Katherine Barry
Katherine Barry
Behavioural Ecologist and First Year Teaching Co-ordinator
Verified email at mq.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Male mate choice: why sequential choice can make its evolution difficult
KL Barry, H Kokko
Animal Behaviour 80 (1), 163-169, 2010
1142010
Female praying mantids use sexual cannibalism as a foraging strategy to increase fecundity
KL Barry, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Behavioral Ecology 19 (4), 710-715, 2008
882008
Mate location, antennal morphology, and ecology in two praying mantids (Insecta: Mantodea)
GI Holwell, KL Barry, ME Herberstein
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 91 (2), 307-313, 2007
542007
Multimodal mate assessment by male praying mantids in a sexually cannibalistic mating system
KL Barry, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Animal Behaviour 79 (5), 1165-1172, 2010
512010
Examinations of Female Pheromone Use in Two Praying Mantids, Stagmomantis limbata and Tenodera aridifolia sinensis (Mantodea: Mantidae)
MR Maxwell, KL Barry, PM Johns
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 103 (1), 120-127, 2010
392010
Male mating behaviour reduces the risk of sexual cannibalism in an Australian praying mantid
KL Barry, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Journal of Ethology 27 (3), 377-383, 2009
392009
Effects of female feeding regime in a sexually cannibalistic mantid: fecundity, cannibalism, and male response in Stagmomantis limbata (Mantodea)
MR Maxwell, KM Gallego, KL Barry
Ecological Entomology 35 (6), 775-787, 2010
382010
Influence of female nutritional status on mating dynamics in a sexually cannibalistic praying mantid
KL Barry
Animal Behaviour 80 (3), 405-411, 2010
332010
Sexual signals for the colour‐blind: cryptic female mantids signal quality through brightness
KL Barry, TE White, DN Rathnayake, SA Fabricant, ME Herberstein
Functional Ecology 29 (4), 531-539, 2015
292015
Macronutrient intake affects reproduction of a predatory insect
KL Barry, SM Wilder
Oikos 122 (7), 1058-1064, 2013
262013
A paternity advantage for speedy males? Sperm precedence patterns and female re-mating frequencies in a sexually cannibalistic praying mantid
KL Barry, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Evolutionary Ecology 25 (1), 107-119, 2011
232011
Mate location and antennal morphology in the praying mantid Hierodula majuscula
LE Allen, KL Barry, GI Holwell
Australian journal of entomology 51 (2), 133-140, 2012
202012
Perceived risk of sperm competition affects juvenile development and ejaculate expenditure in male praying mantids
LE Allen, KL Barry, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Animal behaviour 82 (5), 1201-1206, 2011
182011
Post-copulation mate guarding in the sexually cannibalistic St Andrew's Cross spider (Araneae Araneidae)
ME Herberstein, KL Barry, MA Turoczy, E Wills, C Youssef, MA Elgar
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 17 (1), 17-26, 2005
182005
You are what you eat: food limitation affects reproductive fitness in a sexually cannibalistic praying mantid
KL Barry
PLoS One 8 (10), e78164, 2013
172013
Sexual deception in a cannibalistic mating system? Testing the Femme Fatale hypothesis
KL Barry
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1800), 20141428, 2015
132015
The functional significance of chiral genitalia: Patterns of asymmetry, functional morphology and mating success in the praying mantis Ciulfina baldersoni
GI Holwell, O Kazakova, F Evans, JC O’Hanlon, KL Barry
PloS one 10 (6), e0128755, 2015
82015
Different paths to sexual size dimorphism in two praying mantids, Pseudomantis albofimbriata and Hierodula majuscula
LE Allen, KL Barry, GI Holwell
Insect science 21 (2), 227-233, 2014
82014
Call recognition in chicks of the Australian brush-turkey (Alectura lathami)
KL Barry, A Göth
Animal cognition 9 (1), 47-54, 2006
72006
The risk of sexual cannibalism and its effect on male approach and mating behaviour in a praying mantid
A Jayaweera, DN Rathnayake, KS Davis, KL Barry
Animal behaviour 110, 113-119, 2015
62015
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20