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
1212010
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
952008
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
572007
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
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
412009
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
402010
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
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
332015
Influence of female nutritional status on mating dynamics in a sexually cannibalistic praying mantid
KL Barry
Animal Behaviour 80 (3), 405-411, 2010
332010
Macronutrient intake affects reproduction of a predatory insect
KL Barry, SM Wilder
Oikos 122 (7), 1058-1064, 2013
272013
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
212012
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
102015
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
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
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