Carmen da Silva
Carmen da Silva
Macquarie University Research Fellow
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An intertidal fish shows thermal acclimation despite living in a rapidly fluctuating environment
CRB da Silva, C Riginos, RS Wilson
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 189 (3), 385-398, 2019
Climate change and invasive species: a physiological performance comparison of invasive and endemic bees in Fiji
CRB Da Silva, JE Beaman, JB Dorey, SJ Barker, NC Congedi, MC Elmer, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (1), jeb230326, 2021
Current status of the introduced allodapine bee Braunsapis puangensis (Hymenoptera: Apidae) in Fiji
CRB da Silva, SVC Groom, MI Stevens, MP Schwarz
Austral Entomology 55 (1), 43-48, 2016
Oxygen limitation does not drive the decreasing heat tolerance of grasshoppers during development
JP Youngblood, CRB da Silva, MJ Angilletta Jr, JM VandenBrooks
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 92 (6), 567-572, 2019
Casteless sociality in an allodapine bee and evolutionary losses of social hierarchies
CRB da Silva, MI Stevens, MP Schwarz
Insectes Sociaux 63, 67-78, 2016
Potential pollination maintenance by an exotic allodapine bee under climate change scenarios in the Indo‐Pacific region
DP Silva, SVC Groom, CRB Da Silva, MI Stevens, MP Schwarz
Journal of Applied Entomology 141 (1-2), 122-132, 2017
Intertidal gobies acclimate rate of luminance change for background matching with shifts in seasonal temperature
CRB da Silva, CP van den Berg, ND Condon, C Riginos, RS Wilson, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (7), 1735-1746, 2020
The effect of environmental temperature on bee activity at strawberry farms
SK Jaboor, CRB da Silva, V Kellermann
Austral Ecology 47 (7), 1470-1479, 2022
When will a changing climate outpace adaptive evolution?
RA Martin, CRB da Silva, MP Moore, SE Diamond
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 14 (6), e852, 2023
The final frontier: ecological and evolutionary dynamics of a global parasite invasion
NC Chapman, T Colin, J Cook, CRB Da Silva, R Gloag, K Hogendoorn, ...
Biology Letters 19 (5), 20220589, 2023
Vulnerability to climate change increases with trophic level in terrestrial organisms
CRB da Silva, JE Beaman, JP Youngblood, V Kellermann, SE Diamond
Science of the Total Environment 865, 161049, 2023
Rapid larval growth is costly for post-metamorphic thermal performance in a Great Barrier Reef fish
CRB da Silva, RS Wilson, C Riginos
Coral Reefs 38 (5), 895-907, 2019
The impact of popular film on the conservation of iconic species: Anemonefishes in the aquarium trade
CRB da Silva, CM Hoepner, M Mercader, V Laudet, KB da Silva
Evolution, Development and Ecology of Anemonefishes, 223-236, 2022
Sex ratios in a socially parasitic bee and implications for host-parasite interactions
N Shokri Bousjein, M Staines, C Vo, N Puiu, CRB da Silva, J Harrington, ...
Journal of insect behavior 30, 130-137, 2017
How does climate change impact social bees and bee sociality?
MM Ostwald, CRB da Silva, K Seltmann
Authorea Preprints, 2023
Life cycle complexity and body mass drive erratic changes in climate vulnerability across ontogeny in a seasonally migrating butterfly
OA Medina-Báez, A Lenard, RA Muzychuk, CRB da Silva, SE Diamond
Conservation Physiology 11 (1), coad058, 2023
Local climate change velocities explain multidirectional range shifts in a North American butterfly assemblage
CRB da Silva, SE Diamond
bioRxiv, 2023.07. 31.551397, 2023
Physiological traits and their relationships vary along an aridity gradient within and among Fijian bee species
CRB da Silva, JE Beaman, M Tuiwawa, MI Stevens, R Gloag, ...
bioRxiv, 2022.07. 27.501487, 2022
Linking physiology to ecosystem function: how vulnerable are different functional groups to climate change?
CRB da Silva, JE Beaman, JP Youngblood, V Kellermann, SE Diamond
bioRxiv, 2022.06. 07.495062, 2022
Thermal adaptation and acclimation in an intertidal goby (Bathygobius cocosensis)
CRB da Silva
The University of Queensland, 2019
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