Rebecca J Fox
Rebecca J Fox
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Australian National University
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Beyond buying time: the role of plasticity in phenotypic adaptation to rapid environmental change
RJ Fox, JM Donelson, C Schunter, T Ravasi, JD Gaitan-Espitia
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 374 …, 2019
Quantifying herbivory across a coral reef depth gradient
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Marine Ecology Progress Series 339, 49-59, 2007
Remote video bioassays reveal the potential feeding impact of the rabbitfish Siganus canaliculatus (f: Siganidae) on an inner-shelf reef of the Great Barrier Reef
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Coral Reefs 27, 605-615, 2008
Sediments and herbivory as sensitive indicators of coral reef degradation
CHR Goatley, RM Bonaldo, RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Ecology and Society 21 (1), 29, 2016
Unconstrained by the clock? Plasticity of diel activity rhythm in a tropical reef fish, Siganus lineatus
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Functional Ecology 25 (5), 1096-1105, 2011
Performance of remote acoustic receivers within a coral reef habitat: implications for array design
JQ Welsh, RJ Fox, DM Webber, DR Bellwood
Coral reefs 31, 693-702, 2012
Niche partitioning of feeding microhabitats produces a unique function for herbivorous rabbitfishes (Perciformes, Siganidae) on coral reefs
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Coral Reefs 32, 13-23, 2013
Estimating ecosystem function: contrasting roles of closely related herbivorous rabbitfishes (Siganidae) on coral reefs
RJ Fox, TL Sunderland, AS Hoey, DR Bellwood
Marine Ecology Progress Series 385, 261-269, 2009
The effects of male age, sperm age and mating history on ejaculate senescence
R Vega‐Trejo, RJ Fox, M Iglesias‐Carrasco, ML Head, MD Jennions
Functional Ecology 33, 1267-1279, 2019
Direct versus indirect methods of quantifying herbivore grazing impact on a coral reef
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Marine Biology 154, 325-334, 2008
Sexual selection, phenotypic plasticity and female reproductive output
RJ Fox, L Fromhage, MD Jennions
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 374 …, 2019
Herbivores in a small world: network theory highlights vulnerability in the function of herbivory on coral reefs
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Functional Ecology 28, 642-651, 2014
‘Stick with your own kind, or hang with the locals?’ Implications of shoaling strategy for tropical reef fish on a range-expansion frontline
SM Smith, RJ Fox, DJ Booth, JM Donelson
Global Change Biology 24 (4), 1663-1672, 2018
Temperature influences habitat preference of coral reef fishes: Will generalists become more specialised in a warming ocean?
PA Matis, JM Donelson, S Bush, RJ Fox, DJ Booth
Global Change Biology 24 (7), 3158-3169, 2018
Predicting range-shift success potential for tropical marine fishes using external morphology
SM Smith, RJ Fox, JM Donelson, ML Head, D Booth
Biology Letters 12 (9), 20160505, 2016
Environmental change mediates mate choice for an extended phenotype, but not for mate quality
ML Head, RJ Fox, I Barber
Evolution 71 (1), 135-144, 2017
No evidence that male sexual experience increases mating success in a coercive mating system
M Iglesias‐Carrasco, RJ Fox, A Vincent, ML Head, MD Jennions
Animal Behaviour 150, 201-208, 2019
The nature and ecological significance of epifaunal communities within marine ecosystems
YY Chen, GJ Edgar, RJ Fox
Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review 59, 2021
Quantifying the costs of pre- and postcopulatory traits for males: Evidence that costs of ejaculation are minor relative to mating effort
MHJ Chung, MD Jennions, RJ Fox
Evolution Letters 5, 315-327, 2021
An experimental test to separate the effects of male age and mating history on female mate choice
U Aich, T Bonnet, RJ Fox, MD Jennions
Behavioral Ecology 31, 1353-1360, 2020
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