Browsing by Author Webb, JK

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11-Apr-2017Avoiding the last supper: parentage analysis indicates multi-generational survival of re-introduced ‘toad-smart’ lineageCremona, T; Spencer, P; Shine, R; Webb, JK
1-Jan-2017The effects of incubation temperature on locomotor performance, growth and survival in hatchling velvet geckosDayananda, B; Penfold, S; Webb, JK
2017Bait preference for remote camera trap studies of the endangered northern quoll (Dasyurus hallucatus)Austin, C; Tuft, K; Ramp, D; Cremona, T; Webb, JK
31-Aug-2016Eliciting conditioned taste aversion in lizards: Live toxic prey are more effective than scent and taste cues aloneWard-Fear, G; Thomas, J; Webb, JK; Pearson, DJ; Shine, R
Oct-2015Territoriality in a snakeWebb, JK; Scott, ML; Whiting, MJ; Shine, R
Mar-2015Predation on invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) by native Australian rodentsCabrera-Guzmán, E; Crossland, MR; Pearson, D; Webb, JK; Shine, R
28-Jan-2015Stemming the tide: progress towards resolving the causes of decline and implementing management responses for the disappearing mammal fauna of northern AustraliaZiembicki, MR; Woinarski, JCZ; Webb, JK; Vanderduys, E; Tuft, K; Smith, J; Ritchie, EG; Reardon, TB; Radford, IJ; Preece, N; Perry, J; Murphy, BP; McGregor, H; Legge, S; Leahy, L; Lawes, MJ; Kanowski, J; Johnson, CN; James, A; Griffiths, AD; Gillespie, G; Frank, ASK; Fisher, A; Burbidge, AA
1-Jan-2015Fire-mediated niche-separation between two sympatric small mammal speciesMowat, EJ; Webb, JK; Crowther, MS
1-Jan-2015Carrion subsidies provided by fishermen increase predation of beach-nesting bird nests by facultative scavengersRees, JD; Webb, JK; Crowther, MS; Letnic, M
1-Jan-2015Restricting access to invasion hubs enables sustained control of an invasive vertebrateLetnic, M; Webb, JK; Jessop, TS; Dempster, T
2015Ravens are a key threat to beach-nesting birdsRees, JD; Webb, JK; Crowther, MS; Letnic, M
Sep-2014Interplay among nocturnal activity, melatonin, corticosterone and performance in the invasive cane toad (Rhinella marinus).Jessop, TS; Dempster, T; Letnic, M; Webb, JK
26-Feb-2014Behavioural flexibility allows an invasive vertebrate to survive in a semi-arid environment.Webb, JK; Letnic, M; Jessop, TS; Dempster, T
1-Jan-2014Artificial water points facilitate the spread of an invasive vertebrate in arid AustraliaLetnic, M; Webb, JK; Jessop, TS; Florance, D; Dempster, T
1-Jan-2014Behavioural responses of reptile predators to invasive cane toads in tropical AustraliaPearson, DJ; Webb, JK; Greenlees, MJ; Phillips, BL; Bedford, GS; Brown, GP; Thomas, J; Shine, R
1-Jan-2014Variation of prey responses to cues from a mesopredator and an apex predatorCremona, T; Crowther, MS; Webb, JK
Jan-2013Movements And Habitat Use Of An Endangered Snake, Hoplocephalus Bungaroides (elapidae): Implications For ConservationCroak, B; Crowther, M; Webb, JK; Shine, R
Jan-2013The Benefits Of Habitat Restoration For Rock-dwelling Velvet Geckos Oedura LesueuriiCroak, B; Webb, JK; Shine, R
Jan-2013Behaviour and survivorship of a dasyurid predator (Antechinus flavipes) in response to encounters with the toxic and invasive cane toad (Rhinella marina)Kamper, W; Webb, JK; Crowther, MS; Greenlees, MJ; Shine, R
Jan-2013Reducing the impact of a toxic invader by inducing taste aversion in an imperilled native reptile predatorPrice-Rees, SJ; Webb, JK; Shine, R