NEW PUBLICATION

Ebner, B.C., Millington, M., Holmes, B.J., Wilson, D., Sydes, T., Bickel, T.O., Power, T., Hammer, M., Lach, L., Schaffer, J., Lymbery, A. & Morgan, D.L. (2020). Scoping the biosecurity risks and appropriate management relating to the freshwater ornamental aquarium trade across northern Australia. Centre for Tropical Water and Aquatic Ecosystem Research (TropWATER) Publication 20/17, James Cook University, Cairns.

Books

  1. Beatty, S., Allen, M., Lymbery, A., Storer, T., White, G., Morgan, D. & Ryan, T. (2013). Novel methods for managing freshwater refuges against climate change in southern Australia: Evaluating small barrier removal to improve refuge connectivity: A global review of barrier decommissioning and a process for southern Australia in a drying climate. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, 73 pp. ISBN: 978-1-925039-54-2
  2. Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Keleher, J., Lymbery, A., Close, P., Speldewinde, P., Storer, T. & Kitsios, A. (2013).  Adapting to climate change: A risk assessment and decision making framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels, Supporting Document 4: Environmental variables in the habitats of southwestern Australian freshwater fishes: An approach for setting threshold indicator values. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, 33 pp. ISBN: 978-1-925039-38-2
  3. Boulton, A., Brock, M., Robson, B., Ryder, D., Chambers, J. & Davis, J. (2014). Australian Freshwater Ecology: processes and management., Wiley and Sons.
  4. Chambers, J., Nugent, G., Sommer, B., Speldewinde, P., Neville, S., Beatty, S., Chilcott, S., Eberhard, S., Mitchell, N., D’Souza, F., Barron, O., McFarlane, D., Braimbridge, M., Robson, B., Close, P., Morgan, D., Pinder, A., Froend, R., Horwitz, P., Cook, B. & Davies, P. (2013). Adapting to climate change: a risk assessment and decision making framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels. Development and case studies. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. ISBN: 978-1-925039-22-1
  5. Chambers, J., Nugent, G., Sommer, B., Speldewinde, P., Neville, S., Beatty, S., Chilcott, S., Eberhard, S., Mitchell, N., D’Souza, F., Barron, O., McFarlane, D., Braimbridge, M., Robson, B., Close, P., Morgan, D., Pinder. A., Froend, R., Horwitz, P., Cook, B. & Davies, P. (2013). Adapting to climate change: A risk assessment and decision making framework for managing groundwater dependent ecosystems with declining water levels. Guidelines for use. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, 59 pp. ISBN: 978-1-925039-23-8
  6. Morgan, D.L., Allen, M.G., Beatty, S.J., Ebner, B.C. & Keleher, J.J. (2014). A field guide to the freshwater fishes of Western Australia’s Pilbara Province. Freshwater Fish Group, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.
  7. Morgan, D.L., Beatty, S.J., Klunzinger, M.W., Allen, M.G. & Burnham, Q.F. (2011). A field guide to the freshwater fishes, crayfishes & mussels of south-western Australia. SERCUL, Perth.
  8. Robson, B.J., Chester, E.T., Allen, M., Beatty, S., Chambers, J.M., Close, P., Cook, B., Cummings, C.R., Davies, P.M., Lester, R., Lymbery, A., Matthews,T.G., Morgan, D. & Stock, M. (2013). Novel methods for managing freshwater refuges against climate change in southern Australia. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, 59 pp. ISBN: 978-1-925039-50-4
  9. Shelley, J.J., Morgan, D.L., Hammer, M.P., Le Feuvre, M.C., Moore, G.I., Gomon, M.F., Allen, M.G. & Saunders, T. (2018). A field guide to the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley. Murdoch University Print Production Team, Murdoch, W.A.

Book chapters

  1. Gomon, M.F. & Morgan, D.L. (2018). Family Soleidae, Soles. In Shelley, J.J. Morgan, D.L., Hammer, M.P., Le Feuvre, M.C., Moore, G.I., Gomon, M.F., Allen, M.G. & Saunders, T. (eds). A field guide to the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley. Murdoch University Print Production Team, Murdoch, W.A.
  2. Lymbery, A. J. (2015). Aquatic animals. In: Beveridge, I. & Emery, D. (eds) Australasian Animal Parasites: Inside and Out. Australian Society for Parasitology. pp. 929-981.
  3. Lymbery, A.J. & Walters, J.A. (2014). Helminth–nematode: anisakid nematodes. In: Motarjemi, Y. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Food Safety, Volume 2. Academic Press: Waltham, MA. pp. 78-82.
  4. Moore, G.I., Shelley, J.J. & Morgan, D.L. (2018). Freshwater Teleosts of the Kimberley: Family Anguillidae, Freshwater Eels. In Shelley, J.J. Morgan, D.L., Hammer, M.P., Le Feuvre, M.C., Moore, G.I., Gomon, M.F., Allen, M.G. & Saunders, T. (eds). A field guide to the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley. Murdoch University Print Production Team, Murdoch, W.A.
  5. Morgan, D.L. (2018). Elasmobranchs of the Kimberley: Family Carcharhinidae, Whaler Sharks, Requiem Sharks. In Shelley, J.J. Morgan, D.L., Hammer, M.P., Le Feuvre, M.C., Moore, G.I., Gomon, M.F., Allen, M.G. & Saunders, T.  (eds). A field guide to the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley. Murdoch University Print Production Team, Murdoch, W.A.
  6. Morgan, D.L. (2018). Elasmobranchs of the Kimberley: Family Pristidae, Sawfishes. In Shelley, J.J. Morgan, D.L., Hammer, M.P., Le Feuvre, M.C., Moore, G.I., Gomon, M.F., Allen, M.G. & Saunders, T. (eds). A field guide to the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley. Murdoch University Print Production Team, Murdoch, W.A.
  7. Morgan, D.L. (2018). Elasmobranchs of the Kimberley: Family Dasyatidae, Stingrays. In Shelley, J.J. Morgan, D.L., Hammer, M.P., Le Feuvre, M.C., Moore, G.I., Gomon, M.F., Allen, M.G. & Saunders, T. (eds). A field guide to the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley. Murdoch University Print Production Team, Murdoch, W.A.
  8. Morgan, D.L. & Hammer, M.P. (2018). Family Ambassidae, Glassfishes. In Shelley, J.J. Morgan, D.L., Hammer, M.P., Le Feuvre, M.C., Moore, G.I., Gomon, M.F., Allen, M.G. & Saunders, T.  (eds). A field guide to the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley. Murdoch University Print Production Team, Murdoch, W.A.
  9. Morgan, D.L. (2018). Family Latidae, Giant Perches. In Shelley, J.J. Morgan, D.L., Hammer, M.P., Le Feuvre, M.C., Moore, G.I., Gomon, M.F., Allen, M.G. & Saunders, T. (eds). A field guide to the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley. Murdoch University Print Production Team, Murdoch, W.A.
  10. Potter, I.C., Gill, H.S. & Renaud, C.B. (2014). Petromyzontidae: Lampreys. In M.L. Warren & B.M. Burr (eds). Freshwater fishes of North America. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press. pp. 105-139.
  11. Potter, I.C., Gill, H.S., Renaud, C.B. & Haoucher, D. (2015). The taxonomy, phylogeny, and distribution of lampreys. In M. Docker (ed.). Lampreys: Biology, Conservation and Control Volume 1. Berlin: Springer. pp. 35-73. 

Journal Articles

2021

  1. Benson, J.A., Stewart, B.A., Close, P.G. & Lymbery, A.J. (2021). Freshwater mussels in Mediterranean‐climate regions: Species richness, conservation status, threats, and conservation actions needed. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems.
  2. Byrnes, E.E., Daly, R., Leos-Barajas, V., Langrock, R. & Gleiss, A.C. (2021). Evaluating the constraints governing activity patterns of a coastal marine top predator. Marine Biology 168: 11.
  3. Byrnes, E.E., Lear, K.O., Brewster, L.R., Whitney, N.M., Smukall, M.J., Armstrong, N.J. & Gleiss, A.C. (2021). Accounting for body mass effects in the estimation of field metabolic rates from body acceleration. Journal of Experimental Biology.
  4. Campbell, T.I., Tweedley, J.R., Johnston, D.J. & Loneragan, N.R. (2021). Crab diets differ between adjacent estuaries and habitats within a sheltered marine embayment. Frontiers in Marine Science 8: 564695.
  5. Chabanne, D.B.H., Allen, S.J., Sherwin, W.B., Finn, H. & Krützen, M. (2021). Inconsistency between socio-spatial and genetic structure in a coastal dolphin population. Frontiers in Marine Science 7: 617540.
  6. Christiansen, F., Rodríguez-González, F., Martínez-Aguilar, S., Urbán, J., Swartz, S., Warick, H., Vivier, F. & Bejder, L. (2021). Poor body condition associated with an unusual mortality event in gray whales. Marine Ecology Progress Series 658: 237-252.
  7. Gupta, N., Partridge, G.J., Buller, N.B., Pilmer, L., Currie, A. & Lymbery, A.J. (2021). Genetic diversity of Australian isolates of Photobacterium damselae subsp. damselae is associated with virulence to yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi). Aquaculture 538: 736552.
  8. Hounslow, J.L., Jewell, O.J.D., Fossette, S., Whiting, S., Tucker, A.D., Richardson, A., Edwards, D. & Gleiss, A.C. (2021). Animal‐borne video from a sea turtle reveals novel anti‐predator behaviors. Ecology e03251.
  9. Huveneers, C., Jaine, F.R.A., Barnett, A., Butcher, P.A., Clarke, T.M., Currey-Randall, L.M., Dwyer, R.G., Ferreira, L.C., Gleiss, A.C., Hoenner, X., Ierodiaconou, D., Lédée, E.J.I., Meekan, M.G., Pederson, H., Rizzari, J.R., van Ruth, P.D., Semmens, J.M., Taylor, M.D., Udyawer, V., Walsh, P., Heupel, M.R. and Harcourt, R. (2021). The power of national acoustic tracking networks to assess the impacts of human activity on marine organisms during the COVID-19 pandemic. Biological Conservation 108995.
  10. Laborie, J., Christiansen, F., Beedholm, K., Madsen, P.T. and Heerah, K. (2021) Behavioural impact assessment of unmanned aerial vehicles on Weddell seals (Leptonychotes weddellii). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 536: 151509.
  11. Lear, K.O., Morgan, D.L., Whitty, J.M., Beatty, S.J. & Gleiss, A.C. (2021). Wet season flood magnitude drives resilience to dry season drought of a euryhaline elasmobranch in a dry-land river. Science of the Total Environment 750: 142234.
  12. Magni, P.A., Tingey, E., Armstrong, N.J. & Verduin, J. (2021). Evaluation of barnacle (Crustacea: Cirripedia) colonisation on different fabrics to support the estimation of the time spent in water by human remains. Forensic Science International 318: 110526.
  13. McCluskey, S.M., Sprogis, K.R., London, J.M., Bejder, L. & Loneragan, N.R. (2021). Foraging preferences of an apex marine predator revealed through stomach content and stable isotope analyses. Global Ecology and Conservation 25: e01396.
  14. Norman, B.M., Reynolds, S. & Morgan, D.L. (2021). Three-way symbiotic relationships in whale sharks. Pacific Conservation Biology.
  15. Roberts, B.H., Morrongiello, J.R., Morgan, D.L., King, A.J., Sauders, T.M. and Crook, D.A. (2021). Faster juvenile growth promotes earlier sex change in a protandrous hermaphrodite (barramundi Lates calcarifer). Scientific Reports 11:2276.
  16. Smith, J.N., Kelly, N. & Renner, I.W. (2021). Validation of presence‐only models for conservation planning and the application to whales in a multiple‐use marine park. Ecological Applications 31: e02214.
  17. Storer, T., Bannister, J., Bennett, K., Byrnes. E., Crook, D.A., Morgan, D.L., Gleiss, A. & Beatty, S.J. (2021). Influence of discharge regime on the movement and refuge use of a freshwater fish in a drying temperate region. Ecohydrology 14:e2253.
  18. zu Ermgassen, P.S.E., Mukherjee, N., Worthington, T.A., Acosta, A., da Rocha Araujo, A.R., Beitl, C.M., Castellanos-Galindo, G.A., Cunha-Lignon, M., Dahdouh-Guebas, F., Diele, K., Parrett, C.L., Dwyer, P.G., Gair, J.R., Johnson, A.F., Kuguru, B., Savio Lobo, A., Loneragan, N.R., Longley-Wood, K., Mendonça, J.T., Meynecke, J-O., Mandal, R.N., Munga, C.N., Reguero, B.G., Rönnbäck, P., Thorley, J., Wolff, M. & Spalding, M. (2021). Fishers who rely on mangroves: Modelling and mapping the global intensity of mangrove-associated fisheries. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 248: 107159.

2020

  1. Allen, M.G., Morgan, D.L., Close, P.G., & Beatty, S.J. (2020). Too little but not too late? Biology of a recently discovered and imperiled freshwater fish in a drying temperate region and comparison with sympatric fishes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30: 1412-1423.
  2. Ahmadivand, S., Soltani, M., Shokrpoor, S., Rahmati-Holasoo, H., El-Matbouli, M. & Taheri-Mirghaed, A. (2020). Cyprinid herpesvirus 3 (CyHV-3) transmission and outbreaks in Iran: Detection and characterization in farmed common carp. Microbial Pathogenesis 149: 104321.
  3. Andrzejaczek, S., Gleiss, A.C., Lear, K.O., Pattiaratchi, C., Chapple, T.K. & Meekan, M.G. (2020). Depth-dependent dive kinematics suggest cost-efficient foraging strategies by tiger sharks. Royal Society Open Science 7: 200789.
  4. Armstrong, A.J., Armstrong, A.O., McGregor, F., Richardson, A.J., Bennett, M.B., Townsend, K.A., Hays, G.C., van Keulen, M., Smith, J. & Dudgeon, C.L. (2020). Satellite tagging and photographic identification reveal connectivity between two UNESCO world heritage areas for reef Manta Rays. Frontiers in Marine Science 7: 725.
  5. Barnas, A.F., Chabot, D., Hodgson, A.J., Johnston, D.W., Bird, D.M. & Ellis-Felege, S.N. (2020). A standardized protocol for reporting methods when using drones for wildlife research. Journal of Unmanned Vehicle Systems 8: 89-98.
  6. Beatty, S.J., Ramsay, A., Pinder, A.M. & Morgan, D.L. (2020). Reservoirs act as footholds for an invasive freshwater crayfish. Pacific Conservation Biology 26, 78-83.
  7. Bernal, A., Olivar, M.P. & Beckley, L.E. (2020). Dietary composition of myctophid larvae off Western Australia. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 179: 104841.
  8. Byrnes, E., Lear, K., Morgan, D. & Gleiss, A. (2020). Respirometer in a box: development and use of a portable field respirometer for estimating oxygen consumption of large-bodied fishes. Journal of Fish Biology.
  9. Christiansen, F., Dawson, S.M., Durban, J.W., Fearnbach, H., Miller, C.A., Bejder, L., Uhart, M., Sironi, M., Corkeron, P., Rayment, W., Leunissen, E., Haria, E., Ward, R., Warick, H.A., Kerr, I., Lynn, M.S., Pettis, H.M. & Moore, M.J. (2020). Population comparison of right whale body condition reveals poor state of the North Atlantic right whale. Marine Ecology Progress Series 640: 1-16.
  10. Christiansen, F., Nielsen, M.L.K., Charlton, C., Bejder, L. &Madsen, P.T. (2020). Southern right whales show no behavioral response to low noise levels from a nearby unmanned aerial vehicle. Marine Mammal Science 36: 953-963.
  11. Christiansen, F., Sprogis, K.R., Gross, J., Castrillon, J., Warick, H.A., Leunissen, E. & Bengtson Nash, S. (2020). Response to: Lipid content of whale blubber cannot be measured using biopsies. Journal of Experimental Biology 223: 227850.
  12. Christiansen, F., Sprogis, K.R., Gross, J., Castrillon, J., Warick, H.A., Leunissen, E. & Bengtson Nash, S. (2020). Variation in outer blubber lipid concentration does not reflect morphological body condition in humpback whales. Journal of Experimental Biology 223: 213769.
  13. Clarkson, J., Christiansen, F., Awbery, T., Abbiss, L., Nikpaljevic, N. & Akkaya, A. (2020). Non-targeted tourism affects the behavioural budgets of bottlenose dolphins Tursiops truncatus in the South Adriatic (Montenegro). Marine Ecology Progress Series 638: 165-176.
  14. Cleguer, C., Garrigue, C. & Marsh, H. (2020). Dugong (Dugong dugon) movements and habitat use in a coral reef lagoonal ecosystem. Endangered Species Research 43: 167-181.
  15. Cohen, D.L. and Beckley, L.E. (2020). Diet and prey selectivity of the mesopelagic lanternfish Myctophum asperum from the Perth Canyon, Western Australia. Ichthyological Research.
  16. Cottingham, A., Hall, N.G., Loneragan, N.R., Jenkins, G.I. & Potter, I.C. (2020). Efficacy of restocking an estuarine-resident species demonstrated by long-term monitoring of cultured fish with alizarin complexone-stained otoliths. A case study. Fisheries Research 227: 105556.
  17. Coulson, P.G., Hodgkinson, D.J. & Beckley, L.E. (2020). Age validation and growth of the small-tooth flounder Pseudorhombus jenynsii from estuaries and coastal waters in south-western Australia. Ichthyological Research.
  18. Cromie Lear, M.J., Millard, M., Gleiss, A.C., Dale, J., Dimitrov, M., Peiros, E. & Block, B. (2020). Biomechanical analysis of the Slow-Twitch (Red) muscle force transmission pathways in tunas. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 93: 185-198.
  19. Donaldson, J.A., Drews Jr, P., Bradley, M.J, Morgan, D.L., Baker, R. & Ebner, B.C. (2020). Countering low visibility in video survey of an estuarine fish assemblage. Pacific Conservation Biology 26: 190-200. 
  20. Emery-Butcher, H., Beatty, S. & Robson, B. (2020). The effects of invasive ecosystem engineers on freshwater ecosystems, a review. Freshwater Biology 65: 999-1015.
  21. Erbe, C., Smith, J.N., Redfern, J.V. & Peel, D. (2020). Editorial: Impacts of shipping on marine fauna. Frontiers in Marine Science 7: 637.
  22. Feutry, P., Devloo-Delva, F., Tran Lu Y, A., Mona, S., Gunasekera, R.M., Johnson, G., Pillans, R.D., Jaccoud, D., Kilian, A., Morgan, D.L., Saunders, T., Bax, N., & Kyne, P.M. (2020). One panel to rule them all: DArTcap genotyping for population structure, historical demography, and kinship analyses, and its application to a threatened shark. Molecular Ecology Resources https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.13204
  23. Greenwell, C.N., Dunlop, J.N., Admiraal, R. & Loneragan, N.R. (2020). The secret life of Fairy Terns: Breeding chronology and life history observations of Sternula nereis nereis in south-western Australia. Pacific Conservation Biology.
  24. Halim, A., Loneragan, N.R., Wiryawan, B., Fujita, R., Adhuri, D.S., Hordyk, A.R. & Sondita, M.F.A. (2020). Transforming traditional management into contemporary territorial-based fisheries management rights for small-scale fisheries in Indonesia. Marine Policy 116: 103923.
  25. Halim, A., Loneragan, N.R., Wiryawan, B., Hordyk, A.R., Sondita, M.F.A. & Yulianto, I. (2020). Evaluating data-limited fisheries for grouper (Serranidae) and snapper (Lutjanidae) in the Coral Triangle, eastern Indonesia. Regional Studies in Marine Science 38: 101388.
  26. Hogan-West, K., Coulson, P.G., Tweedley, J.R. & Loneragan, N.R. (2020). Biological characteristics of the non-indigenous Acentrogobius pflaumii (Bleeker 1853) in a warm-temperate estuary, and thus very different from its typical environment. Regional Studies in Marine Science 33.
  27. Hood, R.R., Beckley, L.E., Vialard, J. & Gaye, B. (2020). The Second International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE-2): Motivating new exploration in a poorly understood ocean basin (volume 3). Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 179: 104876.
  28. Hunt, T.N., Allen, S.J., Bejder, L. & Parra, G.J. (2020). Identifying priority habitat for conservation and management of Australian humpback dolphins within a marine protected area. Scientific Reports 10(1): 14366.
  29. Ingelbrecht, J. Miller, T.L., Lymbery, A.J., Maita, M., Torikai, S. & Partridge, G. (2020). Anthelmintic herbal extracts as potential prophylactics or treatments for monogenean infections in cultured yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi).  Aquaculture 520: 744776.
  30. Klunzinger, M.W., Lopes-Lima, M., Gomes-dos-Santos, A., Froufe, E., Lymbery, A.J. & Kirkendale, L. (2020). Phylogeographic study of the West Australian freshwater mussel, Westralunio carteri, uncovers evolutionarily significant units that raise new conservation concerns. Hydrobiologia.
  31. Lear, K.O., Morgan, D.L., Whitty, J.M., Whitney, N.M., Byrnes, E.E., Beatty, S.J. & Gleiss, A.C. (2020). Divergent field metabolic rates highlight the challenges of increasing temperatures and energy limitation in aquatic ectotherms. Oecologia 193: 311-323.
  32. Lintermans, M., Geyle, H.M., Beatty, S., Brown, C., Ebner, B., Freeman, R., Hammer, M., Humphreys, W.F., Kennard, M.J., Kern, P., Martin, K., Morgan, D., Raadik, T.A., Unmack, P.J., Wager, R., Woinarski, J.C.Z. & Garnett, S.T. (2020). Big trouble for little fish: Australian freshwater fish in imminent risk of extinction. Pacific Conservation Biology.
  33. Liu, M., Bejder, L., Lin, M., Zhang, P., Dong, L. & Li, S. (2020). Determining spatial use of the world's second largest humpback dolphin population: Implications for place‐based conservation and management. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30: 364-374.
  34. Lymbery, A.J., Lymbery, S.J. & Beatty, S.J. (2020). Fish out of water: Aquatic parasites in a drying world. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 12: 300-307.
  35. Lymbery, A.J., Ma, L., Lymbery, S.J., Klunzinger, M.W., Beatty, S.J. & Morgan, D.L. (2020). Burrowing behavior protects a threatened freshwater mussel in drying rivers. Hydrobiologia.
  36. Maschette, D., Fromont, J., Platell, M.E., Coulson, P.G., Tweedley, J.R. & Potter, I.C. (2020). Characteristics and implications of spongivory in the Knifejaw Oplegnathus woodwardi (Waite) in temperate mesophotic waters. Journal of Sea Research 157: 101847.
  37. McCosker, E., Davies, C.H. & Beckley, L.E. (2020). Oceanographic influence on coastal zooplankton assemblages at three IMOS National Reference Stations in Western Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research.
  38. Moazenzadeh, K., Rajabi Islami, H., Zamini, A. & Soltani, M. (2020). Effect of dietary inorganic copper on growth performance and some hematological indices of Siberian Sturgeon Acipenser baerii North American Journal of Aquaculture 82: 200-207.
  39. Nicol, C., Bejder, L., Green, L., Johnson, C., Keeling, L., Noren, D., Van der Hoop, J. & Simmonds, M. (2020). Anthropogenic threats to wild cetacean welfare and a tool to inform policy in this area. Frontiers in Veterinary Science 7: 57.
  40. Obregón, C., Admiraal, R., van Putten, I., Hughes, M., Tweedley, J.R. & Loneragan, N.R. (2020). Who you speak to matters: Information sharing and the management of a small-scale fishery. Frontiers in Marine Science 7: 578014.
  41. Paton, K.R., Cake, M.H., Bird, D.J. & Potter, I.C. (2020). Descriptions of spawning of the pouched lamprey (Geotria australis) in tanks and of morphological changes leading up to and following spawning. Pacific Conservation Biology 26: 301-307.
  42. Paton, K.R., Cake, M.H. & Potter, I.C. (2020). Lipid and protein catabolism contribute to aerobic metabolic responses to exhaustive exercise during the protracted spawning run of the lamprey Geotria australis. Journal of Comparative Physiology B 190: 35-47.
  43. Pember, B.M., Chaplin, J.A., Loneragan, N.R. & Braccini, M. (2020). Population genetic structure of Indo-West Pacific carcharhinid sharks: what do we know and where to from here? Pacific Conservation Biology.
  44. Rose, T.H., Tweedley, J.R., Warwick, R.M. & Potter, I.C. (2020). Influences of microtidal regime and eutrophication on estuarine zooplankton. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 238: 106689.
  45. Santoro, A., Chambers, J.M., Robson, B.J. & Beatty, S.J. (2020). Land use surrounding wetlands influences urban populations of a freshwater turtle. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30: 1050-1060.
  46. Senigaglia, V., Christiansen, F., Sprogis, K.R., Symons, J. & Bejder, L. (2020). Author Correction: Food-provisioning negatively affects calf survival and female reproductive success in bottlenose dolphins. Scientific Reports 10: 18813.
  47. Shawky, A.M., Christiansen, F. & Ormond, R. (2020). Effects of swim‐with‐dolphin tourism on the behaviour of spinner dolphins, at Samadai Reef in the Egyptian Red Sea. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30: 1373-1384.
  48. Smith, J.N., Kelly, N., Childerhouse, S., Redfern, J.V., Moore, T.J. & Peel, D. (2020). Quantifying ship strike risk to breeding whales in a multiple-use marine park: The Great Barrier Reef. Frontiers in Marine Science 7: 67.
  49. Sprogis, K.R., Bejder, L., Hanf, D. & Christiansen, F. (2020). Behavioural responses of migrating humpback whales to swim-with-whale activities in the Ningaloo Marine Park, Western Australia. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 522.
  50. von Ammon, U., Jeffs, A., Zaiko, A., van der Reis, A., Goodwin, D., Beckley, L.E., Malpot, E. & Pochon, X. (2020). A portable cruising speed net: Expanding global collection of sea surface plankton data. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7: 615458.
  51. Warrington, R.E., Davies, W.I.L., Hemmi, J.M., Hart, N.S., Potter, I.C., Collin, S.P. & Hunt, D.M. (2020). Visual opsin expression and morphological characterization of retinal photoreceptors in the pouched lamprey (Geotria australis, Gray). Journal of Comparative Neurology.
  52. Warwick, R.M., Hourston, M., Tweedley, J.R. & Potter, I.C. (2020). The contrasting ecology of free-living nematodes in macrotidal and microtidal estuaries. Estuaries and Coasts 44: 214-228.
  53. Wiener, C., Bejder, L., Johnston, D., Fawcett, L. & Wilkinson, P. (2020). Cashing in on spinners: Revenue estimates of wild Dolphin-Swim tourism in the Hawaiian Islands. Frontiers in Marine Science 7: 660.
  54. Williams, J., Cottingham, A., Denham, A., Hall, N.G. & Potter, I.C. (2020). Relationship between spawning and egg and larval stages of a unique estuarine-resident species and environmental variables and prey. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 246: 107039.
  55. Wiryawan, B., Loneragan, N., Mardhiah, U., Kleinertz, S., Wahyuningrum, P.I., Pingkan, J., Wildan, Timur, P.S., Duggan, D. & Yulianto, I. (2020). Catch per unit effort dynamic of Yellowfin Tuna related to sea surface temperature and chlorophyll in southern Indonesia. Fishes 5: 28.
  56. zu Ermgassen, P.S.E., Mukherjee, N., Worthington, T.A., Acosta, A., da Rocha Araujo, A.R., Beitl, C.M., Castellanos-Galindo, G.A., Cunha-Lignon, M., Dahdouh-Guebas, F., Diele, K., Parrett, C.L., Dwyer, P.G., Gair, J.R., Johnson, A.F., Kuguru, B., Savio Lobo, A., Loneragan, N.R., Longley-Wood, K., Mendonça, J.T., Meynecke, J-O, Mandal, R.N., Munga, C.N., Reguero, B.G., Rönnbäck, P., Thorley, J., Wolff, M. & Spalding, M. (2020) Fishers who rely on mangroves: Modelling and mapping the global intensity of mangrove-associated fisheries. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 106975.

2019

  1. Andrzejaczek, S., Gleiss, A.C., Lear, K.O., Pattiaratchi, C.B., Chapple, T.K. and Meekan, M.G. (2019). Biologging tags reveal links between fine-scale horizontal and vertical movement behaviors in tiger sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier). Frontiers in Marine Science 6: 229.
  2. Beatty, S.J. & Morgan, D.L. (2019). A “cray-zy” dam solution for an iconic species. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17: 184.
  3. Benson, J.A., Close, P.G., Stewart, B.A. & Lymbery, A.J. (2019). Freshwater tributaries provide refuge and recolonization opportunities for mussels following salinity reversal. Science of The Total Environment 683: 231-239.
  4. Bejder, L., Videsen, S., Hermannsen, L., Simon, M., Hanf, D. & Madsen, P.T. (2019). Low energy expenditure and resting behaviour of humpback whale mother-calf pairs highlights conservation importance of sheltered breeding areas. Scientific Reports 9: 771.
  5. Carey, N., Cross, A.T., Barrett, M.D. & Robson, B.J. (2019). Do active‐dispersing insects dominate the invertebrate fauna of rock pools in the wet–dry tropics, Kimberley, Australia? Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29: 1175-1189.
  6. Chan, F.T., Beatty, S.J., Gilles, A.S.Jr., Hill, J.E., Kozic, S., Luo, D., Morgan, D.L., Pavia, R.T.B.Jr., Therriault, T.W., Verreycken, H., Vilizzi, L., Wei, H., Yeo, D.C.J., Zeng, Y., Zięba, G. & Copp, G.H. (2019). Leaving the fish bowl: the ornamental trade as a global vector for freshwater fish invasions. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 22: 417-439.
  7. Christiansen, F., Sironi, M., Moore, M.J., Di Martino, M., Ricciardi, M., Warick, H.A., Irschick, D.J., Gutierrez, R., Uhart, M.M. & Iossa, G. (2019). Estimating body mass of free‐living whales using aerial photogrammetry and 3D volumetrics. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10: 2034-2044.
  8. Dutton, P.H., Komoroske, L., Bejder, L. & Meekan, M. (2019). Editorial: Integrating emerging technologies into marine megafauna conservation management. Frontiers in Marine Science 6: 693.
  9. Germanov, E.S., Bejder, L., Chabanne, D.B.H., Dharmadi, D., Hendrawan, I.G., Marshall, A.D., Pierce, S.J., van Keulen, M. & Loneragan, N.R. (2019). Contrasting habitat use and population dynamics of reef manta rays within the Nusa Penida marine protected area, Indonesia. Frontiers in Marine Science 6: 215.
  10. Germanov, E.S., Marshall, A.D., Hendrawan, I.G., Admiraal, R., Rohner, C.A., Argeswara, J., Wulandari, R., Himawan, M.R. & Loneragan, N.R. (2019). Microplastics on the menu: Plastics pollute Indonesian Manta Ray and Whale Shark feeding grounds. Frontiers in Marine Science 6: 679.
  11. Gholipourkanani, H., Buller, N. & Lymbery, A. (2019). In vitro antibacterial activity of four nano‐encapsulated herbal essential oils against three bacterial fish pathogens. Aquaculture Research 50: 871-875.
  12. Gleiss, A.C., Dale, J.J., Klinger, D.H., Estess, E.E., Gardner, L.D., Machado, B., Norton, A.G., Farwell, C. & Block, B.A. (2019). Temperature dependent pre- and postprandial activity in Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus orientalis). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 231: 131-139.
  13. Gleiss, A.C., Schallert, R.J., Dale, J.J., Wilson, S.G. & Block, B.A. (2019). Direct measurement of swimming and diving kinematics of giant Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus). Royal Society Open Science 6.
  14. Greenwell, C.N., Calver, M.C. & Loneragan, N.R. (2019). Cat Gets Its Tern: A case study of predation on a threatened coastal seabird. Animals 9: 445.
  15. Greenwell, C.N., Dunlop, J.N. & Loneragan, N.R. (2019). Nest desertion: An anti-predator strategy of the Australian Fairy Tern Sternula nereis nereis. Marine Ornithology 47: 193-197.
  16. Greenwell, C.N., Loneragan, N.R., Admiraal, R., Tweedley, J.R. & Wall, M. (2019). Octopus as predators of abalone on a sea ranch. Fisheries Management and Ecology 26: 108-118.
  17. Greenwell, C.N., Loneragan, N.R., Tweedley, J.R. & Wall, M. (2019). Diet and trophic role of octopus on an abalone sea ranch. Fisheries Management and Ecology 26: 638-649.
  18. Hood, R.R. & Beckley, L.E. (2019). The Second International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE-2): Motivating New Exploration in a Poorly Understood Ocean Basin (Volume 1). Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 161: 2-4.
  19. Hood, R.R., Beckley, L.E. & Vialard, J. (2019). The second International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE-2): Motivating new exploration in a poorly understood ocean basin (volume 2). Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 166: 3-5.
  20. Hounslow, J.L., Brewster, L.R., Lear, K.O., Guttridge, T.L., Daly, R., Whitney, N.M., & Gleiss, A.C. (2019). Assessing the effects of sampling frequency on behavioural classification of accelerometer data. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 512: 22-30.
  21. Jewell, O.J.D., Gleiss, A.C., Jorgensen, S.J., Andrzejaczek, S., Moxley, J.H., Beatty, S.J., Wikelski, M., Block, B.A. & Chapple, T.K. (2019). Cryptic habitat use of white sharks in kelp forest revealed by animal-borne video. Biology Letters 15: 20190085.
  22. Lear, K.O., Gleiss, A.C., Whitty, J.M., Fazeldean, T., Albert, J., Green, N., Ebner, B.C., Thorburn, D.C., Beatty, S.J. & Morgan, D.L. (2019). Recruitment of a critically endangered sawfish into a riverine nursery is dependent on natural flow regimes. Scientific Reports 9: 17071.
  23. Lear, K.O., Poulakis, G.R., Scharer, R.M., Gleiss, A.C. & Whitney, N.M. (2019). Fine-scale behavior and habitat use of the endangered smalltooth sawfish (Pristis pectinata): insights from accelerometry. Fishery Bulletin 117: 348-359.
  24. Lear, K.O., Whitney, N.M., Morgan, D.L., Brewster, L.R., Whitty, J.M., Poulakis, G.R., Scharer, R.M., Guttridge, T.L. & Gleiss, A.C. (2019). Thermal performance responses in free-ranging elasmobranchs depend on habitat use and body size. Oecologia 191: 829-842.
  25. Loneragan, N., Denham, A., Johnston, D., Hesp, S.A., Marks, R. & Juanes, F. (2019). Temporal changes in the growth of a crustacean species, Portunus armatus, in a temperate marine embayment: Evidence of density dependence. ICES Journal of Marine Science 77: 773-790.
  26. Loneragan, N.R., Taylor, M.D. & Tweedley, J.R. (2019). A drop in the ocean: marine fish releases in Australia. Austral Ecology 44: 545-551.
  27. Manlik, O., Chabanne, D., Daniel, C., Bejder, L., Allen, S.J. & Sherwin, W.B. (2019). Demography and genetics suggest reversal of dolphin source-sink dynamics, with implications for conservation. Marine Mammal Science 35: 732-759.
  28. Manlik, O., Krützen, M., Kopps, A.M., Mann, J., Bejder, L., Allen, S.J., Frère, C., Connor, R.C. & Sherwin, W.B. (2019). Is MHC diversity a better marker for conservation than neutral genetic diversity? A case study of two contrasting dolphin populations. Ecology and Evolution 9: 6986-6998.
  29. McGregor, F., Richardson, A.J., Armstrong, A.J., Armstrong, A.O. & Dudgeon, C.L. (2019). Rapid wound healing in a reef manta ray masks the extent of vessel strike. PLoS ONE 14(12): e0225681.
  30. Nielsen, M.L.K., Bejder, L., Videsen, S.K.A., Christiansen, F. & Madsen, P.T. (2019). Acoustic crypsis in southern right whale mother–calf pairs: infrequent, low-output calls to avoid predation? Journal of Experimental Biology 222: 190728.
  31. Obregón, C., Hughes, M., Loneragan, N.R., Poulton, S.J. & Tweedley, J.R. (2019). A two-phase approach to elicit and measure beliefs on management strategies: Fishers supportive and aware of trade-offs associated with stock enhancement. Ambio 49: 640-649.
  32. Obregón, C., Tweedley, J.R., Loneragan, N.R. & Hughes, M. (2019) Different but not opposed: Perceptions between fishing sectors on the status and management of a crab fishery. ICES Journal of Marine Science 77: 2354-2368.
  33. Raudino, H.C., Tyne, J.A., Smith, A., Ottewell, K., McArthur, S., Kopps, A.M., Chabanne, D., Harcourt, R.G., Pirotta, V. & Waples, K. (2019). Challenges of collecting blow from small cetaceans. Ecosphere 10: e02901.
  34. Roberts, B.H., Morrongiello, J.R., King, A.J., Morgan, D. Saunders, T.M., Woodhead, J. & Crook, D.A. (2019). Migration to freshwater increases growth rates in a facultatively catadromous tropical fish. Oceologia 191: 253-260.
  35. Rose, T.H., Tweedley, J.R., Warwick, R.M. & Potter, I.C. (2019). Zooplankton dynamics in a highly eutrophic microtidal estuary. Marine Pollution Bulletin 142: 433-451.
  36. Senigaglia, V., Christiansen, F., Sprogis, K.R., Symons, J. & Bejder, L. (2019). Food-provisioning negatively affects calf survival and female reproductive success in bottlenose dolphins. Scientific Reports 9: 8981.
  37. Soltani, M., Ghosh, K., Hoseinifar, S.H., Kumar, V.,Lymbery, A.J., Roy, S. & Ringø, E. (2019). Genus bacillus, promising probiotics in aquaculture: Aquatic animal origin, bio-active components, bioremediation and efficacy in fish and shellfish. Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 27: 331-379.
  38. Soltani, M., Lymbery, A., Kyu Song, S. & Hosseini Shekarabi, P. (2019). Adjuvant effects of medicinal herbs and probiotics for fish vaccines. Reviews in Aquaculture 11: 1325-1341.
  39. Stacey, N., Gibson, E., Loneragan, N.R., Warren, C., Wiryawan, B., Adhuri, D. & Fitriana, R. (2019). Enhancing coastal livelihoods in Indonesia: an evaluation of recent initiatives on gender, women and sustainable livelihoods in small-scale fisheries. Maritime Studies 18: 359-371.
  40. Taylor, M.D. & Loneragan, N.R. (2019). Catchment-derived stressors, recruitment, and fisheries productivity in an exploited penaeid shrimp. Regional Studies in Marine Science 29: 100628.
  41. van Aswegen, M., Christiansen, F., Symons, J., Mann, J., Nicholson, K., Sprogis, K. & Bejder, L. (2019). Morphological differences between coastal bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops aduncus) populations identified using non-invasive stereo-laser photogrammetry. Scientific Reports 9: 12235.
  42. Waite, A.M., Raes, E., Beckley, L.E., Thompson, P.A., Griffin, D., Saunders, M., Säwström, C., O'Rorke, R., Wang, M., Landrum, J.P. & Jeffs, A. (2019). Production and ecosystem structure in cold‐core vs. warm‐core eddies: Implications for the zooplankton isoscape and rock lobster larvae. Limnology and Oceanography 64: 2405-2423.
  43. Wu, Z., Tweedley, J.R., Loneragan, N.R. & Zhang, X. (2019). Artificial reefs can mimic natural habitats for fish and macroinvertebrates in temperate coastal waters of the Yellow Sea. Ecological Engineering 139.

2018


  1. Andrzejaczek, S., Gleiss, A.C., Jordan, L.K.B., Pattiaratchi, C.B., Howey, L.A., Brooks, E.J. & Meekan, M.G. (2018) Temperature and the vertical movements of oceanic whitetip sharks, Carcharhinus longimanus. Scientific Reports 8: 8351.
  2. Beatty, S.J., Tweedley, J.R., Cottingham, A., Ryan, T., Williams, J., Lynch, K. & Morgan, D.L. (2018). Entrapment of an estuarine fish associated with a coastal surge barrier can increase the risk of mass mortalities. Ecological Engineering 122: 229-240.
  3. Beckley, L.E., Holliday, D., Sutton, A.L., Weller, E., Olivar, M.P. & Thompson, P.A. (2018). Structuring of larval fish assemblages along a coastal-oceanic gradient in the macro-tidal, tropical eastern Indian Ocean. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 161: 105-119.
  4. Christiansen, F., Vivier, F., Charlton, C., Ward, R., Amerson, A., Burnell, S. & Bejder, L. (2018). Maternal body size and condition determine calf growth rates in southern right whales. Marine Ecology Progress Series 592: 267-281.
  5. Cottingham, A., Huang, P., Hipsey, M.R., Hall, N.G., Ashworth, E., Williams, J. & Potter, I.C. (2018). Growth, condition, and maturity schedules of an estuarine fish species change in estuaries following increased hypoxia due to climate change. Ecology and Evolution 8: 7111-7130.
  6. Crisp, J.A., Loneragan, N.R., Tweedley, J.R., D’Souza, F.M.L. & Poh, B. (2018). Environmental factors influencing the reproduction of an estuarine penaeid population and implications for management. Fisheries Management and Ecology 25: 203-219.
  7. Di Clemente, J., Christiansen, F., Pirotta, E., Steckler, D., Wahlberg, M. & Pearson, H.C. (2018). Effects of whale watching on the activity budgets of humpback whales, Megaptera novaeangliae (Borowski, 1781), on a feeding ground. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 28: 810-820.
  8. Florisson, J.H., Tweedley, J.R., Walker, T.H.E. & Chaplin, J.A. (2018). Reef vision: A citizen science program for monitoring the fish faunas of artificial reefs. Fisheries Research 206: 296-308.
  9. García-Díaz, P., Kerezsy, A., Unmack, P.J., Lintermans, M., Beatty, S.J., Butler, G.L., Freeman, R., Hammer, M.P., Hardie, S., Kennard, M.J., Morgan, D.L., Pusey, B.J., Raadik, T.A., Thieme, J.D., Whiterod, N., Cassey, P. & Duncan, R.P. (2018). Transport pathways shape the biogeography of alien freshwater fishes in Australia. Diversity and Distributions 24: 1405-1415.
  10. Germanov, E.S., Marshall, A.D., Bejder, L., Fossi, M.C. & Loneragan, N.R. (2018). Microplastics: No small problem for filter-feeding megafauna. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 33: 227-232.
  11. Greenwell, C.N., Coulson, P.G., Tweedley, J.R. & Loneragan, N.R. (2018). Regional differences in the feeding of the ambush predator Neosebastes pandus and comparisons of diets in the Scorpaenidae, Triglidae and Platycephalidae. Journal of Fish Biology 93: 95-109.
  12. Halim, A., Wiryawan, B., Loneragan, N.R., Hordyk, A., Sondita, M.F.A., White, A.T., Koeshendrajana, S., Ruchimat, T., Pomeroy, R.S. & Yuni, C. (2018). Developing a functional definition of small-scale fisheries in support of marine capture fisheries management in Indonesia. Marine Policy 100: 238-248.
  13. Hoeksema, S.D., Chuwen, B.M., Tweedley, J.R. & Potter, I.C. (2018). Factors influencing marked variations in the frequency and timing of bar breaching and salinity and oxygen regimes among normally-closed estuaries. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 208: 205-218.
  14. Kelly, E., Barbosa, A.D., Gibson-Kueh, S. & Lymbery, A.J. (2018). Haematozoa of wild catfishes in northern Australia. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 7: 12-17.
  15. Kelly, E., Gibson-Kueh, S., Morgan, D.L., Ebner, B. C., Donaldson, J., Buller, N., Crook, D., Brooks, S., Davis, A., Hair, S. & Lymbery, A.J. (2018). First detection of Edwardsiella ictaluri (Proteobacteria: Enterobacteriaceae) in wild Australian catfish. Journal of Fish Diseases 41: 199-208.
  16. Krützen, M., Chiang, T., Beasley, I., Ackermann, C.Y., Lieckfeldt, D., Ludwig, A., Ryan, G.E., Bejder, L., Parra, G.J., Wolfensberger, R. & Spencer, P.B.S. (2018). Demographic collapse and low genetic diversity of the Irrawaddy dolphin population inhabiting the Mekong River. PloS ONE 13: e0189200.
  17. Landry, M.R., Beckley, L.E., Muhling, B.A. & Robert, D. (2018). Climate sensitivities and uncertainties in food-web pathways supporting larval bluefin tuna in subtropical oligotrophic oceans. ICES Journal of Marine Science 76: 359-369.
  18. Lear, K.O., Gleiss, A.C. & Whitney, N.M. (2018). Metabolic rates and the energetic cost of external tag attachment in juvenile blacktip sharks Carcharhinus limbatus. Journal of Fish Biology 93: 391-395.
  19. Lear, K.O., Whitney, N.M., Brewster, L.R. & Gleiss, A.C. (2018). Treading water: Respirometer choice may hamper comparative studies of energetics in fishes. Marine and Freshwater Research 70: 437-448.
  20. Lek, E., Platell, M.E., Fairclough, D.V., Hall, N.G. & Potter, I.C. (2018). Diets of reef-dwelling labrids (Choerodon species) vary with body size, season and habitat: influence of foraging ability, specialization and opportunism. Journal of Fish Biology 92: 901-928.
  21. Mohammadi, Maryam, Soltani, M., Siahpoosh, Ali, Hosseini Shekarabi, S.P., Shamsaie Mehrgan, M. & Lymbery, A. (2018). Effect of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera) seed extract as a dietary supplementation on growth performance immunological haematological biochemical parameters of common carp. Aquaculture Research 49: 2903-2912.
  22. Nyegaard, M., Loneragan, N., Hall, S., Andrews, J., Sawai, E. & Nyegaard, M. (2018). Giant jelly eaters on the line: Species distribution and bycatch of three dominant sunfishes in the Southwest Pacific. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 207: 1-15.
  23. Partridge, G.J., Rao, S., Woolley, L., Pilmer, L., Lymbery, A.J. & Prestidge, C.A. (2018). Bioavailability and palatability of praziquantel incorporated into solid-lipid nanoparticles fed to yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology 218: 14-20.
  24. Plenty, S.J., Tweedley, J.R., Bird, D.J., Newton, L., Warwick, R.M., Henderson, P.A., Hall, N.G. & Potter, I.C. (2018). Long-term annual and monthly changes in mysids and caridean decapods in a macrotidal estuarine environment in relation to climate change and pollution. Journal of Sea Research 137: 35-46.
  25. Poh, B., Tweedley, J.R., Chaplin, J.A., Trayler, K.M., Crisp, J.A. and Loneragan, N.R. (2018) Influence of physico-chemical and biotic factors on the distribution of a penaeid in a temperate estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 218: 70-85.
  26. Poh, B., Tweedley, J.R., Chaplin, J.A., Trayler, K.M. & Loneragan, N.R. (2018). Estimating predation rates of restocked individuals: The influence of timing-of-release on metapenaeid survival. Fisheries Research 198: 165-149.
  27. Smith, J.A., Miskiewicz, A.G., Beckley, L.E., Everett, J.D., Garcia, V., Gray, C.A., Holliday, D., Jordan, A.R., Keane, J., Lara-Lopez, A., Leis, J.M., Matis, P.A., Muhling, B.A., Neira, F.J., Richardson, A.J., Smith, K.A., Swadling, K.M., Syahailatua, A., Taylor, M.D., van Ruth, P.D., Ward, T.M. & Suthers, I.M. (2018). A database of marine larval fish assemblages in Australian temperate and subtropical waters. Scientific Data 5: 180207.
  28. Soltani, M., Badzohreh, G., Mirzargar, S., Farhangi, M., Shekarabi, P.H. & Lymbery, A. (2018). Growth behavior and fatty acid production of probiotics, Pediococcus acidilactici and Lactococcus lactis, at different concentrations of fructooligosaccharide: studies validating clinical efficacy of selected synbiotics on growth performance of caspian roach (Rutilus frisii kutum) fry. Probiotics and Antimicrobial Proteins 11: 765-773.
  29. Sprogis, K.R., Christiansen, F., Raudino, H.C., Kobryn, H.T., Wells, R.S. & Bejder, L. (2018). Sex-specific differences in the seasonal habitat use of a coastal dolphin population. Biodiversity and Conservation 27: 3637-3656.
  30. Sprogis, K.R., King, C., Bejder, L. & Loneragan, N.R. (2018). Frequency and temporal trends of shark predation attempts on bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) in temperate Australian waters. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 508: 35-43.
  31. Symons, J., Sprogis, K.R. & Bejder, L. (2018). Implications of survey effort on estimating demographic parameters of a long-lived marine top predator. Ecology and Evolution 8: 10470-10481.
  32. Travers, M.J., Clarke, K.R., Newman, S.J., Hall, N.G. & Potter, I.C. (2018). To what extents are species richness and abundance of reef fishes along a tropical coast related to latitude and other factors? Continental Shelf Research 167: 99-110.
  33. Tyne, J.A., Christiansen, F., Heenehan, H.L., Johnston, D.W. and Bejder, L. (2018). Chronic exposure of Hawaii Island spinner dolphins (Stenella longirostris) to human activities. Royal Society Open Science 5: 171506.
  34. Valesini, F.J., Wildsmith, M.D. & Tweedley, J.R. (2018). Predicting estuarine faunal assemblages using enduring environmental surrogates, with applications in systematic conservation planning. Ocean & Coastal Management 165: 80-98.
  35. Warwick, R.M., Tweedley, J.R. & Potter, I.C. (2018). Microtidal estuaries warrant special management measures that recognise their critical vulnerability to pollution and climate change. Marine Pollution Bulletin 135: 41-46.
  36. Wu, Z., Zhang, X., Dromard, C.R., Tweedley, J.R. & Loneragan, N.R. (2018). Partitioning of food resources among three sympatric scorpionfish (Scorpaeniformes) in coastal waters of the northern Yellow Sea. Hydrobiologia 826: 331-351.

2017

  1. Allen, S.J., Pollock, K., Bouchet, P., Kobryn, H., McElligott, D., Nicholson, K., Smith, J. and Loneragan, N. 2017. Preliminary estimates of the abundance and fidelity of dolphins associating with a demersal trawl fishery. Scientific Reports. 7: 4995. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-05189-0
  2. Bas, A.A., Christiansen, F., Öztürk, A.A., Öztürk, B. and McIntosh, C. 2017. The effects of marine traffic on the behaviour of Black Sea harbour porpoises (Phocoena phocoena relicta) within the Istanbul Strait, Turkey, and its conservation implications. PLoS One 12(3) : e0172970
  3. Beatty, S., Allen, M., Lymbery, A., Jordaan, M.S., Morgan, D., Impson, D., Marr, S., Ebner, B. & Weyl, O.L.F. (2017). Rethinking refuges: Implications of climate change for dam busting. Biological Conservation 209: 188-195. [Link]
  4. Beatty, S.J., Allen, M.G., Whitty, J.M., Lymbery, A.J., Keleher, J.J., Tweedley, J.R., Ebner, B.C. and Morgan, D.L. (2017). First evidence of spawning migration by goldfish (Carassius auratus); implications for control of a globally invasive species. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 26: 444-455[Link]
  5. Beatty, S. J. & Morgan, D. L. (2017). Rapid proliferation of an endemic galaxiid following  removal of an alien piscivore (Perca fluviatilis) from a reservoir. Journal of Fish Biology 90: 1090-1097. [Link]
  6. Bossley, M., Steiner, A., Rankin, R.W. and Bejder, L. 2017. A long-term study of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) in an Australian industrial estuary: increased sightings associated with environmental improvements. Marine Mammal Science. 33: 277-290.
  7. Bradney, D.R., Davidson, A., Evans, S.P., Wueringer, B.E., Morgan, D.L. & Clausen, P.D. (2017). Sawfishes stealth revealed using computational fluid dynamics. Journal of Fish Biology 90: 1584-1596[Link]
  8. Chabanne, D., Pollock, K. H,Finn, H. and Bejder, L. 2017. Applying the Multistate Capture-recapture Robust Design to characterize metapopulation structure. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12792
  9. Chabanne, D., Finn, H. and Bejder, L. 2017. Identifying the relevant local population for environmental impact assessments of a mobile marine fauna. Frontiers in Marine Science. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2017.00148
  10. Christiansen, F., Esteban, N., Mortimer, J.A., Dujon, A.M. and Hays, G.C. 2017. Diel and seasonal patterns in activity and home range size of green turtles on their foraging grounds revealed by extended Fastloc-GPS tracking. Marine Biology.
  11. Estess, E.E., Klinger, D.H., Coffey, D.M., Gleiss, A.C., Rowbotham, I., Seitz, A.C., Rodriguez, L., Norton, L., Block, B. & Farwell, C. (2017). Bioenergetics of captive yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares). Aquaculture 468: 71-79. [Link]
  12. Gleiss, A.C. (2017). New technology highlights the importance of scale in the foraging behaviour of a pelagic predator. Functional Ecology 31: 2840-285. [Link]
  13. Gleiss, A.C., Morgan, D.L., Whitty, J.M., Keleher, J.J., Fossette, S. & Hayes, G.C. (2017). Are vertical migrations driven by circadian behaviour? Decoupling of activity and depth-use in a large riverine elasmobranch, the freshwater sawfish (Pristis pristis). Hydrobiologia 787: 181-191. [Link]
  14. Heenehan, H.L., Van Parijs, S.M. Bejder, L., Tyne, J. and Johnston, D.W. 2017. Using acoustics to prioritize management decisions to protect coastal dolphins: a case study using Hawaiian spinner dolphins. Marine Policy 75: 84-90.
  15. Heenehan, H., Van Parijs, S.M. Bejder, L., Tyne, J.A. and Johnston, D. 2017. Differential effects of human activity on Hawaiian spinner dolphins in their resting bays. Global Ecology and Conservation. 10: 60-69.
  16. Hodgson, A., D. Peel, and N. Kelly. 2017. Unmanned aerial vehicles for surveying marine fauna: assessing detection probability. Ecological Applications. doi: 10.1002/eap.1519
  17. Kelly, E. & Gibson-Kueh, S. (2017). Renal mucous production in Australian freshwater plotosid and ariid catfishes. Journal of Fish Biology 90: 435-442.  [Link]
  18. Kelly, E., Gibson-Kueh, S., Morgan, D.L., Ebner, B. C., Donaldson, J., Buller, N., Crook, D., Brooks, S., Davis, A., Hair, S. & Lymbery, A.J. (2017). First detection of Edwardsiella ictaluri in wild Australian catfish. Journal of Fish Diseases [Link]
  19. Lear, K.O., Whitney, N.M., Brewster, L.R., Morris, J.J., Hueter, R.E., & Gleiss, A.C. (2017). Correlations of metabolic rate and body acceleration in three species of coastal sharks under contrasting temperature regimes. Journal of Experimental Biology 220: 397-407. [Link]
  20. Morgan, D.L., Ebner, B.C., Allen, M.G., Gleiss, A.C., Beatty, S.J. & Whitty, J.M. (2017). Habitat use and site fidelity of neonate and juvenile green sawfish Pristis zijsron in a nursery area in Western Australia. Endangered Species Research 34: 235-249
  21. Morgan, D.L., Somaweera, R., Gleiss, A.C., Beatty, S.J. & Whitty, J.M. (2017). An upstream migration fought with danger: freshwater sawfish fending off sharks and crocodiles. Ecology 98: 1465-1467. [Link]
  22. Partridge, G.J., Burge, T. & Lymbery, A.J. (2017). A comparison of the palatability of racemic praziquantel and its two enantioseparated isomers in yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi (Valenciennes, 1833). Aquaculture Research 48: 1735-1743. [Link]
  23. Phillips, N.M., Chaplin, J.A, Peverell, S.C. & Morgan, D.L. (2017). Contrasting population structures of three Pristis sawfishes with different patterns of habitat use. Marine and Freshwater Research 68: 452-460. [Link]
  24. Phillips, N.M., Fearing, A. & Morgan, D.L. (2017). Genetic bottlenecks in Pristis sawfishes in northern Australian waters. Endangered Species Research 32: 363-372[Link]
  25. Rowland, F., Close, P.G., Beatty, S.J., Allen, M.G., Gill, H.S., Berkelaar, J.S. & Morgan, D.L. (2017). Larval development and dietary ontogeny of a critically endangered galaxiid within a Mediterranean climatic zone of Australia. FiSHMED Fishes in Mediterranean Environments 2017.001: 1-14. [Link]
  26. Sprogis, K.R., Christiansen, F., Wandres, M., Bejder, L. 2017. El Niño Southern Oscillation influences the abundance and movements of a marine top predator in coastal waters. Global Change Biology, doi: https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13892
  27. Sprogis, K.R., Raudino, H.C., Hocking, D. and Bejder, L. 2017. Complex prey handling of octopus by bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus). Marine Mammal Science. 10.1111/mms.12405
  28. Tweedley, J.R., Hallett, C.S. & Beatty, S.J. (2017). Baseline survey of the fish fauna of a highly eutrophic estuary and evidence for its colonisation by Goldfish (Carassius auratus). International Aquatic Research. [Link]
  29. Whitty, J.M., Keleher, J., Ebner, B.C., Gleiss, A.C., Simpfendorfer, C.A. & Morgan, D.L. (2017). Habitat use of a Critically Endangered elasmobranch, the largetooth sawfish Pristis pristis, in an intermittently flowing riverine nursery. Endangered Species Research 34: 211-227.. [Link]

2016

  1. Beatty, S.J., de Graaf, M., Duffy, R., Nguyen, V. & Molony, B. (2016). Plasticity in reproductive biology of the smooth marron Cherax cainii (Decapoda: Parastacidae): A large freshwater crayfish of south-western Australia. Fisheries Research 177: 128-136. [Link]
  2. Ciancio, J.E., Venerus, L.A., Trobbiani, G.A., Beltramino, L.E., Gleiss, A.C., Wright, S., Norman, B., Holton, M. and Wilson, R.P.(2016). Extreme roll angles in Argentine sea bass: Could refuge ease posture and buoyancy control of marine coastal fishes?Marine Biology 163:90. [Link]
  3. Ebner, B.C., Morgan, D.L., Kerezsy, A. Hardie, S., Beatty, S.J., Seymour, J.E., Donaldson, J.A., Linke, S., Peverell, S., Roberts, D., Espinoza, T., Marshall, N., Kroon, F.J., Burrows, D.W. & McAllister, R.R.J. (2016). Enhancing conservation of Australian freshwater ecosystems: identification of freshwater flagship fishes and relevant target audiences. Fish and Fisheries [Link]
  4. Hays, G.C., Ferreira, L.C., Sequeira, A.M.M., Meekan, M.G., Duarte, C.M., Bailey, H., Bailleul, F., Bowen, W.D., Caley, M.J., Costa, D.P., Eguíluz, V.M., Fossette, S., Friedlaender, A.S., Gales, N., Gleiss, A.C., Gunn, J., Harcourt, R., Hazen, E.L., Heithaus, M.R., Heupel, M., Holland, K., Horning, M., Jonsen, I., Kooyman, G.L., Lowe, C.G., Madsen, P.T., Marsh, H., Phillips, R.A., Righton, D., Ropert-Coudert, Y., Sato, K., Shaffer, S.A., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Sims, D.W., Skomal, G., Takahashi, A., Trathan, P.N., Wikelski, M., Womble, J.N. Thums, M. (2016) Key questions in marine megafauna movement ecology. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31: 463-475. [Link]
  5. Kelly, E., Travouillon, K., Keleher, J., Gibson-Kueh, S. & Morgan, D.L. (2016). Mammal predation by an ariid catfish in a dryland river of Western Australia. Journal of Arid Environments 135: 9-11. [Link]
  6. Manjaji Matsumoto, B.M., White, W.T., Fahmi, Ishihara, H. & Morgan, D.L. (2016). Himantura granulata. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2016: e.T161431A68627924. [Link]
  7. Morgan, D.L., Beatty, S.J., Close, P.G., Allen, M.G., Unmack, P.J., Hammer, M.P. & Adams, M. (2016). Resolving the taxonomy, range and ecology of biogeographically isolated and critically endangered populations of an Australian freshwater galaxiid, Galaxias truttaceusPacific Conservation Biology. [Link]
  8. Morgan, D.L., White, W.T. & Manjaji Matsumoto, B.M. 2016. Pastinachus ater. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2016: e.T70682232A70708697. [Link]
  9. Morgan, D.L., Wueringer, B.E., Allen, M.G., Ebner, B.C., Whitty, J.M., Gleiss, A.C. & Beatty, S.J. (2016). What is the fate of amputee sawfish? Fisheries 41(2): 71-73. [Link]
  10. Norman, B.M. & Morgan, D.L. (2016). The return of “Stumpy” the whale shark: two decades and counting. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14: 449-450. [Link]
  11. Norman, B.M., Reynolds, S. & Morgan, D.L. (2016). Does the whale shark aggregate along the Western Australian coast beyond Ningaloo Reef? Pacific Conservation Biology 22: 72-80. [Link]
  12. Ogston, G., Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L., Pusey, B.J. & Lymbery, A.J. (2016). Living on burrowed time: Aestivating fishes in south-western Australia face extinction due to climate change. Biological Conservation 195: 235-244. [Link]
  13. Partridge, G.J., Burge, T. & Lymbery, A.J. (2016). A comparison of the palatability of racemic praziquantel and its two enantioseparated isomers in yellowtail kingfish Seriola lalandi (Valenciennes, 1833). Aquaculture Research [Link]
  14. Payne, N.L., Iosilevski, G., Fischer, C., Graham, R.T., Gleiss, A.C. & Watanabe, Y.Y. (2016). Great hammerhead sharks swim on their side to reduce transport costs. Nature Communications  [Link]
  15. Phillips, N.M., Chaplin, J.A, Morgan, D.L. & Peverell, S.C. (2016). Contrasting population structures of three Pristis sawfishes with different patterns of habitat use. Marine & Freshwater Research [Link]
  16. Thiem, J.D., Dawson, J.W., Hatin, D., Danylchuk, A.J., Dumont, P., Gleiss, A.C., Wilson, R.P. Cooke, S.J. (2016). Swimming activity and energetic costs of adult lake sturgeon during fishway passage. Journal of Experimental Biology 219: 2534-2544. [Link]
  17. Whitney, N.M., Lear, K.O., Gaskins, L.C. &Gleiss, A.C. (2016). The effects of  temperature and swimming speed on the metabolic rate of the nurse shark (Ginglymostoma cirratum, Bonaterre). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 477: 40-46. [Link]
  18. Whitmore, B.M., White, C.F., Gleiss, A.C. & Whitney, N.M. (2016). A float-release package for recovering data-loggers from wild sharks. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 475: 49-53.
  19. Whitney, N.M., White, C.F., Gleiss, A.C., Schwieterman, G.D., Anderson, P., Hueter, R.E. Skomal, G.B. (2016). A novel method for determining post-release mortality, behavior, and recovery period using acceleration data loggers. Fisheries Research 183: 210-221. [Link]

2015

  1. Feutry, P., Kyne, P.M., Pillans, R.D., Chen, X., Marthick, J., Morgan, D.L. & Grewe, P.M. (2015). Whole mitogenome sequencing refines population structure of the Critically Endangered sawfish Pristis pristis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 533: 237-244. [Link]
  2. Gleiss A.C., Potvin, J., Keleher J.J., Whitty J.M., Morgan D.L. & Goldbogan, J.A. (2015). Mechanical challenges to freshwater residency in sharks and rays. The Journal of Experimental Biology 218: 1099-1110. [Link]
  3. Kelly, E. & Gibson-Kueh, S. (2015). The haemotology of six species of native catfish from northern Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology [Link]
  4. Kelly, E., Gibson-Kueh, S., Ebner, B.C., Donaldson, J.A., Yang, R., Buller, N., Hair, S., Morgan, D.L. & Lymbery, A.J. (2015). Observations on the health of Tandanus tropicanus (Teleostei: Plotosidae) from an Australian river system. Australian Zoologist. [Link]
  5. Klunzinger, M.W., Haag, W.R., Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L. & Lymbery, A.J. (2015). Range decline and conservation status of Westralunio carteri Iredale, 1934 (Bivalvia: Hyriidae) from south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 63: 127-135. [Link]
  6. Lymbery, A.J. (2015). Niche construction: evolutionary implications for parasites and hosts. Trends in Parasitology 31: 134-141.
  7. Lymbery, A.J., Jenkins, E.J., Schurer, J.M. & Thompson, R.C.A. (2015). Echinococcus canadensis, E. borealis, and E. intermedius. What’s in a name? Trends in Parasitology 31: 23-29. [Link]
  8. Morgan, D.L., Allen, M.G., Ebner, B.C., Whitty, J.M. & Beatty, S.J. (2015). Discovery of a pupping site and nursery for critically endangered Green Sawfish (Pristis zijsron). Journal of Fish Biology 86: 1658-1663. [Link]
  9. Morgan, D.L. & McAuley, R.B. (2015). Aptychotrema vincentiana. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2015: e.T44186A68609294. [Link]
  10. Ryan, U., Paparini, A., Tong, K., Yang, R., Gibson-Kueh, S., O'Hara, A., Lymbery, A. & Xiao, L. (2015). Cryptosporidium huwi n. sp. (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Experimental Parasitology 150: 31-35. [Link]
  11. Yang, R., Palermo, C., Chen, L., Edwards, A., Paparini, A., Tong, K., Gibson-Kueh, S., Lymbery, A. & Ryan, U. (2015). Genetic diversity of Cryptosporidium in fish at the 18S and actin loci and high levels of mixed infections. Veterinary Parasitology 214: 255-263. [Link]

2014

  1. Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L. & Lymbery, A.J. (2014). Implications of climate change for potamodromous fishes. Global Change Biology 20: 1794-1807.
  2. Beatty, S.J., Seewraj, K., Allen, M.G. & Keleher, J.J. (2014). Enhancing fish passage over large on-stream dams in south-western Australia: a case study. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 97: 313-330.
  3. Close, P.C., Ryan, T.J., Morgan, D.L., Beatty, S.J. & Lawrence, C.S. (2014). First record of ‘climbing’ and ‘jumping’ by juvenile Galaxias truttaceus (Valenciennes, 1846) (Galaxiidae) from south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoologyhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1071/ZO14004
  4. Davis, A.M., Unmack, P.J., Pusey, B.J., Pearson, R.G. & Morgan, D.L. (2014). Evidence for a multi-peak adaptive landscape in the evolution of trophic morphology in terapontid fishes. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society.
  5. Ebner, B.C., Starrs, D., Morgan, D.L., Fulton, C.J., Donaldson, J.A., Doody, J.S., Cousins, S., Kennard, M., Butler, G., Tonkin, Z., Beatty, S., Broadhurst, B., Clear, R., Lintermans, M. & Fletcher, C.S. (2014). Emergence of field-based underwater video for understanding the ecology of freshwater fishes and crustaceans in Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia97: 287-296.
  6. Klunzinger, M.W., Haag, W.R., Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L. & Lymbery, A.J. (2014). Age and growth in the Australian freshwater mussel, Westralunio carteri, with an evaluation of the fluorochrome calcein for validating the assumption of annulus formation. Freshwater Science 33: 1127-1135. 
  7. Lymbery, A.J., Morine, M., Kanani, H.G., Beatty, S.J. & Morgan, D.L. (2014). Co-invaders: the effects of alien parasites on native hosts. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 3: 171-177.
  8. Morgan, D.L., Beatty, S.J., Allen, M.G., Keleher, J. & Moore, G. (2014). Long live the King River Perchlet (Nannatherina balstoni).Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 97: 307-312.
  9. Morgan, D., Beatty, S., Snow, M. & Thomas, D. (2014). Preface – Inaugural Western Australian Freshwater Fish Symposium. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 97: iii.
  10. Morgan, D.L., Unmack, P.J, Beatty, S.J., Ebner, B.C., Allen, M.G., Keleher, J.J., Donaldson, J.A. & Murphy, J. (2014). An overview of the ‘freshwater fishes’ of Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 97: 263-278.
  11. Rashnavadi, M., Lymbery, A.J., Beatty, S.J. & Morgan, D.L. (2014). Ecological response of an estuarine atherinid to secondary salinisation in south-western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 97: 343-354.
  12. Thorburn, D.C., Gill, H.S. & Morgan, D.L., (2014). Predator and prey interactions of fishes of a tropical Western Australia river revealed by dietary and stable isotope analyses. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 97: 363-388.

2013

  1. Beatty, S.J. & Morgan, D.L. (2013). Introduced freshwater fishes in a global endemic hotspot and implications of habitat and climatic change. BioInvasions Records 2: 1-9.
  2. Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L., Keleher, J., Allen, M.G. & Sarre, G.A. (2013). The tropical South American cichlid, Geophagus brasiliensis in Mediterranean climatic south-western Australia. Aquatic Invasions 8(1): 21-36.
  3. Calver, M.C., Beatty, S.J., Bryant, K.A., Dickman, C.R., Ebner, B.C. & Morgan, D.L. (2013). Users beware: implications of database errors when assessing the individual research records of ecologists and conservation biologists. Pacific Conservation Biology 19: 320-330.
  4. Davis, A.M., Unmack, P.J., Pusey, B.J., Pearson, R.G. & Morgan, D.L. (2013). Ontogenetic development of intestinal length and relationship to diet in an Australasian fish family (Terapontidae). BMC Evolutionary Biology 13: 53.
  5. Davis, A.M., Unmack, P.J., Pusey, B.J., Pearson, R.G. & Morgan, D.L. (2013). Effects of an adaptive zone shift on morphological and ecological diversification in terapontid fishes. Evolutionary Ecology.
  6. Ebner, B.C. & Morgan, D.L. (2013). Using remote underwater video to estimate freshwater fish species richness. Journal of Fish Biology 82: 1592-1612.
  7. Gleiss, A.C., Wright, S., Liebsch, N., Wilson, R.P. & Norman, B. (2013). Contrasting diel patterns in vertical movement and locomotor activity of whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef. Marine Biology. online first.
  8. Klunzinger , M.W., Thomson, G.J., Beatty , S.J., Morgan, D.L. & Lymbery, A.J. (2013) Morphological and morphometrical description of the glochidia of Westralunio carteri Iredale, 1934 (Bivalvia: Unionoida: Hyriidae). Molluscan Research 33: 104-109.
  9. Klunzinger, M.W., Jones, H.A., Keleher, J. & Morgan, D.L. (2013). A new record of Lortiella froggatti Iredale, 1934 (Bivalvia: Unionoida: Hyriidae) from the Pilbara region, Western Australia, with notes on anatomy and geographic range. Records of the Western Australian Museum 28: 1-6.
  10. Koinari, M., Karl, S., Elliot, A., Ryan, U.M. & Lymbery, A.J. (2013). Identification of Anisakis species (Nematoda: Anisakidae) in marine fish hosts from Papua New Guinea. Veterinary Parasitology 193: 126-133.
  11. Koinari, M., Karl, S., Ng-Hublin, J., Lymbery, A.J. & Ryan, U.M. (2013). Identification of novel and zoonotic Cryptosporidiumspecies in fish from Papua New Guinea. Veterinary Parasitology 198: 1-9.
  12. Lymbery, A.J., Kay, G.D., Doupé, R.G., Partridge, G.J. & Norman, H.C. (2013). The potential of a salt-tolerant plant (Distichlis spicata cv. NyPa Forage) to treat effluent from inland saline aquaculture and provide livestock feed on salt-affected farmland. Science of the Total Environment 445-446: 192-201.
  13. Marr, S.M., Olden, J.D., Leprieur, F., Arismendi, I., Ćaleta, M., Morgan, D.L., Nocita, A., Šanda, R., Serhan Tarkan, A. & García-Berthou, E. (2013). A global assessment of freshwater fish introductions in mediterranean-climate regions. Hydrobiologia 719: 317-329.
  14. Morgan, D.L., Beatty, S.J. & Adams, M. (2013). Nannoperca pygmaea, a new species of pygmy perch (Teleostei: Percichthyidae) from Western Australia. Zootaxa 3637 (4): 401-411.
  15. Walker, K.F., Jones, H.A. & Klunzinger, M.W. (2013). Bivalves in a bottleneck: taxonomy, phylogeography and conservation of freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionoida) in Australasia. Hydrobiologia Online first.
  16. Whitty, J.M., Phillips, N.M., Thorburn, D.C., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Fielde, I., Peverell, S.C. & Morgan, D.L. (2013). Utility of rostra in the identification of Australian sawfishes (Chondrichthyes: Pristidae). Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater EcosystemsOnline first.
  17. Zieritz, A., Sartori, A.F. & Klunzinger, M.W. (2013). Morphological evidence shows that not all Velesunioninae have smooth umbos. Journal of Molluscan Studies 79: 277-282.

2012

  1. Klunzinger, M.W., Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L., Thomson, G.J. & Lymbery, A.J. (2012). Glochidia ecology in wild fish populations and laboratory determination of competent host fishes for an endemic freshwater mussel of south-western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 60: 26-36. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/ZO12022
  2. Klunzinger, M.W., Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L., Lymbery, A.J., Pinder, A.M. & Cale, D.J. (2012). Distribution of Westralunio carteriIredale 1934 (Bivalvia: Unionoida: Hyriidae) on the south coast of southwestern Australia, including new records of the species. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 95: 77-81.
  3. Lymbery, A.J. and Thompson, R.C.A. (2012) The molecular epidemiology of parasite infections: tools and applications. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 181: 102-116.
  4. Morine, M., Yang, R., Ng, J., Kueh, S., Lymbery, A.J. and Ryan, U.M. (2012) Additional novel Cryptosporidium genotypes in ornamental fishes. Veterinary Parasitology 190: 578-582.

2011

  1. Beatty, S., de Graaf, M., Molony, B., Nguyen, V., Pollock, K. (2011). Plascticity in population biology of Cherax cainii (Decapoda: Parastacidae) inhabiting lentic and lotic environments in south-western Australia: Implications for the sustainable management of the recreational fishery. Fisheries Research 110: 312-324.
  2. Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L., Rashnavadi, M. & Lymbery, A.J. (2011). Salinity tolerances of endemic freshwater fishes of south-western Australia: implications for conservation in a biodiversity hotspot. Marine & Freshwater Research 62: 91-100.
  3. Davis, A.M., Pearson, R.G., Pusey, B.J., Perna, C., Morgan, D.L. & Burrows, D. (2011). Trophic ecology of northern Australia’s terapontids: ontogenetic dietary shifts and feeding classification. Journal of Fish Biology78: 265-286.
  4. Klunzinger, M. (2011). Freshwater shrimp (Palaemonetes australis) may be involved in Glochidia release from the freshwater mussel Westralunio carteri.’  The Western Australian Naturalist 28: 61-65.
  5. Klunzinger, M.W., Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L., Lymbery, R., Thomson, G.J. & Lymbery, A.J. (2011). Discovery of a host fish species for glochidia of Westralunio carteri Iredale, 1934 (Bivalvia: Unionoida: Hyriidae). Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia94: 19-23.
  6. Maddern, M.G., Gill, H.S. & Morgan, D.L., (2011). Biology and invasive potential of the introduced swordtail Xiphophorus hellerii Heckel (Poeciliidae) in Western Australia. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems DOI: 10.1002/aqc.118.
  7. Morgan, D.L., Allen, G.R., Pusey, B.J. & Burrows, D.W. (2011). A review of the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Zootaxa 2816: 1-64.
  8. Morgan, D.L., Whitty, J.M., Phillips, N.M., Thorburn, D.C., Chaplin, J.A. & McAuley, R. (2011). North-western Australia as a hotspot for endangered elasmobranchs with particular reference to sawfishes and the Northern River Shark. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 94: 345-358.
  9. Morrongiello, J.R., Beatty, S.J., Bennett, J.C., Crook, D.A., Ikedife, D.N.E.N., Kennard, M.J., Kerezsy, A., Lintermans, M., McNeil, D.G., Pusey, B.J. & Rayner, T. (2011). Climate change and its implications for Australia's freshwater fish. Marine and Freshwater Research 62: 1082-1098.
  10. Phillips, N.M., Chaplin, J.A., Morgan, D.L. & Peverell, S.C. (2011). Population genetic structure and genetic diversity of three critically endangered Pristis sawfishes in northern Australian waters. Marine Biology 158: 903-915.

2010

  1. Beatty, S.J. & Morgan, D.L. (2010). Teleosts, agnathans and macroinvertebrates as bioindicators of ecosystem health in a south-western Australian River. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 93: 65-79.
  2. Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L., McAleer, F.J. & Ramsay, A.R. (2010). Groundwater contribution to baseflow maintains habitat connectivity for Tandanus bostocki (Teleostei: Plotosidae) in a south-western Australian river. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 19: 595-608.
  3. Davis, A.M., Pusey, B.J., Thorburn, D.C., Dowe, J.L., Morgan, D.L. & Burrows, D. (2010). Riparian contributions to the diet of terapontid grunters (Pisces: Terapontidae) in wet-dry tropical rivers. Journal of Fish Biology 76: 862-879.
  4. Doupé, R.G., Mitchell, J., Knott, M. J., Davis, A. M. and Lymbery, A.J. (2010) Efficacy of exclusion fencing to protect ephemeral floodplain lagoon habitats from feral pigs (Sus scrofa). Wetlands Ecology and Management 18: 69-78.
  5. Doupé, R.G., Knott, M. J., Schaffer, J., Burrows, D.W. and Lymbery, A.J. (2010) Experimental herbivory of native Australian macrophytes by the introduced Mozambique tilapia Oreochromis mossambicus. Austral Ecology 35: 24-30.
  6. Hobbs, R. P. & Hassan, M. (2010).  Pseudocapillaria (Ichthyocapillaria) nannupensis n. sp. (Nematoda: Capillariidae) from the intestine of the freshwater cobbler Tandanus bostocki (Plotosidae) from south-western Australia. Comparative Parasitology 77(1): 20-24.
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  9. Klunzinger, M.W., Morgan, D.L., Lymbery, A.J., Ebner, B.C., Beatty, S.J., & Thomson, G.J. (2010). Discovery of a host fish for glochidia of Velesunio angasi (Sowerby, 1867) (Bivalvia : Unionoida : Hyriidae) from the Fortescue River, Pilbara, Western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 58: 263-266.
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  13. Morgan, D.L., Tang, D. & Peverell, S.C. (2010). Critically endangered Pristis microdon (Elasmobranchii), as a host for the Indian parasitic copepod, Caligus furcisetifer Redkar, Rangnekar et Murti, 1949 (Siphonostomatoida): New records from northern Australia. Acta Parasitologica 55(4): 419-423.
  14. Reid, A., Lymbery, A.J., Ng, J., Tweedle, S. and Ryan, U.M. (2010) Identification of novel and zoonotic Cryptosporidium species in marine fish. Veterinary Parasitology 168: 190-195.
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  16. Thompson, R.C.A., Smith, A., Lymbery, A.J., Averis, S., Morris, K.D. and Wayne, A.F. (2010) Giardia in Western Australian wildlife. Veterinary Parasitology 170: 207-211.
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