Richard Shine

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Publications of Richard Shine

Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (2019) 126, 68-79
Katarina C. Stuart, Richard Shine and Gregory P. Brown (2019)
Proximate mechanisms underlying the rapid modification of phenotypic traits in cane toads (Rhinella marina) across their invasive range within Australia

Austral Ecology (2019) 44, 237-244
Renee Silvester, Matthew Greenlees, Richard Shine and Benjamin Oldroyd (2019)
Behavioural tactics used by invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) to exploit apiaries in Australia

Oecologia (2019) 189, 307-316
George A. Brusch IV, Keith Christian, Greg P. Brown, Richard Shine and Dale F. DeNardo (2019)
Cane toads (Rhinella marina) rely on water access, not drought tolerance, to invade xeric Australian environments

Biological Invasions (2019) 21, 1895-1904
Samantha McCann, Michael Crossland, Matthew Greenlees and Richard Shine (2019)
Invader control: factors influencing the attraction of cane toad (Rhinella marina) larvae to adult parotoid exudate

Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (2018) 124, 188-199
Cameron M. Hudson, Gregory P. Brown, Katarina Stuart and Richard Shine (2018)
Sexual and geographical divergence in head widths of invasive cane toads, Rhinella marina (Anura: Bufonidae), is driven by both rapid evolution and plasticity

Biological Invasions (2018) 20, 2077-2089
Matthew J. Greenlees, Stewart Harris, Arthur W. White and Richard Shine (2018)
The establishment and eradication of an extra-limital population of invasive cane toads

Journal of Pest Science (2018) 91, 1081-1091
Richard Shine, Corrin Everitt, David Woods and David J. Pearson (2018)
An evaluation of methods used to cull invasive cane toads in tropical Australia

Ecology and Evolution (2018) 8, 4403-4408
Georgia K. Kosmala, Gregory P. Brown, Keith A. Christian, Cameron M. Hudson and Richard Shine (2018)
The thermal dependency of locomotor performance evolves rapidly within an invasive species

Journal of Virology (2018) 92 (17 - e00768-18)
Alice G. Russo, John-Sebastian Eden, Daniel Enosi Tuipulotu, Mang Shi, Daniel Selechnik, Richard Shine, Lee Ann Rollins, Edward C. Holmes and Peter A. White (2018)
Viral discovery in the invasive Australian cane toad (Rhinella marina) using metatranscriptomic and genomic approaches

Biological Invasions (2017) 19, 2729-2737
Samantha McCann, Matthew J. Greenlees and Richard Shine (2017)
On the fringe of the invasion: the ecology of cane toads in marginally-suitable habitats

Biological Invasions (2017) 19, 1097-1106
Renee Silvester, Richard Shine, Benjamin Oldroyd and Matthew Greenlees (2017)
The ecological impact of commercial beehives on invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) in eastern Australia

Austral Ecology (2017) 42, 385-393
Georgia Ward-Fear, Gregory P. Brown, David J. Pearson and Richard Shine (2017)
An invasive tree facilitates the persistence of native rodents on an over-grazed floodplain in tropical Australia

Ecology and Evolution (2017) 7, 8950-8957
Wei Chen, Cameron M. Hudson, Jayna L. DeVore and Richard Shine (2017)
Sex and weaponry: The distribution of toxin-storage glands on the bodies of male and female cane toads (Rhinella marina)

Wildlife Research (2017) 44, 565-572
Mette Lillie, Sylvain Dubey, Richard Shine and Katherine Belov (2017)
Variation in Major Histocompatibility Complex diversity in invasive cane toad populations

Austral Ecology (2017) 42, 479-485
Daniel J.D. Natusch, Martin Mayer, Jessica A. Lyons and Richard Shine (2017)
Interspecific interactions between feral pigs and native birds reveal both positive and negative effects

Ecology and Evolution (2016) 6, 4445-4457
Gregory P. Brown and Richard Shine (2016)
Frogs in the spotlight: a 16-year survey of native frogs and invasive toads on a floodplain in tropical Australia

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1645-1652
Uditha Wijethunga, Matthew Greenlees and Richard Shine (2016)
Far from home: responses of an American predator species to an American prey species in a jointly invaded area of Australia

Ecology and Evolution (2016) 6, 6993-7003
Uditha Wijethunga, Matthew Greenlees and Richard Shine (2016)
Moving south: effects of water temperatures on the larval development of invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) in cool-temperate Australia

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 103-114
Gregory P. Brown, Crystal Kelehear, Ligia Pizzatto and Richard Shine (2016)
The impact of lungworm parasites on rates of dispersal of their anuran host, the invasive cane toad

Biological Invasions (2016) 18, 1499-1509
Christopher J. Jolly, Richard Shine and Matthew J. Greenlees (2016)
The impacts of a toxic invasive prey species (the cane toad, Rhinella marina) on a vulnerable predator (the lace monitor, Varanus varius)

PLoS ONE (2016) 11 (6 - e0156396)
Takashi Haramura, Hirohiko Takeuchi, Michael R. Crossland and Richard Shine (2016)
Biotic resistance to an alien amphibian: Larval competition between Japanese frogs and invasive cane toads

Ecology and Evolution (2015) 5, 3879-3894
Christopher J. Jolly, Richard Shine and Matthew J. Greenlees (2015)
The impact of invasive cane toads on native wildlife in southern Australia

Ecology Letters (2015) 18, 57-65
Gregory P. Brown, Benjamin L. Phillips, Sylvain Dubey and Richard Shine (2015)
Invader immunology: invasion history alters immune system function in cane toads (Rhinella marina) in tropical Australia

Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (2015) 116, 743-747
Cameron M. Hudson, Benjamin L. Phillips, Gregory P. Brown and Richard Shine (2015)
Virgins in the vanguard: low reproductive frequency in invasion-front cane toads

Journal of Pest Science (2015) 88, 143-153
Elisa Cabrera-Guzmán, Michael R. Crossland, David Pearson, Jonathan K. Webb and Richard Shine (2015)
Predation on invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) by native Australian rodents

Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (2015) 116, 748-760
Gregory P. Brown, Crystal Kelehear, Catherine M. Shilton, Benjamin L. Phillips and Rick Shine (2015)
Stress and immunity at the invasion front: a comparison across cane toad (Rhinella marina) populations

Journal of Applied Ecology (2015) 52, 1547-1557
Gregory S. Clarke, Michael R. Crossland, Cathy Shilton and Richard Shine (2015)
Chemical suppression of embryonic cane toads Rhinella marina by larval conspecifics

Molecular Ecology (2015) 24, 2264-2276
Lee A. Rollins, Mark F. Richardson and Richard Shine (2015)
A genetic perspective on rapid evolution in cane toads (Rhinella marina)

Austral Ecology (2014) 39, 448-454
David J. Pearson, Jonathan K. Webb, Matthew J. Greenlees, Benjamin L. Phillips, Gavin S. Bedford, Gregory P. Brown, Jai Thomas and Richard Shine (2014)
Behavioural responses of reptile predators to invasive cane toads in tropical Australia

Austral Ecology (2014) 39, 190-197
John Llewelyn, Lin Schwarzkopf, Benjamin L. Phillips and Richard Shine (2014)
After the crash: How do predators adjust following the invasion of a novel toxic prey type?

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2014) 281 (1795 - 20141385)
Gregory P. Brown, Benjamin L. Phillips and Richard Shine (2014)
The straight and narrow path: the evolution of straight-line dispersal at a cane toad invasion front

Austral Ecology (2014) 39, 1-16
Richard Shine (2014)
A review of ecological interactions between native frogs and invasive cane toads in Australia

Austral Ecology (2014) 39, 50-59
Iris Bleach, Christa Beckmann, Gregory P. Brown and Richard Shine (2014)
Effects of an invasive species on refuge-site selection by native fauna: The impact of cane toads on native frogs in the Australian tropics

Austral Ecology (2013) 38, 896-904
Elisa Cabrera-Guzmán, Michael R. Crossland and Richard Shine (2013)
Competing tadpoles: Australian native frogs affect invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) in natural waterbodies

Journal of Applied Ecology (2013) 50, 129-137
Reid Tingley, Benjamin L. Phillips, Mike Letnic, Gregory P. Brown, Richard Shine and Stuart J.E. Baird (2013)
Identifying optimal barriers to halt the invasion of cane toads Rhinella marina in arid Australia

Austral Ecology (2013) 38, 891-895
Edna González-Bernal, Matthew J. Greenlees, Gregory P. Brown and Richard Shine (2013)
Interacting biocontrol programmes: invasive cane toads reduce rates of breakdown of cowpats by dung beetles

Ecology Letters (2012) 15, 329-337
Crystal Kelehear, Gregory P. Brown and Richard Shine (2012)
Rapid evolution of parasite life history traits on an expanding range-edge

Evolutionary Applications (2012) 5, 107-116
Richard Shine (2012)
Invasive species as drivers of evolutionary change: cane toads in tropical Australia

Biological Invasions (2012) 14, 999-1008
David Llewellyn, Michael B. Thompson, Gregory P. Brown, Benjamin L. Phillips and Richard Shine (2012)
Reduced investment in immune function in invasion-front populations of the cane toad (Rhinella marina) in Australia

PLoS ONE (2012) 7 (11 - e49351)
Edna González-Bernal, Matthew Greenlees, Gregory P. Brown and Richard Shine (2012)
Cane toads on cowpats: Commercial livestock production facilitates toad invasion in tropical Australia

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2012) 279, 3436-3442
Michael R. Crossland, Takashi Haramura, Angela A. Salim, Robert J. Capon and Richard Shine (2012)
Exploiting intraspecific competitive mechanisms to control invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina)

Austral Ecology (2011) 36, 605-611
David W.M. Nelson, Michael R. Crossland and Richard Shine (2011)
Behavioural responses of native predators to an invasive toxic prey species

Oecologia (2011) 165, 585-592
Crystal Kelehear, Gregory P. Brown and Richard Shine (2011)
Influence of lung parasites on the growth rates of free-ranging and captive adult cane toads

Biological Invasions (2011) 13, 2135-2145
Michael Crossland, Gregory Brown and Richard Shine (2011)
The enduring toxicity of road-killed cane toads (Rhinella marina)

Wildlife Research (2011) 38, 380-385
Ruchira Somaweera, Michael R. Crossland and Richard Shine (2011)
Assessing the potential impact of invasive cane toads on a commercial freshwater fishery in tropical Australia

Biological Invasions (2011) 13, 1447-1455
Christa Beckmann and Richard Shine (2011)
Toad's tongue for breakfast: exploitation of a novel prey type, the invasive cane toad, by scavenging raptors in tropical Australia

Austral Ecology (2011) 36, 954-963
Lígia Pizzatto and Richard Shine (2011)
Ecological impacts of invading species: Do parasites of the cane toad imperil Australian frogs?

Austral Ecology (2011) 36, 53-58
Matthew J. Greenlees and Richard Shine (2011)
Impacts of eggs and tadpoles of the invasive cane toad (Bufo marinus) on aquatic predators in tropical Australia

Biological Invasions (2011) 13, 2925-2934
Christa Beckmann, Michael R. Crossland and Richard Shine (2011)
Responses of Australian wading birds to a novel toxic prey type, the invasive cane toad Rhinella marina

Wildlife Research (2010) 37, 166-173
Samantha J. Price-Rees, Gregory P. Brown and Richard Shine (2010)
Predation on toxic cane toads (Bufo marinus) may imperil bluetongue lizards (Tiliqua scincoides intermedia, Scincidae) in tropical Australia

Biological Journal of the Linnean Society (2010) 99, 738-751
Georgia Ward-Fear, Gregory P. Brown and Richard Shine (2010)
Factors affecting the vulnerability of cane toads (Bufo marinus) to predation by ants

Journal of Applied Ecology (2010) 47, 273-280
Georgia Ward-Fear, Gregory P. Brown and Richard Shine (2010)
Using a native predator (the meat ant, Iridomyrmex reburrus) to reduce the abundance of an invasive species (the cane toad, Bufo marinus) in tropical Australia

Oecologia (2010) 162, 343-348
John Llewelyn, Benjamin L. Phillips, Ross A. Alford, Lin Schwarzkopf and Richard Shine (2010)
Locomotor performance in an invasive species: cane toads from the invasion front have greater endurance, but not speed, compared to conspecifics from a long-colonised area

Austral Ecology (2010) 35, 197-203
Michael R. Crossland and Richard Shine (2010)
Vulnerability of an Australian anuran tadpole assemblage to the toxic eggs of the invasive cane toad (Bufo marinus)

Biological Invasions (2010) 12, 1045-1051
John Llewelyn, Lin Schwarzkopf, Ross Alford and Richard Shine (2010)
Something different for dinner? Responses of a native Australian predator (the keelback snake) to an invasive prey species (the cane toad)

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2009) 276, 2813-2818
Mattias Hagman, Benjamin L. Phillips and Richard Shine (2009)
Fatal attraction: adaptations to prey on native frogs imperil snakes after invasion of toxic toads

Austral Ecology (2009) 34, 77-82
Lígia Pizzatto and Richard Shine (2009)
Native Australian frogs avoid the scent of invasive cane toads

Wildlife Research (2009) 36, 23-28
Ross A. Alford, Gregory P. Brown, Lin Schwarzkopf, Benjamin L. Phillips and Richard Shine (2009)
Comparisons through time and space suggest rapid evolution of dispersal behaviour in an invasive species

Wildlife Research (2009) 36, 533-540
David Pearson, Matthew Greenlees, Georgia Ward-Fear and Richard Shine (2009)
Predicting the ecological impact of cane toads (Bufo marinus) on threatened camaenid land snails in north-western Australia

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2009) 35, 265-271
Mattias Hagman and Richard Shine (2009)
Factors influencing responses to alarm pheromone by larvae of invasive cane toads, Bufo marinus

Journal of Chemical Ecology (2009) 35, 391-399
R. Andrew Hayes, Michael R. Crossland, Mattias Hagman, Robert J. Capon and Richard Shine (2009)
Ontogenetic variation in the chemical defenses of cane toads (Bufo marinus): Toxin profiles and effects on predators

Oecologia (2009) 158, 625-632
Michael R. Crossland, Ross A. Alford and Richard Shine (2009)
Impact of the invasive cane toad (Bufo marinus) on an Australian frog (Opisthodon ornatus) depends on minor variation in reproductive timing

Austral Ecology (2008) 33, 821-829
Jonathan K. Webb, Gregory P. Brown, Travis Child, Matthew J. Greenlees, Benjamin L. Phillips and Richard Shine (2008)
A native dasyurid predator (common planigale, Planigale maculata) rapidly learns to avoid a toxic invader

Molecular Ecology (2008) 17, 4418-4424
Sylvain Dubey and Richard Shine (2008)
Origin of the parasites of an invading species, the Australian cane toad (Bufo marinus): are the lungworms Australian or American?

Wildlife Research (2008) 35, 59-64
Mattias Hagman and Richard Shine (2008)
Australian tadpoles do not avoid chemical cues from invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus)

Austral Ecology (2008) 33, 37-44
Mattias Hagman and Richard Shine (2008)
Understanding the toad code: Behavioural responses of cane toad (Chaunus marinus) larvae and metamorphs to chemical cues

Australian Journal of Zoology (2008) 56, 211-213
Mattias Hagman and Richard Shine (2008)
Tadpoles of invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) do not respond behaviourally to chemical cues from tadpoles of four species of Australian frogs

Biological Invasions (2007) 9, 445-452
Mattias Hagman and Richard Shine (2007)
Effects of invasive cane toads on Australian mosquitoes: Does the dark cloud have a silver lining?

Austral Ecology (2007) 32, 169-176
Benjamin L. Phillips, Gregory P. Brown, Matthew Greenlees, Jonathan K. Webb and Richard Shine (2007)
Rapid expansion of the cane toad (Bufo marinus) invasion front in tropical Australia

Wildlife Research (2007) 34, 59-66
M. Semeniuk, F. Lemckert and R. Shine (2007)
Breeding-site selection by cane toads (Bufo marinus) and native frogs in northern New South Wales, Australia

Austral Ecology (2007) 32, 900-907
Matthew J. Greenlees, Gregory P. Brown, Jonathan K. Webb, Benjamin L. Phillips and Richard Shine (2007)
Do invasive cane toads (Chaunus marinus) compete with Australian frogs (Cyclorana australis)?

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2007) 274, 1413-1419
Mark C. Urban, Ben L. Phillips, David K. Skelly and Richard Shine (2007)
The cane toad's (Chaunus [Bufo] marinus) increasing ability to invade Australia is revealed by a dynamically updated range model

Austral Ecology (2006) 31, 551-558
Mattias Hagman and Richard Shine (2006)
Spawning site selection by feral cane toads (Bufo marinus) at an invasion front in tropical Australia

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2006) 273, 1545-1550
Ben L. Phillips and Richard Shine (2006)
An invasive species induces rapid adaptive change in a native predator: cane toads and black snakes in Australia

Austral Ecology (2005) 30, 201-209
Jonathan K. Webb, Richard Shine and Keith A. Christian (2005)
Does intraspecific niche partitioning in a native predator influence its response to an invasion by a toxic prey species?

Ecological Entomology (2003) 28, 102-108
Allie Mokany and Richard Shine (2003)
Biological warfare in the garden pond: tadpoles suppress the growth of mosquito larvae

Austral Ecology (2003) 28, 33-37
A. Mokany and R. Shine (2003)
Oviposition site selection by mosquitoes is affected by cues from conspecific larvae and anuran tadpoles

Oecologia (2003) 135, 615-620
A. Mokany and R. Shine (2003)
Competition between tadpoles and mosquito larvae

Austral Ecology (2002) 27, 396-404
Allie Mokany and Richard Shine (2002)
Pond attributes influence competitive interactions between tadpoles and mosquito larvae