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Dr Jodie Gruber

 Daphne du Maurier 3052

 

Daphne du Maurier Building, University of Exeter,  Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

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Gruber J, Brown G, Whiting MJ, Shine R (2018). Behavioural divergence during biological invasions: a study of cane toads (. Rhinella marina. ) from contrasting environments in Hawai'i. Royal Society Open Science, 5(4), 180197-180197.
Gruber J, Whiting MJ, Brown G, Shine R (2018). Effects of rearing environment and population origin on responses to repeated behavioural trials in cane toads (Rhinella marina). Behavioural Processes, 153, 40-46.
Gruber J, Cunningham GD, While GM, Wapstra E (2017). Disentangling sex allocation in a viviparous reptile with temperature-dependent sex determination: a multifactorial approach. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 31(2), 267-276.
Gruber J, Brown G, Whiting MJ, Shine R (2017). Geographic divergence in dispersal-related behaviour in cane toads from range-front versus range-core populations in Australia. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 71(2).
Gruber J, Brown G, Whiting MJ, Shine R (2017). Is the behavioural divergence between range-core and range-edge populations of cane toads (. Rhinella marina. ) due to evolutionary change or developmental plasticity?. Royal Society Open Science, 4(10), 170789-170789.
Gruber J, Whiting MJ, Brown G, Shine R (2017). The loneliness of the long-distance toad: invasion history and social attraction in cane toads (. Rhinella marina. ). Biology Letters, 13(11), 20170445-20170445.

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2018

Gruber J, Brown G, Whiting MJ, Shine R (2018). Behavioural divergence during biological invasions: a study of cane toads (. Rhinella marina. ) from contrasting environments in Hawai'i. Royal Society Open Science, 5(4), 180197-180197.
Gruber J, Whiting MJ, Brown G, Shine R (2018). Effects of rearing environment and population origin on responses to repeated behavioural trials in cane toads (Rhinella marina). Behavioural Processes, 153, 40-46.

2017

Gruber J, Cunningham GD, While GM, Wapstra E (2017). Disentangling sex allocation in a viviparous reptile with temperature-dependent sex determination: a multifactorial approach. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 31(2), 267-276.
Gruber J, Brown G, Whiting MJ, Shine R (2017). Geographic divergence in dispersal-related behaviour in cane toads from range-front versus range-core populations in Australia. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 71(2).
Gruber J, Brown G, Whiting MJ, Shine R (2017). Is the behavioural divergence between range-core and range-edge populations of cane toads (. Rhinella marina. ) due to evolutionary change or developmental plasticity?. Royal Society Open Science, 4(10), 170789-170789.
Gruber J, Whiting MJ, Brown G, Shine R (2017). The loneliness of the long-distance toad: invasion history and social attraction in cane toads (. Rhinella marina. ). Biology Letters, 13(11), 20170445-20170445.

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