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Balshine, S., Wong, M. Y. L. & Reddon, A. R. (2017). Social motivation and conflict resolution tactics as potential building blocks of sociality in cichlid fishes. Behavioural Processes, In Press 1-9.
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O'Mara, K., Miskiewicz, A. & Wong, M. Y. L. (2017). Estuarine characteristics, water quality and heavy metal contamination as determinants of fish species composition in intermittently open estuaries. Marine and Freshwater Research, 68 (5), 941-953.
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Paijmans, K. C. & Wong, M. Y.L. (2017). Linking animal contests and community structure using rockpool fishes as a model system. Functional Ecology, Online First 1-12.
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Flood, C. E. & Wong, M. Y. L. (2017). Social stability in times of change: effects of group fusion and water depth on sociality in a globally invasive fish. Animal Behaviour, 129 71-79.
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Lopez, L. K., Wong, M. Y. L. & Davis, A. R. (2016). The effects of the diel cycle and the density of an invasive predator on predation risk and prey response. Animal Behaviour, 117 87-95.
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Wong, M. Y. L., Uppaluri, C., Medina, A., Seymour, J. & Buston, P. M. (2016). The four elements of within-group conflict in animal societies: an experimental test using the clown anemonefish, Amphiprion percula. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70 (9), 1467-1475.
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Donelson, J. M., Wong, M., Booth, D. J. & Munday, P. (2016). Transgenerational plasticity of reproduction depends on rate of warming across generations. Evolutionary Applications: evolutionary approaches to environmental, biomedical and socio-economic issues, 9 (9), 1072-1081.
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Matthews, S. A. & Wong, M. Y. L. (2015). Temperature-dependent resolution of conflict over rank within a size-based dominance hierarchy. Behavioral Ecology, 26 (3), 947-958.
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O'Mara, K. M. & Wong, M. Y. L. (2015). Body size mediated effects of multiple abiotic stressors on the growth and social behaviour of an estuarine fish, Australian Bass (Macquaria novemaculeata). Environmental Biology of Fishes, 99 (1), 95-104.
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Naderi, M., Wong, M. Y. L. & Gholami, F. (2014). Developmental exposure of zebrafish (Danio rerio) to bisphenol-S impairs subsequent reproduction potential and hormonal balance in adults. Aquatic Toxicology, 148 195-203.
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