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Lopez, L., Davis, A. R. & Wong, M. Y. L. (2018). Behavioral interactions under multiple stressors: temperature and salinity mediate aggression between an invasive and a native fish. Biological Invasions, 20 (2), 487-499.
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Lopez, L. K., Hendry, K., Wong, M. Y. L. & Davis, A. R. (2018). Insight into invasion: Interactions between a critically endangered and invasive crayfish. Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, Online First 1-8.
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Hing, M. L., Klanten, O., Dowton, M., Brown, K. R. & Wong, M. Y. L. (2018). Repeated cyclone events reveal potential causes of sociality in coral-dwelling Gobiodon fishes. PLoS One, 13 (9), e0202407-1-e0202407-22.
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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, 141 152-160.
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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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Wong, M. Y. L., Beasley, A. L., Douglass, T., Whalan, S. & Scott, A. (2017). Some anemonefish lack personality: a comparative assessment of behavioral variation and repeatability in relation to environmental and social factors. Coral Reefs, 36 (4), 1307-1316.
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Hing, M. L., Klanten, O. Selma., Dowton, M. & Wong, M. Y.L. (2017). The right tools for the job: Cooperative breeding theory and an evaluation of the methodological approaches to understanding the evolution and maintenance of sociality. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 5 100-1-100-19.
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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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