Mark Elgar
Mark Elgar
Professor, School of BioSciences, University of Melbourne
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Predator vigilance and group size in mammals and birds: a critical review of the empirical evidence
MA Elgar
Biological Reviews 64 (1), 13-33, 1989
MA Elgar
Ecology and evolution among diverse taxa, 1992
The evolution of pheromone diversity
MRE Symonds, MA Elgar
Trends in ecology & evolution 23 (4), 220-228, 2008
Sexual cannibalism in spiders and other invertebrates
MA Elgar
Cannibalism: ecology and evolution among diverse taxa, 128-155, 1992
Basal metabolic rates in mammals: allometry, phylogeny and ecology
MA Elgar, PH Harvey
Functional ecology, 25-36, 1987
Gender differences in publication output: towards an unbiased metric of research performance
MRE Symonds, NJ Gemmell, TL Braisher, KL Gorringe, MA Elgar
PloS one 1 (1), e127, 2006
House sparrows establish foraging flocks by giving chirrup calls if the resources are divisible
MA Elgar
Animal behaviour 34, 169-174, 1986
Ecology and evolution of cannibalism
MA Elgar
Cannibalism: ecology and evolution among diverse taxa, 1-12, 1992
Evolutionary compromise between a few large and many small eggs: comparative evidence in teleost fish
MA Elgar
Oikos, 283-287, 1990
Sperm competition and sexual selection in spiders
MA Elgar
Sperm competition and sexual selection, 307-339, 1998
Effects of stock grazing on the ground invertebrate fauna of woodland remnants
L Bromham, M Cardillo, AF Bennett, MA Elgar
Australian Journal of Ecology 24 (3), 199-207, 1999
The influence of ants on host plant selection by Jalmenus evagoras, a myrmecophilous lycaenid butterfly
NE Pierce, MA Elgar
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 16 (3), 209-222, 1985
The functional significance of silk decorations of orb‐web spiders: a critical review of the empirical evidence
ME Herberstein, CL Craig, JA Coddington, MA Elgar
Biological Reviews 75 (4), 649-669, 2000
Sexual cannibalism in the garden spider Araneus diadematus
MA Elgar, DR Nash
Animal Behaviour 36 (5), 1511-1517, 1988
Female control of paternity in the sexually cannibalistic spider Argiope keyserlingi
MA Elgar, JM Schneider, ME Herberstein
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
Flocking and predator surveillance in house sparrows: test of an hypothesis
MA Elgar, CP Catterall
Animal behaviour 29 (3), 868-872, 1981
The Use of Corridors by Mammals in Fragmented Australian Eucalypt Forests: Uso de Corredores por Mamíferos en Bosques de Eucalipto en Australia
SJ Downes, KA Handasyde, MA Elgar
Conservation biology 11 (3), 718-726, 1997
Sexual cannibalism in orb-weaving spiders: an economic model
JA Newman, MA Elgar
The American Naturalist 138 (6), 1372-1395, 1991
Evolutionary significance of sexual cannibalism
MA Elgar, JM Schneider
Advances in the Study of Behavior 34 (4), 135-163, 2004
Faithful without care: the evolution of monogyny
L Fromhage, MA Elgar, JM Schneider
Evolution 59 (7), 1400-1405, 2005
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