Martin J. Whiting
Martin J. Whiting
Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, Macquarie University
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The Conservation Status of the World’s Reptiles
M Böhm, and 243 others
Biological Conservation 157, 372-385, 2013
Ultraviolet signals ultra-aggression in a lizard
MJ Whiting, DM Stuart-Fox, D O'Connor, D Firth, NC Bennett, ...
Animal behaviour 72 (2), 353-363, 2006
An integrative framework for the appraisal of coloration in nature
DJ Kemp, ME Herberstein, LJ Fleishman, JA Endler, ATD Bennett, ...
The American Naturalist 185 (6), 705-724, 2015
Evolution and maintenance of social status-signaling badges
MJ Whiting, KA Nagy, PW Bateman
Lizard social behavior, 47-82, 2003
Camouflage and colour change: antipredator responses to bird and snake predators across multiple populations in a dwarf chameleon
D Stuart-Fox, MJ Whiting, A Moussalli
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 88 (3), 437-446, 2006
Predator-specific camouflage in chameleons
D Stuart-Fox, A Moussalli, MJ Whiting
Biology letters 4 (4), 326-329, 2008
Why don't small snakes bask? Juvenile broad‐headed snakes trade thermal benefits for safety
JK Webb, MJ Whiting
Oikos 110 (3), 515-522, 2005
Natural selection on social signals: signal efficacy and the evolution of chameleon display coloration
D Stuart-Fox, A Moussalli, MJ Whiting
The American Naturalist 170 (6), 916-930, 2007
Sex-Based Differences and Similarities in Locomotor Performance, Thermal Preferences, and Escape Behaviour in the Lizard Platysaurus intermedius wilhelmi
SP Lailvaux, GJ Alexander, MJ Whiting
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 76 (4), 511-521, 2003
Multiple signals in chameleon contests: designing and analysing animal contests as a tournament
DM Stuart-Fox, D Firth, A Moussalli, MJ Whiting
Animal Behaviour 71 (6), 1263-1271, 2006
When to be neighbourly: differential agonistic responses in the lizard Platysaurus broadleyi
MJ Whiting
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 46 (3), 210-214, 1999
Sex and boldness explain individual differences in spatial learning in a lizard
P Carazo, DWA Noble, D Chandrasoma, MJ Whiting
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1782), 20133275, 2014
Ultraviolet signals fighting ability in a lizard
J Stapley, MJ Whiting
Biology letters 2 (2), 169-172, 2006
High sensitivity to short wavelengths in a lizard and implications for understanding the evolution of visual systems in lizards
LJ Fleishman, ER Loew, MJ Whiting
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1720), 2891-2899, 2011
Animals traded for traditional medicine at the Faraday market in South Africa: species diversity and conservation
MJ Whiting, TJ Williams, V.L., Hibbitts
Animals in Traditional Folk Medicine: Implications for Conservation, 421-473, 2012
Foraging modes of cordyliform lizards
WE Cooper Jr, MJ Whiting, JH Van Wyk
S. Afr. J. ZooL 32 (1), 1, 1997
Bats in riverine forests and woodlands: a latitudinal transect in southern Africa
IL Rautenbach, MJ Whiting, MB Fenton
Canadian Journal of Zoology 74 (2), 312-322, 1996
The effect of temperature on digestive and assimilation efficiency, gut passage time and appetite in an ambush foraging lizard, Cordylus melanotus melanotus
S McConnachie, GJ Alexander
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 174 (2), 99-105, 2004
Lizards and landscapes: integrating field surveys and interviews to assess the impact of human disturbance on lizard assemblages and selected reptiles in a savanna in South Africa
R Smart, MJ Whiting, W Twine
Biological Conservation 122 (1), 23-31, 2005
Flat lizard female mimics use sexual deception in visual but not chemical signals
MJ Whiting, JK Webb, JS Keogh
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1662), 1585-1591, 2009
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