Terence P. T. Ng
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Snails and their trails: the multiple functions of trail‐following in gastropods
TPT Ng, SH Saltin, MS Davies, K Johannesson, R Stafford, GA Williams
Biological Reviews 88 (3), 683-700, 2013
802013
Conserving intertidal habitats: what is the potential of ecological engineering to mitigate impacts of coastal structures?
MJ Perkins, TPT Ng, D Dudgeon, TC Bonebrake, KMY Leung
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 167, 504-515, 2015
642015
Linking behaviour and climate change in intertidal ectotherms: insights from littorinid snails
TPT Ng, SLY Lau, L Seuront, MS Davies, R Stafford, DJ Marshall, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 492, 121-131, 2017
272017
Mucus trail following as a mate-searching strategy in mangrove littorinid snails
TPT Ng, MS Davies, R Stafford, GA Williams
Animal Behaviour 82 (3), 459-465, 2011
242011
Enemies with benefits: parasitic endoliths protect mussels against heat stress
GI Zardi, KR Nicastro, CD McQuaid, TPT Ng, J Lathlean, L Seuront
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-8, 2016
182016
Size‐Dependent Male Mate Preference and its Association with Size‐Assortative Mating in a Mangrove Snail, Littoraria ardouiniana
TPT Ng, GA Williams
Ethology 120 (10), 995-1002, 2014
172014
Standing in the sun: infrared thermography reveals distinct thermal regulatory behaviours in two tropical high-shore littorinid snails
L Seuront, TPT Ng
Journal of Molluscan Studies 82 (2), 336-340, 2016
162016
Cheating the locals: invasive mussels steal and benefit from the cooling effect of indigenous mussels
JA Lathlean, L Seuront, CD McQuaid, TPT Ng, GI Zardi, KR Nicastro
PLoS One 11 (3), 2016
152016
Hong Kong’s rich marine biodiversity: the unseen wealth of South China’s megalopolis
TPT Ng, MCF Cheng, KKY Ho, GCS Lui, KMY Leung, GA Williams
Biodiversity and conservation 26 (1), 23-36, 2017
112017
Size and position (sometimes) matter: small-scale patterns of heat stress associated with two co-occurring mussels with different thermoregulatory behaviour
JA Lathlean, L Seuront, CD McQuaid, TPT Ng, GI Zardi, KR Nicastro
Marine biology 163 (9), 189, 2016
112016
On the edge: the use of infrared thermography in monitoring responses of intertidal organisms to heat stress
JA Lathlean, L Seuront, TPT Ng
Ecological Indicators 81, 567-577, 2017
102017
Sampling scale can cause bias in positive assortative mating estimates: evidence from two intertidal snails
TPT Ng, GA Williams, MS Davies, R Stafford, E Rolán‐Alvarez
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 119 (2), 414-419, 2016
92016
Contrasting reproductive traits in two species of mangrove‐dwelling littorinid snails in a seasonal tropical habitat
TPT Ng, GA Williams
Invertebrate Biology 131 (3), 177-186, 2012
92012
The causal relationship between sexual selection and sexual size dimorphism in marine gastropods
TPT Ng, E Rolán-Alvarez, SS Dahlén, MS Davies, D Estévez, R Stafford, ...
Animal behaviour 148, 53-62, 2019
72019
A novel method for estimating the strength of positive mating preference by similarity in the wild
M Fernández‐Meirama, D Estévez, TPT Ng, GA Williams, ...
Ecology and evolution, 2017
72017
Penis-rejection in a mangrove littorinid snail: why do females reject males?
TPT Ng, GA Williams
Journal of Molluscan Studies 81 (1), 164-166, 2015
72015
A biologically relevant rapid quantification of physical and biological stress profiles on rocky shores
R Stafford, TPT Ng, GA Williams, MS Davies
Ecological Informatics 25, 43-48, 2015
72015
A review of the thermal biology and ecology of molluscs, and of the use of infrared thermography in molluscan research
L Seuront, TPT Ng, JA Lathlean
Journal of Molluscan Studies 84 (3), 203-232, 2018
62018
Shell standing in littorinid snails: a multifunctional behaviour associated with mating?
DJ Marshall, TPT Ng
Journal of Molluscan Studies 79 (1), 74-75, 2013
62013
Fighting for mates: the importance of individual size in mating contests in rocky shore littorinids
TPT Ng, MS Davies, R Stafford, GA Williams
Marine biology 163 (3), 1, 2016
52016
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