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How did invertebrates respond to eradication of rats from Kapiti Island, New Zealand?
L Sinclair, J McCartney, J Godfrey, S Pledger, M Wakelin, G Sherley
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 32 (4), 293-315, 2005
502005
Forest invertebrates found on baits used in pest mammal control and the impact of sodium monofluoroacetate (" 1080") on their numbers at Ohakune, North Island, New Zealand
G Sherley, M Wakelin, J McCartney
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 26 (4), 279-302, 1999
411999
Understanding nuptial gift size in bush-crickets: an analysis of the genus Poecilimon (Tettigoniidae: Orthoptera)
J Mccartney, MA Potter, AW Robertson, K Telscher, G Lehmann, ...
Journal of Orthoptera Research 17 (2), 231-242, 2008
382008
The evolution of sex differences in mate searching when females benefit: new theory and a comparative test
J McCartney, H Kokko, KG Heller, DT Gwynne
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1731), 1225-1232, 2012
342012
Biology and conservation of the rare New Zealand land snail Paryphanta busbyi watti (Mollusca, Pulmonata)
IAN Stringer, SM Bassett, MJ McLean, J McCartney, GR Parrish
Invertebrate Biology 122 (3), 241-251, 2003
282003
Feeding activity in captive New Zealand lesser short‐tailed bats (Mystacina tuberculata)
J McCartney, IAN Stringer, MA Potter
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 34 (3), 227-238, 2007
242007
A preliminary analysis of mate choice in a bush cricket (Poecilimon laevissimus: Tettigoniidae) suggests virginity is more important than body size
J McCartney, KG Heller
Journal of Orthoptera Research 17 (2), 227-230, 2008
202008
Estimating abundance, age structure and sex ratio of a recently discovered New Zealand tusked weta Motuweta riparia (Orthoptera, Anostostomatidae), using mark-recapture analysis
J McCartney, DP Armstrong, DT Gwynne, CD Kelly, RJ Barker
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 229-235, 2006
202006
New Zealand's giant collembola: new information on distribution and morphology for Holacanthella Börner, 1906 (Neanuridae: Uchidanurinae)
MI Stevens, DJ Winter, R Morris, J McCartney, P Greenslade
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 34 (1), 63-78, 2007
182007
Lifetime spermatophore investment in natural populations of two closely related bush-cricket species (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Poecilimon)
J McCartney, AW Lehmann, GUC Lehmann
Behaviour, 285-298, 2010
172010
Evidence of natural and sexual selection shaping the size of nuptial gifts among a bush-cricket genus (Poecilimon; Tettigoniidae): an analysis of sperm transfer patterns.
DT J. McCartney٭, Potter, M.A. , Robertson. A.W
Sexual Selection: Evolutionary Perspectives, Mating Strategies and Long-Term …, 2013
5*2013
New records of Acropsopilio neozealandiae (Forster), and remarks on the sexual status of the species (Arachnida: Opiliones: Caddidae)
J McCartney, W Shear, IAN Stringer
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 34 (2), 117-123, 2007
42007
New Zealand's forgotten biodiversity: different techniques reveal new records for ‘giant’springtails
MI Stevens, J McCartney, IAN Stringer
New Zealand Entomologist 30 (1), 79-84, 2007
32007
Wetanema ripariae n. sp.(Nematoda: Thelastomatidae) from the Raukumara tusked weta Motuweta riparia Gibbs
GW Yeates, J McCartney
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 33 (3), 203-206, 2006
22006
Spermatophore size variation in the bush-cricket genus Poecilimon: a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in …
J McCartney
Massey University, 2010
12010
Protamines and the sperm nuclear basic proteins Pandora’s Box of Insects
MR Leyden, B Gowen, R Gonzalez-Romero, JM Eirin-Lopez, BH Kim, ...
Biochemistry and Cell Biology, 2024
2024
Evidence of Natural and Sexual Selection Shaping the Size of Nuptial Gifts among a Single Bush-Cricket Genus (Poecilimon; Tettigoniidae): An Analysis of Sperm Transfer Patterns
J McCartney, M Potter, A Robertson, KG Heller, DT Gwynne
Sexual Selection: Evolutionary Perspectives, Mating Strategies and Long-Term …, 2013
2013
Is there evidence of a macro-evolutionary trade-off between reproductive investments in mate attraction and nuptial gift size in bush-crickets?
J McCartney, KG Heller
Spermatophore size variation in the bush-cricket genus Poecilimon, 189, 0
Larger nuptial gifts increase male per-mating fitness across a bush-cricket genus (Poecilimon), but do they “manipulate” females?
J McCartney
Spermatophore size variation in the bush-cricket genus Poecilimon, 221, 0
Sex roles in mate attraction and searching: a comparative test using bush-crickets (Poecilimon: Tettigoniidae)
J McCartney, DT Gwynne, KG Heller
Spermatophore size variation in the bush-cricket genus Poecilimon, 161, 0
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