Craig Barnett
Craig Barnett
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State-dependent decision making: educated predators strategically trade off the costs and benefits of consuming aposematic prey
CA Barnett, M Bateson, C Rowe
Behavioral Ecology 18 (4), 645-651, 2007
Educated predators make strategic decisions to eat defended prey according to their toxin content
CA Barnett, J Skelhorn, M Bateson, C Rowe
Behavioral Ecology 23 (2), 418-424, 2012
Energetic state and the performance of dawn chorus in silvereyes (Zosterops lateralis)
CA Barnett, JV Briskie
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (4), 579-587, 2007
Turning a deaf ear: a test of the manipulating androgens hypothesis in house wrens
CA Barnett, SG Clairardin, CF Thompson, SK Sakaluk
Animal Behaviour 81 (1), 113-120, 2011
Aggressiveness, Boldness and Parental Food Provisioning in Male House Wrens (Troglodytes aedon)
CA Barnett, CF Thompson, SK Sakaluk
Ethology 118 (10), 984-993, 2012
Give ‘til it hurts: trade‐offs between immunity and male reproductive effort in the decorated cricket, Gryllodes sigillatus
SN Gershman, CA Barnett, AM Pettinger, CB Weddle, J Hunt, SK Sakaluk
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (4), 829-839, 2010
Mass‐based condition measures and their relationship with fitness: in what condition is condition?
CA Barnett, TN Suzuki, SK Sakaluk, CF Thompson
Journal of Zoology 296 (1), 1-5, 2015
Inbred decorated crickets exhibit higher measures of macroparasitic immunity than outbred individuals
SN Gershman, CA Barnett, AM Pettinger, CB Weddle, J Hunt, SK Sakaluk
Heredity 105 (3), 282-289, 2010
Better the devil you know: avian predators find variation in prey toxicity aversive
CA Barnett, M Bateson, C Rowe
Biology letters 10 (11), 20140533, 2014
Experimentally increased in ovo testosterone leads to increased plasma bactericidal activity and decreased cutaneous immune response in nestling house wrens
SG Clairardin, CA Barnett, SK Sakaluk, CF Thompson
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (16), 2778-2782, 2011
The need for new categorizations of dietary specialism incorporating spatio‐temporal variability of individual diet specialization
E Pagani‐Núñez, CA Barnett, H Gu, E Goodale
Journal of Zoology 300 (1), 1-7, 2016
Aggressive displays by male House Wrens are composed of multiple components that predict attack
CA Barnett, SK Sakaluk, CF Thompson
Journal of Field Ornithology 85 (1), 56-62, 2014
Strategic regulation of body mass and singing behavior in New Zealand robins
CA Barnett, JV Briskie
Ethology 117 (1), 28-36, 2011
Silvereyes Zosterops lateralis increase incubation attentiveness in response to increased food availability
CA Barnett, JV Briskie
Ibis 152 (1), 169-172, 2010
The ability of North Island robins to discriminate between humans is related to their behavioural type
C Barnett, M Salter, C Chevallier, N Robertson, O Berard, KC Burns
Plos one 8 (5), e64487, 2013
Changes in the observed bird abundance in a modified forest at Kowhai Bush, Kaikoura
C Barnett
Notornis 58 (3-4), 131-138, 2011
Observations of predation attempts on avian nest boxes by Japanese martens (Martes melampus)
CA Barnett, N Sugita, TN Suzuki
Mammal Study 38 (4), 269-274, 2013
Age and sex differences in niche use at molt and its effect on plumage coloration characteristics in a bird
E Pagani-Núñez, CRA Barnett, JC Senar
Current zoology 65 (3), 251-260, 2019
To be so bold: boldness is repeatable and related to within individual behavioural variability in North Island robins
R He, E Pagani-Núñez, C Chevallier, CRA Barnett
Behavioural processes 140, 144-149, 2017
The truth is in the detail: predators attack aposematic prey with less aggression than other prey types
Y Yamazaki, E Pagani-Núñez, T Sota, CRA Barnett
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 131 (2), 332-343, 2020
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