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Author: Bibari, C (Dr Chloe Bibari)

Number of items: 16

Journal Article
Cadby, CD and Jones, SM and Wapstra, E, Geographical differences in maternal basking behaviour and offspring growth rate in a climatically widespread viviparous reptile, Journal of Experimental Biology, 217, (7) pp. 1175-1179. ISSN 0022-0949 (2014) [Refereed Article] 
Uller, T and While, GM and Cadby, CD and Harts, A and O'Connor, K and Pen, P and Wapstra, E, Altitudinal divergence in maternal thermoregulatory behaviour may be driven by differences in selection on offspring survival in a viviparous lizard, Evolution, 65, (8) pp. 2313-2324. ISSN 0014-3820 (2011) [Refereed Article]
Cadby, CD and Jones, SM and Wapstra, E, Potentially adaptive effects of maternal nutrition during gestation on offspring phenotype of a viviparous reptile, Journal of Experimental Biology, 214, (24) pp. 4234-4239. ISSN 0022-0949 (2011) [Refereed Article]
Cadby, CD and Jones, SM and Wapstra, E, Are increased concentrations of maternal corticosterone adaptive to offspring? A test using a placentotrophic lizard , Functional Ecology, 24, (2) pp. 409-416. ISSN 0269-8463 (2010) [Refereed Article]
Cadby, CD and While, GM and Hobday, AJ and Uller, T and Wapstra, E, Multi-scale approach to understanding climate effects on offspring at birth and date of birth in a reptile, Integrative Zoology, 5, (2) pp. 164-175. ISSN 1749-4877 (2010) [Refereed Article]
Conference Publication
Wapstra, E and Caldwell, AJ and Cadby, C and Beeton, N and While, GM, The potential role of phenotypic plasticity in buffering climate change in a viviparous lizard, 11th INTECOL Congress, 18-23 August, London, UK (2013) [Conference Extract]
While, GM and Uller, T and Pen, I and Cadby, C and Wapstra, E, Altitudinal divergence in maternal thermoregulatory behaviour may be driven by differences in selection on offspring survival in a viviparous lizard. Adaptation to climate from a spatial perspective, European Science Foundation workshop, 2011, Lammi biological station, Finland (2011) [Conference Extract]
Wapstra, E and Uller, T and While, GM and Cadby, C, Aggression and the evolutionary ecology of social systems, International Society of Behavioural Ecology (ISBE) conference, September 2010, Perth (2010) [Conference Extract] 
Cadby, C and Jones, SM and Wapstra, E, Are inceased levels of maternal corticosterone adaptive for offspring spotted skink (Niveoscincus ocellatus)? , Annual meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologist, 2009, New Zealand (2009) [Conference Extract] 
Cadby, C and Uller, T and O'Connor, K and Mazurek, K and Wapstra, E, Climate change and reptiles: predictions, observations and future challenges, Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologist, 2009, Auckland, New Zealand (2009) [Conference Extract] 
Wapstra, E and Uller, T and While, GM and Cadby, C and Feldmeyer, B and Harts, A and Pen, I, Different sex determination mechanisms between two populations of a viviparous skink: observations and potential explanations, Fifth International symposium on the biology of vertebrate sex determination, 2009, Kona Hawaii (2009) [Conference Extract] 
Wapstra, E and Cadby, C and While, GM and Uller, T, The effects of climate variation on phenological and life history traits in spotted snow skinks (Niveoscincus ocellatus) across its climatic range, Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologist, 2009, Auckland, New Zealand (2009) [Conference Extract] 
Cadby, C and Jones, E and Wapstra, E, Climate change: what can maternal effects tell us? Maternal basking behaviour in the spotted skink (session: climate change: from genes to ecosystems), Annual Meeting of Society of Experimental Biology, July 2008, Marseille, France (2008) [Conference Extract] 
Cadby, C and Jones, SM and Wapstra, E, The adaptive nature of maternal basking behaviour, 2nd Wollongong Workshop in Evolutionary Ecology: Evolution of parental effects: Conceptual issues and empirical patterns, January 2008, Wollongong, Australia (2008) [Conference Extract] 
Wapstra, E and Cadby, C and While, GM and Sinn, DL and Uller, T, Climate effects in birth dates and offspring sex ratios in two natural populations of a viviparous skink, Niveoscincus ocellatus, International Evolution Meeting, June 2007, International Evolution Meeting, New Zealand (2007) [Conference Extract] 
Cadby, C and Jones, SM and Wapstra, E, The consequences of environmental maternal effects on the spotted snow skink (Niveoscincus ocellatus) offspring, Australian Society of Herpetologists Annual Conference, December 2007, Albany WA, Australia (2007) [Conference Extract] 

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