Philip W. Bateman
Philip W. Bateman
Associate Professor, School of Molecular & Life Sciences, Curtin University, W. Australia
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Big city life: carnivores in urban environments
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Journal of Zoology 287 (1), 1-23, 2012
To cut a long tail short: a review of lizard caudal autotomy studies carried out over the last 20 years
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Journal of zoology 277 (1), 1-14, 2009
Leave it all behind: a taxonomic perspective of autotomy in invertebrates
PA Fleming, D Muller, PW Bateman
Biological Reviews 82 (3), 481-510, 2007
Evolution and maintenance of social status-signaling badges
MJ Whiting, KA Nagy, PW Bateman
Lizard social behavior, 47-82, 2003
Male size and sequential mate preference in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus
PW Bateman, LN Gilson, JWH Ferguson
Animal Behaviour 61 (3), 631-637, 2001
What drives human–carnivore conflict in the North West Province of South Africa?
M Thorn, M Green, F Dalerum, PW Bateman, DM Scott
Biological Conservation 150 (1), 23-32, 2012
Experimental alteration of litter sex ratios in a mammal
EZ Cameron, PR Lemons, PW Bateman, NC Bennett
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1632), 323-327, 2008
Estimating brown hyaena occupancy using baited camera traps
M Thorn, DM Scott, M Green, PW Bateman, EZ Cameron
South African Journal of Wildlife Research-24-month delayed open access 39 …, 2009
Are negative effects of tourist activities on wildlife over-reported? A review of assessment methods and empirical results
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Biological Conservation 211, 10-19, 2017
The relative performance of sampling methods for native bees: an empirical test and review of the literature
KS Prendergast, MHM Menz, KS Dixon, PW Bateman
Ecosphere 11, 2020
The good, the bad, and the ugly: which Australian terrestrial mammal species attract most research?
PA Fleming, PW Bateman
Mammal Review 46, 241-254, 2016
Mate preference for novel partners in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus
PW Bateman
Ecological entomology 23 (4), 473-475, 1998
A different kind of ecological modelling: the use of clay model organisms to explore predator–prey interactions in vertebrates
PW Bateman, PA Fleming, AK Wolfe
Journal of Zoology 301, 251-262, 2017
Does human pedestrian behaviour influence risk assessment in a successful mammal urban adapter?
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Journal of Zoology 294 (2), 93-98, 2014
Who are you looking at? Hadeda ibises use direction of gaze, head orientation and approach speed in their risk assessment of a potential predator
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Journal of Zoology 285 (4), 316-323, 2011
Males are selective too: mating, but not courtship, with sequential females influences choosiness in male field crickets (Gryllus bimaculatus)
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59 (4), 577-581, 2006
Brown hyaenas on roads: estimating carnivore occupancy and abundance using spatially auto-correlated sign survey replicates
M Thorn, M Green, PW Bateman, S Waite, DM Scott
Biological Conservation 144 (6), 1799-1807, 2011
Frequency of tail loss reflects variation in predation levels, predator efficiency, and the behaviour of three populations of brown anoles
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 103 (3), 648-656, 2011
Direct and indirect costs of limb autotomy in field crickets, Gryllus bimaculatus
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Animal behaviour 69 (1), 151-159, 2005
The ecology and evolution of autotomy
Z Emberts, I Escalante, PW Bateman
Biological Reviews, 2019
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