William E Feeney
William E Feeney
Max Planck Institute for Ornithology and Griffith University
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Animal personality: what are behavioural ecologists measuring?
AJ Carter, WE Feeney, HH Marshall, G Cowlishaw, R Heinsohn
Biological Reviews 88 (2), 465-475, 2013
The frontline of avian brood parasite–host coevolution
WE Feeney, JA Welbergen, NE Langmore
Animal Behaviour 84 (1), 3-12, 2012
Advances in the study of coevolution between avian brood parasites and their hosts
WE Feeney, JA Welbergen, NE Langmore
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 45, 227-246, 2014
Brood parasitism and the evolution of cooperative breeding in birds
WE Feeney, I Medina, M Somveille, R Heinsohn, ML Hall, RA Mulder, ...
science 342 (6165), 1506-1508, 2013
High rate of prey consumption in a small predatory fish on coral reefs
WE Feeney, OM Lönnstedt, Y Bosiger, J Martin, GP Jones, RJ Rowe, ...
Coral Reefs 31 (3), 909-918, 2012
Learned recognition of brood parasitic cuckoos in the superb fairy-wren Malurus cyaneus
NE Langmore, WE Feeney, J Crowe-Riddell, H Luan, KM Louwrens, ...
Behavioral Ecology 23 (4), 798-805, 2012
Social learning of a brood parasite by its host
WE Feeney, NE Langmore
Biology Letters 9 (4), 20130443, 2013
Phenotypic plasticity confers multiple fitness benefits to a mimic
F Cortesi, WE Feeney, MCO Ferrari, PA Waldie, GAC Phillips, ...
Current Biology 25 (7), 949-954, 2015
“Jack-of-all-trades” egg mimicry in the brood parasitic Horsfield’s bronze-cuckoo?
WE Feeney, MC Stoddard, RM Kilner, NE Langmore
Behavioral Ecology 25 (6), 1365-1373, 2014
Taking a comparative approach: analysing personality as a multivariate behavioural response across species
AJ Carter, WE Feeney
PLoS One 7 (7), e42440, 2012
Evidence for aggressive mimicry in an adult brood parasitic bird, and generalized defences in its host
WE Feeney, J Troscianko, NE Langmore, CN Spottiswoode
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1810), 20150795, 2015
Changes in abundance of fish-parasitic gnathiid isopods associated with warm-water bleaching events on the northern Great Barrier Reef
PC Sikkel, MA Richardson, D Sun, P Narvaez, WE Feeney, AS Grutter
Coral Reefs 38 (4), 721-730, 2019
Using insights from animal behaviour and behavioural ecology to inform marine conservation initiatives
RM Brooker, WE Feeney, JR White, RP Manassa, JL Johansen, ...
Animal behaviour 120, 211-221, 2016
Superb Fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus) increase vigilance near their nest with the perceived risk of brood parasitism
WE Feeney, NE Langmore
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 132 (2), 359-364, 2015
Monogamy without parental care? Social and genetic mating systems of avian brood parasites
WE Feeney, C Riehl
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1769), 20180201, 2019
Equivalent cleaning in a juvenile facultative and obligate cleaning wrasse: an insight into the evolution of cleaning in labrids?
AS Grutter, WE Feeney
Coral Reefs 35 (3), 991-997, 2016
Nest destruction elicits indiscriminate con‐versus heterospecific brood parasitism in a captive bird
RC Shaw, WE Feeney, ME Hauber
Ecology and evolution 4 (23), 4500-4504, 2014
Predation drives recurrent convergence of an interspecies mutualism
WE Feeney, RM Brooker, LN Johnston, JDJ Gilbert, M Besson, D Lecchini, ...
Ecology letters 22 (2), 256-264, 2019
Comparative diversity of anemone-associated fishes and decapod crustaceans in a Belizean coral reef and seagrass system
RM Brooker, WE Feeney, TL Sih, MCO Ferrari, DP Chivers
Marine Biodiversity 49 (6), 2609-2620, 2019
Evidence of adaptations and counter-adaptations before the parasite lays its egg: the frontline of the arms race
WE Feeney
Avian brood parasitism, 307-324, 2017
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