Crystal Kelehear
Crystal Kelehear
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
Verified email at si.edu
TitleCited byYear
Parasites and pathogens lag behind their host during periods of host range advance
BL Phillips, C Kelehear, L Pizzatto, GP Brown, D Barton, R Shine
Ecology 91 (3), 872-881, 2010
1432010
Rhabdias pseudosphaerocephala infection in Bufo marinus: lung nematodes reduce viability of metamorph cane toads
C Kelehear, JK Webb, R Shine
Parasitology 136 (08), 919-927, 2009
682009
Effects of seasonal aridity on the ecology and behaviour of invasive cane toads in the Australian wet–dry tropics
GP Brown, C Kelehear, R Shine
Functional Ecology 25 (6), 1339-1347, 2011
612011
The early toad gets the worm: cane toads at an invasion front benefit from higher prey availability
GP Brown, C Kelehear, R Shine
Journal of Animal Ecology 82 (4), 854-862, 2013
522013
Rapid evolution of parasite life history traits on an expanding range‐edge
C Kelehear, GP Brown, R Shine
Ecology letters 15 (4), 329-337, 2012
482012
Influence of lung parasites on the growth rates of free-ranging and captive adult cane toads
C Kelehear, GP Brown, R Shine
Oecologia 165 (3), 585-592, 2011
442011
Corticosterone–immune interactions during captive stress in invading Australian cane toads (Rhinella marina)
SP Graham, C Kelehear, GP Brown, R Shine
Hormones and behavior 62 (2), 146-153, 2012
412012
Effects of tail autotomy on anti-predator behavior and locomotor performance in a nocturnal gecko
C Kelehear, JK Webb
Journal Information 2006 (4), 2006
322006
Using combined morphological, allometric and molecular approaches to identify species of the genus Raillietiella (Pentastomida)
C Kelehear, DM Spratt, S Dubey, GP Brown, R Shine
PloS one 6 (9), e24936, 2011
282011
Invasive parasites in multiple invasive hosts: the arrival of a new host revives a stalled prior parasite invasion
C Kelehear, GP Brown, R Shine
Oikos 122 (9), 1317-1324, 2013
252013
Host-parasite relationships during a biologic invasion: 75 years postinvasion, cane toads and sympatric Australian frogs retain separate lungworm faunas
L Pizzatto, C Kelehear, S Dubey, D Barton, R Shine
Journal of wildlife diseases 48 (4), 951-961, 2012
202012
Seasonal dynamics of the lungworm, Rhabdias pseudosphaerocephala, in recently colonised cane toad (Rhinella marina) populations in tropical Australia
L Pizzatto, C Kelehear, R Shine
International journal for parasitology 43 (9), 753-761, 2013
182013
Nematode larvae (Order Spirurida) in gastric tissues of Australian anurans: a comparison between the introduced cane toad and sympatric native frogs
C Kelehear, HI Jones
Journal of wildlife diseases 46 (4), 1126-1140, 2010
182010
Stress and immunity at the invasion front: a comparison across cane toad (Rhinella marina) populations
GP Brown, C Kelehear, CM Shilton, BL Phillips, R Shine
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116 (4), 748-760, 2015
162015
Pentastomids of wild snakes in the Australian tropics
C Kelehear, DM Spratt, D O’Meally, R Shine
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 3 (1), 20-31, 2014
152014
Interactions between infective helminth larvae and their anuran hosts
C Kelehear, JK Webb, M Hagman, R Shine
Herpetologica 67 (4), 378-385, 2011
132011
Inadvertent consequences of community‐based efforts to control invasive species
C Kelehear, E Cabrera‐Guzmán, R Shine
Conservation Letters 5 (5), 360-365, 2012
112012
Size and sex matter: infection dynamics of an invading parasite (the pentastome Raillietiella frenatus) in an invading host (the cane toad Rhinella marina)
C Kelehear, GP Brown, R Shine
Parasitology 139 (12), 1596-1604, 2012
112012
The impact of lungworm parasites on rates of dispersal of their anuran host, the invasive cane toad
GP Brown, C Kelehear, L Pizzatto, R Shine
Biological Invasions 18 (1), 103-114, 2016
102016
The effects of lung nematodes (Rhabdias cf. hylae) on metamorph cane toads (Chaunus marinus), and implications for biological control
C Kelehear
BSc Honours thesis. University of Sydney, Australia, 2007
102007
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