Publications

(8) Roche, D. V., Cardilini, A. P. A., Lees, D., Maguire, G. S., Dann, P., Sherman, C. D. H., Weston, M. A. (2016) Human residential status and habitat quality affect the likelihood but not the success of lapwing breeding in an urban matrix. Science of The Total Environment, 556, 189 – 195

(7) Cardilini, A. P. A., Buchanan, K. L., Sherman, C. D. H., Cassey, P., Symonds, M. R. E. (2016), Tests of ecogeographical relationships in a non-native species: what rules avian morphology?. Oecologia, 181(3), 783 – 793

(6) Roche, D. V., Lees, D., Cardilini, A., Maguire, G. S., Dann, P., Weston, M. A. (2016), Pitfall trapping does not reliably index the diet or prey resources of Masked Lapwings. Wader Study, 123(1), 16 – 20

(5) Cardilini, A. P. A., Weston, M. A., Dann, P., Sherman, C. D. H. (2015), Sharing the Load: Role equity in the incubation of a monomorphic shorebird, the Masked Lapwing (Vanellus miles). The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 127(4), 730-733

(4) Lees, D., Weston, M. A., Sherman, C., Maguire, G., Dann, P., Cardilini, A. P., Tan, T. (2013), Occurrences of cooperative breeding in the masked lapwing ‘Vanellus miles‘. Victorian Naturalist, The, 129(1), 22

(3) Lees, D., Sherman, C. D. H., Maguire, G. S., Dann, P., Cardilini, A., Weston, M. A. (2013), Swooping in the suburbs; Parental defence of an abundant aggressive urban bird against humans. Animals, 3(3), 754 – 766

(2) Cardilini, A.P.A., Weston, M. A., Nimmo, D. G., Dann, P., & Sherman, C. D. H. (2013). Surviving in sprawling suburbs: Suburban environments represent high quality breeding habitat for a widespread shorebird. Landscape and Urban Planning, 115, 72 – 80.

(1) Cardilini, A. P., Ekanayake, K. B., & Weston, M. A. (2012). Little Ravens “Corvus mellori” hunt, kill and eat individuals of two species of shorebird. Victorian Naturalist, The, 129(1), 23 – 24.

 

 

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