John Llewelyn
John Llewelyn
Global Ecology Lab, Flinders University
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Locomotor performance in an invasive species: cane toads from the invasion front have greater endurance, but not speed, compared to conspecifics from a long-colonised area
J Llewelyn, BL Phillips, RA Alford, L Schwarzkopf, R Shine
Oecologia 162, 343-348, 2010
The potential for rapid evolution under anthropogenic climate change
RA Catullo, J Llewelyn, BL Phillips, CC Moritz
Current Biology 29 (19), R996-R1007, 2019
Heat hardening in a tropical lizard: geographic variation explained by the predictability and variance in environmental temperatures
BL Phillips, MM Munoz, A Hatcher, SL Macdonald, J Llewelyn, V Lucy, ...
Functional Ecology 30 (7), 1161-1168, 2016
Intraspecific variation in climate‐relevant traits in a tropical rainforest lizard
J Llewelyn, SL Macdonald, A Hatcher, C Moritz, BL Phillips
Diversity and Distributions 22 (10), 1000-1012, 2016
Adjusting to climate: acclimation, adaptation and developmental plasticity in physiological traits of a tropical rainforest lizard
J Llewelyn, SL Macdonald, C Moritz, F Martins, A Hatcher, BL Phillips
Integrative Zoology 13 (4), 411-427, 2018
Adaptation or preadaptation: why are keelback snakes (Tropidonophis mairii) less vulnerable to invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) than are other Australian …
J Llewelyn, BL Phillips, GP Brown, L Schwarzkopf, RA Alford, R Shine
Evolutionary Ecology 25, 13-24, 2011
Peripheral isolates as sources of adaptive diversity under climate change
SL Macdonald, J Llewelyn, C Moritz, BL Phillips
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 88, 2017
Do evolutionary constraints on thermal performance manifest at different organizational scales?
BL Phillips, J Llewelyn, A Hatcher, S Macdonald, C Moritz
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (12), 2687-2694, 2014
Heritability of climate-relevant traits in a rainforest skink
F Martins, L Kruuk, J Llewelyn, C Moritz, B Phillips
Heredity 122 (1), 41-52, 2019
Thermoregulatory behaviour explains countergradient variation in the upper thermal limit of a rainforest skink
J Llewelyn, S Macdonald, A Hatcher, C Moritz, BL Phillips
Oikos 126 (5), 748-757, 2017
Something different for dinner? Responses of a native Australian predator (the keelback snake) to an invasive prey species (the cane toad)
J Llewelyn, L Schwarzkopf, R Alford, R Shine
Biological Invasions 12, 1045-1051, 2010
After the crash: How do predators adjust following the invasion of a novel toxic prey type?
J Llewelyn, L Schwarzkopf, BL Phillips, R Shine
Austral Ecology 39 (2), 190-197, 2014
Behavioural responses of carnivorous marsupials (Planigale maculata) to toxic invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus)
J Llewelyn, JK Webb, L Schwarzkopf, R Alford, R Shine
Austral Ecology 35 (5), 560-567, 2010
Sublethal costs associated with the consumption of toxic prey by snakes
JS Llewelyn, BL Phillips, R Shine
Austral Ecology 34 (2), 179-184, 2009
Ontogenetic shifts in a prey’s chemical defences influence feeding responses of a snake predator
J Llewelyn, K Bell, L Schwarzkopf, RA Alford, R Shine
Oecologia 169, 965-973, 2012
Thermal regimes and diel activity patterns of four species of small elapid snakes from south-eastern Australia
J Llewelyn, R Shine, JK Webb
Australian Journal of Zoology 53 (1), 1-8, 2005
Flexible defense: Context-dependent antipredator responses of two species of Australian elapid snakes
J Llewelyn, JK Webb, R Shine
Herpetologica 66 (1), 1-11, 2010
Using connectivity to identify climatic drivers of local adaptation
SL Macdonald, J Llewelyn, BL Phillips
Ecology Letters 21 (2), 207-216, 2018
Age-and size-dependent resistance to chytridiomycosis in the invasive cane toad Rhinella marina
LA Brannelly, G Martin, J Llewelyn, LF Skerratt, L Berger
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 131 (2), 107-120, 2018
Time of testing affects locomotor performance in nocturnal versus diurnal snakes
J Llewelyn, R Shine, JK Webb
Journal of Thermal Biology 31 (3), 268-273, 2006
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