Thomas Hossie
Thomas Hossie
Assistant Professor, Trent University
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Morphological and behavioural responses of frog tadpoles to perceived predation risk: A possible role for corticosterone mediation?
TJ Hossie, B Ferland-Raymond, G Burness, DL Murray
Ecoscience 17 (1), 100-108, 2010
You can’t run but you can hide: refuge use in frog tadpoles elicits density-dependent predation by dragonfly larvae
TJ Hossie, DL Murray
Oecologia 163 (2), 395-404, 2010
Body size affects the evolution of eyespots in caterpillars
TJ Hossie, J Skelhorn, JW Breinholt, AY Kawahara, TN Sherratt
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (21), 6664-6669, 2015
Defensive posture and eyespots deter avian predators from attacking caterpillar models
TJ Hossie, TN Sherratt
Animal Behaviour 86 (2), 383-389, 2013
Determinants and co‐expression of anti‐predator responses in amphibian tadpoles: a meta‐analysis
T Hossie, K Landolt, DL Murray
Oikos 126 (2), 2017
Eyespots interact with body colour to protect caterpillar-like prey from avian predators
TJ Hossie, TN Sherratt
Animal Behaviour, 2012
Improving the assessment of predator functional responses by considering alternate prey and predator interactions
K Chan, S Boutin, TJ Hossie, CJ Krebs, M O'Donoghue, DL Murray
Ecology 98 (7), 1787-1796, 2017
Spatial arrangement of prey affects the shape of ratio‐dependent functional response in strongly antagonistic predators
TJ Hossie, DL Murray
Ecology 97 (4), 834-841, 2016
The evolution of peer review as a basis for scientific publication: directional selection towards a robust discipline?
C Ferreira, G Bastille‐Rousseau, AM Bennett, EH Ellington, C Terwissen, ...
Biological Reviews 91 (3), 597-610, 2016
Assessing behavioural and morphological responses of frog tadpoles to temporal variability in predation risk
TJ Hossie, DL Murray
Journal of Zoology 288 (4), 275-282, 2012
Does defensive posture increase mimetic fidelity of caterpillars with eyespots to their putative snake models?
TJ Hossie, TN Sherratt
Current Zoology 60 (1), 76-89, 2014
Species with a chemical defence, but not chemical offence, live longer
TJ Hossie, C Hassall, W Knee, TN Sherratt
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (7), 1598-1602, 2013
Multicomponent deceptive signals reduce the speed at which predators learn that prey are profitable
J Skelhorn, GG Holmes, TJ Hossie, TN Sherratt
Behavioral Ecology 27 (1), 141-147, 2016
Sexual and seasonal dimorphism in adult adfluvial bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus)
JM Nitychoruk, LFG Gutowsky, PM Harrison, TJ Hossie, M Power, ...
Canadian journal of zoology 91 (7), 480-488, 2013
J Skelhorn, GG Holmes, TJ Hossie, TN Sherratt
Current Biology 26 (2), R52-R54, 2016
The position of eyespots and thickened segments influence their protective value to caterpillars
J Skelhorn, G Dorrington, TJ Hossie, TN Sherratt
Behavioral ecology 25 (6), 1417-1422, 2014
An eyespot that “blinks”: an open and shut case of eye mimicry in Eumorpha caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)
TJ Hossie, TN Sherratt, DH Janzen, W Hallwachs
Journal of natural history 47 (45-46), 2915-2926, 2013
A molecular phylogeny of Eumorpha (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) and the evolution of anti‐predator larval eyespots
FV Ponce, JW Breinholt, T Hossie, JR Barber, DH Janzen, W Hallwachs, ...
Systematic Entomology 40 (2), 401-408, 2015
Effects of Structural Refuge and Density on Foraging Behaviour and Mortality of Hungry Tadpoles Subject to Predation Risk
TJ Hossie, DL Murray
Ethology, 2011
The evolution and ecology of multiple antipredator defences
DW Kikuchi, WL Allen, K Arbuckle, TG Aubier, ES Briolat, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 36 (7), 975-991, 2023
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