Ricky Spencer
Ricky Spencer
School of Science, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University
Verified email at uws.edu.au
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Experimentally testing nest site selection: fitness trade‐offs and predation risk in turtles
RJ Spencer
Ecology 83 (8), 2136-2144, 2002
2052002
The significance of predation in nest site selection of turtles: an experimental consideration of macro‐and microhabitat preferences
RJ Spencer, MB Thompson
Oikos 102 (3), 592-600, 2003
1262003
Climate and predation dominate juvenile and adult recruitment in a turtle with temperature‐dependent sex determination
LE Schwanz, RJ Spencer, RM Bowden, FJ Janzen
Ecology 91 (10), 3016-3026, 2010
952010
The diet and digestive energetics of an Australian short-necked turtle, Emydura macquarii
RJ Spencer, MB Thompson, ID Hume
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 1998
851998
Experimental analysis of the impact of foxes on freshwater turtle populations
RJ SPENCER, MB Thompson
Conservation Biology 19 (3), 845-854, 2005
842005
Hatch or wait? A dilemma in reptilian incubation
RJ Spencer, MB Thompson, PB Banks
Oikos 93 (3), 401-406, 2001
842001
Mechanism and cost of synchronous hatching
PL Colbert, RJ Spencer, FJ Janzen
Functional Ecology 24 (1), 112-121, 2010
602010
Adult free zones in small mammal populations: response of Australian native rodents to reduced cover
RJ Spencer, VC Cavanough, GS Baxter, MS Kennedy
Austral Ecology 30 (8), 868-876, 2005
492005
Effects of fire on the structure and composition of open eucalypt forests
RJ SPENCER, GS Baxter
Austral Ecology 31 (5), 638-646, 2006
472006
Growth patterns of two widely distributed freshwater turtles and a comparison of common methods used to estimate age
RJ Spencer
Australian Journal of Zoology 50 (5), 477-490, 2002
472002
Hatching behavior in turtles
RJ Spencer, FJ Janzen
Integrative and Comparative Biology 51 (1), 100-110, 2011
392011
Demographic consequences of adaptive growth and the ramifications for conservation of long-lived organisms
RJ Spencer, FJ Janzen
Biological Conservation 143 (9), 1951-1959, 2010
392010
Global conservation status of turtles and tortoises (Order Testudines)
AGJ Rhodin, CB Stanford, PP Van Dijk, C Eisemberg, L Luiselli, ...
Chelonian Conservation and Biology 17 (2), 135-161, 2018
382018
A comparative study of environmental factors that affect nesting in Australian and North American freshwater turtles
KD Bowen, RJ Spencer, FJ Janzen
Journal of Zoology 267 (4), 397-404, 2005
372005
Embryonic communication in the nest: metabolic responses of reptilian embryos to developmental rates of siblings
JK McGlashan, RJ Spencer, JM Old
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1734), 1709-1715, 2012
352012
Critically evaluating best management practices for preventing freshwater turtle extinctions
RJ Spencer, JU Van Dyke, MB Thompson
Conservation Biology 31 (6), 1340-1349, 2017
332017
Counterintuitive density‐dependent growth in a long‐lived vertebrate after removal of nest predators
RJ Spencer, FJ Janzen, MB Thompson
Ecology 87 (12), 3109-3118, 2006
332006
Clustering of related individuals in a population of the Australian lizard, Egernia frerei
SJ Fuller, CM Bull, K Murray, RJ Spencer
Molecular Ecology 14 (4), 1207-1213, 2005
282005
A novel hypothesis for the adaptive maintenance of environmental sex determination in a turtle
RJ Spencer, FJ Janzen
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1789), 20140831, 2014
242014
The Murray River turtle, Emydura macquarii: population dynamics, nesting ecology and impact of the introduced red fox, Vulpes vulpes
RJ Spencer
University of Sydney. Biological Sciences, 2000
242000
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