J Dale Roberts
J Dale Roberts
Emeritus Professor, School of Biological Sciences, University of Western Australia
Verified email at uwa.edu.au
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Sperm competition selects for increased testes mass in Australian frogs
PG Byrne, JD Roberts, LW Simmons
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15 (3), 347-355, 2002
1792002
Sperm competition and the evolution of gamete morphology in frogs
PG Byrne, LW Simmons, J Dale Roberts
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
1682003
Commercial honey bees (Apis mellifera) reduce the fecundity of an Australian native bee (Hylaeus alcyoneus)
DR Paini, JD Roberts
Biological conservation 123 (1), 103-112, 2005
1182005
Parasite loads in parthenogenetic and sexual lizards (Heteronotia binoei) : support for the Red Queen hypothesis
C Moritz, H McCallum, S Donnellan, JD Roberts
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1991
1081991
Biogeography and speciation of terrestrial fauna in the south‐western Australian biodiversity hotspot
MG Rix, DL Edwards, M Byrne, MS Harvey, L Joseph, JD Roberts
Biological Reviews 90 (3), 762-793, 2015
1032015
Intrasexual selection and group spawning in quacking frogs (Crinia georgiana)
PG Byrne, JD Roberts
Behavioral Ecology 15 (5), 872-882, 2004
1022004
Simultaneous mating with multiple males reduces fertilization success in the myobatrachid frog Crinia georgiana
PG Byrne, JD Roberts
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
911999
Burrow building in seabird colonies: a soil-forming process in island ecosystems
WJ Bancroft, MJ Garkaklis, JD Roberts
Pedobiologia 49 (2), 149-165, 2005
842005
Molecular phylogeny of the Australian frog genera Crinia, Geocrinia, and allied taxa (Anura: Myobatrachidae)
K Read, JS Keogh, IAW Scott, JD Roberts, P Doughty
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 21 (2), 294-308, 2001
842001
Fitness consequences of variable maternal provisioning in quacking frogs (Crinia georgiana)
MA Dziminski, JD Roberts
Journal of evolutionary biology 19 (1), 144-155, 2006
832006
Synchronous polyandry and multiple paternity in the frogCrinia georgiana (Anura: Myobatrachidae)
JD ROBERTS, RJ STANDISH, PG BYRNE, P Doughty
Animal Behaviour 57 (3), 721-726, 1999
821999
Call matching in the quacking frog (Crinia georgiana)
HC Gerhardt, JD Roberts, MA Bee, JJ Schwartz
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 48 (3), 243-251, 2000
802000
Influence of Environmental Oxygen on Development and Hatching of Aquatic Eggs of the Australian Frog, Crinia georgiana
RS Seymour, JD Roberts, NJ Mitchell, AJ Blaylock
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 73 (4), 501-507, 2000
772000
Overview of the conservation status of Australian frogs
JM Hero, C Morrison, G Gillespie, JD Roberts, D Newell, E Meyer, ...
Pacific Conservation Biology 12 (4), 313-320, 2006
732006
Sperm competitiveness in frogs: slow and steady wins the race
MA Dziminski, JD Roberts, M Beveridge, LW Simmons
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1675), 3955-3961, 2009
712009
Sperm traits of the quacking frog, Crinia georgiana: intra-and interpopulation variation in a species with a high risk of sperm competition
A Hettyey, JD Roberts
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59 (3), 389-396, 2006
672006
Biogeographic barriers in a subdued landscape: the distribution of the Geocrinia rosea (Anura: Myobatrachidae) complex in south-western Australia
G Wardell-Johnson, JD Roberts
Journal of Biogeography, 95-108, 1993
611993
FITNESS CONSEQUENCES OF PARENTAL COMPATIBILITY IN THE FROG CRINIA GEORGIANA
MA Dziminski, JD Roberts, LW Simmons
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 62 (4), 879-886, 2008
602008
Molecular phylogenetics of the spider family Micropholcommatidae (Arachnida: Araneae) using nuclear rRNA genes (18S and 28S)
MG Rix, MS Harvey, JD Roberts
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 46 (3), 1031-1048, 2008
592008
Embryonic Respiration and Oxygen Distribution in Foamy and Nonfoamy Egg Masses of the Frog Limnodynastes tasmaniensis
RS Seymour, JD Roberts
Physiological zoology 64 (5), 1322-1340, 1991
591991
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