Michael Crossland
Michael Crossland
Research Associate, The University of Sydney
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Effect of low dissolved oxygen on survival, emergence, and drift of tropical stream macroinvertebrates
NM Connolly, MR Crossland, RG Pearson
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 23 (2), 251-270, 2004
Larger body size at metamorphosis enhances survival, growth and performance of young cane toads (Rhinella marina)
E Cabrera-Guzmán, MR Crossland, GP Brown, R Shine
PloS one 8 (7), e70121, 2013
Ontogenetic Variation in the Chemical Defenses of Cane Toads (Bufo marinus): Toxin Profiles and Effects on Predators
RA Hayes, MR Crossland, M Hagman, RJ Capon, R Shine
Journal of chemical ecology 35, 391-399, 2009
Evaluation of the toxicity of eggs, hatchlings and tadpoles of the introduced toad Bufo marinus (Anura: Bufonidae) to native Australian aquatic predators
Australian Journal of Ecology 23 (2), 129-137, 1998
An assessment of the introduced mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis holbrooki) as a predator of eggs, hatchlings and tadpoles of native and non-native anurans
S Komak, MR Crossland
Wildlife Research 27 (2), 185-189, 2000
Mass mortality of native anuran tadpoles in tropical Australia due to the invasive cane toad (Bufo marinus)
MR Crossland, GP Brown, M Anstis, CM Shilton, R Shine
Biological Conservation 141 (9), 2387-2394, 2008
Direct and indirect effects of the introduced toad Bufo marinus (Anura: Bufonidae) on populations of native anuran larvae in Australia
MR Crossland
Ecography 23 (3), 283-290, 2000
Population biology of Bufo marinus in northern Australia
RA Alford, MP Cohen, MR Crossland, MN Hearnden, L Schwarzkopf
Wetland research in the wet-dry tropics of Australia, 173-181, 1995
Ability of predatory native Australian fishes to learn to avoid toxic larvae of the introduced toad Bufo marinus
MR Crossland
Journal of Fish Biology 59 (2), 319-329, 2001
Cues for cannibalism: cane toad tadpoles use chemical signals to locate and consume conspecific eggs
MR Crossland, R Shine
Oikos 120 (3), 327-332, 2011
Exploiting intraspecific competitive mechanisms to control invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina)
MR Crossland, T Haramura, AA Salim, RJ Capon, R Shine
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1742), 3436-3442, 2012
Why be a cannibal? The benefits to cane toad, Rhinella marina [= Bufo marinus], tadpoles of consuming conspecific eggs
MR Crossland, MN Hearnden, L Pizzatto, RA Alford, R Shine
Animal Behaviour 82 (4), 775-782, 2011
Effects of Bufo (Anura: Bufonidae) toxins on tadpoles from native and exotic Bufo habitats
MR Crossland, C Azevedo-Ramos
Herpetologica, 192-199, 1999
Ontogenetic variation in toxicity of tadpoles of the introduced toad Bufo marinus to native Australian aquatic invertebrate predators
MR Crossland
Herpetologica, 364-369, 1998
Embryonic exposure to conspecific chemicals suppresses cane toad growth and survival
MR Crossland, R Shine
Biology Letters 8 (2), 226-229, 2012
Foraging responses of predators to novel toxic prey: effects of predator learning and relative prey abundance
DWM Nelson, MR Crossland, R Shine
Oikos 120 (1), 152-158, 2011
Indirect ecological impacts of an invasive toad on predator–prey interactions among native species
DWM Nelson, MR Crossland, R Shine
Biological Invasions 12, 3363-3369, 2010
Impact of the invasive cane toad (Bufo marinus) on an Australian frog (Opisthodon ornatus) depends on minor variation in reproductive timing
MR Crossland, RA Alford, R Shine
Oecologia 158, 625-632, 2009
A comparison of cane toad and native tadpoles as predators of native anuran eggs, hatchlings and larvae
MR Crossland
Wildlife Research 25 (4), 373-381, 1998
Predation on the eggs and larvae of invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) by native aquatic invertebrates in tropical Australia
E Cabrera-Guzmán, MR Crossland, R Shine
Biological Conservation 153, 1-9, 2012
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