Rebecca J Fox
Rebecca J Fox
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Australian National University
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Quantifying herbivory across a coral reef depth gradient
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Marine Ecology Progress Series 339, 49-59, 2007
Remote video bioassays reveal the potential feeding impact of the rabbitfish Siganus canaliculatus (f: Siganidae) on an inner-shelf reef of the Great Barrier Reef
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Coral Reefs 27 (3), 605-615, 2008
Beyond buying time: the role of plasticity in phenotypic adaptation to rapid environmental change
RJ Fox, JM Donelson, C Schunter, T Ravasi, JD Gaitan-Espitia
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 374 …, 2019
Performance of remote acoustic receivers within a coral reef habitat: implications for array design
JQ Welsh, RJ Fox, DM Webber, DR Bellwood
Coral reefs 31 (3), 693-702, 2012
Unconstrained by the clock? Plasticity of diel activity rhythm in a tropical reef fish, Siganus lineatus
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Functional Ecology 25 (5), 1096-1105, 2011
Sediments and herbivory as sensitive indicators of coral reef degradation
CHR Goatley, RM Bonaldo, RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Ecology and Society 21 (1), 29, 2016
Estimating ecosystem function: contrasting roles of closely related herbivorous rabbitfishes (Siganidae) on coral reefs
RJ Fox, TL Sunderland, AS Hoey, DR Bellwood
Marine Ecology Progress Series 385, 261-269, 2009
Niche partitioning of feeding microhabitats produces a unique function for herbivorous rabbitfishes (Perciformes, Siganidae) on coral reefs
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Coral Reefs 32 (1), 13-23, 2013
Direct versus indirect methods of quantifying herbivore grazing impact on a coral reef
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Marine Biology 154 (2), 325-334, 2008
Herbivores in a small world: network theory highlights vulnerability in the function of herbivory on coral reefs
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Functional Ecology 28, 642-651, 2014
The effects of male age, sperm age and mating history on ejaculate senescence
R Vega‐Trejo, RJ Fox, M Iglesias‐Carrasco, ML Head, MD Jennions
Functional Ecology, doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.13305, 2019
‘Stick with your own kind, or hang with the locals?’ Implications of shoaling strategy for tropical reef fish on a range-expansion frontline
SM Smith, RJ Fox, DJ Booth, JM Donelson
Global Change Biology 24 (4), 1663-1672, 2018
Predicting range-shift success potential for tropical marine fishes using external morphology
SM Smith, RJ Fox, JM Donelson, ML Head, D Booth
Biology Letters 12 (9), DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2016.0505, 2016
Environmental change mediates mate choice for an extended phenotype, but not for mate quality
ML Head, RJ Fox, I Barber
Evolution 71 (1), 135-144, 2017
Herbivory by fishes on the Great Barrier Reef: A review of knowledge and understanding
C Cvitanovic, RJ Fox, DR Bellwood
Report to the Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility. Reef and …, 2007
Temperature influences habitat preference of coral reef fishes: Will generalists become more specialised in a warming ocean?
PA Matis, JM Donelson, S Bush, RJ Fox, DJ Booth
Global Change Biology 24 (7), 3158-3169, 2018
Sexual selection, phenotypic plasticity and female reproductive output
RJ Fox, L Fromhage, MD Jennions
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 374 …, 2019
Rabbitfish sentinels: first report of coordinated vigilance in conspecific marine fishes
RJ Fox, JM Donelson
Coral Reefs 33, 253, 2014
Why pair? Evidence of aggregative mating in a socially monogamous marine fish (Siganus doliatus, Siganidae)
RJ Fox, DR Bellwood, MD Jennions
Royal Society open science 2, 150252, 2015
No evidence that male sexual experience increases mating success in a coercive mating system
M Iglesias‐Carrasco, RJ Fox, A Vincent, ML Head, MD Jennions
Animal Behaviour, doi: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2019.02.012, 2019
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