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Prof Anne Magurran

Prof Anne Magurran
Professor


 

Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award

ERC Advanced Grant

Deputy Convenor Biology Panel Hong Kong RAE 2014

Board of Reviewing Editors, Science

Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Beverton Medal (FSBI) 2006

Research Group:

Dr Amy Deacon

Dr Hideyasu Shimadzu

Ms Faye Moyes

Ms Morelia Camacho-Cervantes

Mr Al Reeve

Ms Alessanda Rocha Kortz

Funded collaborations:

University of the West Indies, Trinidad
Mamiraua Sustainable Development Institute, Brazil

source: symbiosis

 

12 (of 12 published available) for aem1 with keyword Poecilia reticulata clear keyword filter. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Gradients in predation risk in a tropical river system Amy Elizabeth Deacon, Anne Magurran
Current Zoology 2018 vol.64 pp.213-221
Heterospecific shoaling in an invasive poeciliid: shared history does not affect shoal cohesion Jarome R. Ali, Amy Elizabeth Deacon, Keshan Mahabir, Indar W. Ramnarine, Anne Magurran
Animal Behaviour 2018 vol.138 pp.1-8
How pre- and postcopulatory sexual selection influence male mating decisions in a promiscuous species Ines Orfao, Alfredo Fernandez Ojanguren, Miguel Maria Borges Da Costa Guint Barbosa, Luis Vicente, Susana Varela, Anne Magurran
Animal Behaviour 2018 vol.136 pp.147-157
Predation pressure shapes brain anatomy in the wild Alexander Kotrschal, Amy E. Deacon, Anne Magurran, Niclas Kolm
Evolutionary Ecology 2017 vol.31 pp.619–633
From species to communities Amy Elizabeth Deacon, Hideyasu Shimadzu, Maria Dornelas, Indar W. Ramnarine, Anne Magurran
Ecology and Evolution 2015 vol.5 pp.5561-5572
Association tendency and preference for heterospecifics in an invasive species M. Camacho-Cervantes, Alfredo Fernandez Ojanguren, Amy Elizabeth Deacon, I. W. Ramnarine, Anne Magurran
Behaviour 2014 vol.151 pp.769-780
Exotic invaders gain foraging benefits by shoaling with native fish Constantino De Jesus Macias Garcia, Alfredo Fernandez Ojanguren, Anne Magurran
Royal Society Open Science 2014 vol.1
Forced monogamy in a multiply mating species does not impede colonisation success Amy Elizabeth Deacon, Miguel Maria Borges Da Costa Guint Barbosa, Anne Magurran
BMC Ecology 2014 vol.14
Interplay of temperature and light influences wild guppy (Poecilia reticulata) daily reproductive activity Al J. Reeve, Alfredo Fernandez Ojanguren, Amy Elizabeth Deacon, Hideyasu Shimadzu, Indar W. Ramnarine, Anne Magurran
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 2014 vol.111 pp.511-520
The influence of population mixing on newborn shoaling behaviour in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata) I. W. Ramnarine, Anne Magurran
Behaviour 2014 vol.151 pp.1479-1490
Reasons for the invasive success of a guppy (Poecilia reticulata) population in Trinidad Eva-Maria Willing, Margarete Hoffmann, Christine Dreyer, Indar Ramnarine, Anne Magurran
PLoS One 2012 vol.7
How reproductive ecology contributes to the spread of a globally invasive fish Amy Elizabeth Deacon, Indar W. Ramnarine, Anne Magurran
PLoS One 2011 vol.6

Contact

The Secretary
Scottish Oceans Institute
Institiud Chuantan na h-Alba
Gatty Marine Laboratory
East Sands St Andrews
KY16 8LB
Scotland
UK

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