Tasmin Rymer
Tasmin Rymer
University of the Witwatersrand, James Cook University
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Extinction or Survival? Behavioral Flexibility in Response to Environmental Change in the African Striped Mouse Rhabdomys
TL Rymer, N Pillay, C Schradin
Sustainability 5 (1), 163-186, 2013
A guide for ecologists: Detecting the role of disease in faunal declines and managing population recovery
ND Preece, SE Abell, L Grogan, A Wayne, LF Skerratt, P Van Oosterzee, ...
Biological Conservation 214, 136-146, 2017
Behavioural correlates of urbanisation in the Cape ground squirrel Xerus inauris
T Chapman, T Rymer, N Pillay
Naturwissenschaften 99, 893-902, 2012
Resilience to droughts in mammals: a conceptual framework for estimating vulnerability of a single species
TL Rymer, N Pillay, C Schradin
The Quarterly Review of Biology 91 (2), 133-176, 2016
Social transmission of information about novel food in two populations of the African striped mouse, Rhabdomys pumilio
T Rymer, C Schradin, N Pillay
Animal Behaviour 76 (4), 1297-1304, 2008
Habitat complexity, environmental change and personality: a tropical perspective
EMP Delarue, SE Kerr, TL Rymer
Behavioural processes 120, 101-110, 2015
The Development of Exploratory Behaviour in the African Striped Mouse Rhabdomys Reflects a Gene × Environment Compromise
TL Rymer, N Pillay
Behavior Genetics 42, 845-856, 2012
An integrated understanding of paternal care in mammals: lessons from the rodents
TL Rymer, N Pillay
Journal of Zoology 306 (2), 69-76, 2018
Recognising and defining a new crown clade within STROMBOIDEA Rafinesque, 1815 (MOLLUSCA, GASTROPODA)
SJ Maxwell, AM Dekkers, TL Rymer, BC Congdon
ZooKeys 867, 1, 2019
Problem solving in animals: proposal for an ontogenetic perspective
MK Rowell, N Pillay, TL Rymer
Animals 11 (3), 866, 2021
Pre-and postnatal dietary protein deficiency influences anxiety, memory and social behaviour in the African striped mouse Rhabdomys dilectus chakae
N Pillay, R Rimbach, T Rymer
Physiology & Behavior 161, 38-46, 2016
Towards Resolving the American and West African Strombidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Neostromboidae) Using Integrated Taxonomy.
SJ Maxwell, AM Dekkers, TL Rymer, BC Congdon
Festivus 52 (1), 2020
Behavioural divergence, interfertility and speciation: a review
N Pillay, TL Rymer
Behavioural processes 91 (3), 223-235, 2012
Transmission of parental care behavior in African striped mice, Rhabdomys pumilio
T Rymer, N Pillay
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology …, 2011
Fur characteristics of the African ice rat Otomys sloggetti robertsi: Modifications for an alpine existence
TL Rymer, AA Kinahan, N Pillay
Journal of Thermal Biology 32 (7-8), 428-432, 2007
The influence of the early rearing environment on the development of paternal care in African striped mice
TL Rymer, N Pillay
Ethology 117 (4), 284-293, 2011
Variation in venom composition in the Australian funnel-web spiders Hadronyche valida
LH Duran, TL Rymer, DT Wilson
Toxicon: X 8, 100063, 2020
The role of olfactory genes in the expression of rodent paternal care behavior
TL Rymer
Genes 11 (3), 292, 2020
Separation at weaning from the family is stressful for naturally group-living, but not solitary-living, male African striped mice Rhabdomys
M Mackay, TL Rymer, N Pillay
Stress 17 (3), 266-274, 2014
Exploration influences problem solving in the fawn‐footed mosaic‐tailed rat (Melomys cervinipes)
MK Rowell, TL Rymer
Ethology 127 (7), 592-604, 2021
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