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Mary Whitehouse
Mary Whitehouse
Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO
Verified email at csiro.au
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Urbanization and spider diversity: influences of human modification of habitat structure and productivity
E Shochat, WL Stefanov, MEA Whitehouse, SH Faeth
Urban Ecology: An International Perspective on the Interaction Between†…, 2008
2962008
A Comparison of Arthropod Communities in Transgenic Bt and Conventional Cotton in Australia
MEA Whitehouse, LJ Wilson, GP Fitt
Environmental entomology 34 (5), 1224-1241, 2005
2222005
Experience influences male–male contests in the spiderArgyrodes antipodiana (Theridiidae: Araneae)
MEA Whitehouse
Animal Behaviour 53 (5), 913-923, 1997
2041997
The functions of societies and the evolution of group living: spider societies as a test case
MEA Whitehouse, Y Lubin
Biological Reviews 80 (3), 347-361, 2005
1792005
The Earth’s magnetic field and visual landmarks steer migratory flight behavior in the nocturnal Australian Bogong moth
D Dreyer, B Frost, H Mouritsen, A GŁnther, K Green, M Whitehouse, ...
Current Biology 28 (13), 2160-2166. e5, 2018
1282018
Ant wars: combat strategies, territory and nest defence in the leaf-cutting antAtta laevigata
MEA Whitehouse, K Jaffe
Animal Behaviour 51 (6), 1207-1217, 1996
1271996
The management of insect pests in Australian cotton: an evolving story
LJ Wilson, MEA Whitehouse, GA Herron
Annual Review of Entomology 63, 215-237, 2018
1012018
Density-dependent habitat selection in migratory passerines during stopover: what causes the deviation from IFD?
E Shochat, Z Abramsky, B Pinshow, MEA Whitehouse
Evolutionary Ecology 16, 469-488, 2002
962002
The biology of New Zealand and Queensland pirate spiders (Araneae, Mimetidae): aggressive mimicry, araneophagy and prey specialization
RR Jackson, MEA Whitehouse
Journal of Zoology 210 (2), 279-303, 1986
901986
The foraging behaviours of Argyrodes antipodiana (Theridiidae), a kleptoparasitic spider from New Zealand
MEA Whitehouse
New Zealand journal of zoology 13 (2), 151-168, 1986
801986
Corrigendum to: Target and non-target effects on the invertebrate community of Vip cotton, a new insecticidal transgenic
MEA Whitehouse, LJ Wilson, GA Constable
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 58 (4), 383-383, 2007
792007
IPM in the transgenic era: a review of the challenges from emerging pests in Australian cotton systems
L Wilson, S Downes, M Khan, M Whitehouse, G Baker, P Grundy, S Maas
Crop and Pasture Science 64 (8), 737-749, 2013
712013
Competitive foraging in the social spider Stegodyphus dumicola
MEA Whitehouse, Y Lubin
Animal Behaviour 58 (3), 677-688, 1999
711999
The benefits of stealing from a predator: foraging rates, predation risk, and intraspecific aggression in the kleptoparasitic spider Argyrodes antipodiana
MEA Whitehouse
Behavioral Ecology 8 (6), 665-667, 1997
671997
Are arthropod communities in cotton really disrupted? An assessment of insecticide regimes and evaluation of the beneficial disruption index
S Mansfield, ML Dillon, MEA Whitehouse
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 113 (1-4), 326-335, 2006
602006
Multiple recombination events between two cytochrome P450 loci contribute to global pyrethroid resistance in Helicoverpa armigera
TK Walsh, N Joussen, K Tian, A McGaughran, CJ Anderson, X Qiu, ...
PLoS One 13 (11), e0197760, 2018
552018
Argyrodes phylogeny, sociality and interspecific interactions—a report on the Argyrodes symposium, Badplaas 2001
M Whitehouse, I Agnarsson, T Miyashita, D Smith, K Cangialosi, ...
The Journal of Arachnology 30 (2), 238-245, 2002
512002
The influence of scale and patchiness on spider diversity in a semi‐arid environment
MEA Whitehouse, E Shochat, M Shachak, Y Lubin
Ecography 25 (4), 395-404, 2002
482002
Nestmate recognition in the leaf-cutting antAtta laevigata
MEA Whitehouse, K Jaffe
Insectes Sociaux 42, 157-166, 1995
441995
Food consumption rates and competition in a communally feeding social spider, Stegodyphus dumicola (Eresidae)
N Amir, MEA Whitehouse, Y Lubin
The Journal of Arachnology 28 (2), 195-200, 2000
432000
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