Duncan Mackay
Duncan Mackay
A/Prof; School of Biological Sciences, Flinders University
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Environmental factors influencing daily foraging activity of Vespula germanica (Hymenoptera, Vespidae) in Mediterranean Australia
ML Kasper, AF Reeson, DA Mackay, AD Austin
Insectes Sociaux 55, 288-295, 2008
Experimental studies on homing in the intertidal patellid limpetCellana tramoserica (Sowerby)
DA Mackay, AJ Underwood
Oecologia 30 (3), 215-237, 1977
Pre-and post-alighting host discrimination by Euphydryas editha butterflies: the behavioural mechanisms causing clumped distributions of egg clusters
MD Rausher, DA Mackay, MC Singer
Animal Behaviour 29 (4), 1220-1228, 1981
Importance of large colony size for successful invasion by Argentine ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): evidence for biotic resistance by native ants
AC Walters, DA Mackay
Austral Ecology 30 (4), 395-406, 2005
Prealighting search behavior and host plant selection by ovipositing Euphydryas editha butterflies
DA Mackay
Ecology 66 (1), 142-151, 1985
The basis of an apparent preference for isolated host plants by ovipositing Euptychia libye butterflies
Ecological Entomology 7 (3), 299-303, 1982
An experimental study of the relative humidity preference and survival of the Argentine ant, Linepithema humile (Hymenoptera, Formicidae): comparisons with a native Iridomyrmex …
AC Walters, DA Mackay
Insectes Sociaux 50, 355-360, 2003
Leaf shape and the host‐finding behaviour of two ovipositing monophagous butterfly species
DA Mackay, RE Jones
Ecological entomology 14 (4), 423-431, 1989
Patterns of ant and herbivore activity on five understory euphorbiaceous saplings in submontane Papua New Guinea
MA Whalen, DA Mackay
Biotropica, 294-300, 1988
Biology of the ornate angel shark (Squatina tergocellata) from the Great Australian Bight
NF Bridge, D Mackay, G Newton
Marine and Freshwater Research 49 (7), 679-686, 1998
Human disturbance and stride frequency in the sleepy lizard (Tiliqua rugosa): implications for behavioral studies
GD Kerr, CM Bull, D Mackay
Journal of Herpetology 38 (4), 519-526, 2004
Butterfly communities in South Australian urban reserves: Estimating abundance and diversity using the Pollard walk
N Collier, DA Mackay, K Benkendorff, AD Austin, SM Carthew
Austral Ecology 31 (2), 282-290, 2006
Aggregated flowering phenologies among three sympatric legumes–the degree of non-randomness and the effect of overlap on fruit set
CL Gross, DA Mackay, MA Whalen
Plant Ecology 148, 13-21, 2000
Is relative abundance a good indicator of population size? Evidence from fragmented populations of a specialist butterfly (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae)
N Collier, DA Mackay, K Benkendorff
Population Ecology 50, 17-23, 2008
Comparisons of upper thermal tolerances between the invasive Argentine ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and two native Australian ant species
AC Walters, DA Mackay
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 97 (5), 971-975, 2004
Groundwater dependent pools in seasonal and permanent streams in the Clare Valley of South Australia
E Bestland, A George, G Green, V Olifent, D Mackay, M Whalen
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 9, 216-235, 2017
Multiphase myrmecochory: the roles of different ant species and effects of fire
KP Beaumont, DA Mackay, MA Whalen
Oecologia 172, 791-803, 2013
Does soil seed bank diversity limit post-fire regeneration in small, fragmented, long-unburnt remnants of fire adapted vegetation?
RJP Davies, MA Whalen, DA Mackay, D Taylor, P Pisanu
Biological Conservation 158, 287-295, 2013
The effects of prescribed burning on epigaeic ant communities in eucalypt forest of South Australia
KP Beaumont, DA Mackay, MA Whalen
Forest ecology and management 271, 147-157, 2012
Combining distances of ballistic and myrmecochorous seed dispersal in Adriana quadripartita (Euphorbiaceae)
KP Beaumont, DA Mackay, MA Whalen
Acta Oecologica 35 (3), 429-436, 2009
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