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93. Tognetti PM, Prober SM, Báez S, Chaneton EJ, Firn J, Risch AC, Schuetz M, Simonsen A, Yahdjian L, Borer ET, Seabloom EW, Arnillas CA, Bakker JD, Brown CS, Cadotte MW, Caldeira MC, Daleo P, Dwyer J, Fay PA, Gherardi L, Hagenah N, Hautier Y, Komatsu KJ, McCulley RL, Price J, Standish RJ, Stevens C, Wragg PD, Sankaran M 2021. Nitrogen overrides positive effects of phosphorus on grassland legumes worldwide. PNAS, accepted 3 May 2021.
92. Daws MI, Standish RJ, Lambers L, Tibbett M 2021. Seeing the forest for the trees: fertiliser increases tree growth but decreases understorey diversity in the Northern Jarrah Forest, southwest Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 104: 5–9.
91. Fiedler S, Monteiro J, Hulvey K, Standish RJ, Perring MP, Tietjen B 2021. Global change shifts trade-offs among ecosystem functions in woodlands restored for multifunctionality. Journal of Applied Ecology, in press.
90. Daws MI, Walters SJ, Harris RJ, Tibbett M, Grigg AH, Morald TK, Hobbs RJ, Standish RJ 2021. Nutrient enrichment diminishes plant diversity and density, and alters long-term ecological trajectories, in a biodiverse forest restoration. Ecological Engineering 165: 106222.
89. Cowan EL, Standish RJ, Miller BP, Enright NJ, Fontaine JB 2021. A framework for measuring the effects of disturbance in restoration projects. Restoration Ecology e13379.
88. Monks L, Standish RJ, McArthur S, Dillon R, Byrne M, Coates D 2021. Genetic and mating system assessment of translocation success of the long-lived perennial shrub Lambertia orbifolia (Proteaceae). Restoration Ecology e13369.
87. Parkhurst T, Prober SM, Hobbs RJ, Standish RJ 2021. Global meta-analysis reveals incomplete recovery of soil conditions and invertebrate assemblages after ecological restoration in agricultural landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology, early view.
86. Manero A, Standish RJ, Young R 2021. Mine completion criteria defined by best-practice: a global meta-analysis and Western Australia case studies. Journal of Environmental Management 282: 111912
85. Falster D, Gallagher R, Wenk E, Wright I…. Standish RJ et al. 2021. AusTraits—a curated plant trait database for the Australian flora. BioRxiv preprint.
84. Stock E, Standish RJ, Muñoz-Rojas M, Bell RW, Erickson TE 2020. Field-deployed extruded seed pellets show promise for perennial grass establishment in arid zone mine rehabilitation. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8: 576125
83. Albornoz FE, Orchard S, Standish RJ, Dickie IA, Bending GD, Hilton S, Lardner T, Foster KJ, Gleeson DB, Bougoure J, Barbetti MJ, You MP, Ryan MH 2020. Evidence for niche differentiation in the environmental responses of co-occurring mucoromycotinian fine root endophytes and glomeromycotinian arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Microbial Ecology 81: 864–873.
82. Waryszak P, Standish RJ, Ladd PG, Enright NJ, Brundrett M, Fontaine JB 2020. Best served deep: the seedbank from salvaged topsoil underscores the role of the dispersal filter in restoration practice. Applied Vegetation Science 24: e12539.
81. Albornoz FE, Hayes PE, Orchard S, Clode PL, Nazeri N, Standish RJ, Dickie IA, Bending GD, Hilton S, Ryan MH 2020. First cryo-scanning electron microscopy images and X-ray microanalyses of mucoromycotinian fine root endophytes in vascular plants. Frontiers in Microbiology 11: 2018.
80. Standish RJ, Prober SM 2020. Potential benefits of biodiversity to Australian vegetation projects registered with the Emissions Reduction Fund—is there a carbon-biodiversity trade-off? Ecological Management and Restoration 21: 165–172.
79. Manero A, Young R, Kragt M, Standish RJ, Miller B, Jasper D, Boggs G 2020. A framework for developing completion criteria for mine closure and rehabilitation. Journal of Environmental Management 273: 111078.
78. Valentine LE, Shackelford N, Johnson BA, Craig MD, Perring MP, Hulvey KB, Hallett LM, Campbell R, Dudney J, Erickson TE, Harrop-Archibald H, Ramalho CE, Standish RJ 2020. Richard J. Hobbs: How one ecologist has influenced the way we think about restoration ecology. Restoration Ecology 28: 1042–1046.
77. Dornelles AZ, Boyd E, Nunes RJ, Asquith M, Boonstra WJ, Delabre I, Denney JM, Grimm V, Jentsch A, Nicholas KA, Schröter M, Seppelt R, Settele J, Shackelford N, Standish RJ, Yengoh GT, Oliver TH 2020. Towards a bridging concept for undesirable resilience in social-ecological systems. Global Sustainability 3: e20, 1–12.
76. Johnson BA, Standish RJ, Hobbs RJ 2020. Non-native plants and nitrogen addition have little effect on pollination and seed set in 3-year old restored woodland. Austral Ecology 45: 1156–1168.
75. Ochoa-Hueso R, Borer ET, Seabloom EW, Hobbie SE, Risch AC, Collins SL, Alberti J, Bahamonde HA, Brown CS, Caldeira MC, Daleo P, Dickman CR, Ebeling A, Eisenhauer N, Esch E, Eskelinen A, Fernández V, Güsewell S, Gutierrez-Larruga B, Hofmockel K, Laungani R, Lind E, López A, McCulley RL, Moore JL, Peri P, Power SA, Price JN, Prober SM, Roscher C, Sarneel JM, Schütz M, Siebert J, Standish RJ, Ayuso SV, Virtanen R, Wardle GM, Wiehl G, Yahdjian L, Zamin T 2020. Microbial processing of plant remains is co-limited by multiple nutrients in global grasslands. Global Change Biology 26: 4572–4582.
74. Eakin-Busher EL, Ladd PG, Fontaine JB, Standish RJ 2020. Mating strategies dictate importance of insect visits to native plants in urban fragments. Australian Journal of Botany 68: 26–36.
73. Weise H, Auge H, Baessler C, Bärlund I, Bennett EM, Berger U, Bohn F, Bonn A, Borchardt D, Brand F, Chatzinotas A, Corstanje R, De Laender F, Dietrich P, Dunker S, Durka W, Fazey I, Groeneveld J, Guilbaud CSE, Harms H, Harpole S, Harris J, Jax K, Jeltsch F, Johst K, Joshi J, Klotz S, Kühn I, Kuhlicke C, Müller B, Radchuk V, Reuter H, Rinke K, Schmitt-Jansen M, Seppelt R, Singer A, Standish RJ, Thulke HH, Tietjen B, Weitere M, Wirth C, Wolf C, Grimm V 2020. Resilience trinity: safeguarding ecosystem services across time horizons and decision contexts. Oikos 129: 445–456.
72. Ruthrof KX, Hopkins AJM, Danks M, O’Hara G, Bell R, Henry D, Standish RJ, Tibbett M, Howieson J, Burgess T, Harper R 2019. Rethinking soil water repellency and its management. Plant Ecology 220: 977–984.
71. Shackelford N, Murray SM, Bennett JR, Lilley PL, Starzomski BM, Standish RJ 2019. Ten years of pulling: Ecosystem recovery after long-term weed management in Garry oak savanna. Conservation Science and Practice 1: e92.
70. Daws MI, Grigg AH, Tibbett M, Standish RJ 2019. Enduring effects of large legumes and phosphorus fertiliser on jarrah forest restoration 15 years after bauxite mining. Forest Ecology and Management 438: 204–214.
69. Jellinek S, Wilson KA, Hagger V, Mumaw L, Cooke B, Guerrero AM, Erickson TE, Zamin T, Waryszak P, Standish RJ 2019. Integrating diverse social and ecological motivations to achieve landscape restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology 56: 246–252.
68. Birnbaum C, Morald TK, Tibbett M, Bennett RG, Standish RJ 2018. Effect of plant root symbionts on performance of native woody species in competition with an invasive grass in multispecies microcosms. Ecology and Evolution 8: 8652–8664.
67. Standish RJ, Gove AD, Daws MI, Renton M 2018. Nestedness patterns reveal impacts of reduced rainfall on seedling establishment in restored jarrah forest. Forest Ecology and Management 427: 242–249.
66. Paquette A, Hector A, Castagneyrol B, Vanhellemont M, Koricheva J, Scherer-Lorenzen M, Verheyen K, TreeDivNet 2018. A million and more trees for science. Nature Ecology and Evolution 2: 763–766.
65. Neuenkamp L, Prober SM, Price JN, Zobel M, Standish RJ 2019. Benefits of mycorrhizal inoculation to ecological restoration depend on plant functional type, restoration context and time. Fungal Ecology 40: 140–149.
64. Shackelford N, Standish RJ, Lindo Z, Starzomski B 2018. The role of landscape connectivity in resistance, resilience, and recovery of multi-trophic microarthropod communities. Ecology 99: 1164–1172.
63. Clement S, Standish RJ 2018. Novel ecosystems: governance and conservation in the age of the Anthropocene. Journal of Environmental Management 208: 36–45.
62. Hobbs RJ, Valentine L, Standish RJ, Jackson S 2018. Movers and stayers: novel assemblages in changing environments. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 33: 116–128.
61. Hautier Y, Isbell F, Borer E, Seabloom E, Harpole W, Lind E, MacDougall A, Stevens C, Adler P, Alberti J, Bakker J, Brudvig L, Buckley Y, Cadotte M, Caldeira M, Chaneton E, Chu C, Daleo P, Dickman C, Dwyer J, Eskelinen A, Fay P, Firn J, Hagenah N, Hillebrand H, Iribarne O, Kirkman K, Knops J, La Pierre K, McCulley R, Morgan J, Pärtel M, Pascual J, Price J, Prober S, Risch A, Sankaran M, Schuetz M, Standish R, Virtanen R, Wardle G, Yahdjian L, Hector A 2018. Local loss and spatial homogenization of plant diversity reduce ecosystem multifunctionality. Nature Ecology Evolution 2: 50–56.
60. Shackelford N, Standish RJ, Ripple W, Starzomski BM 2017. Threats to biodiversity from cumulative human impacts in one of North America’s last wildlife frontiers. Conservation Biology 32: 672–684.
59. Guerrero AM, Shoo L, Iacona G, Standish RJ, Catterall CP, Rumpff L, de Bie K, White Z, Matzek V, Wilson KA 2017. Using structured decision making to set restoration objectives when multiple values and preferences exist. Restoration Ecology 25: 858–865.
58. Trevenen E, Standish RJ, Price C, Hobbs RJ 2017. Restoration and resilience. In: Routledge Handbook of Ecological and Environmental Restoration. SK Allison and SD Murphy (eds). Routledge, UK.
57. Orozco-Aceves M, Tibbett M, Standish RJ 2017. Correlation between soil development and native plant growth in forest restoration after surface mining. Ecological Engineering 106: 209–218.
56. Orchard S, Standish RJ, Dickie IA, Renton M, Walker C, Ryan MH, Moot D 2017. Fine root endophytes under scrutiny: A review of the literature on arbuscule-producing fungi recently suggested to belong to the Mucoromycotina. Mycorrhiza 7: 619–638.
55. Shackelford N, Starzomski B, Banning N, Battaglia LL, Becker A, Bellingham P, Bestelmeyer B, Catford J, Dwyer J, Dynesius M, Gilmour J, Hallett LM, Hobbs RJ, Price J, Sasaki T, Tanner EVJ, Standish RJ 2017. Isolation predicts compositional change after discrete disturbances in a global meta-study. Ecography 40: 1256–1266.
54. Funk JL, Nguyen MA, Standish RJ, Stock WD, Valladares F 2016. Global resource acquisition patterns of invasive and native plant species do not hold at the regional scale in Mediterranean type ecosystems. Biological Invasions 19: 1143–1151.
53. Orchard S, Hilton S, Bending GD, Dickie IA, Standish RJ, Gleeson D, Jeffery RP, Powell JR, Walker C, Bass D, Monk J, Simonin A, Ryan MH 2017. Fine endophytes (Glomus tenue) are related to Mucoromycotina, not Glomeromycota. New Phytologist 213: 481–486.
52. Orchard S, Standish RJ, Nicol D, Dickie IA, Ryan MH 2017. Sample storage conditions alter colonisation structures of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and, particularly, fine root endophyte. Plant and Soil 412: 35–42
51. Tredennick AT, Adler PB, Grace JB, Harpole WS, Borer ET, Seabloom EW, Anderson TM, Bakker JD, Biederman LA, Brown CS, Buckley YM, Chu C, Collins SL, Crawley MJ, Fay PA, Firn J, Gruner DS, Hagenah N, Hautier Y, Hector A, Hillebrand H, Kirkman K, Knops JM, Laungani R, Lind EM, MacDougall AS, McCulley RL, Mitchell CE, Moore JL, Morgan JW, Orrock JL, Peri PL, Prober SM, Risch AC, Schütz M, Speziale KL, Standish RJ, Sullivan LL, Wardle GM, Williams RJ, Yang LH 2016. Comment on “Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness”. Science 351: 457.
50. Orchard S, Standish RJ, Nicol D, Gupta VVSR, Ryan MH 2016. The response of fine root endophyte (Glomus tenue) to waterlogging is dependent on host plant species and soil type. Plant and Soil 403: 305–315.
49. Funk JL, Standish RJ, Stock WD, Valladares F 2016. Comparison of plant functional traits of dominant native and invasive species in Mediterranean-climate ecosystems. Ecology 97: 75–83.
48. Harrop-Archibald H, Didham RK, Standish RJ, Tibbett M, Hobbs RJ 2016. Mechanisms linking fungal conditioning of leaf litter to detritivore feeding activity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 93: 119–130.
47. Daws MI, Standish RJ, Koch JM, Morald TK, Tibbett M, Hobbs RJ 2015. Phosphorus fertilisation and large legume species affect jarrah forest restoration after bauxite mining. Forest Ecology and Management 354: 10–17.
46. Perring MP, Standish RJ, Price JN, Craig MD, Erickson TE, Ruthrof KX, Whiteley AS, Valentine LE, Hobbs RJ 2015. Advances in restoration ecology: Rising to the challenges of the coming decades. Ecosphere 6 (8): article 131.
45. Perring MP, Jonson J, Freudenberger D, Parsons R, Rooney M, Hobbs RJ, Standish RJ 2015. Soil-vegetation type, stem density and species richness influence biomass of restored woodland in south-western Australia. Forest Ecology and Management 344: 53–62.
44. Orozco-Aceves M, Standish RJ, Tibbett M 2015. Soil conditioning and plant-soil feedbacks in a modified forest ecosystem are soil-context dependent. Plant and Soil 390: 183–194.
43. Orozco-Aceves M, Standish RJ, Tibbett M 2015. Long-term conditioning of soil by plantation eucalypts and pines does not affect growth of the native jarrah tree. Forest Ecology and Management 338: 92–99.
42. Standish RJ, Daws MI, Gove AD, Didham RK, Grigg AH, Koch JM, Hobbs RJ 2015. Long-term data suggest jarrah-forest establishment at restored mine sites is resistant to climate variability. Journal of Ecology 103: 78–89.
41. Denmead LH, Barker GM, Standish RJ, Didham RK 2015. Experimental evidence that even minor livestock trampling has severe effects on land snail communities in forest remnants. Journal of Applied Ecology 52: 161–170.
40. Hobbs RJ, Higgs ES, Hall CM, Bridgewater P, Chapin III FS, Ellis EC, Ewel JJ, Hallett LM, Harris JA, Hulvey KB, Jackson ST, Kennedy PL, Kueffer C, Lach L, Lanz TC, Lugo AE, Mascaro J, Murphy SD, Nelson CR, Perring MP, Richardson DM, Seastadt TR, Standish RJ, Starzomski BM, Suding KN, Tognetti PM, Yacob L, Yung L 2014. Managing the whole landscape: historical, hybrid and novel ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 557–564.
39. Trueman M, Standish RJ, Orellana D, Cabrera W 2014. Mapping the extent and spread of multiple plant invasions can help prioritise management in Galapagos National Park. Neobiota 23: 1–16.
38. Standish RJ, Hobbs RJ, Mayfield MM, Bestelmeyer BT, Suding KN, Battaglia LL, Eviner V, Hawkes CV, Temperton VM, Cramer VA, Harris JA, Funk JL, Thomas PA 2014. Resilience in ecology: Abstraction, distraction, or where the action is? Biological Conservation 177: 43–51.
37. Hallett LM, Standish RJ, Jonson J, Hobbs RJ 2014. Seedling emergence and summer survival after direct seeding for woodland restoration on old fields in south-western Australia. Ecological Management & Restoration 15: 140–146.
36. Standish RJ, Hulvey KB 2014. Co-benefits of planting species mixes in carbon projects. Ecological Management & Restoration 15: 26–29.
35. Trueman M, Standish RJ, Hobbs RJ 2014. Identifying management options for modified vegetation: Application of the novel ecosystems framework to a case study in the Galapagos Islands. Biological Conservation 172: 37–48.
34. Renton M, Shackelford N, Standish RJ 2014. How will climate variability interact with long-term climate change to affect the persistence of plant species in fragmented landscapes? Environmental Conservation 41: 110–121.
33. Daws MI, Standish RJ, Koch JM, Morald TK 2013. Nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer regime affect jarrah forest restoration after bauxite mining in Western Australia. Applied Vegetation Science 16: 610–618.
32. Hulvey KB, Hobbs RJ, Standish RJ, Lindenmayer DB, Lach L, Perring MP 2013. Benefits of tree-mixes in carbon plantings. Nature Climate Change 3: 869–874.
31. Standish RJ, Thompson A, Higgs ES, Murphy SD 2013. Concerns about novel ecosystems. In: Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs and CM Hall (eds). Wiley-Blackwell, UK.
30. Hallett LM, Standish RJ, Hulvey KB, Gardener MR, Suding KN, Starzomski BM, Murphy SD, Harris JA, Nelson CR 2013. Towards a conceptual framework for the management of novel ecosystems. In: Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs and CM Hall (eds). Wiley-Blackwell, UK.
29. Hulvey KB, Standish RJ, Hallett LM, Starzomski BM, Suding KN, Murphy SD, Nelson CR, Gardener MR, Kennedy P, Seastedt T 2013. Incorporating novel ecosystems into management frameworks. In: Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs and CM Hall (eds). Wiley-Blackwell, UK.
28. Perring MP, Manning P, Hobbs RJ,Lugo AE, Ramalho C, Standish RJ 2013. Novel urban ecosystems and ecosystem services. In: Novel Ecosystems: Intervening in the new ecological world order. RJ Hobbs, ES Higgs and CM Hall (eds). Wiley-Blackwell, UK.
27. Shackelford N, Hobbs RJ, Burgar JM, Erickson TE, Fontaine JB, Laliberté E, Ramahlo CE, Perring MP, Standish RJ 2013. Primed for change: Developing ecological restoration for the 21st Century. Restoration Ecology 21: 297–304.
26. Perring MP, Standish RJ and Hobbs RJ 2013. Incorporating novelty and novel ecosystems into restoration planning and practice in the 21st century. Ecological Processes 2: 18.
25. Renton M, Childs S, Standish RJ, Shackelford N 2013. Plant migration and persistence under climate change in fragmented landscapes: Does it depend on the key point of vulnerability within the lifecycle? Ecological Modelling 249: 50–58.
24. Standish RJ, Fontaine JB, Harris RJ, Stock WD, Hobbs RJ 2012. Interactive effects of altered rainfall and simulated nitrogen deposition on seedling establishment in a global biodiversity hotspot. Oikos 121: 2014–2025.
23. Standish RJ, Hobbs RJ, Miller JM 2012. Improving city life: options for ecological restoration in urban landscapes and how these might influence interactions between people and nature. Landscape Ecology 28: 1213–1221.
22. Renton M, Shackelford N, Standish RJ 2012. Habitat restoration will help some functional plant types persist under climate change in fragmented landscapes. Global Change Biology 18: 2057–2070.
21. Perring MP, Standish RJ, Hulvey KB, Lach L, Morald TK, Parsons R, Didham RK, Hobbs RJ 2012. The Ridgefield Multiple Ecosystem Services Experiment: Can restoration of former agricultural land achieve multiple outcomes? Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment 163:14–27.
20. Prober SM, Thiele KR, Rundel PW, Byrne M, Christidis L, Gosper CR, O’Connor MH, Grierson PF, Macfarlane C, Scott JK, Standish RJ, et al. 2012. Facilitating adaptation of biodiversity to climate change: a conceptual framework applied to the world’s largest Mediterranean-climate woodland. Climatic Change 110: 227–248
19. Hallett LM, Standish RJ, Hobbs RJ 2011. Seed mass and summer drought survival in a Mediterranean-climate ecosystem. Plant Ecology 212: 1479–1489.
18. Prober SM, Standish RJ, Wiehl G 2011. After the fence: Soil and vegetation condition in grazed, fenced and benchmark remnants of forb-rich eucalypt woodland. Australian Journal of Botany 59: 396–381.
17. Standish RJ and Hobbs RJ 2010. Restoration of OCBILs in south-western Australia: Response to Hopper. Plant and Soil 330:15–18.
16. Standish RJ, Cramer VA and Hobbs RJ 2008. Land-use legacy and the persistence of invasive Avena barbata on abandoned farmland. Journal of Applied Ecology 45: 1576–1583.
15. Cramer VA, Hobbs RJ, Standish RJ 2008. What’s new about old fields? Land abandonment and ecosystem assembly. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23: 104–112.
14. Standish RJ, Cramer VA and Yates CJ 2008. A revised state-and-transition model for the restoration of woodlands in Western Australia. New Models for Ecosystem Dynamics (eds R.J. Hobbs & K.N. Suding). Island Press, Washington, DC.
13. Standish RJ, Sparrow AD, Williams PA and Hobbs RJ 2008. A state-and-transition model for the recovery of abandoned farmland in New Zealand. New Models for Ecosystem Dynamics (eds R.J. Hobbs & K.N. Suding). Island Press, Washington, DC.
12. Harris RJ and Standish RJ 2008. Ant dispersal and predation affects the availability of seeds for old-field recolonisation in Western Australia. The Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 91: 301–312.
11. Standish RJ, VA Cramer, SL Wild and RJ Hobbs 2007. Seed dispersal and recruitment limitation are barriers to native recolonisation of old-fields in Western Australia. Journal of Applied Ecology 44: 435–445.
10. Cramer VA, RJ Standish and RJ Hobbs 2007. Western Australian old fields: Prospects for the recovery of native vegetation in an ancient and highly modified landscape. In Old Fields: Dynamics and Restoration of Abandoned Farmland, eds. VA Cramer and RJ Hobbs, Island Press, Washington, pp. 286–306.
9. Standish RJ, Stokes BA, Tibbett M, Hobbs RJ 2007. Seedling response to phosphate addition and inoculation with arbuscular mycorrhizas and the implications for old-field restoration in Western Australia. Environmental and Experimental Botany 61: 58–65.
8. Standish RJ, Cramer VA, Hobbs RJ and Kobryn HT 2006. Legacy of land-use evident in soils of Western Australia’s wheatbelt. Plant and Soil 280: 189–207.
7. Standish RJ 2004. Impact of an invasive clonal herb on epigaeic invertebrates in forest remnants in New Zealand. Biological Conservation 116: 49–58.
6. Standish RJ, Williams PA, Robertson AW, Scott NA, Hedderley DI 2004. Invasion by a perennial herb increases decomposition rate and alters nutrient availability in warm temperate lowland forest remnants. Biological Invasions 6: 71–81.
5. Standish RJ 2002. Experimenting with methods to control Tradescantia fluminensis. New Zealand Journal of Ecology 26: 161–170.
4. Standish RJ, Robertson AW, Williams PA 2001. The impact of an invasive weed Tradescantia fluminensis on native forest regeneration. Journal of Applied Ecology 38: 1253–1263.
3. Roberts JD, Standish RJ, Byrne PG, Doughty P 1999. Synchronous polyandry and multiple paternity in the frog Crinia georgiana (Anura: Myobatrachidae). Animal Behaviour 57: 721–726.
2. Ayre DJ, Hughes TP, Standish RJ 1997. Genetic differentiation, reproductive mode, and gene flow in the brooding coral Pocillopora damicornis along the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 159: 175–187.
1. Simmons LW, Teale RJ, Maier M, Standish RJ, Bailey WJ, Withers PC 1992. Some costs of reproduction for male bushcrickets, Requena verticalis (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) allocating resources to mate attraction and nuptial feeding. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 31: 57–62.