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37. Brunton Martin AL*, O’Hanlon JC & Gaskett AC (2020) Orchid sexual deceit affects pollinator sperm transfer. Functional Ecology. Link

36. AC Gaskett (2019) Testing for mimicry—An evolutionary biologist’s wish list. Functional Ecology 33 (9), 1580-1582 (invited commentary). Link

35. JR Stavert*, I Bartomeus, JR Beggs, AC Gaskett, DE Pattemore (2019) Plant species dominance increases pollination complementarity and plant reproductive function. Ecology 100 (9), e02749. Link

34. SMUP Mawalagedera*, MRE Symonds, DL Callahan, AC Gaskett & Nina Rønsted (2019) Combining evolutionary inference and metabolomics to identify plants with medicinal potential. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 267. Link

33. Campos IB*, Landers TJ, Lee KD*, Lee WG, Friesen MR*, Gaskett AC, & Ranjard L (2019). Assemblage of Focal Species Recognizers—AFSR: A technique for decreasing false indications of presence from acoustic automatic identification in a multiple species context. PloS One, 14(12). Link

32. AC Gaskett, RV Gallagher (2018) Orchid diversity: Spatial and climatic patterns from herbarium records. Ecology and Evolution 8 (22), 11235-11245. Link

31. MR Whitehead, AC Gaskett, SD Johnson (2018) Floral community predicts pollinators’ color preference: implications for Batesian floral mimicry. Behavioral Ecology 30 (1), 213-222. Link

30. H Schultz*, RJ Hohnhold, GA Taylor, SJ Bury, T Bliss, SMH Ismar, AC Gaskett, CD Millar, TE Dennis (2018) Non-breeding distribution and activity patterns in a temperate population of Brown Skua. Marine Ecology Progress Series 603, 215-226. Link

29. Stavert JR*, Pattemore D, Bartomeus I, Gaskett AC & Beggs J. (2018) Exotic flies maintain pollination services as native pollinators decline with agricultural intensification. Journal of Applied Ecology. 55(4):1737-1746. Link

28. Brunton Martin, AL*, Gaskett AC, & Friesen MR*, (2018). Feather colours of live birds and museum specimens look similar when viewed by seabirds. Ibis, 160(1): p. 185-189. Link

27. Stavert JR*, Pattemore DE, Gaskett AC, Beggs JR & Bartomeus I (2017) Exotic species enhance response diversity to land-use change but modify functional composition. Proc. R. Soc. B 284 (1860), 20170788. Link

26. Gaskett AC, Endler J & Phillips R (2017) Convergent evolution of sexual deception by chromatic and achromatic contrast rather than colour mimicry. Evolutionary Ecology 31(2), 205-227. Link

25. Friesen M*, Beggs JR & Gaskett AC (2016) Sensory-based conservation of seabirds: a review of management strategies and animal behaviors that facilitate success. Biological Reviews. 92 (3), 1769-1784 Link

24. Bodley E*, Toft R, Beggs JR & Gaskett AC (2016) Flowers, phenology and pollination of the endemic New Zealand greenhood orchid Pterostylis brumalis. New Zealand Journal of Botany. 54 (3), 291-310 Link

23. Buser C, Newcomb R, Gaskett AC & Goddard M (2014) Niche construction initiates the evolution of mutualistic interactions. Ecology Letters 17 (10), 1257-1264 Link

22. GASKETT AC (2014) ‘Colour and sexual deception in orchids: progress towards understanding the functions and pollinator perception of floral colour’ in P. Bernhardt & R. Meier (eds) Darwin’s Orchids: Then and Now. University of Chicago Press. pp. p. 291-309 Link

21. Stavert JR*, Gaskett AC & Beggs JR (2014) Dung beetles in an avian dominated island ecosystem: feeding and trophic ecology. Oecologia 176 (1), 259-271. Link

20. Stavert JR*, Drayton BA*, Beggs JR & Gaskett AC. (2014) The volatile organic compounds of introduced and native dung and carrion and their role in endemic New Zealand dung beetle foraging behaviour. Ecological Entomology 39 (5), 556-565

19. Kelly ME* & Gaskett AC (2014) UV reflectance but no evidence for colour mimicry in a putative brood-deceptive orchid, Corybas cheesemanii. Current Zoology 60(1):104-113

18. Herberstein ME, Baldwin HJ* & Gaskett AC (2014) Deception Downunder: is Australia a hot-spot for deception? Behavioral Ecology 25(1):12-16

17. Palanca L*, Gaskett AC, Guenther C, Newcomb RD & Goddard MR (2013) Quantifying variation in the ability of yeasts to attract Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS One 8(9): e75332

16. Kelly MM*, Toft R & Gaskett AC (2013) Pollination and insect visitors to the putative brood-site deceptive endemic Spurred helmet orchid, Corybas cheesemanii. New Zealand Journal of Botany. 51(3), 155-167

15. Gaskett AC (2012) Floral shape mimicry and variation in sexually deceptive orchids with a shared pollinator. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 106, 469–481.

14. Kaczorowski R, Seliger A*, Gaskett A, Wigsten S, Raguso R. (2012) ’Corolla shape vs. size in flower choice by a nocturnal hawkmoth pollinator’. Functional Ecology. 26(3), 577-587.

12. Gaskett AC (2011) Orchid pollination by sexual deception: pollinator perspectives. Biological Reviews. 86(1). 33-75.

11. Herberstein ME, Schneider JM, Harmer AM, Gaskett AC, Robinson K, Shaddick K, Soetkamp D, Wilson PD, Pekár S., Elgar MA (2011) Sperm storage and copulation duration in a sexually cannibalistic spider. Journal of Ethology. 29(1). 9-15.

10. Gaskett AC & Herberstein ME (2010) Colour mimicry and sexual deception by Tongue orchids (Cryptostylis). Naturwissenschaften. 97(1). 97-102.

9. Gaskett AC, Winnick CG* & Herberstein ME (2008) Orchid sexual deceit provokes ejaculation. American Naturalist. 171(6). E206-E212. (“Most downloaded paper” American Naturalist 2008)

 8. Gaskett AC (2007) Spider sex pheromones: emission, reception, function & structures. Biological Reviews 82. 27-48.

7. Gaskett AC & Herberstein ME (2006) Flowering, pollination, & fruit set in Tongue Orchids Cryptostylis spp. Victorian Naturalist. 123(3).128-133.

6. Gaskett AC, Conti E & Schiestl FP (2005) Floral odour variation in two heterostylous species of Primula. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 31(5). 1223-1228.

5. Herberstein ME, Gaskett AC, Schneider JM, Vella NGF, Elgar MA (2005) Limits to male copulation frequency: Sexual cannibalism & sterility in St Andrews Cross spiders (Araneae, Araneidae). Ethology. 111. 1050-1061.

4. Gaskett AC, Downes B, Herberstein ME & Elgar MA (2005) Changes in male mate choice in a sexually cannibalistic orb-web spider (Araneae: Araneidae). Behaviour. 141. 1197-1210.

3. Elgar MA, Bruce MJ, Champion de Crespigny FDE, Cutler AC, Cutler CL, Gaskett AC, Herberstein ME, Ramamurthy S, & Schneider JM (2003) ‘Male mate choice & patterns of paternity in the polyandrous, sexually cannibalistic orb-web spider, Nephila plumipes’. Australian Journal of Zoology. 51. 357-351.

2. Gaskett A, Bulman C, He X& Goldsworthy S (2001) Diet composition & guild structure of mesopelagic & bathypelagic fishes near Macquarie Island, Australia. NZ Journal of Marine & Freshwater Research. 35. 469-476.

1. Herberstein ME, Gaskett AC, Glencross D, Hart S, Jaensch S, Elgar MA (2000) Does the presence of potential prey affect web design in Argiope keyserlingi (Araneae, Araneidae)? Journal of Arachnology. 28. 346-350.