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Flower symmetry preferences in honeybees and their crab spider predators
AE Wignall, AM Heiling, K Cheng, ME Herberstein
Ethology 112 (5), 510-518, 2006
682006
Assassin bug uses aggressive mimicry to lure spider prey
AE Wignall, PW Taylor
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1710), 1427-1433, 2011
622011
Honeybees (Apis mellifera) holding on to memories: response competition causes retroactive interference effects
K Cheng, AE Wignall
Animal cognition 9 (2), 141-150, 2006
602006
Dangerous mating systems: signal complexity, signal content and neural capacity in spiders
ME Herberstein, AE Wignall, EA Hebets, JM Schneider
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 46, 509-518, 2014
412014
The influence of vibratory courtship on female mating behaviour in orb-web spiders (Argiope keyserlingi, Karsch 1878)
AE Wignall, ME Herberstein
PLoS One 8 (1), e53057, 2013
382013
How effective and persistent are fragmentsof male genitalia as mating plugs?
ME Herberstein, AE Wignall, SH Nessler, AMT Harmer, JM Schneider
Behavioral Ecology 23 (5), 1140-1145, 2012
382012
Male courtship vibrations delay predatory behaviour in female spiders
AE Wignall, ME Herberstein
Scientific reports 3 (1), 1-5, 2013
362013
Alternative predatory tactics of an araneophagic assassin bug (Stenolemus bituberus)
AE Wignall, PW Taylor
Acta ethologica 12 (1), 23-27, 2009
312009
Exploitation of environmental noise by an araneophagic assassin bug
AE Wignall, RR Jackson, RS Wilcox, PW Taylor
Animal behaviour 82 (5), 1037-1042, 2011
292011
Predatory behaviour of an araneophagic assassin bug
AE Wignall, PW Taylor
Journal of Ethology 28 (3), 437-445, 2010
252010
Biology and life history of the araneophagic assassin bug Stenolemus bituberus including a morphometric analysis of the instars (Heteroptera, Reduviidae)
AE Wignall, PW Taylor
Journal of Natural History 42 (1-2), 59-76, 2008
222008
Introduction: spider biology
ME Herberstein, A Wignall
Spider behaviour: flexibility and versatility, 1-30, 2011
152011
Extreme short-term repeatability of male courtship performance in a tropical orb-web spider
AE Wignall, DJ Kemp, ME Herberstein
Behavioral Ecology 25 (5), 1083-1088, 2014
142014
Foreleg autotomy reduces mating success of male Schizocosa ocreata wolf spiders
PW Taylor, JA Roberts, AE Wignall, GW Uetz
Journal of insect behavior 21 (4), 193-202, 2008
132008
The sterile male technique: Irradiation negatively affects male fertility but not male courtship
M Magris, AE Wignall, ME Herberstein
Journal of Insect Physiology 75, 85-90, 2015
122015
Deceptive signals in spiders
ME Herberstein, A Wignall
Spider behaviour: flexibility and versatility, 190-214, 2011
82011
Responses of an araneophagic assassin bug, Stenolemus bituberus, to spider draglines
AE Wignall, PW Taylor
Ecological Entomology 34 (3), 415-420, 2009
52009
Courtship and copula duration influence paternity success in a spider
M Magris, AE Wignall, ME Herberstein
Animal behaviour 165, 1-9, 2020
22020
Biology and Behaviour of the Araneophagic Assassin Bug Stenolemus Bituberus (Heteroptera, Reduviidae)
AE Wignall
Macquarie University, 2008
22008
Short and fast vs long and slow: age changes courtship in male orb-web spiders (Argiope keyserlingi)
JC O’Hanlon, AE Wignall, ME Herberstein
The Science of Nature 105 (1), 1-5, 2018
12018
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