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Nocturnal migration reduces exposure to micropredation in a coral reef fish
PC Sikkel, RL Welicky, JM Artim, AM McCammon, JC Sellers, AM Coile, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science, 2017
322017
Decreased movement related to parasite infection in a diel migratory coral reef fish
RL Welicky, PC Sikkel
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 69 (9), 1437-1446, 2015
252015
The ecological significance of parasitic crustaceans
PC Sikkel, RL Welicky
Parasitic Crustacea, 421-477, 2019
222019
Drought-associated absence of alien invasive anchorworm, Lernaea cyprinacea (Copepoda: Lernaeidae), is related to changes in fish health
RL Welicky, J De Swardt, R Gerber, EC Netherlands, NJ Smit
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 6 (3), 430-438, 2017
192017
Variation in occurrence of the fish-parasitic cymothoid isopod, Anilocra haemuli, infecting French grunt (Haemulon flavolineatum) in the north-eastern Caribbean
RL Welicky, PC Sikkel
Marine and Freshwater Research 65 (11), 1018-1026, 2014
182014
Host‐dependent differences in resource use associated with Anilocra spp. parasitism in two coral reef fishes, as revealed by stable carbon and nitrogen isotope analyses
RL Welicky, AWJ Demopoulos, PC Sikkel
Marine Ecology 38 (2), e12413, 2017
172017
Molecular assessment of three species of Anilocra (Isopoda, Cymothoidae) ectoparasites from Caribbean coral reef fishes, with the description of Anilocra brillae sp. n.
RL Welicky, KA Hadfield, PC Sikkel, NJ Smit
ZooKeys, 21, 2017
162017
Female Gnathia marleyi (Isopoda: Gnathiidae) feeding on more susceptible fish hosts produce larger but not more offspring
AM Coile, RL Welicky, PC Sikkel
Parasitology research 113 (10), 3875-3880, 2014
162014
Understanding growth relationships of African cymothoid fish parasitic isopods using specimens from museum and field collections
RL Welicky, W Malherbe, KA Hadfield, NJ Smit
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 8, 182-187, 2019
152019
The relationship between lunar periodicity and activity of fish-parasitic gnathiid isopods in the Caribbean
RL Welicky, KL Cheney, AM Coile, A McCammon, PC Sikkel
Marine biology 160 (7), 1607-1617, 2013
132013
A Retrospective analysis of sea turtle nest depredation patterns
RL Welicky, J Wyneken, EG Noonburg
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 2012
132012
Redescription and molecular characterisation of the fish ectoparasite Anilocra capensis Leach, 1818 (Isopoda: Cymothoidae), with description of six new species of Anilocra …
RL Welicky, NJ Smit
Parasites & vectors 12 (1), 1-34, 2019
92019
Host-dependent differences in measures of condition associated with Anilocra spp. parasitism in two coral reef fishes
RL Welicky, DC Parkyn, PC Sikkel
Environmental Biology of Fishes 101 (8), 1223-1234, 2018
82018
Hooked on you: shape of attachment structures in cymothoid isopods reflects parasitic strategy
C Baillie, RL Welicky, KA Hadfield, NJ Smit, S Mariani, RM D Beck
BMC Evolutionary Biology 19 (1), 1-11, 2019
72019
Apparent kleptoparasitism in fish—parasitic gnathiid isopods
MO Shodipo, RDC Gomez, RL Welicky, PC Sikkel
Parasitology research 118 (2), 653-655, 2019
72019
A new genus and species of fish parasitic cymothoid (Crustacea, Isopoda) from the Indian Ocean coast of South Africa, with a key to the externally attaching genera of Cymothoidae
NL Bruce, RL Welicky, KA Hadfield, NJ Smit
ZooKeys 889, 1, 2019
72019
Diurnal activity patterns of the temporary fish ectoparasite, Gnathia africana Barnard, 1914 (Isopoda, Gnathiidae), from the southern coast of South Africa
RL Welicky, ML Ferreira, P Sikkel, NJ Smit
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 98 (7 …, 2018
32018
Unique co-occurrence of two genera of cymothoid ectoparasitic isopods on the same individual fish host
RL Welicky, NJ Smit
African Journal of Marine Science 40 (4), 467-469, 2018
22018
Parasites of the past: 90 years of change in parasitism for English sole
RL Welicky, WC Preisser, KC Leslie, N Mastick, R Fiorenza, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 1-8, 2021
12021
Fluid‐preserved fishes are one solution for assessing historical change in fish trophic level
RL Welicky, T Rolfe, K Leazer, KP Maslenikov, L Tornabene, ...
Ecology and evolution 11 (1), 415-426, 2021
12021
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