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[19] Bose APH, Lau M, Cogliati KM, Neff B, Balshine S. (2019). Cannibalism of young is related to low paternity and nest takeovers in an intertidal fish. Anim Behav, 153: 41-48.

[18] Bose APH, Zayonc D, Avrantinis N, Ficzycz N, Fischer-Rush J, Francis FT, Gray S, Manning F, Robb H, Schmidt C, Spice C, Umedaly A, Warden J, Côté I (2019). Effects of short-term captivity: a multi-behaviour approach using red sea urchins, Mesocentrotus franciscanus. PeerJ, 7:e6556.

 [17] Bose APH*, Borowiec BG*, Scott GR, Balshine S (2019). Nesting on high: Reproductive and physiological consequences of breeding across an intertidal gradient. Evol Ecol, 33(1): 21-36. *Co-first authors

[16] Miller JS, Bose APH, Fitzpatrick JL, Balshine S (2019). Sperm maturation is associated with faster swimming sperm in males adopting the alternative but not the conventional reproductive tactic. J Fish Biol, 2019:1-12.

[15] Bose APH, Henshaw JM, Zimmermann H, Fritzsche K, Sefc KM (2019). Inclusive fitness benefits mitigate costs of cuckoldry to socially paired males. BMC Biology 17(2).

[14] McCallum ES*, Bose APH*, Lobban N, Marentette J, Pettitt-Wade H, Koops M, Fisk A, Balshine S (2019). Alternative reproductive tactics, an overlooked source of life history variation in the invasive Round Goby. Can J Fish Aquat Sci 999: 1562-1570. *Co-first authors

[13] Halliday WD, Pine MK, Bose APH, Balshine S, Juanes F (2018). The plainfin midshipman’s soundscape at two sites around Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 603: 189-200.

[12] Bose APH, Zimmermann H, Henshaw JM, Fritzsche K, Sefc KM (2018). Brood-tending males in a biparental fish suffer high paternity losses but rarely cuckold. Mol Ecol 27(21): 4309-4321.

[11] Bose APH, McCallum ES, Raymond K, Marentette JR, Balshine S (2018). Growth and otolith morphology vary with alternative reproductive tactics and contaminant exposure in the round goby Neogobius melanostomus. J Fish Biol 93(4): 674-684.

[10] Bose APH, Cogliati KM, Luymes N, Bass AH, Marchaterre MA, Sisneros JA, Bolker B, Balshine S (2018). Phenotypic traits and resource quality as factors affecting male reproductive success in a toadfish. Behav Ecol 29(2): 496-507.

 [9] Jindal S*, Bose APH*, O'Connor CM, Balshine S (2017). A test of male infanticide as a reproductive tactic in a cichlid fish. R Soc Open Sci 4(3): 160891.  *Co-first authors

[8] McCallum ES, Bose APH, Warriner TR, Balshine S (2017). An evaluation of behavioural endpoints: The pharmaceutical pollutant fluoxetine decreases aggression across multiple contexts in round goby (Neogobius melanostomus). Chemosphere 175: 401-410.

[7] Bose APH, Adragna JB, Balshine S (2016). Otolith morphology varies between populations, sexes and male alternative reproductive tactics in a vocal toadfish Porichthys notatus. J Fish Biol 90(1): 311-325.

[6] Bose APH, Kou HH, Balshine S (2016). Impacts of direct and indirect paternity cues on paternal care in a singing toadfish. Behav Ecol 27(5): 1507-1514.

[5] Bose APH, McClelland GB, Balshine S (2015). Cannibalism, competition, and costly care in the plainfin midshipman fish, Porichthys notatus. Behav Ecol 27(2): 628-636.

[4] Bose APH, Cogliati KM, Howe HS, Balshine S (2014). Factors influencing cannibalism in the plainfin midshipman fish. Anim Behav 96: 159-166.

[3] Götze S, Bose A, Sokolova IM, Abele D, Saborowski R (2014). The proteasomes of two marine decapod crustaceans, European lobster (Homarus gammarus) and Edible crab (Cancer pagurus), are differently impaired by heavy metals. Comp Biochem Phys C 162: 62-69.

[2] Götze S, Bose A, Abele D, Sokolova IM, Saborowski R (2013). Pitfalls in invertebrate proteasome assays. J Exp Biol 216(8): 1351-1354.

[1] Bose APH, Robinson BW (2013). Invertebrate predation predicts variation in an autotomy-related trait in larval damselfly. Evol Ecol 27(1): 27-38.


Media attention

  • Read here about how the plainfin midshipman fish breeds in the extreme intertidal zone.

  • Read here about how male round goby come in two very different shapes and sizes (male alternative reproductive tactics).

  • Read here and here about how male cichlid fish steal fertilizations from their male relatives (and how this can actually be adaptive!).

  • Read here about how sea urchins are susceptible to handling stress!