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 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.
 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.
 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
 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.
 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).
 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
 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.
 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.
 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.
 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.
 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
 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.
 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.
 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.
 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.
 Bose APH, Cogliati KM, Howe HS, Balshine S (2014). Factors influencing cannibalism in the plainfin midshipman fish. Anim Behav 96: 159-166.
 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.
 Götze S, Bose A, Abele D, Sokolova IM, Saborowski R (2013). Pitfalls in invertebrate proteasome assays. J Exp Biol 216(8): 1351-1354.
 Bose APH, Robinson BW (2013). Invertebrate predation predicts variation in an autotomy-related trait in larval damselfly. Evol Ecol 27(1): 27-38.
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 about how sea urchins are susceptible to handling stress!