Lee A. Rollins
Lee A. Rollins
UNSW Scientia Fellow, UNSW, Sydney NSW 2052
Email verificata su unsw.edu.au
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Invasive species can't cover their tracks: using microsatellites to assist management of starling (Sturnus vulgaris) populations in Western Australia
LA Rollins, AP Woolnough, AN Wilton, RON Sinclair, WB Sherwin
Molecular Ecology 18 (8), 1560-1573, 2009
A genetic perspective on rapid evolution in cane toads (Rhinella marina)
LA Rollins, MF Richardson, R Shine
Molecular Ecology 24 (9), 2264-2276, 2015
Building genetic networks using relatedness information: a novel approach for the estimation of dispersal and characterization of group structure in social animals
LA Rollins, LE Browning, CE Holleley, JL Savage, AF Russell, SC Griffith
Molecular Ecology 21 (7), 1727-1740, 2012
Kin selection, not group augmentation, predicts helping in an obligate cooperatively breeding bird
LE Browning, SC Patrick, LA Rollins, SC Griffith, AF Russell
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1743), 3861-3869, 2012
Population genetic tools for pest management: a review
LA Rollins, AP Woolnough, WB Sherwin
Wildlife Research 33 (4), 251-261, 2006
Females use multiple mating and genetically loaded sperm competition to target compatible genes
SR Pryke, LA Rollins, SC Griffith
science 329 (5994), 964-967, 2010
High genetic diversity is not essential for successful introduction
LA Rollins, AT Moles, S Lam, R Buitenwerf, JM Buswell, ...
Ecology and Evolution 3 (13), 4501-4517, 2013
Mothers adjust offspring sex to match the quality of the rearing environment
SR Pryke, LA Rollins
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1744), 4051-4057, 2012
Mitochondrial DNA offers unique insights into invasion history of the common starling
LA Rollins, AP Woolnough, R Sinclair, NJ Mooney, WB Sherwin
Molecular Ecology 20 (11), 2307-2317, 2011
Parental care in wild and captive zebra finches: measuring food delivery to quantify parental effort
AJ Gilby, MC Mainwaring, LA Rollins, SC Griffith
Animal Behaviour 81 (1), 289-295, 2011
Expected Shannon entropy and Shannon differentiation between subpopulations for neutral genes under the finite island model
A Chao, L Jost, TC Hsieh, KH Ma, WB Sherwin, LA Rollins
PloS one 10 (6), e0125471, 2015
Maternal stress to partner quality is linked to adaptive offspring sex ratio adjustment
SR Pryke, LA Rollins, WA Buttemer, SC Griffith
Behavioral Ecology 22 (4), 717-722, 2011
What are we missing about marine invasions? Filling in the gaps with evolutionary genomics
CDH Sherman, KE Lotterhos, MF Richardson, CK Tepolt, LA Rollins, ...
Marine Biology 163 (10), 198, 2016
Sex‐dependent selection differentially shapes genetic variation on and off the guppy Y chromosome
E Postma, N Spyrou, LA Rollins, RC Brooks
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 65 (8), 2145-2156, 2011
Unrelated helpers neither signal contributions nor suffer retribution in chestnut-crowed babblers
FY Nomano, LE Browning, JL Savage, LA Rollins, SC Griffith, AF Russell
Behavioral Ecology 26 (4), 986-995, 2015
Personality in captivity: more exploratory males reproduce better in an aviary population
LSC McCowan, LA Rollins, SC Griffith
Behavioural processes 107, 150-157, 2014
Selection on mitochondrial variants occurs between and within individuals in an expanding invasion
LA Rollins, AP Woolnough, BG Fanson, ML Cummins, TM Crowley, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 33 (4), 995-1007, 2016
The danger within: the role of genetic, behavioural and ecological factors in population persistence of colour polymorphic species
PE Bolton, LA Rollins, SC Griffith
Molecular Ecology 24 (12), 2907-2915, 2015
Feeding nestlings does not function as a signal of social prestige in cooperatively breeding chestnut-crowned babblers
FY Nomano, LE Browning, LA Rollins, S Nakagawa, SC Griffith, ...
Animal Behaviour 86 (2), 277-289, 2013
The role of the Ord Arid Intrusion in the historical and contemporary genetic division of long‐tailed finch subspecies in northern Australia
LA Rollins, N Svedin, SR Pryke, SC Griffith
Ecology and evolution 2 (6), 1208-1219, 2012
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