• High metabolic and water-loss rates in caterpillar aggregations: evidence against the resource-conservation hypothesis 

      Schoombie, R.; Boardman, L.; Groenewald, B.; Glazier, D.; van Daalen, C.; Clusella Trullas, S.; Terblanche, J.S. (Company of Biologists, 2013)
      Several hypotheses have been proposed for explaining animal aggregation, including energy or water conservation. However, these physiological hypotheses have not been well investigated. Here, we report the effects of ...
    • Road avoidance and its energetic consequences for reptiles 

      Paterson, J.E.; Baxter-Gilbert, J.; Beaudry, F.; Carstairs, S.; Chow-Fraser, P.; Edge, C.B.; Lentini, A.M.; Litzgus, J.D.; Markle, C.E.; McKeown, K.; Moore, J.A.; Refsnider, J.M.; Riley, J.L.; Rouse, J.D.; Seburn, D.C.; Zimmerling, J.R.; Davy, C.M. (2019)
      Roads are one of the most widespread human-caused habitat modifications that can increase wildlife mortality rates and alter behavior. Roads can act as barriers with variable permeability to movement and can increase ...