Most of these publications are available from research gate.

While, G.M., Gardner, M.G., Chapple, D.G. and Whiting, M. J. (2018) Stable social grouping in Lizards. In A. Russell and V. Bells (eds), Behaviour of Lizards: Evolutionary and Mechanistic Perspectives. CRC Press, New Hampshire, U.S.A. In press.

Gruber, J., Cunningham, G., While, G. M. and Wapstra, E. (2018) Disentangling sex allocation in a viviparous reptile with temperature-dependent sex determination: a multifactorial approach. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 31:267-276.

Feiner, N., Rago, A., While, G.M. and Uller, T. (2018) Signatures of selection in embryonic transcriptomes of lizards adapting in parallel to cool climate. Evolution. 72:67-81.

Halliwell, B., Uller, T., Holland, B. and While, G. M. (2017) Live bearing promotes the evolution of sociality in reptiles. Nature Communications. 8:2030.

MacGregor, H.E.A., While, G.M. and Uller, T. (2017) Comparison of reproductive investment in native and non-native populations of common wall lizards reveals sex differences in adaptive potential. Oikos. 126:1564-1574.

MacGregor, H.E.A., Lewandowsky, R.A.M., D’Ettore, P., Leroy, C., While, G.M. and Uller, T. (2017) Chemical communication, sexual selection and introgression in wall lizards. Evolution. 71:2327-2343.

Caldwell, A., While, G. M. and Wapstra, E. (2017) Plasticity of thermoregulatory behaviour in response to the thermal environment by widespread and highland reptile species. Animal Behaviour. 132:217-227.

Botterill-James, T., Ford, L., While, G.M., and Smiseth, P.T. (2017) Resource availability, not polyandry, influences sibling conflict in a burying beetle, Nicrophorus vespilloidesBehavioral Ecology, 28:1093-1110.

While, G.M. and Uller, T. (2017) Female reproductive investment in response to male phenotype in wall lizards and its implications for introgression. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 121: 876-882.

Botterill-James, T., Halliwell, B., McKeown, S., Sillince, J., Uller, T., Wapstra, E. and While, G.M. (2017) Family aggression in a social lizard. Scientific Reports, 7:3502.

Cunningham, G.D., While, G.M. and Wapstra, E. (2017) Climate and sex ratio variation in a viviparous lizard. Biology Letters, 13:20170218.

Halliwell, B., Uller, T., Chapple, D.C., Gardner, M.G., Wapstra, E. and While, G.M.  (2017) Habitat saturation promotes delayed dispersal in a social reptile. Behavioral Ecology, 28:515-522.

Botterill-James, T., Sillince, J., Chapple, D.G., Gardner, M., Uller, T., Wapstra, E. and While, G.M. (2017) Experimental manipulation suggests effect of polyandry but not mate familiarity on within-pair aggression in the social skink, Liopholis whitii. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 71:71.

MacGregor, H.E.A., While, G. M., Barret, J., Perez l de Lanuza, G., Carazo, P., Michaelides, S. and Uller T. (2017) Experimental contact zones reveal the causes and targets of sexual selection in hybrid zones. Functional Ecology, 31:742-752.

Halliwell, B., Uller, T., Wapstra, E. and While, G.M. (2017) Resource distribution mediates social and mating behavior in a family living lizard. Behavioral Ecology, 28:145-153.

Whiting, M.J. and While, G. M. (2017) Sociality in Lizards. In D. Rubenstein and P. Abbot (eds) Comparative Social Evolution. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp – 390-426.

Bordogna, G., Cunningham, G., Fitzpatrick, L.J., Halliwell, B., MacGregor, H.E.A, Munch, K.L., Wapstra, E. and While, G.M. (2016) An experimental test of relatedness-based mate discrimination in a social lizard. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70:2139-2147.

Michaelides, S., While, G. M., Zajac, N., Aubret, F., Calsbeek, B., Sacchi, R., Zuffi, M. and Uller, T. (2016) Loss of genetic diversity and increased embryonic mortality in non-native lizard populations. Molecular Ecology, 25:4113-4125.

Botterill-James, T., Halliwell, B., Cooper-Scott, E., Uller, T., Wapstra, E. and While, G.M. (2016) Habitat structure influences parent-offspring association in a social lizard: implications for understanding the origins of parental care. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, section Social Evolution, 4:96.

Paredes, U., Radersma, R., Cannell, N., While, G.M. and Uller, T. (2016) Low incubation temperature induces DNA hypo-methylation in lizard brains. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 325A, 390-395.

Heathcote, R.J.P., While, G.M., MacGregor, H.E.A., Sciberras, J., Leroy, C., d’Ettorre, P. and Uller, T. (2016) Male behaviour drives assortative reproduction during the initial stages of secondary contact. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29, 1003-1015.

While, G, M., Michaelides, S., Heathcote, R.J.P., MacGregor, H.E.A., Zajac, N., Beninde, J., Carazo, P., Perez I de Lanuza, G., Sacchi, R., Zuffi, M., Horvathova, T., Fresnillo, B., Schulte, U., Veith, M., Hochkirch, A. and Uller, T. (2015) Sexual selection drives asymmetric introgression in wall lizards. Ecology Letters, 18, 1366-1375.

While, G. M., Chapple, D. G., Gardner, M.G., Uller, T. and Whiting, M. J. (2015) Egernia lizards. Current Biology, 25, 593 – 595.

Michaelides, S. N., While, G. M., Zajac, N. and Uller, T. (2015) Widespread primary, but geographically restricted secondary, human introductions of wall lizards, Podarcis muralis. Molecular Ecology, 24, 2702-2714.

Caldwell, A.J., While, G.M., Beeton, N.J. and Wapstra, E. (2015) Potential for thermal tolerance to mediate climate change effects on three members of a cool temperate lizard genus, Niveoscincus. Journal of Thermal Biology, 52: 14-23.

While, G. M., Williamson, J., Prescott, G., Horvathova, T., Fresnillo, B., Beeton, N.J., Halliwell, B., Michaelides, S. and Uller, T. (2015) Adaptive responses to cool climate promotes persistence of a non-native lizard. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B. 282, 20142638.

Michaelides, S., Cornish, N., Griffiths, R., Groombridge, J., Zajac, N., Walters, G J., Aubert, F., While, G.M. and Uller T. (2015) Phylogeography and conservation genetics of the common wall lizard, Podarcis muralis, on the British Channel Islands. PlosONE, 10, e0117113

McEvoy, J, While, G.M., Jones, S.M. and Wapstra, E. (2015) Examining the role of testosterone in mediating short-term aggressive responses to social stimuli in a lizard. PlosOne, 10: article e0125015

McEvoy, J., While, G.M., Sinn, D.L., Carver, S. and Wapstra, E. (2015) Structural and temporal consistency of behavioural traits and behavioural syndromes (or lack thereof) in a social lizard species, Egernia whitii. Journal of Zoology, 296: 58–66.

While, G. M., Halliwell, B. and Uller, T. (2014) The Evolutionary Ecology of Parental Care in Lizards. In Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Reptiles. In J. Rheubert, D. Siegel, S. Trauth and B. Jamieson (eds), The reproductive ecology and phylogeny of lizards. Science Publishers, New Hampshire, U.S.A.

Uller, T. and While, G.M. (2014) Evolutionary Ecology of Reproductive Investment in Lizards. In Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Reptiles. In J. Rheubert, D. Siegel, S. Trauth and B. Jamieson (eds), The reproductive ecology and phylogeny of lizards. Science Publishers, New Hampshire, U.S.A

While, G.M. and Uller, T. (2014) Quo vardis Amphibia? Global warming and breeding phenology in Frogs, Toads and Salamanders. Ecography, 37, 921-929

Heathcote, R., Bell, E., D’Ettorre, P., While, G.M. and Uller T. (2014) The scent of sun worship: basking experience alters scent mark composition in male lizards.  Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 68, 861-870

While, G.M., Uller, T., Bordogna, G. and Wapstra, E. (2014) Promiscuity resolves constraints on social mate choice imposed by population viscosity. Molecular Ecology, 23: 721–732.

McEvoy. J., While, G.M., Sinn, D.L. and Wapstra, E. (2013) The role of size and aggression in intrasexual male competition in a social lizard species, Egernia whitii. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 67:79–90

Michaelides, S., While, G.M., Bell, C. and Uller, T. (2013) Human introductions create opportunities for intra-specific hybridization in the non-native range of the common wall lizard, Podarcis muralis. Biological Invasions, 15, 1101 – 1112

Rago, A., While, G.M. and Uller, T. (2012) Introduction pathway and climate trump ecology and life history as drivers of establishment success in alien amphibians. Ecology and Evolution, 2, 1437-1445

While, G. M. (2011) Intrasexual competition among females: evidence for sexual selection. Behavioral Ecology 22, 1141.

Uller, T., While, G.M., Cadby, C.D., Harts, A., O’Connor, K., Pen, I. and Wapstra, E. (2011) Thermal opportunity, maternal effects, and offspring survival at different climatic extremes in a viviparous lizard. Evolution, 65: 2313–2324.

Isaksson, C., While, G.M., Olsson, M., Komdeur, J. and Wapstra, E. (2011) Oxidative stress physiology in relation to life-history traits of a free-living vertebrate: the spotted snow skink, Niveoscincus ocellatus. Integrative Zoology, 6: 140–149.

Isaksson, C., While, G.M., McEvoy, J., van de Commenacker, J., Olsson, M., Groothuis, T.G.G., Komdeur, J. and Wapstra, E. (2011) Aggressive phenotype, but not testosterone influences the oxidative status of a free-living lizard species. Behaviour 148, 713-731

Worth, J., Burridge, C., While, G.M. and Wapstra, E. (2011) Development of 13 microsatellite loci in the spotted snow skink Niveoscincus ocellatus (Squamata: Scincidae). Conservation Genetics Resources. 3:287–290.

While, G.M., Uller, T. and Wapstra, E. (2011) Variation in social organisation influences the opportunity for sexual selection in a social lizard. Molecular Ecology, 20, 844–852.

Pen, I., Uller, T., Feldmeyer, B., Harts, A., While, G.M. and Wapstra, E. (2010) Climate driven population divergence in sex determining systems. Nature, 468, 436-438

While, G. M., Isakkson, C., McEvoy, J., Sinn, D. L., Komdeur, J., Wapstra, E. and Groothius, T. G. G. (2010) Repeatable intra-individual variation in plasma testosterone concentration and its sex-specific link to aggression in a social lizard. Hormones and Behavior, 58: 208-213

Cadby, C.D., While, G.M., Hobday, A., Uller, T. and Wapstra, E. (2010) Multi-scale approach to understanding climate effects on offspring size at birth and date of birth in a reptile  Integrative Zoology (invited contribution), 5: 163-174

Wapstra, E., Uller, T., While, G.M., Olsson, M. and Shine, R. (2010) Giving offspring a head start in life: field and experimental evidence for selection on maternal basking behaviour in lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23: 651–657

While, G.M., Uller, T., McEvoy, J. and Wapstra, E. (2009) Long-lasting effects of among- but not within-litter timing of birth in a viviparous lizard. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 11: 1259-1270.

While, G.M., Uller, T. and Wapstra, E. (2009) Within-population variation in social strategies characterise the social and mating system of an Australian lizard, Egernia whitii. Austral Ecology, 34: 938-949

While, G.M. and Wapstra, E. (2009) Snow skinks (Niveoscincus ocellatus) do not shift their sex allocation patterns in response to mating history Behavior, 146, 1405-1422

While, G.M., Uller, T. and Wapstra, E. (2009) Offspring performance and the adaptive benefits of prolonged pregnancy: experimental tests in a viviparous lizard. Functional Ecology, 23: 818–825

While, G.M. and Wapstra, E. (2009) Effects of basking opportunity on birthing asynchrony in a viviparous lizard (Egernia whitii): consequences for offspring phenotype and fitness. Animal Behaviour, 77: 1465-1470.

While, G.M., Sinn, D.L.S. and Wapstra, E. (2009) Female aggression predicts mode of paternity acquisition in a social lizard. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 276 2021-2029

While, G.M., Uller, T. and Wapstra, E. (2009) Family conflict and the evolution of sociality in reptiles. Behavioral Ecology, 20: 245-250

Uller, T., While, G. M., Wapstra, E., Warner, D. A., Goodman, B. A., Schwarzkopf, L., Langkilde, T., Doughty, P., Radder, R. S., Rohr, D. H., Bull, C. M., Shine, R. and Olsson, M. (2009) Evaluation of offspring size-number invariants in twelve species of lizard. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 22: 143–151

Sinn, D.L., While, G.M. and Wapstra, E. (2008) Maternal care in a social lizard: links between female aggression and offspring fitness. Animal Behaviour, 76, 1249-1257

While, G.M. and Wapstra, E. (2008) Are there benefits to being born asynchronously? An experimental test in a social lizard. Behavioral Ecology, 19: 208-216.

While, G.M., Jones, S.M. and Wapstra, E. (2007) Birthing asynchrony is not a consequence of asynchronous offspring development in a non-avian vertebrate, the Australian skink Egernia whitii. Functional Ecology, 21: 513-519

While, G.M. and McArthur, C. (2006) Distance to cover affects artificial food patch depletion by macropod herbivores. Wildlife Research 33, 565-570.

While, G.M. and McArthur, C. (2005) Foraging in a risky environment: a comparison of Bennett’s wallabies Macropus rufogriseus rufogriseus (Marsupialia: Macropodidae) and red-bellied pademelons Thylogale billiardierii (Marsupialia: Macropodidae) in open habitats. Austral Ecology 30, 756-765.

 

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