Publications

Peer-reviewed

[13] Cooke, J., Lanfear, R., Downing, A., Gillings, M.R., Poore, A.G., Goodwin, I.D., Waldron, L.S., Phillips, A., Metti, Y. and Bulbert, M.W., (2015) The unusual occurrence of green algal balls of Chaetomorpha linum on a beach in Sydney, Australia. Botanica Marina. 58 (5), 401–407.

[12] Bulbert, M.W., Page R.A., and Bernal X.E. (2015) Danger comes from all fronts: predator-dependent escape tactics of Túngara Frogs. PloS one 10 (4), e0120546

[11] Bulbert, M.W., O’Hanlon, J. C., Zappettini, S., Zhang, S., and Li, D (2015) Sexually selected UV signals in the tropical ornate jumping spider, Cosmophasis umbratica may incur costs from predation. Ecology and evolution 5 (4), 914-920.

[10] Bulbert M.W., Herberstein M.E., Cassis G. (2014). Assassin bug requires dangerous ant-prey to bite first. Current Biology 24(6): R220–R221.

[9] Gollan J.R., Smith H.M., Bulbert, M.W., Donnelly A.P., Wilkie L. (2010) Using spider web types as a substitute for assessing web-building spider biodiversity and the success of habitat restoration. Biodiversity and Conservation [abstract/article]

[8] Ashcroft M. B., Gollan J.R., Faith D.P., Carter G.A., Lassau S.A., Ginn S.G., Bulbert M.W., Cassis G. (2010) Using Generalised Dissimilarity Models and many small samples to improve the efficiency of regional and landscape scale invertebrate sampling. Ecological Informatics 5(2):124-132 [abstract/article]

[7] Weirauch C., Bulbert M., Cassis G. (2010) Comparative trichome morphology in feather-legged assassin bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera: Reduviidae: Holoptilinae). Zoologischer Anzeiger 248(4):237-253 [abstract/article]

[6] Ginn S.G., Britton D.R., and Bulbert M.W. (2006) New records for butterflies (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera) in the Pilbara Region of Western Australia, with comments on the use of Malaise traps for monitoring. Australian Entomologist 34(3): 65-75.

[5] Gollan J.R., Smith H., Bulbert M., Donnelly A., Wilkie L., Reid C.A.M, Lobrey de Bruyn L., Reid N. (2006) Developing ‘community friendly’ methods for monitoring ecosystem rehabilitation: A case study in riverine areas of the Hunter Valley, NSW Australia. River Symposium IX, 2006.

[4] Bulbert M., Rowley J.L., and Miehs A. (2005) Observed agonistic behaviour between male Giant Banjo Frogs, Limnodynastes interioris. Herpetofauna 35 (2): 78-82.

[3] Rowley J.L., Bulbert M., and Miehs A. (2005) Diversity, abundance and calling microhabitats of frogs from semi-arid sites in central west New South Wales. Herpetofauna 35(1): 25-29.

[2] Bulbert M., Offler C.E. and McCurdy D. (1998) Polymerised microtubule deposition coincides with wall ingrowth formation in transfer cells of Vicia faba L. cotyledons. Protoplasma 201: 8-16. [abstract/article]

[1] Bishop N., Bulbert M. , Carr S., Kroker S. and Millikan  J. (1995) Sonographic Analysis of Vocalisations in Captive Dunnarts, Sminthopsis crassicaudata. Australian Mammalogy 18:99-100.

Online interactive publications

Bulbert M.W. and Cassis G. (2004). Interactive key to Lace Bug (Tingidae) genera of Australia. Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Research. Australian Museum.  [Access here].

Reid C. and Bulbert M.W.  (2002). Interactive key to Flower Chafers (Cetoniinae) of New South Wales. Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Research. Australian Museum. [Access here].

Bulbert M.W. and Smith K.(2002). Interactive key to Frogs (Anura) of New South Wales. Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Research. Australian Museum. [Access here].

Community monitoring tools and education publications

Smith H., Gollan J., Bulbert M.W. (2006-2008) Web2Spider Method

Bulbert M.W. (2008) Web2Spider test

Bulbert M.W., Smith H. (2006) Web2Spider DVD

Bulbert M.W. , Britton D. (2006) Butterfly Shapes and Colours.

Bulbert M.W. (2006) Herbivore2Damage

Bulbert M.W., Britton D. (2006) Invertebrate Guide

Bulbert M.W., Ginn S. (2006) Quick Invertebrate Guide

Bulbert M.W., Wilkie L., Donnelly A., Gollan J., Britton D. (2006) Invertebrate Collection Techniques 

Bulbert M.W. and Howell T. (2006) Hunter Valley Freshwater Fish Guide

Online educational content

What are invertebrates? [Access here]

Invetrebrate diversity [Access here]

Ecosystem services by invertebrates:

Herbivory [Access here]

Predators, parasites and parasitoids [Access here]

Seed dispersal [Access here]

Pollination [Access here]

Technical Reports

Gollan J., Ashcroft M., Ginn S., Flemons P., Bulbert M. (2008). Pilbara research report.

Gollan J., Smith H. and Bulbert M. (2008). BugWise Outreach programme 2007-2008. Environmental Trust Report.

Bulbert M. (2000). Professional Survivors – Foraging Behaviour of Black Rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis ssp Michaeli) living within Lake Nakuru National Park.  Research Report for the Kenyan Wildlife Service.  Kenya.

Bulbert M and Davies S. (1999). Annual Management and Research Report for Cemlyn Bay Nature Reserve. North Wales Wildlife Trust. United Kingdom.

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