Publications

Publications of BCECB lab group at GXU

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2017

Goodale, E., Beauchamp, G. and Ruxton, G. D. In press (book to be published June, 2017). Mixed-species animal groups: behavior, community ecology and conservation.  Academic Press.

 

2016

Priyadarshana, T. S., Wijewardhana, I. H., and Herath, B. E. 2016. Three new species of the genus Ceylonosticta Fraser, 1931 (Odonata: Zygoptera: Platystictidae) from Sri Lanka and the rediscovery of Ceylonosticta subtropica (Fraser, 1933). International Journal of Odonatology. DOI: 10.1080/13887890.2016.1257443

Abeysinghe, K., Yang, X.-D., Goodale, E., Anderson, C. W. N., Bishop, K., Cao, A., Feng, X.,  Liu, S., Mammides, C., Meng, B., Quan, R.-C, Sun, J., and Qiu, G. 2016. Total and methyl mercury concentrations over a gradient of contamination in earthworms living in rice paddy soil. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.  DOI: 10.1002/etc.3643

Duguid, M., Morrell, E. H., Goodale, E., and Ashton, M. S.  2016. Changes in breeding bird abundance and species composition over a 20 year chronosequence following shelterwood harvests in oak-hardwood forests. Forest Ecology and Management 376: 221-230.

Pagani-Nuñéz, E., Barnett, C. A., Gu, H. and Goodale, E. 2016. The need for new categorizations of dietary specialism incorporating spatio-temporal variability of individual diet specialization. Journal of Zoology 300: 1-7.

Pagani-Nuñéz, E., Chao, H., Li, B., Li, M., He, R., Jiang, A., and Goodale, E. 2016. The breeding ecology of the barn swallow Hirundo rustica gutturalis in South China. Journal of Tropical Ecology 32: 260-263.  

Dayananda, S. K., Goodale, E., Liu, J.-J., Mammides, C., Pasion, B., Quan, R.-C., Slik, J. W. F., Sreekar, R., Tomlinson, K. W., and Yasuda, M. 2016. Effects of forest fragmentation on nocturnal birds: a case study from Xishuangbanna, China. Zoological Research 37: 151-158.

Mammides, C., Goodale, U. M., Corlett, R. T., Chen, J., Bawa, K. S., Hariya, H., Jarrad, F., Primack, R. B., Ewing, H., Xia, X. and Goodale, E. 2016. Increasing geographic diversity in the international conservation literature: a stalled process? Biological Conservation 198: 78-83.

Peiró, I. and Pagani-Núñez, E. 2016. Plumage coloration variability of male Bluethroats (Luscinia svecica cyanecula) wintering in SE Iberia. Ornis Fennica 93: 111-120.

Sreekar, R., Huang, G., Yasuda, M., Quan, R.-C., Goodale, E., Corlett, R. T. and Tomlinson, K. W. 2016. Can rubber monocultures be made more hospitable to birds? The effects of forests, roads and mistletoes. Scientific Reports 6: 21822.

Mammides, C., Kounnamas, C., Goodale, E., and Kadis, K. 2016. Do unpaved, low-traffic roads affect bird communities? Acta Oecologica 71: 14-21.

 

2015

Quan, R.-C., Li, H., Wang, B. and Goodale, E. 2015. The relationship between defecation and feeding in nestling birds: observational and experimental evidence. Frontiers in Zoology 12:21.

Goodale, E., Ding, P., Liu, X., Martínez, A., Walters, M. & Robinson, S. K. 2015. The structure of mixed-species bird flocks, and their response to anthropogenic disturbance, with special reference to East Asia. Avian Research 6:14.

2015 articles with XTBG address

Yang, H., Harrison, R., Yi, Z.-F., Goodale, E., Zhao, M.-X., and Xu, J.-C. 2015. Changing perceptions of forest value and attitudes toward management of a recently established nature reserve: a case study in southwest China. Forests 6: 3136-3164.

Mammides, C., Chen, J., Goodale, U. M., Kotagama, S. W., Sidhu, S. & Goodale, E. 2015. Does mixed-species flocking influence how birds respond to a gradient of land-use intensity? Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 282: 20151118.

Sreekar, R., Goodale, E., and Harrison, R. D. 2015. The use of flight initiation distance as index of hunting pressure: a case study in Xishuangbanna, southwest China. Tropical Conservation Science 8: 505-512.

Sreekar, R., Srinivasan, U., Mammides, C., Chen, J., Goodale, U.M., Kotagama, S. W., Sidhu, S. and Goodale, E. 2015. The effect of land-use on the diversity and mass-abundance relationships of understory avian insectivores in Sri Lanka and southern India. Scientific Reports 5: 11569.

Gu, H., Goodale, E. & Chen, J. 2015. Emerging directions in the study of the ecology and evolution of plant-animal mutualistic networks: a review. Zoological Research 36: 65-71.

Gu, H., Goodale, E. & Chen, J. 2015. Does the role that frugivorous bird species play in seed dispersal networks influence their rate of evolutionary divergence? Global Ecology and Conservation 3: 121-128.

Sreekar, R., Huang, G., Zhao, J.- B., Pasion, B. O., Yasuda, M., Zhang, K., Peabotuwage, I.,  Wang, X.,  Quan, R.- C., Slik, F., Corlett, R. T., Goodale, E. & Harrison, R. D. 2015. The use of species-area relationships to partition the effects of hunting and deforestation on bird extirpations in a fragmented landscape. Diversity and Distributions 21: 441-450.

 

Publications of Prof Goodale 2014 and before

Duan, Q., Goodale, E. & Quan R.-C. 2014. Bird fruit preferences reflect the frequency of fruit colours in tropical Asia. Scientific Reports 4: 5627.

Zhang, W., Goodale, E. & Chen, J. 2014. How contact with nature affects children’s biophilia, biophobia and conservation attitude in China. Biological Conservation 177: 109-116.

Goodale, E., Kim, E., Nabors, A., Henrichon, S.  & Nieh, J. C. 2014. The innate responses of bumble bees to flower patterns: separating the nectar guide from the nectary changes bee movements and search time. Naturwissenschaften 101: 523-526.

Zhang K., Woan, T. S., Jie, L., Goodale, E., Kitajima, K. & Harrison, R. D. 2014. Shifting baselines on a tropical forest frontier: Extirpations drive declines in local ecological knowledge. PLOS ONE 9: e86598.

Goodale, E., Ratnayake, C. P. & Kotagama, S. W. 2014. Vocal mimicry of alarm-associated sounds by a drongo elicits flee and mobbing responses from other species that participate in mixed-species bird flocks. Ethology 120: 266-274.

Goodale, E., Ratnayake, C. P. & Kotagama, S. W. 2014. The frequency of vocal mimicry varies due to proximity to nest and nesting stage in a passerine bird. Behaviour 151: 73-88.

Goodale, E., Kotagama, S. W., Raman, T. R. S., Sidhu, S., Goodale, U. M., Parker, S. & Chen, J. 2014. The response of birds and mixed-species bird flocks to human-modified landscapes in Sri Lanka and southern India. Forest Ecology and Management 329: 384-392.

Jayarathna, A., Kotagama, S. W. & Goodale, E. 2013. The seasonality of mixed-species flocking in a Sri Lankan rainforest, in relation to the breeding of the nuclear species, the Orange-billed Babbler Turdoides rufescens. Forktail 29: 138-139.

Goodale, E. & Nieh, J. C. 2012. Public use of olfactory information associated with predation in two species of social bees. Animal Behaviour 84: 919-924.

Sridhar, H., Srinivasan, U., Askins, R. A., Canales Delgadillo, J. C., Chen, C.-C., Ewert, D. N., Gale, G. A., Goodale, E., Gram, W. K., Hart, P. J.,  Hobson, K. A., Hutto, R. L., Kotagama, S. W., Knowlton, J., Lee, T. M., Munn, C. A., Nimnuan, S., Nizam, B. Z., Péron, G., Robin, V. V., Rodewald, A. D., Rodewald, P. G., Thomson, R. L., Trivedi, P., Van Wilgenburg, S. L. & Shanker, K. 2012. Positive relationships between association strength and phenotypic similarity characterize the assembly of mixed-species bird flocks globally. American Naturalist 180: 777-790.

Goodale, E., Goodale, U. & Mana, R. 2012. The role of toxic pitohuis in mixed-species flocks of lowland forest in Papua New Guinea. Emu – Austral Ornithology 112: 9-16.

Beauchamp, G. & Goodale, E. 2011. Plumage mimicry in avian mixed-species flocks: more or less than meet the eye? Auk 128: 487-496.

Sidhu, S., Raman, T. R. S. & Goodale, E. 2010. Effects of plantations and home-gardens on tropical forest bird communities and mixed-species bird flocks in the southern Western Ghats. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 107: 91-108

Goodale, E. & Ruxton, G. D.  2010. Antipredator benefits from heterospecifics. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior (Breed, M and Moore, J., editors). Academic Press, Oxford.

Goodale, E. & Podos, J. 2010. Persistence of song types in Darwin’s finches, Geospiza fortis, over four decades. Biology Letters 6: 589-592.

Goodale, E., Beauchamp, G., Magrath, R. D., Nieh, J. C. & Ruxton, G. D. 2010. Interspecific information transfer influences animal community structure. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25: 354-361.

Satischandra, S. H. K., Kodituwakku, P., Kotagama, S. W. & Goodale, E.  2010. Assessing “false” alarm calls by a drongo (Dicrurus paradiseus) in mixed-species bird flocks. Behavioral Ecology 21: 396-403.

Goodale, E & Beauchamp, G.  2010. The relationship between leadership and gregariousness in mixed-species bird flocks. Journal of Avian Biology 41: 99-103.

Ratnayake, C. P., Goodale, E. & Kotagama, S. W.  2010. Two sympatric species of passerine birds imitate the same raptor calls in alarm contexts. Naturwissenschaften 97: 103-108.

Goodale, E., Nizam, B. Z., Robin, V. V., Sridhar, H., Trivedi, P., Kotagama, S. W., Padmalal, U. K. G. K., Perera, R., Pramod, P. & Vijayan, L. 2009. Regional variation in structure and composition of mixed-species bird flocks of the Western Ghats and Sri Lanka: a review. Current Science 97: 648-663.

Goodale, E., Lalbhai, P., Goodale, U. M., & Ashton, P. M. S. 2009. The effect of shelterwood cuts and crown thinnings on the abundance and distribution of birds in a southern New England forest. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 314-322.

Goodale, E. & Kotagama, S.W. 2008.  Responses to conspecific and heterospecific alarm calls in mixed-species bird flocks of a Sri Lanka rainforest. Behavioral Ecology 19: 887-894.

Goodale, E. & Kotagama, S.W.  2007.  Some observations on the geographic variation of mixed-species bird flocks in Sri Lanka. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 104: 96-98.

Joachim, D. & Goodale, E.  2007. On the use of cellular telephony for audio interaction with animals. Biology Letters 3: 603-606.

Sathischandra, S.H.K., Kudavidanage, E.P., Kotagama, S.W. & Goodale, E.  2007. The benefits of joining mixed-species flocks for a sentinel nuclear species, the Greater Racket-tailed Drongo Dicrurus paradiseus. Forktail 23: 145-148.

Goodale, E. & Kotagama, S.W.  2006. Vocal mimicry by a passerine bird attracts other species involved in mixed-species flocks. Animal Behaviour 72: 471–477.

Goodale, E. & Kotagama, S.W. 2006. Context-dependent mimicry by a passerine bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 273: 875–880.

Goodale, E. & Kotagama, S.W. 2005. Alarm calling in Sri Lankan mixed-species bird flocks. Auk 122: 108–120.

Goodale, E. & Kotagama, S.W. 2005.  Testing the roles of species in mixed-species bird flocks of a Sri Lankan rainforest. Journal of Tropical Ecology 21: 669–676.

Jayarathna, A., Caldera, P. & Goodale, E.  2005.  Observations on the nesting and parental behaviour of the Ashy-headed Laughing Thrush (Garrulax cinereifrons). Forktail 21: 163­–164.

Kotagama, S.W. & Goodale, E.  2004.  The composition and spatial organization of mixed-species flocks in a Sri Lankan rainforest. Forktail 20: 63–70.

Kroodsma, D.E., Byers, B.E., Goodale, E., Johnson, S. & Liu, W.   2001. Pseudoreplication in playback experiments, revisited a decade later. Animal Behaviour 61: 1029­–1033.

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