Publications

Submitted

  • Cortesi, F., Mitchell, L., Tettamanti, V., Fogg, L.G., de Busserolles, F., Cheney, K.L., Marshall, N.J. (Submitted to Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology). Visual system diversity in coral reef fishes.

  • Grutter, A. S., Bejarano, S., Cheney, K. L., Goldizen, A. W., Sinclair-Taylor, T., Waldie, P. A. (submitted to MEPS, minor revision). Effects of cleaner fish Labroides dimidiatus on farming and grazing fishes and coral reef benthos.

  • Santiago, C., Green, N.F., Hamilton, N., Endler, J.A., Osorio, D., Marshall, N.J., Cheney, K.L.. Examining the detectability of suprathreshold colours in a fish, Rhinecanthus aculeatus

  • Cortesi, F., Cheney, K.L., Cooke, G.M., Ord, T.J. Opsin gene evolution in amphibious and terrestrial combtooth blennies (Blenniidae)

Published

  • Narbutas, P.T., Clegg, J.K., Pierens G.K., Cheney K.L., Ganderton A.M., Garson M.J. (2020) Arenaran Sesquiterpenes from the Nudibranch Chromodoris strigata and its Dietary Sponge Acanthodendrilla sp. 2510: Spectroscopic and Computational Studies. Australian Journal of Chemistry. – link

  • da Silva, C.R.B., van den Berg, C.P., Condon, N.D., Riginos, C., Wilson, R.S., Cheney, K.L.(2020). Intertidal gobies acclimate rate of luminance change for background matching with shifts in seasonal temperature. Journal of Animal Ecology; 00: 1– 12. – link
  • Matchette, S. R.; Cuthill, I. C.; Cheney, K. L.; Marshall, N. J. Scott-Samuel, N. E. (2020). Underwater caustics disrupt prey detection by a reef fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 287(1924). – link

  • Luehrmann, M., Cortesi, F., Cheney, K.L.; de Busserolles, F., Marshall, N. J. (2020). Microhabitat partitioning correlates with opsin gene expression in coral reef cardinalfishes (Apogonidae). Functional Ecology, 00: 1-12. – link

  • van den Berg, C. P.  Troscianko, J., Endler, J. A., Marshall, N. J., Cheney, K. L. (2019). Quantitative Colour Pattern Analysis (QCPA): A comprehensive framework for the analysis of colour patterns in nature. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 11 (2). – link

  • Escobar-Camacho, D., Taylor, M. A., Cheney, K. L., Green, N. F., Marshall, J. N. and Carleton, K. L. (2019). Behavioral color thresholds in a cichlid fish: Metriaclima benetos, Journal of Experimental Biology, 222. – link

  • Cheney, K. L., Green, N. F.,Vibert, A., Vorobyev, M.; Marshall, J.; Osorio, D.; Endler, J. A., (2019). An Ishihara-style test of animal colour vision. Journal of Experimental Biology, 222. – link  

  • Luehrmann, M., Carleton, K. L., Cortesi, F., Cheney, K. L. and Marshall, N. J. (2019). Cardinalfishes (Apogonidae) show visual system adaptations typical of nocturnally and diurnally active fish. Molecular Ecology, 28 (12) 3025-3041. – link

  • Marshall, N. J., Cortesi, F., de Busserolles, F., Siebeck, U. E., Cheney, K. L. (2019). Colour and colour vision in reef fishes: past present and future research directions, Journal of Fish Biology, 95 (1): 5-38. – link

  • Winters, A. E.,White, A. M., Cheney, K. L., Garson, M. J. (2019). Geographic variation in diterpene-based secondary metabolites and level of defences in an aposematic nudibranch, Goniobranchus splendidus. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 85 (1): 133-142.

  • Winters, A. E.,Wilson, N. G., van den Berg, C., How, M. J., Garson, M. J., Endler. J. A., Marshall, N. J., & Cheney, K. L.  (2018). Toxicity and taste: unequal chemical defences in a mimicry ring. Proceedings of Royal Society of London, B-Biological Sciences, 285 (1880): 20180457. 

  • Luehrmann, M. L.,Stieb, S. M., Carleton, K. L., Pietzger, A., Cheney, K. L.,Marshall, N. J. (2018). Short term colour vision plasticity on the reef: Changes in opsin expression under varying light conditions differ between ecologically distinct reef fish species. Journal of Experimental Biology, 221. – link

  • Green, N. F., Urquhart, H. H., van den Berg, C. P., Marshall, N. J., Cheney, K. L. (2018). Pattern edges improve predator learning of aposematic signals. Behavioral Ecology, 29 (6): 1481-1486. – link

  • Cheney, K. L, Wilson, N. G. (2018). Nudibranchs, Current Biology,28 (1): R4-R5. 

  • Winters, A. E., White, A. M., Dewi, A. S., I. Mudianta, I. W., Wilson, N. G., Forster, L. C., Garson, M. J. & Cheney, K. L. (2018). Distribution of defensive metabolites in nudibranch molluscs. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 44 (4): 384-396.

  • Forster, L. C.,White, A. M., Cheney, K. L., and Garson, M. J. (2018). Oxygenated terpenes from the IndoPacific nudibranchs Goniobranchus splendidusand Goniobranchus collingwoodi. Natural Product Communications 3(3): 299-302. 

  • Dewi, A. S., Pieren, G. K., Cheney, K. L., Blanchfield, J. T., Garson, M. J. (2018). Chromolactol, an oxygenated diterpene from the IndoPacific nudibranch Goniobranchus coi: spectroscopic and computational studies. Australian Journal of Chemistry, 14 (11): 198. 

  • Sim, D. C. M., Mudianta, I. W., White, A. M., Ni Wayan Martiningsih, N. W., Loh, J. J. M., Cheney, K. L. and Garson, M. J. (2018). New sesquiterpenoid isonitriles from three species of Phyllidid nudibranchs. Fitoterapia, 126: 69-73. 

  • How, M. J., Lange, J. E.,Marshall, N. J., Cheney, K. L. (2017). Disruptive colouration in reef fish: does matching the background reduce predation risk? Journal of Experimental Biology, 220: 1962-1974.

  • Green, N. F., McClure, E. C., Osorio, D. C., Voroybev, M., Marshall, N. J., Cheney, K. L. (2017). Fish use colour to learn compound visual signals. Animal Behaviour, 125: 93-100. 

  • Green, N. F., Wilson, N. G., How, M. J., Garson, M. J., Marshall, N. J., & Cheney, K. L. (2017). Stabilizing selection on individual pattern elements of aposematic signals. Proceedings of Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 284 (1861): 20170926.

  • Giordano, G., Carbone, M., Ciavatta, M. L., Silvano, E., Gavagnin, M., Garson, M. J., Cheney, K. L., Mudianta, I. W., Russo, G. F., Villani, G., Magliozzi, L., Polese, G., Zidorn, C., Cutignano, A., Fontana, A., Ghiselin, M. T. and Mollo, E. (2017). Volatile secondary metabolites as aposematic olfactory signals and defensive weapons in aquatic environment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 114 (13): 3451-3456.

  • Cheney, K. L., Cortesi, F., Marshall, N. J., Vorobyev, M. (2017). Triggerfish use chromaticity and lightness for object segregation. Royal Society Open Science, 4 (12): 1-10. 

  • White, A. M., Dao, K., Vrubliauskas, D., Könst, Z. A., Pierens, G. K., Mándi, A., Andrews, K. T., Skinner-Adams, T. S., Clarke, M. E., Narbutas, P. T., Sim, D. C. M., Cheney, K. L., Kurtán, T., Garson, M. J. and Vanderwal, C. D. (2017). Catalyst-controlled stereoselective synthesis secures the structure of the antimalarial Isocyanoterpene Pustulosaisonitrile-1. Journal of Organic Chemistry, 82: 13313-13323. 

  • Grutter, A. S., De Brauwer, M., Bshary, R., Cheney, K. L., Cribb, T. H., Madin, E. M. P., McClure, E. C., Meekan, M. G., Sun, D., Warner, R. R., Werminghausen, J. &  Sikkel, P. C. (2017). Parasite infestation increases on coral reefs without cleaner fish. Coral Reefs, 37 (1):15-24. 

  • Forster, L. C., Pierens, G. K., White, A. M., Cheney, K. L., Dewapriya, P., Capon, R. J., and Garson, M. J. (2017). Cytotoxic spiroepoxide lactone and its putative biosynthetic precursor from Goniobranchus splendidus. ACS Omega, 2 (6): 2672-2677.

  • Cheney, K. L., Cortesi, F., Nilsson Sköld, H. (2017). Regulation, constraints and benefits of colour plasticity in a mimicry system, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 122 (2): 385-393. 

  • Winters, A. E., Cheney, K. L.,Dewapriya, P., Capon, R., Garson, M. (2017). Spongian-16-one Diterpenes and their anatomical distribution in the Australian nudibranch Goniobranchus collingwoodi. Journal of Natural Products, 80 (3): 670-675.

  • Simpson, E. E., Marshall N. J., Cheney, K. L. (2016). Fooling ‘Picasso’: coral reef fish perceive lightness illusions. Scientific Reports, 6: 35335.

  • White, A. W., Mudianta, I. W., Winters, A. E., Quezada, M., Mollo, E. Garson, M. J. (2016). Choose your weaponry: selective storage of a single highly toxic compound, latrunculin-A, by closely related nudibranch molluscs, PLoS ONE, 11 (1): 1-16.

  • Dewi, A. S., Cheney, K. L., Urquhart, H. H., Blanchfield, J. T. and Garson, M. J. (2016). The sequestration of oxy-polybrominated diphenyl ethers in the nudibranchs Miamira magnificaand Miamira miamirana. Marine Drugs, 14 (11): 198.

     
  • Wilson, N. G, Winters, A. E., Cheney, K. L. (2016). Tropical range extension for the temperate, endemic South-Eastern Australian nudibranch Goniobranchus splendidus (Angas, 1864). Diversity, 8 (3): 16.1-16.8. 

  • Cortesi, F., Musilova, Z., Stieb, S. M., Hart, N. S., Siebeck, U. E., Cheney, K. L., Salzburger. W., and Marshall, N. J. (2016). From crypsis to mimicry: changes in colour and the configuration of the visual system during ontogenetic habitat transitions in a coral reef fish. Journal of Experimental Biology, 219 (16): 2545-2558. 

  • White, A. M.,Dewi, A. S., Cheney, K. L.,Winters, A. E., Garson, M. J. (2016). Oxygenated diterpenes from the Indo-Pacific nudibranchs Goniobranchus splendidus and Ardeadoris egretta. Natural Product Communications, 11 (7): 921-924.

  • Nilsson Sköld, H., Aspengren, S. Cheney, K. L.and Wallin, M. (2016). Fish Chromatophores – From Molecular Motors to Animal BehaviorInternational Review of Cell & Molecular Biology, 321: 171-219. 

  • Cortesi, F., Feeney, W. E, Ferrari, M. C. O., Waldie, P. A., Phillips, G. A. C, McClure, E. C., Sköld, H. N, Salzburger, W., Marshall, N. J., Cheney, K. L. (2015). Phenotypic plasticity confers multiple fitness benefits to a mimic. Current Biology, 25 (7): 949-954.

  • White, A. M.,Pierens, G. K., Forster, L. C., Winters, A. E.,Cheney, K. L., Garson, M. J. (2015). Rearranged diterpenes and norditerpenes from three Australian Goniobranchus mollusks. Journal of Natural Products, 79 (3): 477-483.

  • Sun, D., CheneyK. L., Werminghausen, J., McClure, E. C., Meekan, M. G., McCormick, M. I., Cribb, T. H., Grutter,A. S. (2015). Cleaner wrasse influence habitat selection of young damselfish. Coral Reefs, 35 (2): 427-436. 

  • Sun, D., Cheney,K. L., Werminghausen, J., Meekan, M. G., McCormick, M. I., Cribb, T. H., Grutter, A. S. (2015). Presence of cleaner wrasse increases the recruitment of damselfishes to coral reefs. Biology Letters, 11 (8): 20150456.

  • Cortesi, F., Musilová, Z., Stieb, S. M., Hart, N. S., Siebeck, U. E., Malmstrøm, M., Tørresen, O. K., Jentoft, S., CheneyK. L.,Marshall, N.J., Carleton, K.L., Salzburger. W. (2015). Ancestral duplications and highly dynamic opsin gene evolution in percomorph fishes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112 5: 1493-1498. 

  • Yong, K.W. L., Mudianta, I.W., Cheney, K. L., Mollo, E., Blanchfield, J. T. and Garson, M. J. (2015) Isolation of norsesterterpenes and spongian diterpenes from Dorisprismatica (=Glossodoris) atromarginata. Journal of Natural Products, 78 (3): 421-430. 

  • Mudianta, W. I, White, A. M., Suciati, Katavic, P. L., Krishnaraj, R. R., Winters, A. E., Mollo, E., Cheney, K. L. and Garson, M. J. (2014). Chemoecological studies on marine natural products: terpene chemistry from marine mollusks. Pure and Applied Chemistry, 86 (6): 995-1002.

  • Cheney, K. L., Cortesi, F.,How, M. J., Wilson, N. G., Blomberg, S. P., Winters, A. E., Umanzor, S. and Marshall, N. J. (2014). Conspicuous visual signals do not coevolve with increased body size in marine sea slugs. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27 (4): 676-687. 

  • Cheney, K. L., Grutter, A. S. and Bshary, R. (2014). Geographical variation in the benefits obtained by a coral reef fish mimic. Animal Behaviour, 88: 85-90. 

  • Cheney, K. L., Newport, C., McClure, E. C. and Marshall, N. J. (2013). Colour vision and response bias in a coral reef fish. Journal of Experimental Biology, 216: 2967-2973. 

  • Marshall, N. J. and Cheney, K. L. (2013). Vision and body colouration in marine invertebrates. In John S. Werner and Leo M. Chalupa (Ed.), The New Visual Neurosciences (pp. 1165-1178) Cambridge, MA, USA: MIT Press.

  • Mudianta, I. W., Challinor, V. L., Winters, A. E., Cheney, K. L., De Voss, J. J. and Garson, M. J. (2013). Synthesis and determination of the absolute configuration of (-)-(5R,6Z)-dendrolasin-5-acetate from the nudibranch Hypselodoris jacksoni. Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, 9: 2925-2933.

  • Cheney, K. L. (2013). Cleaner fish coloration decreases predation risk in aggressive fangblenny mimics. Behavioral Ecology, 24 (5): 1161-1165.

  • Welicky, R. L., Cheney, K. L., Coile, A. M., McCammon, A. and Sikkel, P. C. (2013). The relationship between lunar periodicity and activity of fish-parasitic gnathiid isopods in the Caribbean. Marine Biology, 160 (7): 1607-1617.

  • Cheney, K. L. (2012). Cleaner wrasse mimics inflict higher costs on their models when they are more aggressive towards signal receivers. Biology Letters, 8: 10-12. 

  • Waldie, P. A., Blomberg, S. P., Cheney, K. L., Goldizen, A. W., and Grutter, A. S. (2011). Long-term effects of the cleaner fish Labroides dimidiatus on coral reef fish communities. PLoS ONE, 6 (6): e21201. 

  • Clague, G. E., Cheney, K. L., Goldizen, A. W., McCormick, M. I., Waldie, P.A. and Grutter A. S. (2011). Long-term cleaner fish presence affects growth of a coral reef fish. Biology Letters, 7: 863-865.

  • Marshall N. J. and Cheney K. L. (2011). Color vision and color communication in reef fish. In: Farrell A.P., (ed.), Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: From Genome to Environment, volume 1, pp. 150–158. San Diego: Academic Press 

  • Cortesi, F. & Cheney, K. L. (2010). Conspicuousness is correlated with toxicity in marine opisthobranchs. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23 (7): 1509-1518. 

  • Cheney, K. L. (2010). Multiple selective pressures apply to a coral reef fish mimic: a case of Batesian-aggressive mimicry. Proceedings of Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 277:1849-1855. 

  • Cheney, K. L.,Grutter, A. S., Blomberg, S. P. Marshall, N. J. (2009). Blue and yellow signal cleaning behaviour in coral reef fishes. Current Biology, 19 (15): 1283-1287.

  • Cheney, K. L., Skogh, C., Hart, N. S. & Marshall N. J. (2009). Mimicry, colour forms and spectral sensitivity of the bluestriped fangblenny, Plagiotremus rhinorhynchos. Proceedings of Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 276: 1565-1573. 

  • Cheney K. L. (2009). Interspecific relationships in ‘Biology of Blennies’ (eds. Patzner, R. A., Goncalves, E., Hastings, P. & Kapoor, B.G.), Science Publishers, Enfield, NH, US.

  • Lettieri, L. B., Cheney, K. L., Mazel, C. H., Boothe, D., Marshall, N. J. and Streelman, J. T. (2009). Cleaner gobies evolve advertising stripes of higher contrast. Journal of Experimental Biology, 212: 2194-2203. 

  • Cheney, K. L. & Marshall N. J. (2009). Mimicry in coral reef fish: how accurate is this deception in terms of colour and luminance? Behavioral Ecology, 20 (3): 459-468. 

  • Cheney, K. L., Bshary, R. & Grutter, A.S. (2008). Cleaner fish cause predators to reduce aggression towards bystanders at cleaning stations. Behavioral Ecology, 19: 1063-1067. 

  • Cheney, K. L. & Eckes, M. J. (2008). Cleaner fish clean cleaner mimics. Coral Reefs, 27 (3): 527-527. 

  • Cheney, K. L., Grutter, A. S. & Marshall N. J. (2008). Facultative mimicry: cues for colour change and colour accuracy in a coral reef fish. Proceedings of Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 275: 117–122. 

  • Cheney, K. L. (2008). The role of avoidance learning in an aggressive mimicry system. Behavioral Ecology, 19 (3): 583-588.

  • Cheney, K. L. (2008). Non-kin egg cannibalism and group nest-raiding by Caribbean sergeant major damselfish (Abudefduf saxatilis). Coral Reefs, 27: 115-115.

  • Cheney, K. L. & Côté I. M. (2007). Aggressive mimics profit from a model-signal receiver mutualism. Proceedings of Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 274 (1622): 2087-2091. 

  • Côté I. M. & Cheney, K. L. (2007). A protective function for aggressive mimicry? Proceedings of Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 274 (1624): 2445-2448. 

  • Côté, I. M. & Cheney, K. L. (2005). Choosing when to be a cleaner-fish mimic. Nature, 433: 211-212.

  • Cheney, K. L. & Côté, I. M. (2005). Frequency-dependent success of aggressive mimics in a cleaning symbiosis. Proceedings of Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 272 (1581): 2635-2639.

  • Cheney, K. L. & Côté, I. M. (2005). Mutualism or parasitism? The variable outcome of cleaning symbioses. Biology Letters, 1 (2): 162-165.

  • Côté, I. M. & Cheney, K. L. (2004). Distance-dependent costs and benefits of aggressive mimicry in a cleaning symbiosis. Proceedings of Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 271 (1557): 2627-2630.

  • Sikkel, P., Cheney, K. L. & Côté, I. M. (2004). In situ evidence for ectoparasites as the proximate cause of cleaning interactions in reef fish. Animal Behaviour, 68: 241-247.

  • Cheney, K. L. & Côté, I. M. (2003d). Do ectoparasites determine cleaner fish abundance? Evidence on two spatial scales. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 263: 189-196.

  • Cheney, K. L. & Côté, I. M. (2003c). The ultimate effect of being cleaned: does ectoparasite removal increase reproductive success in a damselfish client? Behavioral Ecology, 14: 892-896.

  • Cheney, K. L. & Côté, I. M. (2003b). Indirect consequences of parental care: Sex differences in ectoparasite burden and cleaner-seeking activity in longfin damselfish. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 262: 267-275.

  • Cheney, K. L. & Côté, I. M. (2003a). Habitat choice in adult longfin damselfish: territory characteristics and relocation times. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 287: 1-12.

  • Cheney, K. L. & Côté, I. M. (2001). Are Caribbean cleaning symbioses mutualistic? Costs and benefits of visiting cleaning stations to longfin damselfish. Animal Behaviour, 62: 927-933.

  • Kaiser M. J., Cheney K.L, Spence F. E., Edwards D. B., Radford K. (1999). Fishing effects in northeast Atlantic shelf seas: patterns in fishing effort, diversity and community structure VII. The effects of trawling disturbance on the fauna associated with the tubeheads of serpulid worms. Fisheries Research, 40 (2): 195-205.

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