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Rebecca Stutz
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Follow your nose: leaf odour as an important foraging cue for mammalian herbivores
RS Stutz, PB Banks, N Proschogo, C McArthur
Oecologia 182, 643-651, 2016
362016
Olfactory and visual plant cues as drivers of selective herbivory
RS Stutz, BM Croak, N Proschogo, PB Banks, C McArthur
Oikos 126 (2), 2017
332017
Associational refuge in practice: can existing vegetation facilitate woodland restoration?
RS Stutz, PB Banks, N Dexter, C McArthur
Oikos 124 (5), 571-580, 2015
252015
Herbivore search behaviour drives associational plant refuge
RS Stutz, PB Banks, N Dexter, C McArthur
Acta Oecologica 67, 1-7, 2015
232015
Leaf odour cues enable non‐random foraging by mammalian herbivores
PB Finnerty, RS Stutz, CJ Price, PB Banks, C McArthur
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (6), 1317-1328, 2017
222017
Forage brassicas have potential for wider use in drier, mixed crop–livestock farming systems across Australia
LW Bell, LJ Watt, RS Stutz
Crop and Pasture Science 71 (10), 924-943, 2020
122020
Cohesiveness reduces foraging efficiency in a social herbivore
RS Stutz, UA Bergvall, O Leimar, J Tuomi, P Rautio
Animal behaviour 135, 57-68, 2018
112018
Borrowed plant defences: Deterring browsers using a forestry by-product
RS Stutz, BM Croak, O Leimar, UA Bergvall
Forest Ecology and Management 390, 1-7, 2017
82017
Legume persistence for grasslands in tableland environments of south-eastern Australia
RC Hayes, MT Newell, GD Li, RE Haling, CA Harris, RA Culvenor, ...
Crop and Pasture Science, 2023
72023
A mechanistic understanding of repellent function against mammalian herbivores
RS Stutz, L Verschuur, O Leimar, UA Bergvall
Ecological processes 8, 1-8, 2019
72019
Productivity of diverse forage brassica genotypes exceeds that of oats across multiple environments within Australia’s mixed farming zone
LJ Watt, LW Bell, BD Cocks, AD Swan, RS Stutz, A Toovey, J De Faveri
Crop and Pasture Science 72 (5), 393-406, 2021
62021
Legume options for summer-active pastures in a temperate rainfall environment of south-eastern Australia
RS Stutz, J De Faveri, RA Culvenor
Crop and Pasture Science, 2023
32023
Efficient application of a browsing repellent: Can associational effects within and between plants be exploited?
RS Stutz, S Pedersen, M Teräväinen, P Kjellander, O Leimar, L Verschuur, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 138 (2), 253-262, 2019
12019
Plant drivers of foraging behaviour in a generalist browser
RS Stutz
University of Sydney, 2015
12015
Finding food in the forest: A swamp wallaby's guide
R Stutz
Wildlife Australia 54 (1), 43, 2017
2017
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