Phillip G Jellyman
Phillip G Jellyman
NIWA, University of Canterbury
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Dual influences of ecosystem size and disturbance on food chain length in streams
PA McHugh, AR McIntosh, PG Jellyman
Ecology letters 13 (7), 881-890, 2010
The impact of trout on galaxiid fishes in New Zealand
AR McIntosh, PA McHugh, NR Dunn, JM Goodman, SW Howard, ...
Limitation and facilitation of one of the world's most invasive fish: an intercontinental comparison
P Budy, GP Thiede, J Lobón-Cerviá, GG Fernandez, P McHugh, ...
Ecology 94 (2), 356-367, 2013
Heavy metals: confounding factors in the response of New Zealand freshwater fish assemblages to natural and anthropogenic acidity
HS Greig, DK Niyogi, KL Hogsden, PG Jellyman, JS Harding
Science of the Total Environment 408 (16), 3240-3250, 2010
Life histories of closely related amphidromous and non‐migratory fish species: A trade‐off between egg size and fecundity
GP Closs, AS Hicks, PG Jellyman
Freshwater Biology 58 (6), 1162-1177, 2013
Does one size fit all? An evaluation of length–weight relationships for New Zealand's freshwater fish species
PG Jellyman, DJ Booker, SK Crow, ML Bonnett, DJ Jellyman
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 47 (4), 450-468, 2013
Quantifying the direct and indirect effects of flow‐related disturbance on stream fish assemblages
PG Jellyman, DJ Booker, AR McIntosh
Freshwater Biology 58 (12), 2614-2631, 2013
The abundance, distribution and structural characteristics of tree‐holes in Nothofagus forest, New Zealand
TJ Blakely, PG Jellyman, RJ Holdaway, L Young, BEN Burrows, ...
Austral Ecology 33 (8), 963-974, 2008
The role of dams in altering freshwater fish communities in New Zealand
PG Jellyman, JS Harding
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 46 (4), 475-489, 2012
The influence of habitat availability and adult density on non‐diadromous galaxiid fry settlement in New Zealand
PG Jellyman, AR McIntosh
Journal of Fish Biology 72 (1), 143-156, 2008
Recruitment variation in a stream galaxiid fish: multiple influences on fry dynamics in a heterogeneous environment
PG Jellyman, AR Mcintosh
Freshwater Biology 55 (9), 1930-1944, 2010
Disentangling the stream community impacts of Didymosphenia geminata: How are higher trophic levels affected?
PG Jellyman, JS Harding
Biological Invasions 18 (12), 3419-3435, 2016
Controlling the Invasive Diatom Didymosphenia geminata: An Ecotoxicity Assessment of Four Potential Biocides
PG Jellyman, SJ Clearwater, JS Clayton, C Kilroy, N Blair, CW Hickey, ...
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 61 (1), 115-127, 2011
Pulse‐dose application of chelated copper to a river for Didymosphenia geminata control: Effects on macroinvertebrates and fish
SJ Clearwater, PG Jellyman, BJF Biggs, CW Hickey, N Blair, JS Clayton
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30 (1), 181-195, 2011
Increases in disturbance and reductions in habitat size interact to suppress predator body size
PG Jellyman, PA McHugh, AR McIntosh
Global change biology 20 (5), 1550-1558, 2014
Capacity to support predators scales with habitat size
AR McIntosh, PA McHugh, MJ Plank, PG Jellyman, HJ Warburton, ...
Science advances 4 (7), eaap7523, 2018
Variable survival across low pH gradients in freshwater fish species
PG Jellyman, JS Harding
Journal of fish biology 85 (5), 1746-1752, 2014
The effect of ramp slope and surface type on the climbing success of shortfin eel (Anguilla australis) elvers
PG Jellyman, JT Bauld, SK Crow
Marine and Freshwater Research 68 (7), 1317-1324, 2017
Distribution of native fish in the Ngakawau and Waimangaroa Rivers
JS Harding, AR McIntosh, DP Gray, P Jellyman, H Eikaas
Report for Solid Energy, School of Biological Sciences, University of …, 2006
Responsiveness of fish mass–abundance relationships and trophic metrics to flood disturbance, stream size, land cover and predator taxa presence in headwater streams
KM Fraley, HJ Warburton, PG Jellyman, D Kelly, AR McIntosh
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 27 (4), 999-1014, 2018
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