All publications are listed in full on the species pages (see above). Here we present recent papers that have been published under an open access model. These freely available papers can be downloaded below and  provide an example of our work.

Bolton PE, West AJ, Cardilini APA, Clark JA, Maute KL, Legge S, Brazill-Boast J, Griffith SC, Rollins LA (2016) Three molecular markers show no evidence of population genetic structure in the Gouldian finch (Erythrura gouldiae). PLoS ONE 11(12): e0167723. [PDF]

Andrew SC, Griffith SC (2016) Inaccuracies in the history of a well-known introduction: a case study of the Australian House Sparrow (Passer domesticus). Avian Research, 7:9 [PDF]

Griffith SC, Mainwaring MC, Sorato E, Beckmann C, (2016) High atmospheric temperatures and ‘ambient incubation’ drive embryonic development and lead to earlier hatching in a passerine bird. Royal Society Open Science, 3, 150371, pp 1-14.    [PDF]

van Rooij EP, Rollins LA, Holleley CE, Griffith SC (2016) Extra-pair paternity in the long-tailed finch Poephila acuticauda. PeerJ, 4:e1550   [PDF]

Rowe M, Griffith SC, Hofgaard A, Lifjeld JT (2015) Subspecific variation in sperm morphology and performance in the Long-tailed Finch (Poephila acuticauda). Avian Research, 6, 23  [PDF]

Liebl AL, Schrey AW, Andrew SC, Sheldon EL, Griffith SC (2015) Invasion genetics: lessons from a ubiquitous bird, the house sparrow (Passer domesticus). Current Zoology, 61, 465-476.  [PDF]

Dall SRX & Griffith SC (2014). An empiricist guide to animal personality variation in ecology and evolution. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 2:3   [PDF]

McCowan LC & Griffith SC (2014) Nestling activity levels during begging behaviour predicts activity level and body mass in adulthood. PeerJ 2:e566  [PDF]

van Rooij EP, & Griffith SC (2013). Synchronised provisioning at the nest: parental coordination over care in a socially monogamous species. PeerJ, 1:e232  [PDF]

Warrington MH, Rollins LA, Raihani NJ, Russell AF, & Griffith SC (2013). Genetic monogamy despite variable ecological conditions and social environment in the cooperatively breeding apostlebird. Ecology and Evolution, 3, 4669-4682   [PDF]

Mainwaring MC & Griffith SC (2013). Looking after your partner: sentinel behaviour in a socially monogamous bird. PeerJ 1:e83   [PDF]

Rollins LA, Svedin N, Pryke SR & Griffith SC (2012). The role of the Ord Arid Intrusion in the historical and contemporary genetic division of long-tailed finch subspecies in northern Australia. Ecology and Evolution, 2, 1208-1219   [PDF]