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22-Jan-2000The importance of stable schooling: do familiar sticklebacks stick together?Barber, I; Ruxton, GDJournal Article
1-May-2000Limitations to colour-based sexual preferences in three-spined sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus)Braithwaite, VA; Barber, IJournal Article
1-Apr-2000Schooling, dusk flight and dance: social organisations as amplifiers of individual quality?Barber, I; Folstad, IJournal Article
2000Carotenoid-based sexual coloration and body condition in nesting male sticklebacksBarber, I; Arnott, SA; Andrew, J; Huntingford, FA; Barber, I; Arnott, SA; Braithwaite, VA; Mullen, WJournal Article
2000Effects of parasites on fish behaviour: A review and evolutionary perspectiveBarber, I; Barber, I; Hoare, D; Krause, JJournal Article
Dec-1998Parasitism, oddity and the mechanism of shoal choiceBarber, I; Barber, I; Downey, LC; Braithwaite, VAJournal Article
2000Shoaling behaviour of the two-spotted gobySvensson, PA; Barber, I; Forsgren, EJournal Article
2002Parasites, male-male competition and female mate choice in the sand gobyBarber, I; Barber, IJournal Article
1-Dec-1995The effect of Schistocephalus solidus (Cestoda: Pseudophyllidea) on the foraging and shoaling behaviour of three-spined sticklebacks, Gasterosteus aculeatusBarber, I; Huntingford, FAJournal Article
1996Parasite infection alters schooling behaviour: Deviant positioning of helminth-infected minnows in conspecific groupsBarber, I; Huntingford, FAJournal Article