Neville Pillay
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Intraspecific variation in the spatial and social organization of the African striped mouse
C Schradin, N Pillay
Journal of Mammalogy 86 (1), 99-107, 2005
The striped mouse (Rhabdomys pumilio) from the succulent karoo, South Africa: a territorial group-living solitary forager with communal breeding and helpers at the nest.
C Schradin, N Pillay
Journal of Comparative Psychology 118 (1), 37, 2004
Social flexibility and social evolution in mammals: a case study of the African striped mouse (Rhabdomys pumilio)
C Schradin, AK Lindholm, JES Johannesen, I Schoepf, CHIH YUEN, ...
Molecular Ecology 21 (3), 541-553, 2012
Female striped mice (Rhabdomys pumilio) change their home ranges in response to seasonal variation in food availability
C Schradin, N Pillay
Behavioral Ecology 17 (3), 452-458, 2006
Reproductive competition favours solitary living while ecological constraints impose group‐living in African striped mice
C Schradin, B König, N Pillay
Journal of Animal Ecology 79 (3), 515-521, 2010
Female home range size is regulated by resource distribution and intraspecific competition: a long-term field study
C Schradin, G Schmohl, HG Rödel, I Schoepf, SM Treffler, J Brenner, ...
Animal Behaviour 79 (1), 195-203, 2010
A meta-analysis of human–wildlife conflict: South African and global perspectives
N Seoraj-Pillai, N Pillay
Sustainability 9 (1), 34, 2016
Huddling in groups leads to daily energy savings in free-living African four-striped grass mice, Rhabdomys pumilio
M Scantlebury, NC Bennett, JR Speakman, N Pillay, C Schradin
Functional Ecology, 166-173, 2006
Paternal care in the social and diurnal striped mouse (Rhabdomys pumilio): laboratory and field evidence.
C Schradin, N Pillay
Journal of Comparative Psychology 117 (3), 317, 2003
Demography of the striped mouse (Rhabdomys pumilio) in the succulent karoo
C Schradin, N Pillay
Mammalian Biology 70 (2), 84-92, 2005
Testosterone levels in dominant sociable males are lower than in solitary roamers: physiological differences between three male reproductive tactics in a sociably flexible mammal
C Schradin, M Scantlebury, N Pillay, B König
The American Naturalist 173 (3), 376-388, 2009
The influence of the father on offspring development in the striped mouse
C Schradin, N Pillay
Behavioral Ecology 16 (2), 450-455, 2005
Manipulation of population density and food availability affects home range sizes of African striped mouse females
I Schoepf, G Schmohl, B König, N Pillay, C Schradin
Animal Behaviour 99, 53-60, 2015
Female mate preference and reproductive isolation in populations of the striped mouse Rhabdomys pumilio
N Pillay
Behaviour 137 (11), 1431-1441, 2000
Spatial Distribution of Indo-Pacific Humpback Dolphins (Sousa chinensis) at Richards Bay, South Africa: Environmental
S Atkins, N Pillay, VM Peddemors
Aquatic Mammals 30 (1), 84-93, 2004
Stereotypic behaviour is genetically transmitted in the African striped mouse Rhabdomys pumilio
U Schwaibold, N Pillay
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 74 (4), 273-280, 2001
Humpback dolphin bycatch in the shark nets in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
S Atkins, G Cliff, N Pillay
Biological Conservation 159, 442-449, 2013
Personality traits are consistent when measured in the field and in the laboratory in African striped mice (Rhabdomys pumilio)
CH Yuen, N Pillay, M Heinrichs, I Schoepf, C Schradin
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70, 1235-1246, 2016
Extinction or Survival? Behavioral Flexibility in Response to Environmental Change in the African Striped Mouse Rhabdomys
TL Rymer, N Pillay, C Schradin
Sustainability 5 (1), 163-186, 2013
Winter huddling groups in the striped mouse
C Schradin, M Schubert, N Pillay
Canadian Journal of Zoology 84 (5), 693-698, 2006
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