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1. Ng, T. P. T., Davies, M. S., Stafford, R. & Williams, G. A. (2011) Mucus trail following as a mate-searching strategy in mangrove littorinid snails. Animal Behaviour 82: 459-465

2. Ng, T. P. T. & Williams, G. A. (2012) Contrasting reproductive traits in two species of mangrove-dwelling littorinid snails in a seasonal tropical habitat. Invertebrate Biology 131: 177-186

3. Marshall D. J. & Ng, T. P. T. (2013) Shell standing in littorinid snails: a multifunctional behaviour associated with mating? Journal of Molluscan Studies 79:74-75

4. Ng, T. P. T., Saltin, S. H., Davies, M. S., Johannesson, K., Stafford, R. & Williams, G. A. (2013) Snails and their trails: the multiple functions of trail following in gastropods. Biological Reviews 88: 683-700

5. Ng, T. P. T. (2013) Sexual selection in marine snails using littorinids as model species. The Malacologist (the bulletin of the Malacological Society of London) 61: 20-22

6. Ng, T. P. T. & Williams, G. A. (2014) Size-dependent male mate preference and its association with size-assortative mating in a mangrove snail, Littoraria ardouiniana. Ethology 120:995-1002

7. Ng, T. P. T. & Williams, G. A. (2015) Penis-rejection in a mangrove littorinid snail: why do females reject males? Journal of Molluscan Studies 81: 164-166

8. Stafford, R., Ng, T. P. T., Davies, M. S. & Williams, G. A. (2015) A biologically relevant rapid quantification of physical and biological stress profiles on rocky shores. Ecological Informatics 25: 43-48

9. Perkins M. J., Ng, T. P. T., Dudgeon, D., Bonebrake, T. C. & Leung, K. M. Y. (2015) Conserving intertidal habitats: What is the potential of ecological engineering to mitigate impacts of coastal structures? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 167:504-515

10. Seuront L, & Ng, T. P. T. (2016) Standing in the sun: infrared thermography reveals distinct thermal regulatory behaviours in two tropical high-shore littorinid snails. Journal of Molluscan Studies 82: 336-340.

11. Ng, T. P. T. & Johannesson, K. (2016) No precopulatory inbreeding avoidance in the intertidal snail, Littorina saxatilis. Journal of Molluscan Studies. 82:213-215

12. Ng, T. P. T., Davies, M. S., Stafford, R. & Williams, G. A. (2016) Fighting for mates: the importance of individual size in mating contests in rocky shore littorinids. Marine Biology 163:50

13. Lathlean, J., Seuront, L., McQuaid, C. D., Ng, T. P. T., Zardi, G. & Nicastro, K. (2016) Cheating the locals: invasive mussels steal and benefit from the cooling effect of indigenous mussels. PLOS ONE 11: e0152556

14. Ng, T. P. T., Williams, G. A. Davies, M. S.,Stafford, R., Rolán-Alvarez, E. (2016) Sampling scale can cause bias in positive assortative mating estimates: Evidence from two intertidal snails. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 119: 414–419

15. Zardi, G. I., Nicastro, K. R., McQuaid, C. D., Ng, T. P. T., Lathlean, J. & Seuront, L. (2016) Cool parasites: positive effects of endolithic parasitism on intertidal mussels. Scientific Reports 6:31413

16. Lathlean, J., Seuront, L., McQuaid, C. D., Ng, T. P. T., Zardi, G. & Nicastro, K. (2016) Size and position matter: small-scale patterns of heat-stress associated with two co-occurring mussels with different thermoregulatory behaviour. Marine Biology 163:189

17. Ng, T. P. T., Cheng, C. F., Kevin K. Y. Ho,  Lui, G. C. S., Leung, K. M. Y., Williams, G. A. (2017) Hong Kong’s rich marine biodiversity: the unseen wealth of South China’s megalopolis. Biodiversity and Conservation 26: 23

18. Fernández-Meirama, M., Estévez, D., Ng, T. P. T., Williams,G. A., Carvajal-Rodríguez, A., Rolán-Alvarez, E. (2017) Estimation of positive mating preference by similarity on wild captured mating pairs. Ecology and Evolution 7:2883–2893

19. Lathlean, J., Seuront, L., Ng, T. P. T.  (2017) On the edge: the use of infrared thermography in monitoring responses of intertidal organisms to heat stress. Ecological indicators 81, 567-577

20. Duprey, N., McIlroy, S. E., Ng, T. P. T., Thompson, P. D., Kim, T., Wong, J. C. Y., Wong, C. W. M., Husa, S. M., Li, S.M . H., Williams, G. A., Baker​, D. M. (2017) Facing a wicked problem with optimism: issues and priorities for coral conservation in Hong Kong. Biodiversity and Conservation 26: 2521-2545

21. Ng, T. P. T., Lau S. L. Y., Seuront, L., Davies, M. S., Stafford, R., Williams, G. A. (2018) Linking behaviour and climate change in intertidal invertebrates: Insights from littorinid snails. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 492: 121-131

22. Seuront, L., Ng, T. P. T., Lathlean, J. (2018) A review of the thermal biology and ecology of molluscs, and of the use of infrared thermography in molluscan research 84: 203-232

23. Estévez, D., Ng, T. P. T., Fernández-Meirama, M., Voois J. M., Carvajal-Rodríguez, A.,  Williams,G. A., Rolán-Alvarez, E.  (2018) A novel method to estimate the spatial scale of mate choice in the wild. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72: 195 

24. Ng, T. P. T., Rolán-Alvarez, E.,Saltin, S. H., Davies, M. S., Estévez, D., Stafford, R., Williams, G. A. (in press) The causal relationship between sexual selection and sexual size dimorphism in marine gastropods. Animal Behaviour

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