Research

Linnean Society of NSW ($500), 2015.

"Effect of sexual cannibalism on male postcopulatory strategies in the false garden mantid." A Jayaweera (CI), K Barry (JI).


Linnean Society of NSW ($1500), 2014.

"Cryptic male choice in a sexually  cannibalistic praying mantid." K Barry (CI).

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Linnean Society of NSW ($600), 2014.

"Investigating the mechanisms through which cannibalised males inhibit female remating in the Australian redback spider, Latrodectus hasselti." R Boisseau (CI), K Barry (CI).



Linnean Society of NSW ($1,400), 2012.

“Extreme reproductive conflict: sexual cannibalism, female deception, and the evolution of male mate choice." K Barry (CI).


Assoc for the Study of Animal Behaviour (£5,000), 2012.

“Extreme reproductive conflict: sexual cannibalism, female deception, and the evolution of male mate choice." K Barry (CI).


Aust Entomological Society ($1,625), 2012.

“Extreme reproductive conflict: sexual cannibalism, female deception, and the evolution of male mate choice." K Barry (CI).


Linnean Society of NSW ($1,000), 2011.

“Nutritional Ecology of mating and sexual cannibalism in praying mantids." K Barry (CI), S Wilder (PI).


Australian Entomological Society ($1,500), 2011.

“Nutritional Ecology of mating and sexual cannibalism in praying mantids." K Barry (CI), S Wilder (PI).


Australia & Pacific Science Foundation ($41,187), 2010.

“Sex, symbiosis, and ‘she-males’: probing the bizarre reproductive manipulations imposed by bacterial endosymbionts upon Australian butterflies.” D Kemp (CI), K Barry (CI), M Reigler (PI).


Ausralian Geographic ($3,000), 2010.

“Bacteria, butterflies and bright colouration: does Wolbachia infection drive the evolution of brightly coloured sexual signals?” K Barry (CI).


Linnean Society of NSW ($1,400), 2010.

“Bacteria, butterflies and bright colouration: does Wolbachia infection drive the evolution of brightly coloured sexual signals?” K Barry (CI).


Linnean Society of NSW ($1,200), 2009.

“Examination of female pheromone use in an Australian praying mantis” K Barry (CI).


Linnean Society of NSW ($1,200), 2008.

“Male and female mating strategies in an Australian praying mantis.” K Barry (CI).


Royal Zoological Society of NSW ($1,500), 2007.

"Do boys really prefer big girls? Mate attraction and recognition in an Australian praying mantid.” K Barry (CI).


Linnean Society of NSW ($1,200), 2006.

"Mating behaviour of a sexually cannibalistic praying mantid." K Barry (CI).


Travel

Faculty of Science & Dept Biological Sciences, Macquarie University (AUD$4,500): travel to ISBE conference (NEW York USA).

Travelling Fellowship, Journal of Experimental Biology (USD$2,600): travel to State University of New York for postdoctoral research.

Conference Travel Grant, Royal Entomological Society (GBP290): travel to Entomological Society of America conference (San Diego USA).

Travel Grant, Ian Potter Foundation ($1,000): travel to Entomological Society of America conference (San Diego USA).

Travel Grant, Department of Biological Sciences Macquarie University ($2,000): travel to Entomological Society of America conference (San Diego USA).

International Travel Grant, Macquarie University ($1,500): travel to ISBE conference (Cornell USA) and Intl Congress of Entomology (Durban SA).

Travel Grant (USD$300), Intl Society Behavioural Ecology conference (Cornell USA).

Postgraduate Research Fund, Macquarie University ($4,000): travel to ISBE conference (Cornell USA) and Intl Congress of Entomology (Durban SA).

Australasian Student Assistance Grant (NZD$500), Evolution conference (Auckland NZ).

Travel Grant (£300), Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour conference (Utah USA).

International Travel Grant, Macquarie University ($1,000): travel to Animal Behavior Society conference (Utah USA).

International Travel Grant, Macquarie University ($2,000): travel to Zimbabwe for Hyena Research Project.