Brown, WD & Barry KL. 2016. Sexual cannibalism increases male material investment in offspring: quantifying terminal reproductive investment in a praying mantis. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 283: 20160656.
Jayaweera A, Rathnayake DN, Davis KS & Barry KL. 2015. The risk of sexual cannibalism and its affect on male approach and mating behaviour in a praying mantid. Animal Behaviour 110: 113-119.
Holwell GI, Kazakova O, Evans F, O'Hanlon J & Barry KL. 2015. The functional significance of chiral genitalia: morphology, body asymmetry and mating success in Ciulfina praying mantids. PLoS ONE 10(6): e0128755.
Jayaweera A & Barry KL. 2015. Effect of female quality on male ejaculatory expenditure and reproductive success in a praying mantid. PLoS ONE 10(5): e0124209.
Barry KL, White TE, Rathnayake DN, Fabricant SA & Herberstein ME. 2015. Sexual signals for the colour-blind: cryptic female mantids signal quality through brightness. Functional Ecology 29(4): 531-539.
Barry KL. 2015. Sexual deception in a cannibalistic mating system? Testing the Femme Fatale hypothesis. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 282(1800): 20141428.
Allen LE, Barry KL & Holwell GI. 2014. Different paths to sexual size dimorphism in two praying mantids (Pseudomantis albofimbriata and Hierodula majuscula). Insect Science 21(2): 227-233.
Barry KL. 2013. You are what you eat: food limitation affects reproductive fitness in a sexually cannibalistic praying mantid. PLoS ONE 8(10): e78164.
Barry KL & Wilder SM. 2013. Macronutrient content affects reproduction of a predatory insect. Oikos 122: 1058-1064.
Allen LE, Barry KL & Holwell GI. 2012. Mate location and antennal morphology in the praying mantid Hierodula majuscula. Australian Journal of Entomology 51: 133-140.
Allen LE, Barry KL, Holwell GI & Herberstein ME. 2011. Perceived risk of sperm competition affects juvenile development and ejaculate expenditure in male praying mantids. Animal Behaviour 82(5): 1201-1206.
Barry KL, Holwell GI, Herberstein ME. 2011. A paternity advantage for speedy males? Sperm precedence patterns and female re-mating frequencies in a sexually cannibalistic praying mantid. Evolutionary Ecology 25(1): 107-119.
Maxwell MR, Gallego KM & Barry KL. 2010. Effects of female feeding regime in a sexually cannibalistic mantid: fecundity, cannibalism and male response in Stagmomantis limbata (Mantodea). Ecological Entomology 35(6): 775-787.
Barry KL. 2010. Influence of female nutritional status on mating dynamics in a sexually cannibalistic praying mantid. Animal Behaviour 80: 405-411.
Barry KL & Kokko H. 2010. Male mate choice: why sequential choice makes its evolution difficult. Animal Behaviour 80: 163-169.
Barry KL, Holwell GI & Herberstein ME. 2010. Multimodal mate assessment by male praying mantids in a sexually cannibalistic mating system. Animal Behaviour 79: 1165-1172.
Maxwell MR, Barry KL & Phillips PM. 2010. Examination of female pheromone use in two praying mantids: Stagmomantis limbata and Tenodera aridifolia sinensis (Mantodea: Mantidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 100(1): 108-114.
Barry KL, Holwell GI & Herberstein ME. 2009. Male mating behaviour reduces the risk of sexual cannibalism in an Australian praying mantid. Journal of Ethology 27(3): 377-383.
Barry KL, Holwell GI & Herberstein ME. 2008. Female praying mantids use sexual cannibalism as a foraging strategy to increase fecundity. Behavioral Ecology 19: 710-715.
Holwell GI, Barry KL & Herberstein, ME. 2007. Mate location, antennal morphology and ecology in two praying mantids (Insecta: Mantodea). Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 91:307-313.
Barry KL & Göth A. 2006. Call recognition in chicks of the Australian brush-turkey (Alectura lathami). Animal Cognition 9: 47-54.
Herberstein ME, Barry KL, Turoczy MA, Wills E, Youssef C & Elgar MA. 2005. Post-copulation mate guarding in the sexually cannibalistic St Andrew’s Cross spider (Araneae Araneidae). Ethology Ecology & Evolution 17: 17-26.