Hingee MC, Eamus D, Krix DW, Zolfaghar S, Murray BR (2017) Patterns of plant species composition in mesic woodlands are related to a naturally occurring depth-to-groundwater gradient. Community Ecology 18: 21–30.

Dayananda B, Murray BR, Webb JK (2017) Hotter nests produce hatchling lizards with lower thermal tolerance. Journal of Experimental Biology 220: 2159–2165.

Harris CJ, Manea A, Moles AT, Murray BR, Leishman MR (2017) Differences in life-cycle stage components between native and introduced ranges of five woody Fabaceae species. Austral Ecology 42: 404–413.

Murray BR, Martin LJ, Phillips ML, Pyšek P (2017) Taxonomic perils and pitfalls of dataset assembly in ecology: a case study of the naturalized Asteraceae in Australia. NeoBiota 34: 1–20.

Nguyen KQ, Cuneo P, Cunningham SA, Krix DW, Leigh A, Murray BR (2016) Ecological effects of increasing time since invasion by the exotic African olive (Olea europaea ssp. cuspidata) on leaf-litter invertebrate assemblages. Biological Invasions 18, 1689–1699.

Curtis EM, Gollan J, Murray BR, Leigh A (2016) Native microhabitats better predict tolerance to warming than latitudinal macro-climatic variables in arid-zone plants. Journal of Biogeography 43, 1156–1165.

Godfree RC, Murray BR (2014) Invasive species: Plants. In Encyclopedia Of Agriculture And Food Systems, Vol. 4 (Ed. van Alfen N), pp. 66–77. Elsevier, San Diego.

Murray BR, Hardstaff LK, Phillips ML (2013) Differences in leaf flammability, leaf traits and flammability-trait relationships between native and exotic plant species of dry sclerophyll forest. PLOS ONE 8, e79205.

Gribben PE, I’Ons S, Phillips NE, Geange SW, Wright JT, Murray BR (2013) Biogeographic comparisons of the traits and abundance of an invasive crab throughout its native and invasive ranges. Biological Invasions 15, 1877–1885.

Martin LJ, Murray BR (2013) A preliminary assessment of the response of a native reptile assemblage to spot-spraying invasive Bitou Bush with glyphosate herbicide. Ecological Management & Restoration 14, 59–62.

Stohlgren TJ, Pyšek P, Kartesz J, Nishino M, Pauchard A, Winter M, Pino J, Richardson DM, Wilson J, Murray BR, Phillips ML, Celesti-Grapow L, Graham J (2013) Globalization effects on common plant species. In Encyclopedia Of Biodiversity (Ed. Levin SA), pp. 700–706. Second Edition. Academic Press, Waltham.

Murray BR, Phillips ML (2012) Temporal introduction patterns of invasive alien plant species to Australia. NeoBiota 13, 1–14.

Murray BR (2012) Review of Fifty Years Of Invasion Ecology: The Legacy Of Charles Elton (Ed. Richardson DM). Austral Ecology 37, e43.

Phillips ML, Murray BR (2012) Invasiveness in exotic plant species is linked to high seed survival in the soil. Evolutionary Ecology Research 14, 83–94.

Baker AC, Murray BR (2012) Seasonal intrusion of litterfall from non-native pine plantations into surrounding native woodland: Implications for management of an invasive plantation species. Forest Ecology and Management 277, 25–37.

Konarzewski TK, Murray BR, Godfree RC (2012) Rapid development of adaptive, climate-driven clinal variation in seed mass in the invasive annual forb Echium plantagineum L. PLOS ONE 7, e49000.

Lloyd HB, Murray BR, Gribben PE (2012) Trait and abundance patterns in two marine molluscs: The influence of abiotic conditions operating across multiple spatial scales. Marine Ecology Progress Series 463, 205–214.

Simberloff D and 140 co-authors including Murray BR (2011) Non-natives: 141 scientists object. Nature 475, 36.

Martin LJ, Murray BR (2011) A predictive framework and review of the ecological impacts of exotic plant invasions on reptiles and amphibians. Biological Reviews 86, 407–419.

Martin LJ, Murray BR (2011) A comparison of short-term marking methods for small frogs using a model species, the striped marsh frog (Limnodynastes peronii). Herpetological Journal 21, 271–273.

Stohlgren TJ, Pyšek P, Kartesz J, Nishino M, Pauchard A, Winter M, Pino J, Richardson DM, Wilson JRU, Murray BR, Phillips ML, Ming-yang L, Celesti-Grapow L, Font X (2011) Widespread plant species: Natives versus aliens in our changing world. Biological Invasions 13, 1931–1944.

Kühn I, Kowarik I, Kollmann J, Starfinger U, Bacher S, Blackburn TM, Bustamante RO, Celesti-Grapow L, Chytrý M, Colautti RI, Essl F, Foxcroft LC, García-Berthou E, Gollasch S, Hierro J, Hufbauer RA, Hulme PE, Jarošík V, Jeschke JM, Karrer G, Mack RN, Molofsky J, Murray BR, Nentwig W, Osborne B, Pyšek P, Rabitsch W, Rejmánek M, Roques A, Shaw R, Sol D, van Kleunen M, Vilà M, von der Lippe M, Wolfe LM, Penev L (2011) Open minded and open access: Introducing NeoBiota, a new peer-reviewed journal of biological invasions. NeoBiota 9, 1–12.

Murray BR, Phillips ML (2010) Investment in seed dispersal structures is linked to invasiveness in exotic plant species of south-eastern Australia. Biological Invasions 12, 2265–2275.

Phillips ML, Murray BR, Pyšek P, Pergl J, Jarošík V, Chytrý M, Kühn I (2010) Plant species of the Central European flora as aliens in Australia. Preslia 82, 465–482.

Phillips ML, Murray BR, Leishman MR, Ingram R (2010) The naturalization to invasion transition: Are there introduction-history correlates of invasiveness in exotic plants of Australia? Austral Ecology 35, 695–703.

Baker AC, Murray BR (2010) Relationships between leaf-litter traits and the emergence and early growth of invasive Pinus radiata seedlings. Weed Research 50, 586–596.

Nevill JC, Hancock PJ, Murray BR, Ponder WF, Humphreys WF, Phillips ML, Groom PK (2010) Groundwater-dependent ecosystems and the dangers of groundwater overdraft: A review and an Australian perspective. Pacific Conservation Biology 16, 187–208.

Manoharan V, Yunusa IAM, Loganathan P, Lawrie R, Murray BR, Skilbeck CG, Eamus D (2010) Boron contents and solubility in Australian fly ashes and its uptake by canola (Brassica napus L.) from the ash-amended soils. Australian Journal of Soil Research 48, 480–487.

Manoharan V, Yunusa IAM, Loganathan P, Lawrie R, Skilbeck CG, Burchett MD, Murray BR, Eamus D (2010) Assessments of Class F fly ashes for amelioration of soil acidity and their influence on growth and uptake of Mo and Se by canola. Fuel 89, 3498–3504.

Murray BR, Baker AC, Robson TC (2009) Impacts of the replacement of native woodland with exotic pine plantations on leaf-litter invertebrate assemblages: A test of a novel framework. International Journal of Ecology 2009, Article ID 490395.

Robson TC, Baker AC, Murray BR (2009) Differences in leaf-litter invertebrate assemblages between radiata pine plantations and neighbouring native eucalypt woodland. Austral Ecology 34, 368–376.

Cadotte MW, Hamilton MA, Murray BR (2009) Phylogenetic relatedness and plant invader success across two spatial scales. Diversity and Distributions 15, 481–488.

Wang Y, Li Y, Wu Z, Murray BR (2009) Insular shifts and trade-offs in life-history traits in pond frogs in the Zhoushan Archipelago, China. Journal of Zoology 278, 65–73.

Zhang F, Li Y, Guo Z, Murray BR (2009) Climate warming and reproduction in Chinese Alligators. Animal Conservation 12, 128–137.

Moles AT, Wright IJ, Pitman AJ, Murray BR, Westoby M (2009) Is there a latitudinal gradient in seed production? Ecography 32, 78–82.

Wallach AD, Murray BR, O’Neill AJ (2009) Can threatened species survive where the top predator is absent? Biological Conservation 142, 43–52.

Booth DJ, Murray BR (2008) Coexistence. In Encyclopedia Of Ecology (Eds Jørgensen SE, Fath BD), pp. 664–668. Elsevier, Oxford.

Yunusa IAM, Manoharan V, DeSilva DL, Eamus D, Murray BR, Nissanka SP (2008) Growth and elemental accumulation by canola on soil amended with coal fly ash. Journal of Environmental Quality 37, 1263–1270.

Hills N, Hose GC, Cantlay AJ, Murray BR (2008) Cave invertebrate assemblages differ between native and exotic leaf litter. Austral Ecology 33, 271–277.

Murray BR, Dickman CR, Robson T, Haythornthwaite A, Cantlay AJ, Dowsett N, Hills N (2007) Effects of exotic plants in native vegetation on species richness and abundance of birds and mammals. In Pest Or Guest: The Zoology Of Over-Abundance (Eds Lunney D, Eby P, Hutchings P, Burgin S), pp. 216–221. Royal Zoological Society of NSW, Mosman.

Baker AC, Murray BR, Hose GC (2007) Relating pine-litter intrusion to plant-community structure in native eucalypt woodland adjacent to Pinus radiata (Pinaceae) plantations. Australian Journal of Botany 55, 521–532.

Harris CJ, Murray BR, Hose GC, Hamilton MA (2007) Introduction history and invasion success in exotic vines introduced to Australia. Diversity and Distributions 13, 467–475.

Murray BR, Hose GC, Eamus D, Licari D (2006) Valuation of groundwater-dependent ecosystems: A functional methodology incorporating ecosystem services. Australian Journal of Botany 54, 221–229.

Dickman CR, Murray BR (2006) Species interactions: Complex effects. In Ecology: An Australian Perspective (Eds Attiwill P, Wilson BA), pp. 317–334. Second Edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Cadotte MW, Murray BR, Lovett-Doust J (2006) Ecological patterns and biological invasions: Using regional species inventories in macroecology. Biological Invasions 8, 809–821.

Cadotte MW, Murray BR, Lovett-Doust J (2006) Evolutionary and ecological influences of plant invader success in the flora of Ontario. Ecoscience 13, 388–395.

Wu Z, Li Y, Murray BR (2006) Insular shifts in body size of rice frogs in the Zhoushan Archipelago, China. Journal of Animal Ecology 75, 1071–1080.

Yunusa IAM, Eamus D, DeSilva DL, Murray BR, Burchett MD, Skilbeck GC, Heidrich C (2006) Fly-ash: An exploitable resource for management of Australian agricultural soils. Fuel 85, 2337–2344.

Hose GC, Murray BR, Park ML, Kelaher BP, Figueira WF (2006) A meta-analysis comparing the toxicity of sediments in the laboratory and in situ. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 25, 1148–1152.

Eamus D, Froend R, Loomes R, Hose G, Murray BR (2006) A functional methodology for determining the groundwater regime needed to maintain the health of groundwater-dependent vegetation. Australian Journal of Botany 54, 97–114.

Baker AC, Hose GC, Murray BR (2006) Vegetation responses to Pinus radiata (D. Don) invasion: A multivariate analysis using principal response curves. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 127, 191–197.

Murray BR, Hose GC (2005) The interspecific range size-body size relationship in Australian frogs. Global Ecology and Biogeography 14, 339–345.

Murray BR, Hose GC (2005) Life-history and ecological correlates of decline and extinction in the endemic Australian frog fauna. Austral Ecology 30, 564–571.

Murray BR, Kelaher BP, Hose GC, Figueira WF, Leishman MR (2005) A meta-analysis of the interspecific relationship between seed size and plant abundance within local communities. Oikos 110, 191–194.

Hamilton MA, Murray BR, Cadotte MW, Hose GC, Baker AC, Harris CJ, Licari D (2005) Life-history correlates of plant invasiveness at regional and continental scales. Ecology Letters 8, 1066–1074.

Pohlman CL, Nicotra AB, Murray BR (2005) Geographic range size, seedling ecophysiology and phenotypic plasticity in Australian Acacia species. Journal of Biogeography 32, 341–351.

Hose GC, Gordon G, McCullough FE, Pulver N, Murray BR (2005) Spatial and rainfall related patterns of bacterial contamination in Sydney Harbour estuary. Journal of Water and Health 3, 349–358.

Eamus D, Macinnis-Ng CMO, Hose GC, Zeppel MJB, Taylor DT, Murray BR (2005) Turner Review No. 9. Ecosystem services: An ecophysiological examination. Australian Journal of Botany 53, 1–19.

Murray BR, Brown AHD, Dickman CR, Crowther MS (2004) Geographical gradients in seed mass in relation to climate. Journal of Biogeography 31, 379–388.

Murray BR, Lepschi BJ (2004) Are locally rare species abundant elsewhere in their geographical range? Austral Ecology 29, 287–293.

McPherson S, Eamus D, Murray BR (2004) Seasonal impacts on leaf attributes of several tree species growing in three diverse ecosystems of south-eastern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 52, 293–301.

Hose GC, Murray BR, Eamus D (2004) Water quality guidelines to protect groundwater-dependent ecosystems. Ecological Management & Restoration 5, 78–80.

Zeppel MJB, Murray BR, Barton C, Eamus D (2004) Seasonal responses of xylem sap velocity to VPD and solar radiation during drought in a stand of native trees in temperate Australia. Functional Plant Biology 31, 461–470.

Murray BR, Brown AHD, Grace JP (2003) Geographic gradients in seed size among and within perennial Australian Glycine species. Australian Journal of Botany 51, 47–56.

Murray BR (2003) Reproductive characteristics of road-verge and reserve-interior populations of Exocarpos cupressiformis Labill. (Santalaceae). The Victorian Naturalist 120, 10–14.

Murray BR, Leishman MR (2003) On the relationship between seed mass and species abundance in plant communities. Oikos 101, 643–645.

Murray BR, Zeppel MJB, Hose GC, Eamus D (2003) Groundwater-dependent ecosystems in Australia: It’s more than just water for rivers. Ecological Management & Restoration 4, 110–113.

Zeppel MJB, Murray BR, Eamus D (2003) The potential impact of dryland salinity on the threatened flora and fauna of New South Wales. Ecological Management & Restoration 4 (Supplement), 53–59.

Murray BR, Thrall PH, Lepschi BJ (2002) Relating species rarity to life history in plants of eastern Australia. Evolutionary Ecology Research 4, 937–950.

Murray BR, Thrall PH, Gill AM, Nicotra AB (2002) How plant life-history and ecological traits relate to species rarity and commonness at varying spatial scales. Austral Ecology 27, 291–310.

Murray BR (2002) Review of Introduction To Plant Population Biology (Silvertown J, Charlesworth D). Fourth Edition. New Phytologist 155, 201–202.

Murray BR, Gill AM (2001) A comparative study of interspecific variation in fruit size among Australian eucalypts. Ecography 24, 651–658.

Murray BR, Thrall PH, Woods MJ (2001) Acacia species and rhizobial interactions: Implications for restoration of native vegetation. Ecological Management & Restoration 2, 213–219.

Falster DS, Murray BR, Lepschi BJ (2001) Linking abundance, occupancy and spatial structure: An empirical test of a neutral model in an open-forest woody plant community in eastern Australia. Journal of Biogeography 28, 317–323.

Leishman MR, Murray BR (2001) The relationship between seed size and abundance in plant communities: Model predictions and observed patterns. Oikos 94, 151–161.

Thrall PH, Murray BR, Watkin ELJ, Woods MJ, Baker K, Burdon JJ, Brockwell J (2001) Bacterial partnerships enhance the value of native legumes in rehabilitation of degraded agricultural lands. Ecological Management & Restoration 2, 233–235.

Murray BR, Dickman CR (2000) Relationships between body size and geographical range size among Australian mammals: Has human impact distorted macroecological patterns? Ecography 23, 92–100.

Murray BR, Westoby M (2000) Properties of species in the tail of rank-abundance curves: The potential for increase in abundance. Evolutionary Ecology Research 2, 583–592.

Thrall PH, Burdon JJ, Murray BR (2000) The metapopulation paradigm: A fragmented view of conservation biology. In Genetics, Demography And Viability Of Fragmented Populations (Eds Young AG, Clarke GM), pp. 75–95. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Murray BR, Rice BL, Keith DA, Myerscough PJ, Howell J, Floyd AG, Mills K, Westoby M (1999) Species in the tail of rank-abundance curves. Ecology 80, 1806–1816.

Murray BR, Dickman CR, Watts CHS, Morton SR (1999) The dietary ecology of Australian desert rodents. Wildlife Research 26, 421–437, 857–858.

Murray BR (1998) Density-dependent germination and the role of seed leachate. Australian Journal of Ecology 23, 411–418.

Murray BR, Fonseca CR, Westoby M (1998) The macroecology of Australian frogs. Journal of Animal Ecology 67, 567–579.

Murray BR (1997) Species In The Tail Of Dominance/Diversity Curves: Local Abundance As Related To Abundance Throughout Geographic Ranges. PhD Thesis, Macquarie University.

Murray BR, Dickman CR (1997) Factors affecting selection of native seeds in two species of Australian desert rodents. Journal of Arid Environments 35, 517–525.

Murray BR, Hume ID, Dickman CR (1995) Digestive tract characteristics of the spinifex hopping-mouse, Notomys alexis and the sandy inland mouse, Pseudomys hermannsburgensis in relation to diet. Australian Mammalogy 18, 93–97.

Murray BR, Dickman CR (1994) Food preferences and seed selection in two species of Australian desert rodents. Wildlife Research 21, 647–655.

Murray BR, Dickman CR (1994) Granivory and microhabitat use in Australian desert rodents: Are seeds important? Oecologia 99, 216–225.

Murray BR (1993) Dietary Patterns In Two Species Of Australian Desert Rodents: Notomys alexis And Pseudomys hermannsburgensis (Muridae). Honours Thesis, University of Sydney.