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12018The ecological benefit of tigers (Panthera tigris) to farmers in reducing crop and livestock losses in the eastern Himalayas: Implications for conservation of large apex predatorsThinley, Phuntso; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan ; Lassoie, James; Morreale, Stephen; Curtis, Paul; Vernes, Karl A ; Leki, Leki; Phuntsho, Sonam; Dorji, Tshering; Dorji, Pema6-Mar-2018
22000Short-term responses by ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) to selective timber harvesting of an open forest in eastern AustraliaVanderwoude, C; Lobry De Bruyn, Lisa 21-Jul-2017
32009Alternative pollinator taxa are equally efficient but not as effective as the honeybee in a mass flowering cropRader, Romina ; Howlett, Bradley G; Cunningham, Saul A; Westcott, David; Newstrom-Lloyd, Linda E; Walker, Melanie K; Teulon, David AJ; Edwards, Will11-Oct-2016
42016Pollinators, pests, and predators: Recognizing ecological trade-offs in agroecosystemsSaunders, Manu ; Peisley, Rebecca K; Rader, Romina ; Luck, Gary W11-Oct-2016
52011Pollen transport differs among bees and flies in a human-modified landscapeRader, Romina ; Edwards, Will; Westcott, David; Cunningham, Saul A; Howlett, Bradley G12-Oct-2016
62018Letters: Bee conservation: Key role of managed beesSaunders, Manu ; Smith, Tobias J ; Rader, Romina 10-May-2018
72017The complex nature of headland shrub encroachment: The case of Headland Zieria (Zieria prostrata)Hunter, John T ; Hunter, Vanessa Hewlett29-May-2018
82017Floristics, dominance and diversity within the threatened 'Themeda' grassy headlands of the North Coast Bioregion of New South WalesHunter, John T ; Hunter, Vanessa18-May-2017
92017Trophic cascades and dingoes in Australia: Does the Yellowstone wolf–elk–willow model apply?Morgan, Helen ; Hunter, John T ; Ballard, Guy ; Reid, Nick ; Fleming, Peter 1-Jun-2018
102018Corrigendum to “The ecological benefit of tigers (Panthera tigris) to farmers in reducing crop and livestock losses in the eastern Himalayas: Implications for conservation of large apex predators.” [Biological Conservation, 219,119-125]Thinley, Phuntsho ; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan ; Lassoie, James P; Morreale, Stephen J; Curtis, Paul D; Vernes, Karl; Leki, Leki; Phuntsho, Sonam; Dorji, Tshering; Dorji, Pema27-Nov-2018