All Stories

  1. Distribution, density and habitat association of the Cook Strait click beetle (Amychus granulatus Coleoptera: Elateridae) on Te Pākeka/Maud Island, New Zealand
  2. Public willingness to engage in backyard conservation in New Zealand: Exploring motivations and barriers for participation
  3. Citizens, Scientists, and Enablers: A Tripartite Model for Citizen Science Projects
  4. Effects of mammal exclusion on invertebrate communities in New Zealand
  5. Multiple methods confirm wetland restoration improves ecosystem services
  6. Bioacoustic monitoring of lower North Island bird communities before and after aerial application of 1080
  7. The effects of squid-baiting pitfall traps for sampling wētā (Orthoptera) and other ground-dwelling forest invertebrates
  8. Responses of New Zealand forest birds to management of introduced mammals
  9. Reviewing the past, present and potential lizard faunas of New Zealand cities
  10. Uncovering the ecosystem service legacies of wetland loss using high‐resolution models
  11. Activity of free-roaming domestic cats in an urban reserve and public perception of pet-related threats to wildlife in New Zealand
  12. Modelled incubation conditions indicate wider potential distributions based on thermal requirements for an oviparous lizard
  13. A method for efficient sampling of avian acoustic recordings
  14. Evaluation of remote cameras for monitoring multiple invasive mammals in New Zealand
  15. The balancing act of nest survival: survival of a small endemic bird in the face of ship rat predation and other risk factors
  16. Monitoring the mammalian fauna of urban areas using remote cameras and citizen science
  17. Geostatistical interpolation can reliably extend coverage of a very high-resolution model of temperature-dependent sex determination
  18. Population dynamics and spatial distribution of mosquitoes in northern New Zealand
  19. Trends in lizard translocations in New Zealand between 1988 and 2013
  20. Better food-based baits and lures for rats and possums
  21. The stinging response of the common wasp (Vespula vulgaris): plasticity and variation in individual aggressiveness
  22. Patterns of niche filling and expansion across the invaded ranges of an Australian lizard
  23. What cues do parasitoids use to find host caterpillars on host plants?
  24. Nest-based information transfer and foraging activation in the common wasp (Vespula vulgaris)
  25. The Influence of the Physiological Stage of Lucilia Caesar (L.) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) Females on the Attraction of Carrion Odor
  26. How does patch density affect visitation rates of foraging animals - a multiscale analysis
  27. Salinity tolerance of ice plants (Disphyma and Carpobrotus)
  28. Online trading tools as a method of estimating propagule pressure via the pet-release pathway
  29. The widespread collapse of an invasive species: Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) in New Zealand
  30. Corrigendum
  31. Trophic-level responses differ at plant, plot, and fragment levels in urban native forest fragments: a hierarchical analysis
  32. Relative roles of climatic suitability and anthropogenic influence in determining the pattern of spread in a global invader
  33. Is rapid evolution common in introduced plant species?
  34. Minimizing false-negatives when predicting the potential distribution of an invasive species: a bioclimatic envelope for the red-eared slider at global and regional scales
  35. Integrating physiology, population dynamics and climate to make multi-scale predictions for the spread of an invasive insect: the Argentine ant at Haleakala National Park, Hawaii
  36. Global patterns in fruiting seasons
  37. Quantifying uncertainty in the potential distribution of an invasive species: climate and the Argentine ant
  38. Ecological correlates of range structure in rare and scarce British plants
  39. Uses and abuses of fractal methodology in ecology
  40. Coherence and discontinuity in the scaling of specie's distribution patterns
  41. Scale Dependency of Rarity, Extinction Risk, and Conservation Priority
  42. Exponents of scaling: from within the organism to ecosystem structure
  43. A general framework for the aggregation model of coexistence
  44. Fractal species distributions do not produce power-law species-area relationships
  45. Comparative growth of ectomycorrhizal basidiomycetes (Hebeloma spp.) on organic and inorganic nitrogen
  46. Comparative growth of ectomycorrhizal basidiomycetes (Hebeloma spp.) on organic and inorganic nitrogen
  47. Scaling Down: On the Challenge of Estimating Abundance from Occurrence Patterns
  48. Scaling down: On the Challenge of Estimating Abundance from Occurrence Patterns
  49. A positive relationship between local abundance and regional occupancy is almost inevitable (but not all positive relationships are the same)
  50. Species distribution patterns, diversity scaling and testing for fractals in southern African birds