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Elevation increases in moth assemblages over 42 years on a tropical mountain
- I. Chen, Hau-Jie Shiu, C. Thomas
- Environmental ScienceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 3 February 2009
Evidence that tropical insect species have already undertaken altitude increases is provided, confirming the global reach of climate change impacts on biodiversity and urging ecologists to seek other historic tropical samples to carry out similar repeat surveys.
A new molecular phylogeny offers hope for a stable family level classification of the Noctuoidea (Lepidoptera)
A new molecular phylogeny offers hope for a stable family level classification of the Noctuoidea (Lepidoptera) for the first time in more than a century.
Dung beetles as indicators of change in the forests of northern Borneo
- A. J. Davis, J. Holloway, H. Huijbregts, J. Krikken, A. H. Kirk-Spriggs, S. L. Sutton
- Environmental Science
- 1 June 2001
1. We reviewed the use of dung beetles as indicators of environmental change, highlighting the influence of natural forest dynamics on species distributions in primary forest and suggesting new ways…
Vertical stratification of arthropod assemblages.
The Moths of Borneo : family Geometridae, subfamilies : Sterrhinae, Larentiinae
- J. Holloway
Molecular phylogenetics of Erebidae (Lepidoptera, Noctuoidea)
The first large‐scale molecular phylogenetic analysis of the moth family Erebidae is undertaken, including almost all subfamilies, as well as most tribes and subtribes, revealing a well‐resolved skeleton phylogenetic hypothesis with 18 major lineages.
A Survey of the Lepidoptera, Biogeography and Ecology of New Caledonia.
Asymmetric boundary shifts of tropical montane Lepidoptera over four decades of climate warming
Aim To estimate whether species have shifted at equal rates at their leading edges (cool boundaries) and trailing edges (warm boundaries) in response to climate change. We provide the first such…