Roger L H Dennis


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Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2015 Butterflies on a Dragon’s Head; Butterflies in a Dragon’s Head1 in THE LIVES OF LEPIDOPTERISTS
  • 2014-04 The impact of climatic change on butterfly geography: does climatic change produce coincident trends in populations, distributions and ranges? in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 2013-11 Corridors and barriers in biodiversity conservation: a novel resource-based habitat perspective for butterflies in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 2012-12 The importance of host plant-habitat substrate in the maintenance of a unique isolate of the Sandhill Rustic: disturbance, shingle matrix and bare ground indicators in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2011-08 Tim R New: Butterfly conservation in South-Eastern Australia: progress and prospects in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2011-08 Land-use, environment, and their impact on butterfly populations in a mountainous pastoral landscape: species richness and family-level abundance in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2011-04 Land-use, environment, and their impact on butterfly populations in a mountainous pastoral landscape: individual species distribution and abundance in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2011-04 Landscape scale conservation: resources, behaviour, the matrix and opportunities in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2010-12 Male mate location behaviour and encounter sites in a community of tropical butterflies: taxonomic and site associations and distinctions in JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCES
  • 2010-08 Can hay harvesting detrimentally affect adult butterfly abundance? in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2010-08 Skipper impoverishment on large West Mediterranean islands (Lepidoptera Hesperioidea): deterministic, historical and stochastic factors in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 2010-06 Elevation and habitats: the potential of sites at different altitudes to provide refuges for phytophagous insects during climatic fluctuations in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2010-02 R. Cech and G. Tudor, Butterflies of the East Coast. An Observer’s Guide in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2010 Land-use, environment, and their impact on butterfly populations in a mountainous pastoral landscape: individual species distribution and abundance in LEPIDOPTERA CONSERVATION IN A CHANGING WORLD
  • 2010 Landscape scale conservation: resources, behaviour, the matrix and opportunities in LEPIDOPTERA CONSERVATION IN A CHANGING WORLD
  • 2009-12 Simone Fattorini (ed): Insect ecology and conservation in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2009-10 The western jewel butterfly (Hypochrysops halyaetus: Lycaenidae) II: factors affecting oviposition within native Banksia bushland in an urban setting in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2008-12 The importance of resource databanks for conserving insects: a butterfly biology perspective in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2008-10 Source texts for entomology in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2008-07 Island size is not the only consideration. Ranking priorities for the conservation of butterflies on Italian offshore islands in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2008-07 Butterflies of European islands: the implications of the geography and ecology of rarity and endemicity for conservation in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2008 Butterflies of European islands: the implications of the geography and ecology of rarity and endemicity for conservation in INSECT CONSERVATION AND ISLANDS
  • 2008 Island size is not the only consideration. Ranking priorities for the conservation of butterflies on Italian offshore islands in INSECT CONSERVATION AND ISLANDS
  • 2007-06 Support for mending the matrix: resource seeking by butterflies in apparent non-resource zones in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2007-03 Seasonal and Daily Shifts in Substrate Use by Settling Butterflies: Conserving Resources for Invertebrates has a Behavioral Dimension in JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR
  • 2006-06 Editorial in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2006-06 Habitats and Resources: The Need for a Resource-based Definition to Conserve Butterflies in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 2005-09 Does diet breadth control herbivorous insect distribution size? Life history and resource outlets for specialist butterflies in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2005-09 Landscape Resources for the Territorial Nymphalid Butterfly Inachis io: Microsite Landform Selection and Behavioral Responses to Environmental Conditions in JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR
  • 2005-06 Book review: On the Wings of Checkerspots. A Model System for Population Biology. Ehrlich, P. R. and Hanski, I. (eds.) (2004); Oxford University Press, Oxford, 371 pp. ISBN 0-19-515827-X, Sterling £40.00. in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2004-03 Just how important are structural elements as habitat components? Indications from a declining lycaenid butterfly with priority conservation status in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2001-11 Loss rates of butterfly species with urban development. A test of atlas data and sampling artefacts at a fine scale in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 2001-09 An Ecological Classification of British Butterflies: Ecological Attributes and Biotope Occupancy in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2001-04 Progressive bias in species status is symptomatic of fine-grained mapping units subject to repeated sampling in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 2000-06 Bias in Butterfly Distribution Maps: The Influence of Hot Spots and Recorder's Home Range in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2000-03 Ecological correlates of island incidence and geographical range among British butterflies in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 1999-09 The impact of urban development on butterflies within a city region in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 1999-03 Bias in Butterfly Distribution Maps: The Effects of Sampling Effort in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 1998-06 The effects of island area, isolation and source population size on the presence of the grayling butterfly Hipparchia semele (L.) (Lepidoptera: Satyrinae) on British and Irish offshore islands in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 1997-09 Patch occupancy in Coenonympha tullia (Muller, 1764) (Lepidoptera: Satyrinae): habitat quality matters as much as patch size and isolation in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 1997-03 An inflated conservation load for European butterflies: increases in rarity and endemism accompany increases in species richness in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 1996-10 Marginality: scale determined processes and the conservation of the British butterfly fauna in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
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