Martin Konvicka


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Martin

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Konvicka

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2018-07 Do Butterfly Activity Data from Mark-Recapture Surveys Reflect Temporal Patterns? in JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR
  • 2017-06 Isolated Asian steppe element in the Balkans: habitats of Proterebia afra (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) and associated butterfly communities in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2016-12 Smaller fields support more butterflies: comparing two neighbouring European countries with different socioeconomic heritage in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2015 Prague in VERTEBRATES AND INVERTEBRATES OF EUROPEAN CITIES:SELECTED NON-AVIAN FAUNA
  • 2014-04 Survival of cold-adapted species in isolated mountains: the population genetics of the Sudeten ringlet, Erebia sudetica sudetica, in the Jeseník Mts., Czech Republic in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2014-02 Does the surrounding landscape heterogeneity affect the butterflies of insular grassland reserves? A contrast between composition and configuration in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2012-12 How life history affects threat status: Requirements of two Onobrychis-feeding lycaenid butterflies, Polyommatus damon and Polyommatus thersites, in the Czech Republic in BIOLOGIA
  • 2012-10 Moths and management of a grassland reserve: regular mowing and temporary abandonment support different species in BIOLOGIA
  • 2012-04 Diversification of mowing regime increases arthropods diversity in species-poor cultural hay meadows in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2012-04 An ecological classification of Central European macromoths: habitat associations and conservation status returned from life history attributes in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2012-04 Phylogeography of the threatened butterfly, the woodland brown Lopinga achine (Nymphalidae: Satyrinae): implications for conservation in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2012-04 Timed surveys and transect walks as comparable methods for monitoring butterflies in small plots in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2012-01 Inverse link between density and dispersal distance in butterflies: field evidence from six co-occurring species in POPULATION ECOLOGY
  • 2011-12 Abandoned military training sites are an overlooked refuge for at-risk open habitat bird species in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
  • 2011-05 Diurnal Behavior and Habitat Preferences of Erebia aethiops, an Aberrant Lowland Species of a Mountain Butterfly Clade in JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR
  • 2010-05 Dispersal of four fritillary butterflies within identical landscape in ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
  • 2009-12 Sphragis in Parnassius mnemosyne (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae): male-derived insemination plugs loose efficiency with progress of female flight in BIOLOGIA
  • 2009-11-04 Ecological Limits Vis-à-vis Changing Climate: Relic Erebia Butterflies in Insular Sudeten Mountains in RELICT SPECIES
  • 2009-10 Habitat preferences of oak-feeding xylophagous beetles in a temperate woodland: implications for forest history and management in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2008-10 R. Fox, J. Asher, T. Brereton, D. Roy, M. Warren, The State of Butterflies in Britain and Ireland in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2008-10 How too much care kills species: Grassland reserves, agri-environmental schemes and extinction of Colias myrmidone (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) from its former stronghold in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2008-10 The last population of the Woodland Brown butterfly (Lopinga achine) in the Czech Republic: habitat use, demography and site management in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2008-10 The last population of the Woodland Brown butterfly (Lopinga achine) in the Czech Republic: habitat use, demography and site management in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
  • 2003-08 Dispersal patterns of endemic alpine butterflies with contrasting population structures: Erebia epiphron and E. sudetica in POPULATION ECOLOGY
  • 1999-09 Population Structure, Behaviour and Selection of Oviposition Sites of an Endangered Butterfly, Parnassius Mnemosyne, in Litovelské Pomoravíl. Czech Republic in JOURNAL OF INSECT CONSERVATION
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