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Tim Shreeve
Tim Shreeve
Department of Biological and Medical Sciences, Oxford Brookes University
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Towards a functional resource-based concept for habitat: a butterfly biology viewpoint
RLH Dennis, TG Shreeve, H Van Dyck
Oikos 102, 417-426, 2003
5402003
Habitats and resources: the need for a resource-based definition to conserve butterflies
RLH Dennis, TG Shreeve, H Van Dyck
Biodiversity & Conservation 15, 1943-1966, 2006
2732006
Host plants and butterfly biology. Do host‐plant strategies drive butterfly status?
RLH Dennis, JG Hodgson, R Grenyer, TG Shreeve, DB Roy
Ecological Entomology 29 (1), 12-26, 2004
2122004
Habitat selection, mate location, and microclimatic constraints on the activity of the speckled wood butterfly Pararge aegeria
TG Shreeve
Oikos, 371-377, 1984
1381984
Contemporary geography dominates butterfly diversity gradients within the Aegean archipelago (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea, Hesperioidea)
RLH Dennis, TG Shreeve, A Olivier, JG Coutsis
Journal of Biogeography 27 (6), 1365-1383, 2000
1302000
Climatic change and the British butterfly fauna: opportunities and constraints
RLH Dennis, TG Shreeve
Biological Conservation 55 (1), 1-16, 1991
1171991
The effects of visual apparency on bias in butterfly recording and monitoring
RLH Dennis, TG Shreeve, NJB Isaac, DB Roy, PB Hardy, R Fox, J Asher
Biological conservation 128 (4), 486-492, 2006
1162006
An ecological classification of British butterflies: ecological attributes and biotope occupancy
TG Shreeve, RLH Dennis, DB Roy, D Moss
Journal of Insect Conservation 5, 145-161, 2001
1082001
Adult behaviour
TG Shreeve
The ecology of butterflies in Britain, 1992
1041992
Corridors and barriers in biodiversity conservation: a novel resource-based habitat perspective for butterflies
RLH Dennis, L Dapporto, JW Dover, TG Shreeve
Biodiversity and Conservation 22, 2709-2734, 2013
952013
Ecology of Butterflies in Europe
J Settele, T Shreeve, M Konvicka, H Van Dyck
Cambridge University Press, 2009
922009
Egg‑laying by the speckled wood butterfly (Pararge aegeria): the role of female behaviour, host plant abundance and temperature
TG Shreeve
Ecological Entomology 11 (2), 229-236, 1986
861986
Hostplant-habitat structure and the evolution of butterfly mate-locating behaviour
RLH Dennis, TG Shreeve
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 94 (4), 301-318, 1988
831988
Diversity of butterflies on British islands: ecological influences underlying the roles of area, isolation and the size of the faunal source
RLH Dennis, TG Shreeve
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 60 (2), 257-275, 1997
811997
Monitoring butterfly movements
TG Shreeve
The ecology of butterflies in Britain, 120-138, 1992
771992
Butterflies on British and Irish offshore islands: ecology and biogeography.
R Dennis, T Shreeve
761996
A multivariate approach to the determination of faunal structures among European butterfly species (Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera)
RLH Dennis, WR Williams, TG Shreeve
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 101 (1), 1-49, 1991
761991
Butterfly wing morphology variation in the British Isles: the influence of climate, behavioural posture and the hostplant-habitat
RLH Dennis, TG Shreeve
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 38 (4), 323-348, 1989
761989
Integrating three comprehensive datasets shows that mitochondrial DNA variation is linked to species traits and paleogeographic events in European butterflies
L Dapporto, A Cini, R Vodă, V Dincă, M Wiemers, M Menchetti, G Magini, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources, DOI: 10.1111/1755-0998.13059, 2019
752019
The mate location behaviour of the male speckled wood butterfly, Pararge aegeria, and the effect of phenotypic differences in hind-wing spotting
TG Shreeve
Animal behaviour 35 (3), 682-690, 1987
741987
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