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    The Forest Thrush Turdus lherminieri prefers mature mesic forest with dense canopy

    Parashuram, D., Oppel, S., Fenton, C., James, G., Daley, J., Gray, G., Collar, N. J. & Dolman, P. M., Dec 2015, In : Bird Conservation International. 25, 04, p. 503-513

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    Arthropod traits and assemblages differ between core patches, transient stepping-stones and landscape corridors

    Pedley, S. & Dolman, P., Apr 2020, In : Landscape Ecology. 35, 4, p. 937–952 16 p.

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    Physical disturbance enhances ecological networks for heathland biota: A multiple taxa experiment

    Pedley, S. M., Franco, A. M. A., Pankhurst, T. & Dolman, P. M., Apr 2013, In : Biological Conservation. 160, p. 173-182 10 p.

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    The value of the trackway system within a lowland plantation forest for ground-active spiders

    Pedley, S. M., Bertoncelj, I. & Dolman, P. M., 1 Feb 2013, In : Journal of Insect Conservation. 17, 1, p. 127-137 11 p.

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    Multi-taxa trait and functional responses to physical disturbance

    Pedley, S. M. & Dolman, P. M., 1 Nov 2014, In : Journal of Animal Ecology. 83, 6, p. 1542-1552 11 p.

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    Assessing range-wide conservation status change in an unmonitored widespread African bird species.

    Senyatso, K., Collar, N. & Dolman, P., Feb 2013, In : Diversity and Distributions. 19, 2, p. 106–119 14 p.

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    Home-range size and habitat use of European Nightjars Caprimulgus europaeus nesting in a complex plantation-forest landscape

    Sharps, K., Henderson, I., Conway, G., Armour-Chelu, N. & Dolman, P., 1 Apr 2015, In : Ibis. 157, 2, p. 260-272 13 p.

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    Rangeland degradation is poised to cause Africa's first recorded avian extinction

    Spottiswoode, CN., Wondafrash, M., Gabremichael, MN., Abebe, YD., Mwangi, MAK., Collar, NJ. & Dolman, PM., 2009, In : Animal Conservation. 12, 3, p. 249-257 9 p.

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