Hitlist - Titles w/subject : T08060j2
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  1. Adaptations to living near ants. (1992)
Thomas J.A.
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  2. Comparison of acoustical signals in Maculinea butterfly caterpillars and their obligate host Myrmica ants. (1993)
De Vries P J, Cocroft R B et al
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  3. The conservation of declining butterfly populations in Britain and Europe: priorities, problems and successes. (1995)
Thomas J.A.
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  4. Contest competition among Maculinea rebeli butterfly larvae in ant nests. (1993)
Thomas J.A., Elmes G.W. et al
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  5. Differences in host specificity between Spanish Dutch and Swedish populations of the endangered butterfly Maculinea alcon (Denis & Schiff.)(Lepidoptera). (1994)
Elmes G.W., Thomas J.A. et al
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  6. Does the distribution or behaviour of North European insects reflect the ways in which man has managed the land since prehistory? (1994)
Thomas J.A.
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  7. The ecology of Myrmica ants in relation to the conservation of Maculinea butterflies. (1998)
Elmes G.W., Thomas J.A. et al
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  8. Effects of habitat heterogeneity on the interacting populations of Maculinea rebeli, Gentiana cruciata and Myrmica ants. (1998)
Thomas J.A.
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  9. Effects of habitat reduction on the persistence of Ichneumon eumerus (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae), the specialist parasitoid of Maculinea rebeli (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). (1998)
Hochberg M E, Elmes G.W. et al
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  10. Effects of latitude, altitude and climate on the habitat and conservation of the endangered butterfly Maculinea arion and its Myrmica ant hosts. (1998)
Thomas J.A., Simcox D J et al
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  11. Empirical tests of specific predictions made from a spatial model of the population dynamics of Maculinea rebeli, a parasitic butterfly of red ant colonies. (1996)
Elmes G.W., Clarke R T et al
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  12. Field evidence and model predictions of butterfly-mediated apparent competition between gentian plants and red ants. (1997)
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  13. Higher productivity at the cost of increased host-specificity when Maculinea butterfly larvae exploit ant colonies through trophallaxis rather than by predation. (1998)
Thomas J.A., Elmes G.W.
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  14. Maculinea arion (Linnaeus 1758). (1996)
Thomas J.A.
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  15. Mechanisms of local persistence in coupled host-parasitoid associations: the case model of Maculinea rebeli and Ichneumon eumerus. (1996)
Hochberg M E, Elmes G.W. et al
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  16. A modelling investigation of the population dynamics of a parasitic butterfly (Maculinea) and its host ants. (1992)
Elmes G.W., Thomas J.A. et al
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  17. A modelling study of the population dynamics of a large blue butterfly, Maculinea rebeli, a parasite of red ant nests. (1992)
Hochberg M E, Thomas J.A. et al
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  18. Polymorphic growth in larvae of the butterfly Maculinea rebeli, a scoial parasite of Myrmica ant colonies. (1998)
Thomas J.A., Elmes G.W. et al
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  19. Population dynamic consequences of direct and indirect interactions involving a large blue butterfly and its plant and red ant hosts. (1994)
Hochberg M E, Clarke R T et al
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  20. The population dynamics and conservation of a rare butterfly: the case model of Maculinea rebeli (Hir).(Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). (1996)
Hochberg M., Clarke R T et al
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