• Are invasive populations characterized by a broader diet than native populations? 

      Courant, Julien; Vogt, Solveig; Marques, Raquel; Measey, John; Secondi, Jean; Rebelo, Rui; De Villiers, Andre; Ihlow, Flora; De Busschere, Charlotte; Backeljau, Thierry; Rodder, Dennis; Herrel, Anthony (PeerJ, 2017)
      Background. Invasive species are among the most significant threats to biodiversity. The diet of invasive animal populations is a crucial factor that must be considered in the context of biological invasions. A broad ...
    • Disentangling the roles of environment and space in ecology 

      Currie, David J. (Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2007-10)
      INTRODUCTION: Most core problems in ecology revolve around variations of the abundance, diversity or metabolic activity of organisms through time and space. Our fundamental questions are: ‘Why are there more organisms (or ...
    • Frog eat frog : exploring variables influencing anurophagy 

      Measey, G. John; Vimercati, Giovanni; De Villiers, F. Andre; Mokhatla, Mohlamatsane M.; Davies, Sarah J.; Edwards, Shelley; Altwegg, Res (PeerJ, 2015)
      Background - Frogs are generalist predators of a wide range of typically small prey items. But descriptions of dietary items regularly include other anurans, such that frogs are considered to be among the most important ...
    • From biological control to controlling biology 

      Van Wyk, H. (Academy of Science of South Africa, 2016)
      No abstract available