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2017Bee-friendly community gardens: Impact of environmental variables on the richness and abundance of exotic and native beesLatty, Tanya; Makinson, James; Threlfall, Caragh; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; School of Biological Sciences; School of Biological SciencesBee-friendly community gardens: Impact of environmental variables on the richness and abundance of exotic and native bees, Urban Ecosystems, vol.20, 2, 2017,pp 463-476
2012Influence of landscape structure and human modifications on insect biomass and bat foraging activity in an urban landscapeBanks, Peter; Law, Bradley; Threlfall, Caragh; Biological SciencesInfluence of landscape structure and human modifications on insect biomass and bat foraging activity in an urban landscape, PLoS One, vol.7, 6, 2012,pp 1-10
2013Odour cues influence predation risk at artificial bat roosts in urban bushlandBanks, Peter; Law, Bradley; Threlfall, Caragh; Biological SciencesOdour cues influence predation risk at artificial bat roosts in urban bushland, Biology Letters, vol.9, 3, 2013,pp 1-4
2013Roost selection in suburban bushland by the urban sensitive bat Nyctophilus gouldiBanks, Peter; Law, Bradley; Threlfall, Caragh; Biological SciencesRoost selection in suburban bushland by the urban sensitive bat Nyctophilus gouldi, Journal of Mammalogy, vol.94, 2, 2013,pp 307-319
2012Sensitivity of insectivorous bats to urbanization: Implications for suburban conservation planningBanks, Peter; Law, Bradley; Threlfall, Caragh; Biological SciencesSensitivity of insectivorous bats to urbanization: Implications for suburban conservation planning, Biological Conservation, vol.146, 1, 2012,pp 41-52
2013The urban matrix and artificial light restricts the nightly ranging behaviour of Gould’s long-eared bat (Nyctophilus gouldi)Banks, Peter; Law, Bradley; Threlfall, Caragh; Biological SciencesThe urban matrix and artificial light restricts the nightly ranging behaviour of Gould’s long-eared bat (Nyctophilus gouldi), Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, vol.38, 8, 2013,pp 921-930