Tom Rhys Bishop
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Logging cuts the functional importance of invertebrates in tropical rainforest
RM Ewers, MJW Boyle, RA Gleave, NS Plowman, S Benedick, H Bernard, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 6836, 2015
Contrasting species and functional beta diversity in montane ant assemblages
TR Bishop, MP Robertson, BJ van Rensburg, CL Parr
Journal of Biogeography 42 (9), 1776-1786, 2015
GlobalAnts: a new database on the geography of ant traits (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
CL Parr, RR Dunn, NJ Sanders, MD Weiser, M Photakis, TR Bishop, ...
Insect Conservation and Diversity 10 (1), 5-20, 2017
Ant assemblages have darker and larger members in cold environments
TR Bishop, MP Robertson, H Gibb, BJ Van Rensburg, B Braschler, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (12), 1489-1499, 2016
Elevation–diversity patterns through space and time: ant communities of the Maloti‐Drakensberg Mountains of southern Africa
TR Bishop, MP Robertson, BJ van Rensburg, CL Parr
Journal of Biogeography, 2014
Evaluating functional diversity: missing trait data and the importance of species abundance structure and data transformation
M Májeková, T Paal, NS Plowman, M Bryndová, L Kasari, A Norberg, ...
PloS one 11 (2), e0149270, 2016
Coping with the cold: minimum temperatures and thermal tolerances dominate the ecology of mountain ants
TR Bishop, MP Robertson, BJ van Rensburg, CL Parr
Ecological Entomology 42, 105-114, 2017
Climate mediates the effects of disturbance on ant assemblage structure
H Gibb, NJ Sanders, RR Dunn, S Watson, M Photakis, S Abril, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1808), 20150418, 2015
Habitat disturbance selects against both small and large species across varying climates
H Gibb, NJ Sanders, RR Dunn, X Arnan, HL Vasconcelos, DA Donoso, ...
Ecography 41 (7), 1184-1193, 2018
A global database of ant species abundances
H Gibb, RR Dunn, NJ Sanders, BF Grossman, M Photakis, S Abril, ...
Ecology 98 (3), 883-884, 2017
Darker ants dominate the canopy: testing macroecological hypotheses for patterns in colour along a microclimatic gradient
SJ Law, TR Bishop, P Eggleton, H Griffiths, L Ashton, C Parr
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (2), 347-359, 2020
Dominance–diversity relationships in ant communities differ with invasion
X Arnan, AN Andersen, H Gibb, CL Parr, NJ Sanders, RR Dunn, E Angulo, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (10), 4614-4625, 2018
Morphological characteristics of ant assemblages (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) differ among contrasting biomes
SF Schofield, TR Bishop, CL Parr
Myrmecological News 23, 129-137, 2016
Localised climate change defines ant communities in human‐modified tropical landscapes
MJW Boyle, TR Bishop, SH Luke, M van Breugel, TA Evans, M Pfeifer, ...
Functional Ecology 35, 1094-1108, 2021
The utility of distribution data in predicting phenology
TR Bishop, MS Botham, R Fox, SR Leather, DS Chapman, TH Oliver
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (11), 1024-1032, 2013
Is thermal limitation the primary driver of elevational distributions? Not for montane rainforest ants in the Australian Wet Tropics
S Nowrouzi, AN Andersen, TR Bishop, SKA Robson
Oecologia 188, 333-342, 2018
Low levels of intraspecific trait variation in a keystone invertebrate group
CA Gaudard, MP Robertson, TR Bishop
Oecologia 190, 725-735, 2019
The response of ants to climate change
CL Parr, TR Bishop
Global change biology 28 (10), 3188-3205, 2022
Teaching and learning in ecology: A horizon scan of emerging challenges and solutions
J Cooke, Y Araya, KL Bacon, JM Bagniewska, LC Batty, TR Bishop, ...
Oikos 130 (1), 15-28, 2021
Thermoregulatory traits combine with range shifts to alter the future of montane ant assemblages
TR Bishop, CL Parr, H Gibb, BJ van Rensburg, B Braschler, SL Chown, ...
Global Change Biology 25, 2162– 2173, 2019
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