Dieter Hochuli
Dieter Hochuli
Professor of Integrative Ecology at The University of Sydney
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Defining greenspace: Multiple uses across multiple disciplines
L Taylor, DF Hochuli
Landscape and urban planning 158, 25-38, 2017
Habitat fragmentation in an urban environment: large and small fragments support different arthropod assemblages
H Gibb, DF Hochuli
Biological conservation 106 (1), 91-100, 2002
Effects of habitat complexity on ant assemblages
SA Lassau, DF Hochuli
Ecography 27 (2), 157-164, 2004
Effects of habitat complexity on forest beetle diversity: do functional groups respond consistently?
SA Lassau, DF Hochuli, G Cassis, CAM Reid
Diversity and distributions 11 (1), 73-82, 2005
Particulate matter deposition on roadside plants and the importance of leaf trait combinations
RJ Leonard, C McArthur, DF Hochuli
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 20, 249-253, 2016
Determining predator identity from attack marks left in model caterpillars: guidelines for best practice
PA Low, K Sam, C McArthur, MRC Posa, DF Hochuli
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 152 (2), 120-126, 2014
Creating better cities: how biodiversity and ecosystem functioning enhance urban residents’ wellbeing
L Taylor, DF Hochuli
Urban ecosystems 18, 747-762, 2015
Modelling nutritional interactions: from individuals to communities
Stephen J.Simpson, David Raubenheimer, Michael A.Charleston, Fiona J ...
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25 (1), 53-60, 2010
Insect herbivory and ontogeny: how do growth and development influence feeding behaviour, morphology and host use?
DF Hochuli
Austral Ecology 26 (5), 563-570, 2001
Independent effects of patch size and structural complexity on diversity of benthic macroinvertebrates
MG Matias, AJ Underwood, DF Hochuli, RA Coleman
Ecology 91 (7), 1908-1915, 2010
Understanding gregariousness in a larval Lepidopteran: the roles of host plant, predation, and microclimate
T Reader, DF Hochuli
Ecological Entomology 28 (6), 729-737, 2003
Removal experiment reveals limited effects of a behaviorally dominant species on ant assemblages
H Gibb, DF Hochuli
Ecology 85 (3), 648-657, 2004
The ecology of plant/insect interactions: implications of digestive strategy for feeding by phytophagous insects
DF Hochuli
Oikos, 133-141, 1996
Colonisation by a dominant ant facilitated by anthropogenic disturbance: effects on ant assemblage composition, biomass and resource use
H Gibb, DF Hochuli
Oikos 103 (3), 469-478, 2003
Are butterflies and moths useful indicators for restoration monitoring? A pilot study in Sydney's Cumberland Plain Woodland
B Lomov, DA Keith, DR Britton, DF Hochuli
Ecological Management & Restoration 7 (3), 204-210, 2006
Using high‐resolution multi‐spectral imagery to estimate habitat complexity in open‐canopy forests: can we predict ant community patterns?
SA Lassau, G Cassis, PKJ Flemons, L Wilkie, DF Hochuli
Ecography 28 (4), 495-504, 2005
Wasp community responses to habitat complexity in Sydney sandstone forests
SA Lassau, DF Hochuli
Austral Ecology 30 (2), 179-187, 2005
Responses of wasp communities to urbanization: effects on community resilience and species diversity
FJ Christie, DF Hochuli
Journal of Insect Conservation 13, 213-221, 2009
Urbanisation at multiple scales is associated with larger size and higher fecundity of an orb-weaving spider
EC Lowe, SM Wilder, DF Hochuli
PLoS One 9 (8), e105480, 2014
Elevated levels of herbivory in urban landscapes: are declines in tree health more than an edge effect?
FJ Christie, DF Hochuli
Ecology and Society 10 (1), 2005
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