Legi Sam
Legi Sam
Environmental Futures Research Institute, Griffith University
Verified email at griffithuni.edu.au
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Midpoint attractors and species richness: modelling the interaction between environmental drivers and geometric constraints
RK Colwell, NJ Gotelli, LA Ashton, J Beck, G Brehm, TM Fayle, K Fiedler, ...
Ecology letters 19 (9), 1009-1022, 2016
562016
Cross‐continental comparisons of butterfly assemblages in tropical rainforests: implications for biological monitoring
Y Basset, R Eastwood, L Sam, DJ Lohman, V Novotny, T Treuer, SE Miller, ...
Insect Conservation and Diversity 6 (3), 223-233, 2013
462013
Comparison of rainforest butterfly assemblages across three biogeographical regions using standardized protocols
Y Basset, RG Eastwood, L Sam, DJ Lohman, V Novotny, T Treuer, ...
The Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera, 2011
442011
Guidelines for Standardized Global Butterfly Monitoring
C Van Swaay, E Regan, M Ling, E Bozhinovska, M Fernandez, ...
Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network, Leipzig, Germany, 2015
302015
A positive relationship between ant biodiversity (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) and rate of scavenger-mediated nutrient redistribution along a disturbance gradient in a southeast …
TM Fayle, L Bakker, C Cheah, TM Ching, A Davey, F Dem, A Earl, ...
Myrmecological News 14, 5-12, 2010
282010
Land module of Our Planet Reviewed–Papua New Guinea: aims, methods and first taxonomical results
M Leponce, V Novotny, O Pascal, T Robillard, F Legendre, C Villemant, ...
Insects of Mount Wilhelm, Papua New Guinea. Mémoires du Muséum national d …, 2016
192016
Vertical stratification of beetles in tropical rainforests as sampled by light traps in North Queensland, Australia
NE Stork, M Stone, L Sam
Austral Ecology, 2015
172015
Dispersal of butterflies in a N ew G uinea rainforest: using mark–recapture methods in a large, homogeneous habitat
P Vlasanek, L Sam, V Novotny
Ecological Entomology 38 (6), 560-569, 2013
162013
Speciation in a keystone plant genus is driven by elevation: a case study in New Guinean Ficus
ST Segar, M Volf, J Zima Jnr, B Isua, M Sisol, L Sam, K Sam, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2016
112016
Insect herbivory and herbivores of Ficus species along a rain forest elevational gradient in Papua New Guinea
K Sam, B Koane, L Sam, A Mrazova, S Segar, M Volf, M Moos, P Simek, ...
Biotropica, 2020
82020
Is insect vertical distribution in rainforests better explained by distance from the canopy top or distance from the ground?
T McCaig, L Sam, A Nakamura, NE Stork
Biodiversity and Conservation, 2020
52020
Compound specific trends of chemical defences in Ficus along an elevational gradient reflect a complex selective landscape
M Volf, JE Laitila, J Kim, L Sam, K Sam, B Isua, M Sisol, CW Wardhaugh, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 46 (4), 442-454, 2020
22020
Assemblages of fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) along an elevational gradient in the rainforests of Papua New Guinea
S Finnie, K Sam, M Leponce, Y Basset, D Drew, MK Schutze, C Dahl, ...
Insect Conservation and Diversity 14 (3), 348-355, 2021
2021
Ethnobotany of Penis Sheathes (Phallocrypts) in Papua New Guinea
K Sam, L Sam, J Lepš
Botanical Electronic News, 2015
2015
Midpoint attractors and species richness: Modelling the interaction between environmental drivers
RK Colwell, NJ Gotelli, LA Ashton, J Beck, G Brehm, TM Fayle, K Fiedler, ...
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