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The database of the Predicts (Projecting responses of ecological diversity in changing terrestrial systems) project
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and Evolution 7 (1), 145-188, 2017
582017
Predicting bee community responses to land-use changes: Effects of geographic and taxonomic biases
A De Palma, S Abrahamczyk, MA Aizen, M Albrecht, Y Basset, A Bates, ...
Scientific Reports 6, 31153, 2016
332016
Additive effects of exotic plant abundance and land-use intensity on plant–pollinator interactions
I Grass, DG Berens, F Peter, N Farwig
Oecologia 173 (3), 913-923, 2013
302013
Much more than bees—Wildflower plantings support highly diverse flower-visitor communities from complex to structurally simple agricultural landscapes
I Grass, J Albrecht, F Jauker, T Diekötter, D Warzecha, V Wolters, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 225, 45-53, 2016
262016
Natural habitat loss and exotic plants reduce the functional diversity of flower visitors in a heterogeneous subtropical landscape
I Grass, DG Berens, N Farwig
Functional ecology 28 (5), 1117-1126, 2014
142014
Past and potential future effects of habitat fragmentation on structure and stability of plant–pollinator and host–parasitoid networks
I Grass, B Jauker, I Steffan-Dewenter, T Tscharntke, F Jauker
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (9), 1408, 2018
132018
Contrasting taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity responses to forest modifications: comparisons of taxa and successive plant life stages in South African scarp forest
I Grass, R Brandl, A Botzat, EL Neuschulz, N Farwig
PLoS ONE 10 (2), e0118722, 2015
132015
Economic value of bat predation services–a review and new estimates from macadamia orchards
PJ Taylor, I Grass, AJ Alberts, E Joubert, T Tscharntke
Ecosystem Services 30, 372-381, 2018
112018
Trophic level, successional age and trait matching determine specialization of deadwood-based interaction networks of saproxylic beetles
B Wende, MM Gossner, I Grass, T Arnstadt, M Hofrichter, A Floren, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1854), 20170198, 2017
102017
Insectivorous birds disrupt biological control of cereal aphids
I Grass, K Lehmann, C Thies, T Tscharntke
Ecology 98 (6), 1583-1590, 2017
92017
Plant size affects mutualistic and antagonistic interactions and reproductive success across 21 Brassicaceae species
H Schlinkert, C Westphal, Y Clough, I Grass, J Helmerichs, T Tscharntke
Ecosphere 7 (12), e01529, 2016
92016
Persistence of flower visitors and pollination services of a generalist tree in modified forests
EL Neuschulz, I Grass, A Botzat, SD Johnson, N Farwig
Austral ecology 38 (4), 374-382, 2013
92013
Make EU trade with Brazil sustainable
L Kehoe, T Reis, M Virah-Sawmy, A Balmford, 604 signatories, ...
Science 364 (6438), 341-341, 2019
8*2019
The role of ants, birds and bats for ecosystem functions and yield in oil palm plantations
LH Denmead, K Darras, Y Clough, P Diaz, I Grass, MP Hoffmann, ...
Ecology, DOI: 10.1002/ecy.1882, 2017
72017
Guild‐specific shifts in visitation rates of frugivores with habitat loss and plant invasion
I Grass, DG Berens, N Farwig
Oikos 123 (5), 575-582, 2014
62014
Natural vegetation and bug abundance promote insectivorous bat activity in macadamia orchards, South Africa
SM Weier, I Grass, VMG Linden, T Tscharntke, PJ Taylor
Biological Conservation 226, 16-23, 2018
52018
Pollination limitation despite managed honeybees in South African macadamia orchards
I Grass, S Meyer, PJ Taylor, SH Foord, P Hajek, T Tscharntke
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 260, 11-18, 2018
52018
Transferring biodiversity-ecosystem function research to the management of ‘real-world’ecosystems
P Manning, J Loos, AD Barnes, P Batáry, FJJA Bianchi, N Buchmann, ...
Advances in Ecological Research, 2019
42019
Fruit quantity and quality of strawberries benefit from enhanced pollinator abundance at hedgerows in agricultural landscapes
D Castle, I Grass, C Westphal
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 275, 14-22, 2019
32019
Partitioning wild bee and hoverfly contributions to plant–pollinator network structure in fragmented habitats
F Jauker, B Jauker, I Grass, I Steffan-Dewenter, V Wolters
Ecology, https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2569, 2018
32018
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