Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Synchronous shedding of multiple bat paramyxoviruses coincides with peak periods of Hendra virus spillover. Emerging Microbes & Infections
  2. & Opsin genes of select treeshrews resolve ancestral character states within Scandentia. Royal Society Open Science 6(4), 182037
  3. & Individual and temporal variation in pathogen load predicts long-term impacts of an emerging infectious disease. Ecology 100(3), e02613
  4. & Global patterns in helminth host specificity: phylogenetic and functional diversity of regional host species pools matter. Ecography 42(3), 416-427.
  5. & Climate variation influences host specificity in avian malaria parasites. Ecology Letters 22(3), 547-557.
  6. & Host Specificity in Variable Environments. Trends in Parasitology 35(6), 452-465.
  7. et. al. The Australian National Rabbit Database: 50 yr of population monitoring of an invasive species. Ecology, e02750
  8. & Interglacial refugia on tropical mountains: Novel insights from the summit rat (Rattus baluensis), a Borneo mountain endemic. Diversity and Distributions 24(9), 1252-1266.
  9. & Disentangling synergistic disease dynamics: Implications for the viral biocontrol of rabbits. Journal of Animal Ecology 87(5), 1418-1428.
  10. & Global spread of helminth parasites at the human-domestic animal-wildlife interface. Global Change Biology 24(7), 3254-3265.
  11. & Unravelling changing interspecific interactions across environmental gradients using Markov random fields. Ecology 99(6), 1277-1283.
  12. & Parasite spread at the domestic animal - wildlife interface: anthropogenic habitat use, phylogeny and body mass drive risk of cat and dog flea (Ctenocephalides spp.) infestation in wild mammals. Parasites & Vectors 11(1)
  13. & Climate, host phylogeny and the connectivity of host communities govern regional parasite assembly. Diversity and Distributions 24(1), 13-23.
  14. & Infection of the fittest: devil facial tumour disease has greatest effect on individuals with highest reproductive output. Ecology Letters 20(6), 770-778.
  15. et. al. The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project. Ecology and Evolution 7(1), 145-188.
  16. & Co-infections and environmental conditions drive the distributions of blood parasites in wild birds. Journal of Animal Ecology 85(6), 1461-1470.
  17. & A Landscape Approach to Invasive Species Management. PLOS ONE 11(7), e0160417
  18. & Targeting season and age for optimizing control of invasive rabbits. The Journal of Wildlife Management 80(6), 990-999.
  19. & Molecular phylogeny of South-East Asian arboreal murine rodents. Zoologica Scripta 45(4), 349-364.
  20. & Euarchontan Opsin Variation Brings New Focus to Primate Origins. Molecular Biology and Evolution 33(4), 1029-1041.
  21. & Environmental effects and individual body condition drive seasonal fecundity of rabbits: identifying acute and lagged processes. Oecologia 181(3), 853-864.
  22. & An efficient protocol for the global sensitivity analysis of stochastic ecological models. Ecosphere 7(3), e01238
  23. & Tick exposure and extreme climate events impact survival and threaten the persistence of a long-lived lizard. Journal of Animal Ecology 85(2), 598-610.
  24. & Evolutionary origins of hepatitis A virus in small mammals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(49), 15190-15195.
  25. et. al. Grassland management intensification weakens the associations among the diversities of multiple plant and animal taxa. Ecology 96(6), 1492-1501.
  26. & Monophyletic clades of Macaranga-pollinating thrips show high specificity to taxonomic sections of host plants. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116(3), 558-570.
  27. & Timing and severity of immunizing diseases in rabbits is controlled by seasonal matching of host and pathogen dynamics. Journal of The Royal Society Interface 12(103), 20141184-20141184.
  28. & The importance of parasite geography and spillover effects for global patterns of host-parasite associations in two invasive species. Diversity and Distributions 21(4), 477-486.
  29. & Movement and ranging patterns of the Common Chaffinch in heterogeneous forest landscapes. PeerJ 2, e368
  30. et. al. BIOFRAG - a new database for analyzing BIOdiversity responses to forest FRAGmentation. Ecology and Evolution 4(9), 1524-1537.
  31. & Population fluctuations affect inference in ecological networks of multi-species interactions. Oikos 123(5), 589-598.
  32. & Shifts from native to invasive small mammals across gradients from tropical forest to urban habitat in Borneo. Biodiversity and Conservation 23(9), 2289-2303.
  33. & High plant species richness indicates management-related disturbances rather than the conservation status of forests. Basic and Applied Ecology 14(6), 496-505.
  34. & Variable Strength of Forest Stand Attributes and Weather Conditions on the Questing Activity of Ixodes ricinus Ticks over Years in Managed Forests. PLoS ONE 8(1), e55365
  35. & Spatio-temporal dynamics in waterbirds during the non-breeding season: Effects of local movements, migration and weather are monthly, not yearly. Basic and Applied Ecology 14(6), 523-531.
  36. & Inferring host specificity and network formation through agent-based models: tick–mammal interactions in Borneo. Oecologia 172(2), 307-316.
  37. & Species interactions: estimating per-individual interaction strength and covariates before simplifying data into per-species ecological networks. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4(1), 1-8.
  38. & Interacting effects of fertilization, mowing and grazing on plant species diversity of 1500 grasslands in Germany differ between regions. Basic and Applied Ecology 14(2), 126-136.
  39. & Trait-dependent occupancy dynamics of birds in temperate forest landscapes: fine-scale observations in a hierarchical multi-species framework. Animal Conservation 15(6), 626-637.
  40. et. al. Environmental Factors Affect Acidobacterial Communities below the Subgroup Level in Grassland and Forest Soils. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78(20), 7398-7406.
  41. et. al. A quantitative index of land-use intensity in grasslands: Integrating mowing, grazing and fertilization. Basic and Applied Ecology 13(3), 207-220.
  42. & Ectoparasite infestation patterns of domestic dogs in suburban and rural areas in Borneo. Parasitology Research 111(2), 909-919.
  43. & Bartonella and Rickettsia in arthropods from the Lao PDR and from Borneo, Malaysia. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 35(1), 51-57.
  44. & Gryphopsylla segregataBeaucournu & Sountsov, 1999 : Nouveau statut pourG. jacobsoni segregata, description de la femelle et proposition d’une nouvelle clé pour le genreGryphopsyllatraub, 1957 (Siphonaptera – Pygiopsyllidae – Stivaliinae). Parasite 18(3), 247-250.
  45. & Host specificity and niche partitioning in flea-small mammal networks in Bornean rainforests. Medical and Veterinary Entomology 25(3), 311-319.
  46. & Pitchers of Nepenthes rajah collect faecal droppings from both diurnal and nocturnal small mammals and emit fruity odour. Journal of Tropical Ecology 27(04), 347-353.
  47. & Top-Down Control of Herbivory by Birds and Bats in the Canopy of Temperate Broad-Leaved Oaks (Quercus robur). PLoS ONE 6(4), e17857
  48. & Local and landscape-scale forest attributes differ in their impact on bird assemblages across years in forest production landscapes. Basic and Applied Ecology 12(2), 97-106.
  49. & Implementing large-scale and long-term functional biodiversity research: The Biodiversity Exploratories. Basic and Applied Ecology 11(6), 473-485.
  50. & Macrostylophora durdenin. sp. de Sabah (Île de Bornéo) et autres espèces sympatriques (Siphonaptera : Ceratophyllidae, Pygiopsyllidae). Parasite 16(4), 283-287.
  51. & Diverse MHC IIB allele repertoire increases parasite resistance and body condition in the Long-tailed giant rat (Leopoldamys sabanus). BMC Evolutionary Biology 9(1), 269
  52. & Ectoparasite Infestations of Hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus) are Associated with Small-Scale Landscape Structures in an Urban–Suburban Environment. EcoHealth 6(3), 404-413.
  53. & Seed consumption by small mammals from Borneo. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25(05), 555-558.
  54. & Superb fairy-wren males aggregate into hidden leks to solicit extragroup fertilizations before dawn. Behavioral Ecology 20(3), 501-510.
  55. & Movement and ranging patterns of a tropical rat (Leopoldamys sabanus) in logged and unlogged rain forests. Journal of Mammalogy 89(3), 712-720.
  56. & Movement patterns of rats and treeshrews in SE Asian rainforest inferred from mark-recapture data. Ecotropica 14, 113-120.
  57. & Effects of rain forest logging on species richness and assemblage composition of small mammals in Southeast Asia. Journal of Biogeography 34(6), 1087-1099.
  58. & Impact of rain-forest logging on helminth assemblages in small mammals (Muridae, Tupaiidae) from Borneo. Journal of Tropical Ecology 23(01), 35-43.
  59. & Movement trajectories and habitat partitioning of small mammals in logged and unlogged rain forests on Borneo. Journal of Animal Ecology 75(5), 1212-1223.
  60. & Is Rattus rattus invading the primary rainforest on Borneo?. Malayan Nature Journal 59(1), 73-79.
  61. & Nest sites of rodents and tree shrews in Borneo. Ecotropica 12, 141-149.
  62. & Redescription deMacrostylophora borneensis(Jordan, 1926) (Siphonaptera : Ceratophyllidae : Ceratophyllinae), puce de la sous-région malaise et description d’une espèce affine. Parasite 12(4), 293-298.
  63. & Eat in or take away - Seed predation and removal by rats (muridae) during a fruiting event in a dipterocarp rainforest. Ther Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 53(2), 281-286.
  64. & Macrostylophora kinabaluaen. sp. (Insecta : Siphonaptera : Ceratophyllidae), puce nouvelle de Sabah (Île de Bornéo, Malaisie Orientale). Parasite 12(3), 237-240.
  65. & Viverrid and herpestid observations by camera and small mammal cage trapping in the lowland rainforests on Borneo including a record of the Hose’s Civet, Diplogale hosei. Small Carnivore Conservation 32, 12-14.
  66. & Use of arboreal and terrestrial space by a small mammal community in a tropical rain forest in Borneo, Malaysia. Journal of Biogeography 31(4), 641-652.
  67. & Trois espèces nouvelles du genreMedwayellaTraub, 1972 (Insecta : Siphonaptera : Pygiopsyllidae) de Sabah (Malaisie Orientale, Île de Bornéo). Parasite 11(4), 373-377.
  68. & Arboreal spacing patterns of the large Pencil-Tailed Tree Mouse, Chiropodomys major (Muridae), in a rainforest in Sabah, Malaysia. Ecotropica 10, 15-22.