SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Blau, W.S. 1980 The effect of environmental disturbance on a tropical butterfly population. Ecology, 61, 1005 1012.
  • Bowman, D.M.J.S., Woinarski, J.C.Z., Sands, D.P.A., Wells, A., McShane, V.J. 1990 Slash-and-burn agriculture in the wet coastal lowlands of Papua New Guinea: response of birds, butterflies and reptiles. Journal of Biogeography, 17, 227 239.
  • Bulla, L. 1994 An index of evenness and its associated diversity measure. Oikos, 70, 167 171.
  • Collins, N.M. & Morris, M.G. 1985Threatened Swallowtail Butterflies of the World . IUCN, Gland.
  • Cotgreave, P. & Harvey, P.H. 1994 Evenness of abundance in bird communities. Journal of Animal Ecology, 63, 365 374.
  • Eggleton, P., Bignell, D.E., Sands, W.A., Waite, B., Wood, T.G., Lawton, J.H. 1995 The species richness of termites (Isoptera) under differing levels of forest disturbance in the Mbalmayo Forest Reserve, southern Cameroon. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 11, 85 98.
  • Hamer, K.C., Hill, J.K., Lace, L.A., Langman, A.M. 1997 Ecological and biogeographic effects of forest disturbance on tropical butterflies of Sumba, Indonesia. Journal of Biogeography, 24, 67 75.
  • Hill, J.K., Hamer, K.C., Lace, L.A., Banham, W.M.T. 1995 Effects of selective logging on tropical forest butterflies on Buru, Indonesia. Journal of Applied Ecology, 32, 754 760.
  • Hughes, R.G. 1986 Theories and models of species abundance. American Naturalist, 128, 879 899.
  • Kremen, C. 1992 Assessing the indicator properties of species assemblages for natural areas monitoring. Ecological Applications, 2, 203 217.
  • Kremen, C., Colwell, R.K., Erwin, T.L., Murphy, D.D., Noss, R.F., Sanjayan, M.A. 1993 Terrestrial arthropod assemblages: their use in conservation planning. Conservation Biology, 7, 796 808.
  • Magurran, A. 1988Ecological Diversity and its Measurement. Chapman & Hall, London.
  • May, R.M. 1975 Patterns of species abundance and diversity. Ecology and Evolution of Communities (eds M.L.Cody & J.M.Diamond), pp. 81 120. Belknap/Harvard.
  • Nummelin, M. 1998 Log-normal distribution of species abundance is not a universal indicator of rainforest disturbance. Journal of Applied Ecology, 35, 454 457.
  • Preston, F.W. 1948 The commonness, and rarity, of species. Ecology, 29, 254 283.
  • Putman, R.J. 1994Community Ecology. Chapman & Hall, London.
  • Southwood, T.R.E. 1978Ecological Methods. Chapman & Hall, London.
  • Spitzer, K., Jaros?, J., Havelka, J., Leps?, J. 1997 Effects of small-scale disturbance on butterfly communities of an Indochine montane rainforest. Biological Conservation, 80, 9 15.
  • Stenseth, N.C. 1979 Where have all the species gone? On the nature of extinction and the Red Queen hypothesis. Oikos, 33, 196 227.
  • Stork, N.E. 1991 The composition of the arthropod fauna of Bornean lowland rainforest trees. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 7, 161 180.
  • Sugihara, G. 1980 Minimal community structure: an explanation of species abundance patterns. American Naturalist, 116, 770 787.
  • Tokeshi, M. 1993 Species abundance patterns and community structure. Advances in Ecological Research, 24, 111 186.
  • Ugland, K.I. & Gray, J.S. 1982 Lognormal distributions and the concept of community equilibrium. Oikos, 39, 171 178.