Phil Lester
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Habitat complexity facilitates coexistence in a tropical ant community
M Sarty, KL Abbott, PJ Lester
Oecologia 149, 465-473, 2006
Relative roles of climatic suitability and anthropogenic influence in determining the pattern of spread in a global invader
N Roura-Pascual, C Hui, T Ikeda, G Leday, DM Richardson, S Carpintero, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (1), 220-225, 2011
Quantifying uncertainty in the potential distribution of an invasive species: climate and the Argentine ant
S Hartley, R Harris, PJ Lester
Ecology letters 9 (9), 1068-1079, 2006
Invasion Success and Management Strategies for Social Vespula Wasps
PJ Lester, JR Beggs
Annual review of entomology 64, 51-71, 2019
Functional and numerical responses do not always indicate the most effective predator for biological control: an analysis of two predators in a two‐prey system
PJ Lester, R Harmsen
Journal of Applied Ecology 39 (3), 455-468, 2002
Demersal fish community diversity off New Zealand: is it related to depth, latitude and regional surface phytoplankton?
S McClatchie, RB Millar, F Webster, PJ Lester, R Hurst, N Bagley
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 44 (4), 647-667, 1997
Determinants for the successful establishment of exotic ants in New Zealand
PJ Lester
Diversity and Distributions 11 (4), 279-288, 2005
The potential for the use of gene drives for pest control in New Zealand: a perspective
PK Dearden, NJ Gemmell, OR Mercier, PJ Lester, MJ Scott, RD Newcomb, ...
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 48 (4), 225-244, 2018
Behavioural plasticity associated with propagule size, resources, and the invasion success of the Argentine ant Linepithema humile
K Sagata, PJ Lester
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (1), 19-27, 2009
The widespread collapse of an invasive species: Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) in New Zealand
M Cooling, S Hartley, DA Sim, PJ Lester
Biology Letters 8 (3), 430-433, 2012
Temperature-dependent development of the Argentine ant, Linepithema humile (Mayr) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): a degree-day model with implications for range …
S Hartley, PJ Lester
New Zealand Entomologist 26 (1), 91-100, 2003
Effects of riparian willow trees (Salix fragilis) on macroinvertebrate densities in two small Central Otago, New Zealand, streams
PJ Lester, SF Mitchell, D Scott
New Zealand journal of marine and freshwater research 28 (3), 267-276, 1994
Changes in the Bacteriome of Honey Bees Associated with the Parasite Varroa destructor, and Pathogens Nosema and Lotmaria passim
J Hubert, M Bicianova, O Ledvinka, M Kamler, PJ Lester, M Nesvorna, ...
Microbial ecology 73, 685-698, 2017
Long-legged ants, Anoplolepis gracilipes (Hymenoptera: Formicidae), have invaded Tokelau, changing composition and dynamics of ant and invertebrate communities
PJ Lester, A Tavite
Pacific Science 58 (3), 391-401, 2004
Inferring historical introduction pathways with mitochondrial DNA: the case of introduced Argentine ants (Linepithema humile) into New Zealand
SE Corin, PJ Lester, KL Abbott, PA Ritchie
Diversity and Distributions 13 (5), 510-518, 2007
Invasive ants carry novel viruses in their new range and form reservoirs for a honeybee pathogen
A Sébastien, PJ Lester, RJ Hall, J Wang, NE Moore, MAM Gruber
Biology Letters 11 (9), 20150610, 2015
Integrating physiology, population dynamics and climate to make multi‐scale predictions for the spread of an invasive insect: the Argentine ant at Haleakala National Park, Hawaii
S Hartley, PD Krushelnycky, PJ Lester
Ecography 33 (1), 83-94, 2010
Booms, busts and population collapses in invasive ants
PJ Lester, MAM Gruber
Biological Invasions 18, 3091-3101, 2016
Invasive ants compete with and modify the trophic ecology of hermit crabs on tropical islands
A McNatty, KL Abbott, PJ Lester
Oecologia 160, 187-194, 2009
Large scale unicoloniality: the population and colony structure of the invasive Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) in New Zealand
SE Corin, KL Abbott, PA Ritchie, PJ Lester
Insectes Sociaux 54, 275-282, 2007
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