Heather Proctor
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Mites: ecology, evolution and behaviour
DE Walter, HC Proctor
UNSW, 1999
Species coextinctions and the biodiversity crisis
LP Koh, RR Dunn, NS Sodhi, RK Colwell, HC Proctor, VS Smith
science 305 (5690), 1632-1634, 2004
Mites and birds: diversity, parasitism and coevolution
H Proctor, I Owens
Trends in ecology & evolution 15 (9), 358-364, 2000
Feather mites (Acari: Astigmata): ecology, behavior, and evolution
HC Proctor
Annual review of entomology 48 (1), 185-209, 2003
Parasite biodiversity faces extinction and redistribution in a changing climate
CJ Carlson, KR Burgio, ER Dougherty, AJ Phillips, VM Bueno, ...
Science advances 3 (9), e1602422, 2017
Development of forest structure on cleared rainforest land in eastern Australia under different styles of reforestation
J Kanowski, CP Catterall, GW Wardell-Johnson, H Proctor, T Reis
Forest ecology and Management 183 (1-3), 265-280, 2003
Courtship in the water mite Neumania papillator: males capitalize on female adaptations for predation
HC Proctor
Animal Behaviour 42 (4), 589-598, 1991
Sensory exploitation and the evolution of male mating behaviour: a cladistic test using water mites (Acari: Parasitengona)
HC Proctor
Animal Behaviour 44 (4), 745-752, 1992
Using soil and litter arthropods to assess the state of rainforest restoration
A Nakamura, H Proctor, CP Catterall
Ecological Management & Restoration 4, S20-S28, 2003
Feeding behaviour and phylogeny: observations on early derivative Acari
DE Walter, HC Proctor
Experimental & applied acarology 22, 39-50, 1998
Indirect sperm transfer in arthropods: behavioral and evolutionary trends
HC Proctor
Annual Review of Entomology 43 (1), 153-174, 1998
Quantifying the biodiversity values of reforestation: perspectives, design issues and outcomes in Australian rainforest landscapes
C Catterrall, J Kanowski, G Wardell-Johnson, H Proctor, T Rels, ...
Conservation of Australia? s Forest Fauna, 359-393, 2004
Revisiting the meiofauna paradox: dispersal and colonization of nematodes and other meiofaunal organisms in low-and high-energy environments
MJ Boeckner, J Sharma, HC Proctor
Hydrobiologia 624, 91-106, 2009
Neglected predators: water mites (Acari: Parasitengona: Hydrachnellae) in freshwater communities
H Proctor, G Pritchard
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 8 (1), 100-111, 1989
Effect of pollination success on floral longevity in the orchid Calypso bulbosa (Orchidaceae)
HC Proctor, LD Harder
American Journal of Botany 82 (9), 1131-1136, 1995
Feather mites and birds: an interaction mediated by uropygial gland size?
I Galván, E Barba, R Piculo, JL Cantó, V Cortés, JS Monrós, F Atiénzar, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21 (1), 133-144, 2008
Are tree trunks habitats or highways? A comparison of oribatid mite assemblages from hoop‐pine bark and litter
HC Proctor, KM Montgomery, KE Rosen, RL Kitching
Australian Journal of Entomology 41 (4), 294-299, 2002
Higher-level molecular phylogeny of the water mites (Acariformes: Prostigmata: Parasitengonina: Hydrachnidiae)
M Dabert, H Proctor, J Dabert
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 101, 75-90, 2016
Pollen load, capsule weight, and seed production in three orchid species
HC Proctor, LD Harder
Canadian Journal of Botany 72 (2), 249-255, 1994
Feather mites play a role in cleaning host feathers: New insights from DNA metabarcoding and microscopy
J Doña, H Proctor, D Serrano, KP Johnson, AO Oploo, JC Huguet‐Tapia, ...
Molecular Ecology 28 (2), 203-218, 2019
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