Priscilla Wehi
Priscilla Wehi
Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research
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A spatial analysis of indigenous cover patterns and implications for ecological restoration in urban centres, New Zealand
BD Clarkson, PM Wehi, LK Brabyn
Urban Ecosystems 10 (4), 441-457, 2007
Indigenous ancestral sayings contribute to modern conservation partnerships: examples using Phormium tenax
PM Wehi
Ecological Applications 19 (1), 267-275, 2009
Traditional plant harvesting in contemporary fragmented and urban landscapes
PM Wehi, WL Wehi
Conservation Biology 24 (2), 594-604, 2010
Missing in translation: Maori language and oral tradition in scientific analyses of traditional ecological knowledge (TEK)
PM Wehi, H Whaanga, T Roa
Journal of the Royal Society of NZ 39 (4), 201-204, 2009
Biological flora of New Zealand 10. Phormium tenax, harakeke, New Zealand flax
PM Wehi, BD Clarkson
New Zealand Journal of Botany 45 (4), 521-544, 2007
Importance of including cultural practices in ecological restoration
PM Wehi, JM Lord
Conservation biology 31 (5), 1109-1118, 2017
Isotopic fractionation in a large herbivorous insect, the Auckland tree weta
PM Wehi, BJ Hicks
Journal of Insect Physiology 56 (12), 1877-1882, 2010
Cooperation‐mediated plasticity in dispersal and colonization
S Jacob, P Wehi, J Clobert, D Legrand, N Schtickzelle, M Huet, A Chaine
Evolution 70 (10), 2336-2345, 2016
Evaluating restoration success in urban forest plantings in Hamilton, New Zealand
DB MacKay, PM Wehi, BD Clarkson
Urban Habitats 6 (1), 2011
Marine resources in Māori oral tradition: He kai moana, he kai mā te hinengaro
P Wehi, M Cox, T Roa, H Whaanga
Journal of Marine and Island Cultures 2 (2), 59-68, 2013
Human perceptions of megafaunal extinction events revealed by linguistic analysis of indigenous oral traditions
PM Wehi, MP Cox, T Roa, H Whaanga
Human ecology 46 (4), 461-470, 2018
Does predation result in adult sex ratio skew in a sexually dimorphic insect genus?
PM Wehi, S Nakagawa, SA Trewick, M Morgan‐Richards
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24 (11), 2321-2328, 2011
Māori oral traditions record and convey indigenous knowledge of marine and freshwater resources
H Whaanga, P Wehi, M Cox, T Roa, I Kusabs
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 52 (4), 487-496, 2018
Tolerance for nutrient imbalance in an intermittently feeding herbivorous cricket, the Wellington Tree Weta
PM Wehi, D Raubenheimer, M Morgan-Richards
PLoS One 8 (12), e84641, 2013
Sex-and season-dependent behaviour in a flightless insect, the Auckland tree weta (Hemideina thoracica)
PM Wehi, MA Jorgensen, M Morgan-Richards
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 37 (1), 75-83, 2013
Artefacts, biology and bias in museum collection research
P Wehi, H Whaanga, SA Trewick
Molecular Ecology 21, 3103–3109, 2012
Bringing back nature into cities: Urban land environments, indigenous cover and urban restoration
BD Clarkson, PM Wehi, LK Brabyn
Centre for Biodiversity and Ecology Research, University of Waikato, 2006
Exploring the concept of niche convergence in a land without rodents: the case of weta as small mammals
MJ Griffin, SA Trewick, PM Wehi, M Morgan-Richards
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 35 (3), 302-307, 2011
Effects of climatically shifting species distributions on biocultural relationships
MO Bond, BJ Anderson, THA Henare, PM Wehi
People and Nature 1 (1), 87-102, 2019
Kaitiakitanga, place and the urban restoration agenda
ET Walker, PM Wehi, NJ Nelson, JR Beggs, H Whaanga
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 43 (3), 1-8, 2019
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