Priscilla Wehi
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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
Importance of including cultural practices in ecological restoration
PM Wehi, JM Lord
Conservation biology 31 (5), 1109-1118, 2017
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
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
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
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
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
Artefacts, biology and bias in museum collection research
P Wehi, H Whaanga, SA Trewick
Molecular Ecology 21, 3103–3109, 2012
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
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
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
Get together, work together, write together: a novel framework for conservation of New Zealand frogs
J Cisternas, PM Wehi, N Haupokia, F Hughes, M Hughes, J Germano, ...
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 43 (3), 3392, 2019
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
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
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