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NA - North America471
AS - Asia453
EU - Europe117
HKU - The University of Hong Kong91
OC - Oceania44
SA - South America3
AF - Africa2
UND - Undefined8
US - United States470
CN - China226
KR - Republic of Korea122
HKU - The University of Hong Kong91
HK - Hong Kong67
GB - United Kingdom63
AU - Australia44
NL - Netherlands20
KH - Cambodia17
FR - France10
OTH - Others59
The University of Hong Kong91
San Ramon54
San Mateo26
Termites mitigate the effects of drought in tropical rainforest32
Suspended Dead Wood Decomposes Slowly in the Tropics, with Microbial Decay Greater than Termite Decay14
Drought and presence of ants can influence hemiptera in tropical leaf litter14
Integrating proximal and horizon threats to biodiversity for conservation34
Detecting Biodiversity Changes Along Climatic Gradients: The IBISCA-Queensland Project23
Carbon flux and forest dynamics: Increased deadwood decomposition in tropical rainforest tree‐fall canopy gaps4
Colors of night: climate–morphology relationships of geometrid moths along spatial gradients in southwestern China60
Elevation and moths in a central eastern Queensland rainforest41
Macrolepidopteran assemblages along an altitudinal gradient in subtropical rainforest - exploring indicators of climate change24
The impact of invertebrate decomposers on plants and soil5
Clarifying Terrestrial Recycling Pathways29
Termites can decompose more than half of deadwood in tropical rainforest17
The Pyraloidea of Eungella: a moth fauna in its elevational and distributional context32
Ants are the major agents of resource removal from tropical rainforests63
Elevational species richness gradients in a hyperdiverse insect taxon: a global meta-study on geometrid moths59
Forests and Their Canopies: Achievements and Horizons in Canopy Science54
Elevational sensitivity in an Asian 'hotspot': Moth diversity across elevational gradients in tropical, sub-tropical and sub-alpine China52
The Eungella biodiversity study: Filling the knowledge gap11
Midpoint attractors and species richness: Modelling the interaction between environmental drivers and geometric constraints52
Identifying indicator species of elevation: Comparing the utility of woody plants, ants and moths for long-term monitoring50
Ecosystem resilience in a tropical landscape6
Predictor sets and biodiversity assessment: The evolution and application of an idea30
Ecology: What Affects the Distribution of Global Bee Diversity8
Conservation Success through IPBES-Guided Transformative Change39
Darker ants dominate the canopy: Testing macroecological hypotheses for patterns in colour along a microclimatic gradient30
Comparison of point counts and automated acoustic monitoring: detecting birds in a rainforest biodiversity survey49
Vertical stratification of moths across elevation and latitude60
Altitudinal patterns of moth diversity in tropical and subtropical Australian rainforests43
Moths in the Pyrénées: spatio-temporal patterns and indicators of elevational assemblages15
Sensitivity and threat in high-elevation rainforests: Outcomes and consequences of the IBISCA-Queensland project74
Reliable, verifiable and efficient monitoring of biodiversity via metabarcoding81
Diversity in tropical ecosystems: The species richness and turnover of moths in Malaysian rainforests43
Distance-driven species turnover in Bornean rainforests: Homogeneity and heterogeneity in primary and post-logging forests41