Dara A Stanley
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Non-bee insects are important contributors to global crop pollination
R Rader, I Bartomeus, LA Garibaldi, MPD Garratt, BG Howlett, R Winfree, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (1), 146-151, 2016
A global synthesis reveals biodiversity-mediated benefits for crop production
M Dainese, EA Martin, MA Aizen, M Albrecht, I Bartomeus, R Bommarco, ...
Science advances 5 (10), eaax0121, 2019
Neonicotinoid pesticide exposure impairs crop pollination services provided by bumblebees
DA Stanley, MPD Garratt, JB Wickens, VJ Wickens, SG Potts, NE Raine
Nature 528 (7583), 548-550, 2015
Bumblebee learning and memory is impaired by chronic exposure to a neonicotinoid pesticide
DA Stanley, KE Smith, NE Raine
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-10, 2015
Pollinators and pollination of oilseed rape crops (Brassica napus L.) in Ireland: ecological and economic incentives for pollinator conservation
DA Stanley, D Gunning, JC Stout
Journal of Insect Conservation 17 (6), 1181-1189, 2013
Investigating the impacts of field‐realistic exposure to a neonicotinoid pesticide on bumblebee foraging, homing ability and colony growth
DA Stanley, AL Russell, SJ Morrison, C Rogers, NE Raine
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (5), 1440-1449, 2016
Relative abundance of an invasive alien plant affects native pollination processes
AC Dietzsch, DA Stanley, JC Stout
Oecologia 167 (2), 469-479, 2011
Meta-analysis reveals that pollinator functional diversity and abundance enhance crop pollination and yield
BA Woodcock, MPD Garratt, GD Powney, RF Shaw, JL Osborne, J Soroka, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 1-10, 2019
Quantifying the impacts of bioenergy crops on pollinating insect abundance and diversity: a field‐scale evaluation reveals taxon‐specific responses
DA Stanley, JC Stout
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (2), 335-344, 2013
Chronic exposure to a neonicotinoid pesticide alters the interactions between bumblebees and wild plants
DA Stanley, NE Raine
Functional Ecology 30 (7), 1132-1139, 2016
Pollinator sharing between mass-flowering oilseed rape and co-flowering wild plants: implications for wild plant pollination
DA Stanley, JC Stout
Plant Ecology 215 (3), 315-325, 2014
The long and the short of it: a global analysis of hawkmoth pollination niches and interaction networks
SD Johnson, M Moré, FW Amorim, WA Haber, GW Frankie, DA Stanley, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (1), 101-115, 2017
Bidirectional flower color and shape changes allow a second opportunity for pollination
P Willmer, DA Stanley, K Steijven, IM Matthews, CV Nuttman
Current Biology 19 (11), 919-923, 2009
Fungicides, herbicides and bees: A systematic review of existing research and methods
MG Cullen, LJ Thompson, JC Carolan, JC Stout, DA Stanley
PLoS One 14 (12), e0225743, 2019
Response of farmland biodiversity to the introduction of bioenergy crops: effects of local factors and surrounding landscape context
D Bourke, D Stanley, E O'Rourke, R Thompson, T Carnus, J Dauber, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 6 (3), 275-289, 2014
Ecological variation in response to mass-flowering oilseed rape and surrounding landscape composition by members of a cryptic bumblebee complex
DA Stanley, ME Knight, JC Stout
PLoS One 8 (6), e65516, 2013
Bumblebee colony development following chronic exposure to field-realistic levels of the neonicotinoid pesticide thiamethoxam under laboratory conditions
DA Stanley, NE Raine
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-7, 2017
The food versus fuel debate—what effect will replacing traditional crops with Miscanthus× ginganteus have on farmland biodiversity
M Emmerson, D Bourke, J Dauber, E O’Rourke, D Stanley, R Thompson, ...
Conserving farmland biodiversity: Teagasc Biodiversity Conference, lessons …, 2011
Pollination ecology of Desmodium setigerum (Fabaceae) in Uganda; do big bees do it better?
DA Stanley, M Otieno, K Steijven, ES Berlin, T Piironen, P Willmer, ...
Native honeybees as flower visitors and pollinators in wild plant communities in a biodiversity hotspot
DA Stanley, SM Msweli, SD Johnson
Ecosphere 11 (2), e02957, 2020
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