TitleCited byYear
Global dung beetle response to tropical forest modification and fragmentation: a quantitative literature review and meta-analysis
E Nichols, T Larsen, S Spector, AL Davis, F Escobar, M Favila, K Vulinec, ...
Biological conservation 137 (1), 1-19, 2007
Hunting and plant community dynamics in tropical forests: a synthesis and future directions
KE Stoner, K Vulinec, SJ Wright, CA Peres
Biotropica 39 (3), 385-392, 2007
The role of mammals in creating and modifying seedshadows in tropical forests and some possible consequences of their elimination
KE Stoner, P Riba‐Hernández, K Vulinec, JE Lambert
Biotropica 39 (3), 316-327, 2007
Dung Beetle Communities and Seed Dispersal in Primary Forest and Disturbed Land in Amazonia1
K Vulinec
Biotropica 34 (2), 297-309, 2002
The Scarabaeinae Research Network. 2007. Global dung beetle response to tropical forest modification and fragmentation: A quantitative literature review and meta-analysis
E Nichols, T Larsen, S Spector, AL Davis, F Escobar, M Favila, K Vulinec
Biological Conservation 137 (1), 1-19, 0
Ovipositor Length in a Guild of Parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) Attacking Anastrepha spp. Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Southern Mexico
J Sivinski, K Vulinec, M Aluja
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 94 (6), 886-895, 2001
Dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae), monkeys, and conservation in Amazonia
K Vulinec
Florida Entomologist, 229-241, 2000
Fragmentation and Alteration of Seed Dispersal Processes: An Initial Evaluation of Dung Beetles, Seed Fate, and Seedling Diversity1
CA Chapman, LJ Chapman, K Vulinec, A Zanne, MJ Lawes
Biotropica 35 (3), 382-393, 2003
Trait‐dependent response of dung beetle populations to tropical forest conversion at local and regional scales
E Nichols, M Uriarte, DE Bunker, ME Favila, EM Slade, K Vulinec, ...
Ecology 94 (1), 180-189, 2013
The bionomics of Coptera haywardi (Ogloblin)(Hymenoptera: Diapriidae) and other pupal parasitoids of tephritid fruit flies (Diptera)
J Sivinski, K Vulinec, E Menezes, M Aluja
Biological Control 11 (3), 193-202, 1998
Primate and dung beetle communities in secondary growth rain forests: implications for conservation of seed dispersal systems
K Vulinec, JE Lambert, DJ Mellow
International Journal of Primatology 27 (3), 855-879, 2006
Iridescent dung beetles: a different angle
K Vulinec
Florida entomologist, 132-141, 1997
Aggregation and predator avoidance in whirligig beetles (Coleoptera: Gyrinidae)
K Vulinec, MC Miller
Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 438-447, 1989
Bat activity at woodland/farmland interfaces in central Delaware
KA Wolcott, K Vulinec
Northeastern naturalist 19 (1), 87-98, 2012
Population size and conservation of the last eastern remnants of the regal fritillary, Speyeria idalia (Drury) [Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae]; implications for temperate …
B Ferster, K Vulinec
Journal of Insect Conservation 14 (1), 31-42, 2010
Sit and wait at the source of dung-an unusual strategy of dung beetles
ER Tirado Herrera
Ecotropica 8, 87-88, 2002
The role of mammals in tropical forest regeneration and some possible consequences of their elimination: An overview
KE Stoner, P Riba-Hernández, K Vulinec, JE Lambert
Biotropica 39, 316-327, 2007
Dung beetles and long-term habitat fragmentation in Alter do Chão, Amazônia, Brazil
K Vulinec, AP Lima, EAR Carvalho Jr, DJ Mellow
Tropical Conservation Science 1 (2), 111-121, 2008
First record of Micronycteris sanborni (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae) from Central Amazonia, Brazil: range expansion and description of its echolocation
A López-Baucells, R Rocha, I García-Mayes, K Vulinec, CFJ Meyer
mammalia 78 (1), 127-132, 2014
Arboreal foraging height in a common neotropical dung beetle, Canthon subhyalinus Harold (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)
K Vulinec, DJ Mellow, CRV da Fonseca
The Coleopterists' Bulletin, 75-81, 2007
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