Chris Burwell
Chris Burwell
Senior Curator, Entomology, Queensland Museum
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The use of ants and other soil and litter arthropods as bio-indicators of the impacts of rainforest clearing and subsequent land use
A Nakamura, CP Catterall, APN House, RL Kitching, CJ Burwell
Journal of Insect Conservation 11 (2), 177-186, 2007
Changes in host–parasitoid food web structure with elevation
SC Maunsell, RL Kitching, CJ Burwell, RJ Morris
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (2), 353-363, 2015
Bat predation on eared moths: a test of the allotonic frequency hypothesis
CR Pavey, CJ Burwell
Oikos, 143-151, 1998
Comparison of point counts and automated acoustic monitoring: detecting birds in a rainforest biodiversity survey
EC Leach, CJ Burwell, LA Ashton, DN Jones, RL Kitching
Emu 116 (3), 305-309, 2016
Food web structure changes with elevation but not rainforest stratum
RJ Morris, FH Sinclair, CJ Burwell
Ecography 38 (8), 792-802, 2015
Vertical stratification of moths across elevation and latitude
LA Ashton, A Nakamura, Y Basset, CJ Burwell, M Cao, R Eastwood, ...
Journal of Biogeography 43 (1), 59-69, 2016
Dietary Benefits of Twilight Foraging by the Insectivorous Bat Hipposideros speoris1
CR Pavey, CJ Burwell, JE Grunwald, CJ Marshall, G Neuweiler
Biotropica 33 (4), 670-681, 2001
Springtail (C ollembola) assemblages along an elevational gradient in A ustralian subtropical rainforest
SC Maunsell, RL Kitching, P Greenslade, A Nakamura, CJ Burwell
Australian Journal of Entomology 52 (2), 114-124, 2013
Vertebrate diet decreases winter torpor use in a desert marsupial
CR Pavey, CJ Burwell, G Körtner, F Geiser
Naturwissenschaften 96 (6), 679-683, 2009
The diet of the diadem leaf‐nosed bat Hipposideros diadema: confirmation of a morphologically‐based prediction of carnivory
CR Pavey, CJ Burwell
Journal of Zoology 243 (2), 295-303, 1997
Distribution of ant species along an altitudinal transect in continuous rainforest in subtropical Queensland, Australia
CJ Burwell, A Nakamura
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 55 (2), 391-411, 2011
Foraging ecology of three species of hipposiderid bats in tropical rainforest in north-east Australia
CR Pavey, CJ Burwell
Wildlife Research 27 (3), 283-287, 2000
Investigation of the biology of Hymenoptera associated with Fergusonina sp.(Diptera: Fergusoninidae), a gall fly of Melaleuca quinquenervia, integrating molecular techniques
JA Goolsby, CJ Burwell, J Makinson, F Driver
Journal of Hymenoptera research 10 (2), 163-180, 2001
Altitudinal patterns of moth diversity in tropical and subtropical A ustralian rainforests
LA Ashton, EH Odell, CJ Burwell, SC Maunsell, A Nakamura, ...
Austral Ecology 41 (2), 197-208, 2016
Effects of shading and mulch depth on the colonisation of habitat patches by arthropods of rainforest soil and litter
A Nakamura, CP Catterall, CJ Burwell, RL Kitching, APN House
Insect Conservation and Diversity 2 (3), 221-231, 2009
Altitudinal and seasonal variation in the family-level assemblages of flies(Diptera) in an Australian subtropical rainforest: one hundred thousand and counting!
CL Lambkin, SL Boulter, NT Starick, BK Cantrell, DJ Bickel, SG Wright, ...
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 55 (2), 315-331, 2011
Projected distributions and diversity of flightless ground beetles within the Australian Wet Tropics and their environmental correlates
KM Staunton, SKA Robson, CJ Burwell, AE Reside, SE Williams
PloS one 9 (2), e88635, 2014
Foraging ecology and habitat use of Slater's skink (Egernia slateri): an endangered Australian desert lizard
CR Pavey, CJ Burwell, CEM Nano
Journal of Herpetology 44 (4), 563-571, 2010
Ground dwelling ants as surrogates for establishing conservation priorities in the Australian wet tropics
SH Yek, SE Willliams, CJ Burwell, SKA Robson, RH Crozier
Journal of Insect Science 9 (1), 12, 2009
Surviving cave bats: auditory and behavioural defences in the Australian noctuid moth, Speiredonia spectans
JH Fullard, ME Jackson, DS Jacobs, CR Pavey, CJ Burwell
Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (24), 3808-3815, 2008
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