Mani Shrestha
TitleCited byYear
Shades of red: bird‐pollinated flowers target the specific colour discrimination abilities of avian vision
M Shrestha, AG Dyer, S Boyd‐Gerny, BBM Wong, M Burd
New Phytologist 198 (1), 301-310, 2013
Flower colour and phylogeny along an altitudinal gradient in the H imalayas of N epal
M Shrestha, AG Dyer, P Bhattarai, M Burd
Journal of Ecology 102 (1), 126-135, 2014
Flower colours through the lens: quantitative measurement with visible and ultraviolet digital photography
JE Garcia, AD Greentree, M Shrestha, A Dorin, AG Dyer
PloS one 9 (5), 2014
Distribution patterns of medicinal plants along an elevational gradient in central Himalaya, Nepal
MB Rokaya, Z Münzbergová, MR Shrestha, B Timsina
Journal of Mountain Science 9 (2), 201-213, 2012
Floral colours in a world without birds and bees: the plants of M acquarie I sland
M Shrestha, K Lunau, A Dorin, B Schulze, M Bischoff, M Burd, AG Dyer
Plant Biology 18 (5), 842-850, 2016
Assessing the ecological significance of bee visual detection and colour discrimination on the evolution of flower colours
Z Bukovac, A Dorin, V Finke, M Shrestha, J Garcia, A Avarguès-Weber, ...
Evolutionary Ecology 31 (2), 153-172, 2017
Innate colour preferences of the Australian native stingless bee Tetragonula carbonaria Sm.
AG Dyer, S Boyd-Gerny, M Shrestha, K Lunau, JE Garcia, S Koethe, ...
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 202 (9-10), 603-613, 2016
Mapping species distributions with social media geo-tagged images: case studies of bees and flowering plants in Australia
MM ElQadi, A Dorin, A Dyer, M Burd, Z Bukovac, M Shrestha
Ecological informatics 39, 23-31, 2017
Distinctive convergence in Australian floral colours seen through the eyes of Australian birds
M Burd, CT Stayton, M Shrestha, AG Dyer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1781), 20132862, 2014
Why background colour matters to bees and flowers
Z Bukovac, M Shrestha, JE Garcia, M Burd, A Dorin, AG Dyer
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 203 (5), 369-380, 2017
Coevolutionary elaboration of pollination‐related traits in an alpine ginger (Roscoea purpurea) and a tabanid fly in the Nepalese Himalayas
BR Paudel, M Shrestha, M Burd, S Adhikari, YS Sun, QJ Li
New Phytologist 211 (4), 1402-1411, 2016
Out of Africa: evidence of the obligate mutualism between long corolla tubed plant and long‐tongued fly in the Himalayas
BR Paudel, M Shrestha, AG Dyer, XF Zhu, A Abdusalam, QJ Li
Ecology and evolution 5 (22), 5240-5251, 2015
Pollination in a new climate: assessing the potential influence of flower temperature variation on insect pollinator behaviour
M Shrestha, JE Garcia, Z Bukovac, A Dorin, AG Dyer
PloS one 13 (8), 2018
Seeing in colour: a hundred years of studies on bee vision since the work of the Nobel laureate Karl von Frisch
AG Dyer, JE Garcia, M Shrestha, K Lunau
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 127 (1), 66-72, 2015
Evaluating the spectral discrimination capabilities of different pollinators and their effect on the evolution of flower colors
M Shrestha, AG Dyer, M Burd
Communicative & integrative biology 6 (3), 301-10, 2013
Flower signal variability overwhelms receptor-noise and requires plastic color learning in bees
JE Garcia, M Shrestha, AG Dyer
Behavioral Ecology 29 (6), 1286-1297, 2018
Colour evolution within orchids depends on whether the pollinator is a bee or a fly
M Shrestha, M Burd, JE Garcia, A Dorin, AG Dyer
Plant Biology 21 (4), 745-752, 2019
Reproductive isolation in alpine gingers: How do coexisting Roscoea (R. purpurea and R. tumjensis) conserve species integrity?
BR Paudel, M Burd, M Shrestha, AG Dyer, QJ Li
Evolution 72 (9), 1840-1850, 2018
Signal or cue: the role of structural colors in flower pollination
JE Garcia, M Shrestha, SR Howard, P Petersen, AG Dyer
Current Zoology 65 (4), 467-481, 2019
Ginger and the beetle: Evidence of primitive pollination system in a Himalayan endemic alpine ginger (Roscoea alpina, Zingiberaceae)
BR Paudel, M Shrestha, AG Dyer, QJ Li
PloS one 12 (7), 2017
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