Ian Engelbrecht
Ian Engelbrecht
Gauteng Nature Conservation
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Conservation and monitoring of invertebrates in terrestrial protected areas
MA McGeoch, H Sithole, MJ Samways, JP Simaika, JS Pryke, M Picker, ...
koedoe 53 (2), 131-143, 2011
Pitfall trapping for surveying trapdoor spiders: the importance of timing, conditions and effort
I Engelbrecht
The Journal of Arachnology 41 (2), 133-142, 2013
Reconsidering environmental diversity (ED) as a biodiversity surrogacy strategy
I Engelbrecht, M Robertson, M Stoltz, JW Joubert
Biological Conservation 197, 171-179, 2016
Invertebrate species inventories in protected area management: are they useful?
I Engelbrecht
African Entomology 18 (2), 235-245, 2010
An assessment of rehabilitation success in an African grassland using ants as bioindicators
SL Jamison, M Robertson, I Engelbrecht, P Hawkes
Koedoe: African Protected Area Conservation and Science 58 (1), 1-16, 2016
The Baboon Spider Atlas–using citizen science and the ‘fear factor’to map baboon spider (Araneae: Theraphosidae) diversity and distributions in Southern Africa
H Campbell, I Engelbrecht
Insect Conservation and Diversity 11 (2), 143-151, 2018
Cryptic diversity of South African trapdoor spiders: three new species of Stasimopus Simon, 1892 (Mygalomorphae, Ctenizidae), and redescription of Stasimopus robertsi Hewitt, 1910
I Engelbrecht, L Prendini
American Museum Novitates 2012 (3732), 1-42, 2012
Assessing the taxonomic resolution of southern African trapdoor spiders (Araneae: Ctenizidae; Cyrtaucheniidae; Idiopidae) and implications for their conservation
I Engelbrecht, L Prendini
Biodiversity and Conservation 20 (13), 3101-3116, 2011
A new Pterinochilus species from South Africa (Araneae, Theraphosidae, Harpactirinae)
RC Gallon, I Engelbrecht
Arachnology 15 (4), 121-126, 2011
The Gauteng Conservation Plan: Planning for biodiversity in a rapidly urbanising province
PC Compaan, CA Whittington-Jones, I Engelbrecht, L Dumalisile, L Mills, ...
Bothalia-African Biodiversity & Conservation 47 (1), 1-16, 2017
Monitoring terrestrial and freshwater invertebrates in protected areas
MA McGeoch, H Sithole, MJ Samways, JP Simaika, JS Pryke, M Picker, ...
Koedoe 53 (2), 2011
A new forest dwelling button spider from South Africa (Araneae, Theridiidae, Latrodectus)
B Wright, CD Wright, CL Sole, R Lyle, R Tippett, C Sholto-Douglas, ...
Zootaxa 4700 (4), 584-600, 2019
New collection records for Theraphosidae (Araneae, Mygalomorphae) in Angola, with the description of a remarkable new species of Ceratogyrus
JM Midgley, I Engelbrecht
African Invertebrates 60, 1, 2019
Permit requirements, associated challenges and recommendations for biodiversity collections and research in South Africa
M Hamer, K Behr, I Engelbrecht, L Richards
South African Journal of Science 117 (9-10), 1-4, 2021
An observation of baboon spider mortality resulting from fire in Tembe Elephant Park, South Africa
P Jordaan, I Engelbrecht, C Hanekom
Biodiversity Observations, 1-5, 2016
Does TDWG Need an API Design Guideline?
I Engelbrecht, H Steyn
Biodiversity Information Science and Standards 5, e75372, 2021
Supplemental Material for'A revision of the genus Hermacha Simon, 1889 (Mygalomorphae: Entypesidae), in southern Africa with revalidation of Hermachola Hewitt, 1915, and …
D Ríos-Tamayo, I Engelbrecht, PA Goloboff
New York, NY: American Museum of Natural History, 2021
The Natural Science Collections Facility: Building community with South African museums and herbaria
I Engelbrecht, A Ndaba, S Ribeiro, F Tambani, M Hamer
Biodiversity Information Science and Standards, 2021
A Revision of the Genus Hermacha Simon, 1889 (Mygalomorphae: Entypesidae), in Southern Africa with Revalidation of Hermachola Hewitt, 1915, and Brachytheliscus Pocock, 1902
D Ríos-Tamayo, I Engelbrecht, PA Goloboff
American Museum Novitates 2021 (3977), 1-80, 2021
Fun and Easy Georeferencing with a New Online Tool from South Africa
I Engelbrecht
Biodiversity Information Science and Standards 5, e73572, 2021
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