Kit Prendergast
Kit Prendergast
PhD researcher, Curtin University
Verified email at postgrad.curtin.edu.au - Homepage
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Is the loss of Australian digging mammals contributing to a deterioration in ecosystem function?
PA Fleming, H Anderson, AS Prendergast, MR Bretz, LE Valentine, ...
Mammal Review 44 (2), 94-108, 2014
1872014
The relative performance of sampling methods for native bees: an empirical test and review of the literature
KS Prendergast, MHM Menz, KW Dixon, PW Bateman
Ecosphere 11 (5), e03076, 2020
102020
Responses of Domestic Horses and Ponies to Single, Combined and Conflicting Visual and Auditory Cues
K Prendergast, D Blache, C Nansen
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 46, 40-46, 2016
52016
Nesting biology of'Megachile ignita'Smith, 1853 (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in artificial nesting blocks in urbanised southwestern Australia
KA Prendergast
Australian Entomologist, The 45 (2), 139, 2018
22018
A Further Record and Observations of the Flowerpot Snake Indotyphlops braminus in Suburban Perth
K Prendergast, M Bamford
The Western Australian Naturalist 30 (4), 229-234, 2017
22017
Beyond ecosystem services as justification for biodiversity conservation
KS Prendergast
Austral Ecology 45 (2), 141-143, 2020
12020
Scientific note: mass-nesting of a native bee Hylaeus (Euprosopoides) ruficeps kalamundae (Cockerell, 1915)(Hymenoptera: Colletidae: Hylaeinae) in polystyrene
KS Prendergast
Apidologie 51 (1), 107-111, 2020
12020
Establishment of the east Australian Masked Bee Hylaeus nubilosus (Smith) (Hymenoptera: Colletidae: Hylaeinae) in Western Australia
K Prendergast
Australian Entomologist 44 (4), 213-218, 2017
12017
Australia's lost diggers
K Prendergast
Wildlife Australia 51 (1), 26, 2014
12014
First records of the introduced African carder bee, Pseudoanthidium (Immanthidium) repetitum (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae), in Western Australia
KS Prendergast
Pacific Conservation Biology, 0
1
Critiquing the notion of a species natural range in an era of unprecedented change
KS Prendergast
Austral Ecology 45 (6), 672-674, 2020
2020
Defending biodiversity through our diets
K PRENDERGAST
Austral Ecology 45 (5), 520-522, 2020
2020
Luxury bee-line to Western Australia: Staying in bee hotels
K Prendergast
Wildlife Australia 56 (4), 8, 2019
2019
Euryglossina (Euryglossina) perpusilla (Hymenoptera: Colletidae: Euryglossinae) nesting in pre-formed cavities in Bankisa attenuata (Proteaceae)
K Prendergast
Journal of Melittology 28, 1-5, 2018
2018
Bees in urban areas: are gardens or bushland remnants more important habitats?
K Prendergast
Australian Ecological Society Conference 2018, “Ecology in the Anthropocene", 2018
2018
Bushland fragments vs. residential gardens: which are better for native bees in a biodiversity hotspot?
K Prendergast, P Bateman, MHM Menz, K Dixon
The Royal Symposium of WA 2018 Conference: "Landscapes, Seascapes and Biota …, 2018
2018
Importance of bushland remnants and honeybee competition for native bees in urban Western Australia.
K Prendergast
The First Australian Native Bee Conference, 2018
2018
The biodiversity of native bees in the ‘burbs and how to conserve them.
K Prendergast
Australian Entomological Society of Australia 2018 Conference, “Insects as …, 2018
2018
New records of bee fly (Diptera: Bombyliidae) and mite (Acari: Pyemotidae) parasites of Australian Megachile bees (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) in Western Australia
K Prendergast, D Yeates
Australian Entomologist 45 (1), 51-56, 2018
2018
INTRA AND INTERSPECIFIC INTERACTIONS INVOLVING MEROGLOSSA RUBRICATA AT BEE BLOCKS IN URBANISED SOUTH-WESTERN AUSTRALIA
K Prendergast
The Western Australian Naturalist 31 (2), 82-87, 2017
2017
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