• Are invasive populations characterized by a broader diet than native populations? 

      Courant, J.; Vogt, S.; Marques, R.; Measey, J.; Secondi, J.; Rebelo, R.; de Villiers, A.; Ihlow, F.; de Busschere, C.; Backeljau, T.; Rodder, D.; Herrel, A. (Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0, 2017)
      Background. Invasive species are among the most significant threats to biodiversity. The diet of invasive animal populations is a crucial factor that must be considered in the context of biological invasions. A broad dietary ...
    • Assessing water conditions for Heleophryne rosei tadpoles and the conservation relevance 

      Ebrahim, Z.; de Villiers, A.; Measey, J. (2020)
      The Table Mountain Ghost Frog (Heleophryne rosei) is endemic to the Table Mountain massif and is Critically Endangered. Other than clear, clean perennial stream flow, the optimal aquatic conditions required by their larvae ...