Thomas Hovestadt
Thomas Hovestadt
PD Dr., Department of Animal Ecology & Tropical Biology
Verified email at biozentrum.uni-wuerzburg.de
TitleCited byYear
Costs of dispersal
D Bonte, H Van Dyck, JM Bullock, A Coulon, M Delgado, M Gibbs, ...
Biological Reviews 87 (2), 290-312, 2012
7172012
Specialization, constraints, and conflicting interests in mutualistic networks
N Blüthgen, F Menzel, T Hovestadt, B Fiala, N Blüthgen
Current Biology 17 (4), 341-346, 2007
3642007
Forecasting plant migration rates: managing uncertainty for risk assessment
SI Higgins, JS Clark, R Nathan, T Hovestadt, F Schurr, JMV Fragoso, ...
Journal of Ecology 91 (3), 341-347, 2003
2052003
Evolution of density–and patch–size–dependent dispersal rates
HJ Poethke, T Hovestadt
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 269 (1491 …, 2002
1872002
Modelling dispersal: an eco‐evolutionary framework incorporating emigration, movement, settlement behaviour and the multiple costs involved
JMJ Travis, K Mustin, KA Bartoń, TG Benton, J Clobert, MM Delgado, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 3 (4), 628-641, 2012
1302012
Evolution of reduced dispersal mortality and ‘fat-tailed’dispersal kernels in autocorrelated landscapes
T Hovestadt, S Messner, JP Hans
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 268 (1465 …, 2001
1062001
Flächenbedarf von Tierpopulationen-als Kriterien für Maßnahmen des Biotopschutzes und als Datenbasis zur Beurteilung von Eingriffen in Natur und Landschaft
T Hovestadt, J Roeser, M Mühlenberg
991991
Flächenbedarf von Tierpopulationen-als Kriterien für Maßnahmen des Biotopschutzes und als Datenbasis zur Beurteilung von Eingriffen in Natur und Landschaft
T Hovestadt, J Roeser, M Mühlenberg
991991
Local extinction and the evolution of dispersal rates: causes and correlations
HJ Poethke, T Hovestadt, O Mitesser
The American Naturalist 161 (4), 631-640, 2003
982003
Evidence based conservation of butterflies
JA Thomas, DJ Simcox, T Hovestadt
Journal of Insect Conservation 15 (1-2), 241-258, 2011
962011
Evolution of dispersal polymorphism and local adaptation of dispersal distance in spatially structured landscapes
D Bonte, T Hovestadt, HJ Poethke
Oikos 119 (3), 560-566, 2010
872010
Seed dispersal mechanisms and the vegetation of forest islands in a West African forest-savanna mosaic (Comoé National Park, Ivory Coast)
T Hovestadt, P Yao, KE Linsenmair
Plant Ecology 144 (1), 1-25, 1999
821999
The relative contribution of individual and kin selection to the evolution of density-dependent dispersal rates
HJ Poethke, B Pfenning, T Hovestadt
Evolutionary Ecology Research 9 (1), 41-50, 2007
792007
Why are metapopulations so rare?
EA Fronhofer, A Kubisch, FM Hilker, T Hovestadt, HJ Poethke
Ecology 93 (8), 1967-1978, 2012
742012
Evolution of sex-biased dispersal: the role of sex-specific dispersal costs, demographic stochasticity, and inbreeding
A Gros, T Hovestadt, HJ Poethke
Ecological Modelling 219 (1-2), 226-233, 2008
742008
Patch density, movement pattern, and realised dispersal distances in a patch-matrix landscape—a simulation study
S Hein, B Pfenning, T Hovestadt, HJ Poethke
Ecological Modelling 174 (4), 411-420, 2004
702004
Movement patterns of the bush cricket Platycleis albopunctata in different types of habitat: matrix is not always matrix
S Hein, J Gombert, T Hovestadt, HJ Poethke
Ecological Entomology 28 (4), 432-438, 2003
692003
From random walks to informed movement
EA Fronhofer, T Hovestadt, HJ Poethke
Oikos 122 (6), 857-866, 2013
652013
Kin competition as a major driving force for invasions
A Kubisch, EA Fronhofer, HJ Poethke, T Hovestadt
The American Naturalist 181 (5), 700-706, 2013
532013
On the elasticity of range limits during periods of expansion
A Kubisch, T Hovestadt, HJ Poethke
Ecology 91 (10), 3094-3099, 2010
532010
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