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Steve Compton
Steve Compton
Reader in Entomology, University of Leeds
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Fig‐eating by vertebrate frugivores: a global review
M Shanahan, S So, SG GOMPTON, R GORLETT
Biological Reviews 76 (4), 529-572, 2001
6622001
Phylogenetic relationships, historical biogeography and character evolution of fig-pollinating wasps
CA Machado, E Jousselin, F Kjellberg, SG Compton, EA Herre
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
3102001
Old World fruit bats can be long–distance seed dispersers through extended retention of viable seeds in the gut
LA Shilton, JD Altringham, SG Compton, RJ Whittaker
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
2541999
Wind-borne insects mediate directional pollen transfer between desert fig trees 160 kilometers apart
S Ahmed, SG Compton, RK Butlin, PM Gilmartin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (48), 20342-20347, 2009
2522009
Regulation of seed and pollinator production in the fig-fig wasp mutualism
RJC Nefdt, SG Compton
Journal of Animal Ecology, 170-182, 1996
1911996
Effects of selective logging on the butterflies of a Bornean rainforest
SJ Willott, DC Lim, SG Compton, SL Sutton
Conservation Biology 14 (4), 1055-1065, 2000
1822000
Fig volatiles: their role in attracting pollinators and maintaining pollinator specificity
AB Ware, PT Kaye, SG Compton, S Van Noort
Plant systematics and evolution 186, 147-156, 1993
1511993
African fig wasp communities: undersaturation and latitudinal gradients in species richness
BA Hawkins, SG Compton
Journal of Animal Ecology, 361-372, 1992
1511992
13• Fig-associated wasps: pollinators and parasites, sex-ratio adjustment and male polymorphism, population structure and its consequences
EA Herre, SA West, JM Cook, SG Compton, F Kjellberg
The evolution of mating systems in insects and arachnids, 226, 1997
1501997
The effects of ants' nests on the physical, chemical and hydrological properties of a rangeland soil in semi-arid Spain
LH Cammeraat, SJ Willott, SG Compton, LD Incoll
Geoderma 105 (1-2), 1-20, 2002
1472002
Sailing with the wind: Dispersal by small flying insects.
SG Compton
1462002
Determinants of species richness in southern African fig wasp assemblages
SG Compton, BA Hawkins
Oecologia 91, 68-74, 1992
1431992
Ant-herbivore interactions: reasons for the absence of benefits to a fern with foliar nectaries.
VK Rashbrook, SG Compton, JH Lawton
1411992
Complex interactions between mutualisms: ants tending homopterans protect fig seeds and pollinators
SG Compton, HG Robertson
Ecology 69 (4), 1302-1305, 1988
1341988
Alternative mating tactics and extreme male dimorphism in fig wasps
JM Cook, SG Compton, EA Herre, SA West
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
1321997
Convergent evolution of agaonine and sycoecine (Agaonidae, Chalcidoidea) head shape in response to the constraints of host fig morphology
S Noort, SG Compton
Journal of Biogeography 23 (4), 415-424, 1996
1281996
0ne way to be a fig
SG Compton
African Entomology 1 (2), 1993
1261993
Pollinator-specific volatile attractants released from figs of Ficus burtt-davyi.
S Noort, AB Ware, SG Compton
1261989
African fig wasp parasitoid communities
SG Compton, JY Rasplus, AB Ware
1241994
Studies of Ceratosolen galili, a non-pollinating agaonid fig wasp
SG Compton, KC Holton, VK Rashbrook, S Van Noort, SL Vincent
Biotropica, 188-194, 1991
1201991
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