Finbarr G. Horgan
Finbarr G. Horgan
EcoLaVerna Integral Restoration Ecology; Tropical Ecosystem Research Network (TERN)
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The PREDICTS database: a global database of how local terrestrial biodiversity responds to human impacts
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and evolution 4 (24), 4701-4735, 2014
1662014
Rice resistance to planthoppers and leafhoppers
D Fujita, A Kohli, FG Horgan
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 32 (3), 162-191, 2013
1562013
Impact of invasive apple snails on the functioning and services of natural and managed wetlands
FG Horgan, AM Stuart, EP Kudavidanage
Acta Oecologica 54, 90-100, 2014
1382014
A review of principles for sustainable pest management in rice
S Savary, FG Horgan, L Willocquet, KL Heong
Crop protection 32, 54-63, 2012
1192012
Pathogen prevalence in commercially reared bumble bees and evidence of spillover in conspecific populations
TE Murray, MF Coffey, E Kehoe, FG Horgan
Biological Conservation 159, 269-276, 2013
1172013
The database of the Predicts (Projecting responses of ecological diversity in changing terrestrial systems) project
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and Evolution 7 (1), 145-188, 2017
1082017
Effects of deforestation on diversity, biomass and function of dung beetles on the eastern slopes of the Peruvian Andes
FG Horgan
Forest Ecology and Management 216 (1-3), 117-133, 2005
1062005
Promoting multiple ecosystem services with flower strips and participatory approaches in rice production landscapes
C Westphal, S Vidal, FG Horgan, GM Gurr, M Escalada, H Van Chien, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 16 (8), 681-689, 2015
792015
Mechanisms of resistance: a major gap in understanding planthopper-rice interactions
F Horgan
Planthoppers: new threats to the sustainability of intensive rice production …, 2009
782009
Burial of bovine dung by coprophagous beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) from horse and cow grazing sites in El Salvador
FG Horgan
European Journal of Soil Biology 37 (2), 103-111, 2001
722001
Aspects of brown planthopper adaptation to resistant rice varieties with the Bph3 gene
A Peñalver Cruz, A Arida, KL Heong, FG Horgan
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 141 (3), 245-257, 2011
552011
Agricultural landscapes and ecosystem services in South-East Asia—the LEGATO-Project
J Settele, JH Spangenberg, KL Heong, B Burkhard, JV Bustamante, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 8 (16), 661-664, 2015
542015
Responses by farmers to the apple snail invasion of Ecuador's rice fields and attitudes toward predatory snail kites
FG Horgan, MI Felix, DE Portalanza, L Sánchez, WMM Rios, SE Farah, ...
Crop Protection 62, 135-143, 2014
502014
Applying ecological engineering for sustainable and resilient rice production systems
FG Horgan, AF Ramal, CC Bernal, JM Villegas, AM Stuart, MLP Almazan
Procedia Food Science 6, 7-15, 2016
462016
Planthopper “adaptation” to resistant rice varieties: Changes in amino acid composition over time
YH Chen, CC Bernal, J Tan, FG Horgan, MA Fitzgerald
Journal of Insect Physiology 57 (10), 1375-1384, 2011
442011
Asymmetrical competition between Neotropical dung beetles and its consequences for assemblage structure
FG Horgan, RC Fuentes
Ecological Entomology 30 (2), 182-193, 2005
442005
Aggregated distribution of resources creates competition refuges for rainforest dung beetles
FG Horgan
Ecography 28 (5), 603-618, 2005
432005
Shady field boundaries and the colonisation of dung by coprophagous beetles in Central American pastures
FG Horgan
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 91 (1-3), 25-36, 2002
422002
Dung beetle assemblages in forests and pastures of El Salvador: a functional comparison
FG Horgan
Biodiversity and Conservation 17 (12), 2961, 2008
412008
Dung beetles in pasture landscapes of Central America: proliferation of synanthropogenic species and decline of forest specialists
FG Horgan
Biodiversity and Conservation 16 (7), 2149-2165, 2007
412007
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