Jacqueline R. Beggs
Jacqueline R. Beggs
School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland
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Ecological effects and management of invasive alien Vespidae
JR Beggs, EG Brockerhoff, JC Corley, M Kenis, M Masciocchi, F Muller, ...
BioControl 56 (4), 505-526, 2011
The ecological consequences of social wasps (Vespula spp.) invading an ecosystem that has an abundant carbohydrate resource
J Beggs
Biological Conservation 99 (1), 17-28, 2001
The role of introduced predators and competitors in the decline of kaka (Nestor meridionalis) populations in New Zealand
PR Wilson, BJ Karl, RJ Toft, JR Beggs, RH Taylor
Biological conservation 83 (2), 175-185, 1998
Supplementary feeding restructures urban bird communities
JA Galbraith, JR Beggs, DN Jones, MC Stanley
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (20), E2648-E2657, 2015
The kaka Nestor meridionalis, a New Zealand parrot endangered by introduced wasps and mammals
JR Beggs, PR Wilson
Biological conservation 56 (1), 23-38, 1991
Declines in common, widespread native birds in a mature temperate forest
GP Elliott, PR Wilson, RH Taylor, JR Beggs
Biological conservation 143 (9), 2119-2126, 2010
Restructuring of Lepidoptera communities by introduced Vespula wasps in a New Zealand beech forest
JR Beggs, JS Rees
Oecologia 119 (4), 565-571, 1999
Impacts of exotic invertebrates on New Zealand’s indigenous species and ecosystems
EG Brockerhoff, BIP Barratt, JR Beggs, LL Fagan, K Malcolm, CB Phillips, ...
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34 (1), 158-174, 2010
Support for vicariant origins of the New Zealand Onychophora
J Allwood, D Gleeson, G Mayer, S Daniels, JR Beggs, TR Buckley
Journal of Biogeography 37 (4), 669-681, 2010
Invasion Success and Management Strategies for Social Vespula Wasps
PJ Lester, JR Beggs
Annual review of entomology 64, 51-71, 2019
The difficulty of reducing introduced wasp (Vespula vulgaris) populations for conservation gains
JR Beggs, RJ Toft, JP Malham, JS Rees, JAV Tilley, H Moller, P Alspach
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 55-63, 1998
Risks and drivers of wild bird feeding in urban areas of New Zealand
JA Galbraith, JR Beggs, DN Jones, EJ McNaughton, CR Krull, MC Stanley
Biological Conservation 180, 64-74, 2014
A model for the effect of Sphecophaga vesparum vesparum as a biological control agent of the common wasp in New Zealand
ND Barlow, H Moller, JR Beggs
Journal of applied ecology, 31-44, 1996
New Zealand's performance based research funding (PBRF) model undermines Maori research
T Roa, JR Beggs, J Williams, H Moller
Taylor & Francis Group 39 (4), 233-238, 2009
Hairiness: the missing link between pollinators and pollination
JR Stavert, G Liñán-Cembrano, JR Beggs, BG Howlett, DE Pattemore, ...
PeerJ 4, e2779, 2016
Keystone species: competition for honeydew among exotic and indigenous species
JR Beggs, DA Wardle
Biological Invasions in New Zealand, 281-294, 2006
Dynamics of common wasps in New Zealand beech forests: a model with density dependence and weather
ND Barlow, JR Beggs, MC Barron
Journal of Animal Ecology, 663-671, 2002
Soluble carbon production by honeydew scale insects in a New Zealand beech forest
JR Beggs, BJ Karl, DA Wardle, KI Bonner
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 105-115, 2005
Traffic rate as an index of colony size in Vespula wasps
JP Malham, JS Rees, PA Alspach, JR Beggs, H Moller
New Zealand journal of zoology 18 (2), 105-109, 1991
Urban bird feeders dominated by a few species and individuals
JA Galbraith, DN Jones, JR Beggs, K Parry, MC Stanley
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 81, 2017
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