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Wallis, C.; Brehm, G.; Donoso, D.A.; Fiedler, K.; Homeier, J.; Paulsch, D.; Suessenbach, D.; Tiede, Y.; Brandl, R.; Farwig, N. & Bendix, J. (2017): Remote sensing improves prediction of tropical montane species diversity but performance differs among taxa. Ecological Indicators 1(1), 1-10.
Adams, M. & Fiedler, K. (2016): Low Herbivory among Targeted Reforestation Sites in the Andean Highlands of Southern Ecuador.. PLoS ONE 11(3), e0151277.
Adams, M. & Fiedler, K. (2015): The value of targeted reforestations for local insect diversity: a case study from the Ecuadorian Andes.. Biodiversity and Conservation 24, 2709-2734.
Werner, F.A.; Jantz, N.; Krashevska, V.; Peters, T.; Behling, H.; Maraun, M.; Scheu, S. & Brehm, G. (2014): Climate Change Effects on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning. In: Bendix, J., Beck, E., Bräuning, A., Makeschin, F., Mosandl, R., Scheu, S., Wilcke, W. (eds.): Ecosystem Services, Biodiversity and Environmental Change in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of South ( ), Springer.
Brehm, G.; Strutzenberger, P. & Fiedler, K. (2013): Phylogenetic diversity of geometrid moths decreases with elevation in the tropical Andes. Ecography 36(11), 1247-1253.
Brehm, G.; Strutzenberger, P. & Fiedler, K. (2013): Phylogenetic diversity of geometrid moths decreases with elevation in the tropical Andes. Ecography 36, 001-007.
Brehm, G.; Bodner, F.; Strutzenberger, P.; Hünefeld, F. & Fiedler, K. (2011): Neotropical Eois (Lepidoptera: Geometridae): Checklist, Biogeography, Diversity, and Description Patterns. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 104, 1091-1107.
Bodner, F.; Strutzenberger, P.; Brehm, G. & Fiedler, K. (2012): Species Richness and Host Specificity among Caterpillar Ensembles on Shrubs in the Andes of Southern Ecuador. Neotropical Entomology n/a, n/a.
Bodner, F. (2011): Caterpillar communities on shrubs in the montane forest zone of southern Ecuador University of Vienna, phd thesis
Strutzenberger, P.; Brehm, G. & Fiedler, K. (2011): DNA barcoding-based species delimitation increases species count of Eois (Geometridae) moths in a well-studied tropical mountain forest by up to 50%. Insect Science 18, 349?362.
Strutzenberger, P. & Fiedler, K. (2011): Temporal patterns of diversification in Andean Eois, a species-rich clade of moths (Lepidoptera, Geometridae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24, 919-925.
Beck, J.; Brehm, G. & Fiedler, K. (2010): Links between the environment, abundance and diversity of Andean moths. Biotropica 43, 208-217.
Brehm, G. (2010): Diversity of geometrid moths in two Neotropical montane rain forests. In: L.A. Bruijnzeel, F.N. Scatena, L.S. Hamilton (eds.): Tropical montane cloud forests ( ), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 192-196.
Bodner, F.; Mahal, S.; Reuter, M. & Fiedler, K. (2010): Feasibility of a combined sampling approach for studying caterpillar assemblages ? a case study from shrubs in the Andean montane forest zone. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 43, 27-35.
Strutzenberger, P.; Brehm, G.; Bodner, F. & Fiedler, K. (2010): Molecular phylogeny of Eois (Lepidoptera, Geometridae): evolution of wing patterns and host plant use in a speciesrich group of Neotropical moths. Zoologica Scripta 39, 603-620.
Bodner, F.; Brehm, G.; Homeier, J.; Strutzenberger, P. & Fiedler, K. (2010): Caterpillars and host plant records for 59 species of Geometridae (Lepidoptera) from a montane rainforest in southern Ecuador. Journal of Insect Science 10:63, 1-22.
Brehm, G. (2009): Patterns of arctiid diversity. In: William E. Connor (eds.): Tiger moths and woolly bears - behavior, ecology and evolution of the Arctiidae (1st edition ), Oxford University Press, New York, 223-232.
Strutzenberger, P.; Brehm, G.; Bodner, F.; Zimmermann, R.; Wiemers, M. & Fiedler, K. (2009): DNA barcoding and molecular phylogeny of Eois moths (Geometridae) from southern Ecuador. Spixiana 32, 131.
Bodner, F.; Brehm, G.; Homeier, J.; Strutzenberger, P. & Fiedler, K. (2009): Caterpillars and host plant records for 59 species of Geometridae (Lepidoptera) from a montane rainforest in southern Ecuador. Journal of Insect Science 10, E-Journal, no pages.
Fiedler, K.; Hilt, N.; Brehm, G. & Soplin Roque, H. (2007): Moths at tropical forest margins ? how mega-diverse insect assemblages respond to forest disturbance and recovery. In: Teja Tscharntke et al (eds.): The stability of tropical rainforest margins, linking ecological, economic and social constraints of ( ), Springer, Berlin - Heidelberg, 39-60.
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