William A. Foster
William A. Foster
Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge
Verified email at cam.ac.uk
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Evidence for the dilution effect in the selfish herd from fish predation on a marine insect
WA Foster, JE Treherne
Nature 293 (5832), 466-467, 1981
Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality
P Abbot, J Abe, J Alcock, S Alizon, JAC Alpedrinha, M Andersson, ...
Nature 471 (7339), E1-E4, 2011
Establishing the evidence base for maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem function in the oil palm landscapes of South East Asia
WA Foster, JL Snaddon, EC Turner, TM Fayle, TD Cockerill, MDF Ellwood, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 366 …, 2011
The evolution of soldiers in aphids
DL Stern, WA Foster
Biological Reviews 71 (1), 27-79, 1996
Doubling the estimate of invertebrate biomass in a rainforest canopy
MDF Ellwood, WA Foster
Nature 429 (6991), 549-551, 2004
Oil palm expansion into rain forest greatly reduces ant biodiversity in canopy, epiphytes and leaf-litter
TM Fayle, EC Turner, JL Snaddon, VK Chey, AYC Chung, P Eggleton, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 11 (4), 337-345, 2010
Group transmission of predator avoidance behaviour in a marine insect: the Trafalgar effect
JE Treherne, WA Foster
Animal Behaviour 29 (3), 911-917, 1981
Biodiversity and agricultural sustainagility: from assessment to adaptive management
L Jackson, M van Noordwijk, J Bengtsson, W Foster, L Lipper, ...
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 2 (1-2), 80-87, 2010
The impact of forest conversion to oil palm on arthropod abundance and biomass in Sabah, Malaysia
EC Turner, WA Foster
Journal of Tropical Ecology, 23-30, 2009
Stochastic and deterministic processes jointly structure tropical arthropod communities
MD Farnon Ellwood, A Manica, WA Foster
Ecology letters 12 (4), 277-284, 2009
How aphids lose their marbles
N Pike, D Richard, W Foster, L Mahadevan
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
Children's perceptions of rainforest biodiversity: which animals have the lion's share of environmental awareness?
JL Snaddon, EC Turner, WA Foster
PLoS One 3 (7), e2579, 2008
Canopy Ferns in Lowland Dipterocarp Forest Support a Prolific Abundance of Ants, Termites, and Other Invertebrates1
MDF Ellwood, DT Jones, WA Foster
Biotropica 34 (4), 575-583, 2002
Altruistic housekeeping in a social aphid
TG Benton, WA Foster
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1992
The evolution of sociality in aphids: a clone's-eye view.
The evolution of social behavior in insects and arachnids, 150-165, 1997
Oil palm research in context: identifying the need for biodiversity assessment
EC Turner, JL Snaddon, TM Fayle, WA Foster
PloS one 3 (2), e1572, 2008
Arthropod Abundance, Canopy Structure, and Microclimate in a Bornean Lowland Tropical Rain Forest1
RJ Dial, MDF Ellwood, EC Turner, WA Foster
Biotropica 38 (5), 643-652, 2006
Experimental evidence for effective and altruistic colony defence against natural predators by soldiers of the gall-forming aphid Pemphigus spyrothecae (Hemiptera: Pemphigidae)
WA Foster
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 27 (6), 421-430, 1990
The effects of group size on predator avoidance in a marine insect
JE Treherne, WA Foster
Animal Behaviour 28 (4), 1119-1122, 1980
Group size and anti-predator strategies in a marine insect
JE Treherne, WA Foster
Animal Behaviour 30 (2), 536-542, 1982
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