Opeyemi Adedoja
Opeyemi Adedoja
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Florida
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Global effects of land-use intensity on local pollinator biodiversity
J Millard, CL Outhwaite, R Kinnersley, R Freeman, RD Gregory, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 1-11, 2021
Insect-flower interaction networks vary among endemic pollinator taxa over an elevation gradient
OA Adedoja, T Kehinde, MJ Samways
PLoS One 13 (11), e0207453, 2018
Refuges from fire maintain pollinator–plant interaction networks
O Adedoja, CF Dormann, T Kehinde, MJ Samways
Ecology and evolution 9 (10), 5777-5786, 2019
Time since fire strongly and variously influences anthophilous insects in a fire‐prone landscape
O Adedoja, T Kehinde, MJ Samways
Ecosphere 10 (9), e02849, 2019
Pollination and reproduction enhance the invasive potential of an early invader: the case of Lythrum salicaria (purple loosetrife) in South Africa
S Geerts, O Adedoja
Biological Invasions 23 (9), 2961-2971, 2021
Assessing awareness on biodiversity conservation among Nigerians: the Aichi Biodiversity Target 1
EO Akindele, MC Ekwemuka, P Apeverga, TO Amusa, S Olajuyigbe, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 30 (7), 1947-1970, 2021
Asynchrony among insect pollinator groups and flowering plants with elevation
O Adedoja, T Kehinde, MJ Samways
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
Changes in interaction network topology and species composition of flower‐visiting insects across three land use types
O Adedoja, T Kehinde
African Journal of Ecology 56 (4), 964-971, 2018
Impacts of an invasive alien Proteaceae on native plant species richness and vegetation structure
L Erckie, O Adedoja, S Geerts, E van Wyk, JS Boatwright
South African Journal of Botany 144, 332-338, 2022
An invasive alien Proteaceae lures some, but not all nectar‐feeding bird pollinators away from native Proteaceae in South African fynbos
O Adedoja, L Erckie, JS Boatwright, E van Wyk, S Geerts
Plant Biology 23 (6), 915-922, 2021
Seasonal variation in the diversity of anthophilous insects in three land use types on ObafemiAwolowo University, Ile-Ife, Southwestern Nigeria
O Adedoja, T Kehinde
Environtropica 14, 63-74, 2017
Age class of alien tree stands retained for mammal protection have differential effects on flower‐visiting insect assemblages
O Adedoja, T Kehinde, MJ Samways
Insect Conservation and Diversity 14 (6), 814-824, 2021
Mixed effect of habitat fragmentation on pollinator visitation rates but not on seed production in renosterveld of South Africa
SJ Hauber, SL Maier, O Adedoja, M Gaertner, S Geerts
South African Journal of Botany 146, 48-57, 2022
Open habitats in a tropical biodiversity hotspot support pollinator diversity in both protected and unprotected areas
I Balogun, O Eluyeba, O Adedoja, MJ Samways, O Polašek, T Kehinde
Biotropica, 2022
Response of plant-pollinator interactions to landscape transformations in the Greater Cape Floristic Region (GCFR) biodiversity hotspot
OA Adedoja
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2019
Moderate grazing impacts on insect-flower interactions in grasslands in a biodiversity hotspot
AA Opeyemi, M Eluyeba, O Oyeseyi, K Temitope
Journal of Entomology and Nematology 10 (3), 14-22, 2018
Composition and interaction network of flower-visiting insects in Obafemi Awolowo University, Parks and Gardens, Ile Ife, Nigeria
O Adedoja, T Kehinde, O Kehinde, O Alo
Zoologist (The) 15, 22-28, 2017
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