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Douglas H. Boyes
Douglas H. Boyes
UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
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Is light pollution driving moth population declines? A review of causal mechanisms across the life cycle
DH Boyes, DM Evans, R Fox, MS Parsons, MJO Pocock
Insect Conservation and Diversity 14 (2), 167-187, 2021
472021
Bucking the trend: the diversity of Anthropocene ‘winners’ among British moths
DH Boyes, R Fox, CR Shortall, RJ Whittaker
Frontiers of Biogeography 11 (2), e43862, 2019
152019
Street lighting has detrimental impacts on local insect populations
DH Boyes, DM Evans, R Fox, MS Parsons, MJO Pocock
Science Advances 7 (35), eabi8322, 2021
92021
Ecology of Lepidoptera associated with bird nests in mid‐Wales, UK
DH Boyes, OT Lewis
Ecological Entomology 44 (1), 1-10, 2019
82019
Natural history of Lepidoptera associated with bird nests in mid-Wales
DH Boyes
The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 130 (5), 249-259, 2018
32018
What evidence exists on conservation actions to conserve insects? A protocol for a systematic map of literature reviews
NR Haddaway, E Grames, DH Boyes, ME Saunders, NG Taylor
Environmental Evidence 9, 2020
22020
The genome sequence of the lime hawk-moth, Mimas tiliae (Linnaeus, 1758)
D Boyes, PWH Holland, WWGA Lab
Wellcome Open Research 6, 2021
12021
The genome sequence of the double-striped pug, Gymnoscelis rufifasciata (Haworth, 1809)
D Boyes, T Lewin, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (135), 135, 2022
2022
A framework and case study to systematically identify long‐term insect abundance and diversity datasets
EM Grames, GA Montgomery, DH Boyes, LV Dicks, ML Forister, ...
Conservation Science and Practice, e12687, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the rosy rustic, Hydraecia micacea (Esper, 1789)
D Boyes, R Turner, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (131), 131, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the Clifden nonpareil, Catocala fraxini (Linnaeus, 1758)
D Boyes, PWH Holland, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (129), 129, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the black arches, Lymantria monacha (Linnaeus, 1758)
D Boyes, D Phillips, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (128), 128, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the bird’s nest moth, Tinea trinotella (Thunberg, 1794)
D Boyes, P Chua, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (124), 124, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the ringed china-mark, Parapoynx stratiotata (Linnaeus, 1758)
D Boyes, R Chadd, ...
Wellcome Open Research 7, 121, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the large yellow underwing, Noctua pronuba (Linnaeus, 1758)
D Boyes, PWH Holland, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (119), 119, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the pebble prominent, Notodonta ziczac (Linnaeus, 1758)
D Boyes, T Lewin, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (111), 111, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the silver Y moth, Autographa gamma (Linnaeus, 1758)
D Boyes, PWH Holland, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (100), 100, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the peppered moth, Biston betularia Linnaeus, 1758
D Boyes, C Wright, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (97), 97, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the angle shades moth, Phlogophora meticulosa (Linnaeus, 1758)
D Boyes, PWH Holland, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (89), 89, 2022
2022
The genome sequence of the square-spot rustic, Xestia xanthographa (Schiffermuller, 1775)
D Boyes, PWH Holland, Darwin Tree of Life Consortium
Wellcome Open Research 7 (37), 37, 2022
2022
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