Aleš Dolný
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Aquatic insects indicate terrestrial habitat degradation: changes in taxonomical structure and functional diversity of dragonflies in tropical rainforest of East Kalimantan
A Dolný, F Harabiš, D Bárta, S Lhota, P Drozd
Tropical Zoology 25 (3), 141-157, 2012
Human altered ecosystems: suitable habitats as well as ecological traps for dragonflies (Odonata): the matter of scale
F Harabiš, A Dolný
Journal of Insect Conservation 16, 121-130, 2012
Home range, movement, and distribution patterns of the threatened dragonfly Sympetrum depressiusculum (Odonata: Libellulidae): a thousand times greater territory to protect?
A Dolný, F Harabiš, H Mižičová
PLoS One 9 (7), e100408, 2014
Underground mining can contribute to freshwater biodiversity conservation: Allogenic succession forms suitable habitats for dragonflies
A Dolný, F Harabiš
Biological Conservation 145 (1), 109-117, 2012
Dragonflies (Odonata) in the Bornean rain forest as indicators of changes in biodiversity resulting from forest modification and destruction
A Dolný, D Bárta, S Lhota, Rusdianto, P Drozd
Tropical Zoology 24 (1), 63-86, 2011
Ecological factors determining the density-distribution of Central European dragonflies (Odonata).
F Harabiš, A Dolný
European Journal of Entomology 107 (4), 2010
Vážky české republiky
A DOLNÝ, D BÁRTA, M Waldhauser, O Holuša, L Hanel
Ekologie, ochrana a rozšiřeni. Český svaz ochránců přírody, Vlašim, 2007
Post-industrial areas as successional habitats: long-term changes of functional diversity in beetle communities
J Hodecek, T Kuras, J Sipos, A Dolny
Basic and Applied Ecology 16 (7), 629-640, 2015
Towards global volunteer monitoring of odonate abundance
J Bried, L Ries, B Smith, M Patten, J Abbott, J Ball-Damerow, R Cannings, ...
BioScience 70 (10), 914-923, 2020
A novel approach involving the use of Odonata as indicators of tropical forest degradation: When family matters
H Šigutová, J Šipoš, A Dolný
Ecological Indicators 104, 229-236, 2019
Intensive fish ponds as ecological traps for dragonflies: an imminent threat to the endangered species Sympetrum depressiusculum (Odonata: Libellulidae)
H Šigutová, M Šigut, A Dolný
Journal of Insect Conservation 19, 961-974, 2015
Natal philopatry in four European species of dragonflies (Odonata: Sympetrinae) and possible implications for conservation management
A Dolný, H Mižičová, F Harabiš
Journal of insect conservation 17, 821-829, 2013
The Dragonflies of the Czech Republic. Ecology, Conservation and Distribution
A Dolný, D Bárta, M Waldhauser, O Holuša, L Hanel
Český svaz ochránců Vlašim, 2007
Necessity for the conservation of drainage systems as last refugia for threatened damselfly species, Coenagrion ornatum
F Harabiš, A Dolný
Insect Conservation and Diversity 8 (2), 143-151, 2015
Role of reclamation in the formation of functional structure of beetle communities: A different approach to restoration
J Hodecek, T Kuras, J Sipos, A Dolny
Ecological Engineering 94, 537-544, 2016
How difficult is it to reintroduce a dragonfly? Fifteen years monitoring Leucorrhinia dubia at the receiving site
A Dolný, H Šigutová, S Ožana, L Choleva
Biological Conservation 218, 110-117, 2018
Odonates need natural disturbances: how human-induced dynamics affect the diversity of dragonfly assemblages
F Harabiš, A Dolný
Freshwater Science 34 (3), 1050-1057, 2015
The effect of ecological determinants on the dispersal abilities of central European dragonflies (Odonata)
F Harabiš, A Dolný
Odonatologica 40 (1), 17, 2011
Missing values and dragonfly operations in fuzzy relational compositions
M Štěpnička, N Cao, L Běhounek, M Burda, A Dolný
International Journal of Approximate Reasoning 113, 149-170, 2019
Assessment of the quality of the terrestrial habitat of the threatened dragonfly, Sympetrum depressiusculum (Odonata: Libellulidae).
European Journal of Entomology 113, 2016
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