|Reliable, verifiable and efficient monitoring of biodiversity via metabarcoding|
Y Ji, L Ashton, SM Pedley, DP Edwards, Y Tang, A Nakamura, R Kitching, ...
Ecology letters 16 (10), 1245-1257, 2013
|Forests and their canopies: achievements and horizons in canopy science|
A Nakamura, RL Kitching, M Cao, TJ Creedy, TM Fayle, M Freiberg, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 32 (6), 438-451, 2017
|Midpoint attractors and species richness: modelling the interaction between environmental drivers and geometric constraints|
RK Colwell, NJ Gotelli, LA Ashton, J Beck, G Brehm, TM Fayle, K Fiedler, ...
Ecology letters 19 (9), 1009-1022, 2016
|Ants are the major agents of resource removal from tropical rainforests|
HM Griffiths, LA Ashton, AE Walker, F Hasan, TA Evans, P Eggleton, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (1), 293-300, 2018
|Detecting biodiversity changes along climatic gradients: the IBISCA-Queensland Project|
RL Kitching, D Putland, LA Ashton, MJ Laidlaw, SL Boulter, H Christensen, ...
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 55 (2), 235-250, 2011
|Elevational species richness gradients in a hyperdiverse insect taxon: a global meta‐study on geometrid moths|
J Beck, CM McCain, JC Axmacher, LA Ashton, F Bärtschi, G Brehm, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (4), 412-424, 2017
|Comparison of point counts and automated acoustic monitoring: detecting birds in a rainforest biodiversity survey|
EC Leach, CJ Burwell, LA Ashton, DN Jones, RL Kitching
Emu 116 (3), 305-309, 2016
|Termites mitigate the effects of drought in tropical rainforest|
LA Ashton, HM Griffiths, CL Parr, TA Evans, RK Didham, F Hasan, YA Teh, ...
Science 363 (6423), 174-177, 2019
|Macrolepidopteran assemblages along an altitudinal gradient in subtropical rainforest-exploring indicators of climate change|
LA Ashton, RL Kitching, S Maunsell, D Bito, D Putland
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 55 (2), 375-389, 2011
|Vertical stratification of moths across elevation and latitude|
LA Ashton, A Nakamura, Y Basset, CJ Burwell, M Cao, R Eastwood, ...
Journal of Biogeography 43 (1), 59-69, 2016
|Distance‐driven species turnover in Bornean rainforests: homogeneity and heterogeneity in primary and post‐logging forests|
RL Kitching, LA Ashton, A Nakamura, T Whitaker, CV Khen
Ecography 36 (6), 675-682, 2013
|Altitudinal patterns of moth diversity in tropical and subtropical Australian rainforests|
WJFMANDRLK L. A. ASHTON, E. H. ODELL, C. J. BURWELL, S. C. MAUNSELL, A. NAKAMURA
Austral Ecology 41, 197-208, 2016
|Termites can decompose more than half of deadwood in tropical rainforest|
HM Griffiths, LA Ashton, TA Evans, CL Parr, P Eggleton
Current Biology 29 (4), R118-R119, 2019
|Identifying indicator species of elevation: Comparing the utility of woody plants, ants and moths for long‐term monitoring|
A Nakamura, CJ Burwell, LA Ashton, MJ Laidlaw, M Katabuchi, ...
Austral Ecology 41 (2), 179-188, 2016
|Diversity in tropical ecosystems: the species richness and turnover of moths in Malaysian rainforests|
LA Ashton, HS Barlow, A Nakamura, RL Kitching
Journal of Insect Conservation and Diversity, 2014
|Integrating proximal and horizon threats to biodiversity for conservation|
TC Bonebrake, F Guo, C Dingle, DM Baker, RL Kitching, LA Ashton
Trends in ecology & evolution 34 (9), 781-788, 2019
|Predictor sets and biodiversity assessment: the evolution and application of an idea.|
RL Kitching, LA Ashton
Pacific Conservation Biology 19, 418-426, 2013
|Suspended dead wood decomposes slowly in the tropics, with microbial decay greater than termite decay|
S Law, P Eggleton, H Griffiths, L Ashton, C Parr
Ecosystems 22 (6), 1176-1188, 2019
|Elevational sensitivity in an Asian ‘hotspot’: moth diversity across elevational gradients in tropical, sub-tropical and sub-alpine China|
LA Ashton, A Nakamura, CJ Burwell, Y Tang, M Cao, T Whitaker, Z Sun, ...
Scientific Reports 6 (26513), 2016
|Colors of night: climate–morphology relationships of geometrid moths along spatial gradients in southwestern China|
S Xing, TC Bonebrake, LA Ashton, RL Kitching, M Cao, Z Sun, JC Ho, ...
Oecologia 188 (2), 537-546, 2018