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Out on a limb: arboreal camera traps as an emerging methodology for inventorying elusive rainforest mammals
A Whitworth, LD Braunholtz, R Pillco Huarcaya, R MacLeod, C Beirne
Tropical Conservation Science 9 (2), 675-698, 2016
592016
Human disturbance impacts on rainforest mammals are most notable in the canopy, especially for larger‐bodied species
A Whitworth, C Beirne, R Pillco Huarcaya, SJ Serrano Rojas, M Tobler, ...
Diversity & Distributions, 1-13, 2019
522019
Past Human Disturbance Effects upon Biodiversity are Greatest in the Canopy; A Case Study on Rainforest Butterflies
A Whitworth, J Villacampa, A Brown, R Pillco Huarcaya, R Downie, ...
PLOS ONE 11 (3), 2016
482016
An investigation into the determining factors of zoo visitor attendances in UK zoos
AW Whitworth
PloS one 7 (1), e29839, 2012
442012
The potential and practice of arboreal camera trapping
JF Moore, K Soanes, D Balbuena, C Beirne, M Bowler, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2021
342021
How much potential biodiversity and conservation value can a regenerating rainforest provide? A ‘best-case scenario’approach from the Peruvian Amazon.
A Whitworth, R Downie, R von May, J Villacampa, R MacLeod
Tropical Conservation Science 9 (1), 224-245, 2016
332016
Riparian buffer length is more influential than width on river water quality: a case study in southern Costa Rica
H Brumberg, C Beirne, EN Broadbent, AM Almeyda Zambrano, ...
Journal of Environmental Management, 2021
302021
Reptiles of the Yachana Reserve
A Whitworth, C Beirne
Global Vision International, 130 pp, 2011
292011
Methods matter: Different biodiversity survey methodologies identify contrasting biodiversity patterns in a human modified rainforest — A case study with amphibians
A Whitworth, J Villacampa, SJ Serrano Rojas, R Downie, R MacLeod
Ecological Indicators 72, 821-832, 2017
222017
Herpetofaunal responses to anthropogenic habitat change within a small forest reserve in Eastern Ecuador
C Beirne, O Burdekin, A Whitworth
The Herpetological Journal 23 (4), 209-209, 2013
202013
Altitudinal differences in alpha, beta and functional diversity of an amphibian community in a biodiversity hotspot
J Villacampa, A Whitworth, L Allen, JE Malo
Neotropical Biodiversity 5 (1), 60-68, 2019
192019
Amphibians of the Manu Learning Centre and other areas of the Manu region
J Villacampa, J Serrano-Rojas, A Whitworth
https://www.researchgate.net/publication†…, 2017
192017
Phylogenetic relationships and systematics of the Amazonian poison frog genus Ameerega using ultraconserved genomic elements
WX Guillory, CM French, EM Twomey, G ChŠvez, I Prates, R von May, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 142, 106638, 2020
182020
Recovering secondary forest is utilized by Great Curassow (Crax rubra) and Great Tinamou (Tinamus major) in the absence of hunting
A Whitworth, C Beirne, E Flatt, R Pillco Huarcaya, JC Cruz Diaz, A Forsyth, ...
The Condor 120 (4), 852-862, 2018
18*2018
Food for thought. Rainforest carrion-feeding butterflies are more sensitive indicators of disturbance history than fruit feeders
A Whitworth, R Pillco Huarcaya, H Gonzalez Mercado, L Braunholtz, ...
Biological Conservation 217, 383-390, 2018
182018
The response of faunal biodiversity to an unmarked road in the Western Amazon
A Whitworth, C Beirne, J Rowe, F Ross, C Acton, O Burdekin, P Brown
Biodiversity and Conservation 24 (7), 1657-1670, 2015
172015
Camera trapping reveals a diverse and unique high-elevation mammal community under threat
RP Huarcaya, C Beirne, SJS Rojas, A Whitworth
Oryx, 1-8, 2019
142019
Long lasting impressions: After decades of regeneration rainforest biodiversity remains differentially affected following selective logging and clearance for agriculture
A Whitworth, R Pillco-Huarcaya, R Downie, J Villacampa, LD Braunholtz, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 13, e00375, 2018
132018
Terrestrial camera traps: essential tool for the detection and future monitoring of the Critically Endangered Sira curassow Pauxi koepckeae
C Beirne, R Pillco-Huarcaya, SJ Serrano-Rojas, A Whitworth
Endangered Species Research 32, 145-152, 2017
122017
A new species of poison-dart frog (Anura: Dendrobatidae) from Manu province, Amazon region of southeastern Peru, with notes on its natural history, bioacoustics, phylogenetics†…
SJ Serrano-Rojas, A Whitworth, J Villacampa, R von May, RC Gutierrez, ...
Zootaxa 4221 (1), 071-094, 2017
122017
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