Rene Gaigher
Rene Gaigher
Researcher, Department Conservation Ecology and Entomology, Stellenbosch University
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The database of the PREDICTS (projecting responses of ecological diversity in changing terrestrial systems) project
LN Hudson, T Newbold, S Contu, SLL Hill, I Lysenko, A De Palma, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (1), 145-188, 2017
Scientists' warning to humanity on insect extinctions
P Cardoso, PS Barton, K Birkhofer, F Chichorro, C Deacon, T Fartmann, ...
Biological Conservation 242, 108426, 2020
Surface-active arthropods in organic vineyards, integrated vineyards and natural habitat in the Cape Floristic Region
R Gaigher, MJ Samways
Journal of Insect Conservation 14 (6), 595-605, 2010
Solutions for humanity on how to conserve insects
MJ Samways, PS Barton, K Birkhofer, F Chichorro, C Deacon, T Fartmann, ...
Biological Conservation 242, 108427, 2020
Impact of a mutualism between an invasive ant and honeydew-producing insects on a functionally important tree on a tropical island
R Gaigher, MJ Samways, J Henwood, K Jolliffe
Biological Invasions 13 (8), 1717-1721, 2011
High parasitoid diversity in remnant natural vegetation, but limited spillover into the agricultural matrix in South African vineyard agroecosystems
R Gaigher, JS Pryke, MJ Samways
Biological Conservation 186, 69-74, 2015
Landscape mosaic attributes for maintaining ground‐living spider diversity in a biodiversity hotspot
R Gaigher, MJ Samways
Insect Conservation and Diversity 7 (5), 470-479, 2014
Precision control of an invasive ant on an ecologically sensitive tropical island: a principle with wide applicability
R Gaigher, MJ Samways, KG Jolliffe, S Jolliffe
Ecological Applications 22 (5), 1405-1412, 2012
Applying the umbrella index across aquatic insect taxon sets for freshwater assessment
GJ Kietzka, JS Pryke, R Gaigher, MJ Samways
Ecological Indicators 107, 105655, 2019
Saving a tropical ecosystem from a destructive ant-scale (Pheidole megacephala, Pulvinaria urbicola) mutualism with support from a diverse natural enemy assemblage
R Gaigher, MJ Samways, S Van Noort
Biological invasions 15 (9), 2115-2125, 2013
Old fields increase habitat heterogeneity for arthropod natural enemies in an agricultural mosaic
R Gaigher, JS Pryke, MJ Samways
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 230, 242-250, 2016
Only multi-taxon studies show the full range of arthropod responses to fire
I Yekwayo, JS Pryke, R Gaigher, MJ Samways
PloS one 13 (4), e0195414, 2018
Strategic management of an invasive ant‐scale mutualism enables recovery of a threatened tropical tree species
R Gaigher, MJ Samways
Biotropica 45 (1), 128-134, 2013
The effect of different vineyard management systems on the epigaeic arthropod assemblages in the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa
R Gaigher
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2008
Divergent fire management leads to multiple beneficial outcomes for butterfly conservation in a production mosaic
R Gaigher, JS Pryke, MJ Samways
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (6), 1322-1332, 2019
Native cover crops enhance arthropod diversity in vineyards of the Cape Floristic Region
M Eckert, LL Mathulwe, R Gaigher, L Joubert-van der Merwe, JS Pryke
Journal of Insect Conservation 24 (1), 133-149, 2020
Congruence between arthropod and plant diversity in a biodiversity hotspot largely driven by underlying abiotic factors
J van Schalkwyk, JS Pryke, MJ Samways, R Gaigher
Ecological Applications 29 (4), e01883, 2019
Rapid recovery of soil arthropod assemblages after exotic plantation tree removal from hydromorphic soils in a grassland‐timber production mosaic
M Eckert, R Gaigher, JS Pryke, MJ Samways
Restoration Ecology 27 (6), 1357-1368, 2019
Complementary and protection value of a Biosphere Reserve buffer zone for increasing local representativeness of ground-living arthropods
J Van Schalkwyk, JS Pryke, MJ Samways, R Gaigher
Biological Conservation 239, 108292, 2019
High quality remnant patches in a complex agricultural landscape sustain high spider diversity
KJ Theron, R Gaigher, JS Pryke, MJ Samways
Biological Conservation 243, 108480, 2020
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