RC Swart
RC Swart
Nelson Mandela University, George Campus
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Optimising the sampling of foliage arthropods from scrubland vegetation for biodiversity studies
RC Swart, JS Pryke, F Roets
African Entomology 25 (1), 164-174, 2017
Arthropod assemblages deep in natural forests show different responses to surrounding land use
RC Swart, JS Pryke, F Roets
Biodiversity and conservation 27, 583-606, 2018
The intermediate disturbance hypothesis explains arthropod beta-diversity responses to roads that cut through natural forests
RC Swart, JS Pryke, F Roets
Biological Conservation 236, 243-251, 2019
Tree canopy arthropods have idiosyncratic responses to plant ecophysiological traits in a warm temperate forest complex
RC Swart, MJ Samways, F Roets
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 19905, 2020
Response of arthropod communities to plant-community rehabilitation efforts after strip mining on the semi-arid west coast of South Africa
A Steed, R Swart, MJ Pauw, F Roets
African Journal of Range & Forage Science 35 (3-4), 375-385, 2018
Latitude, paleo-history and forest size matter for Afromontane canopy beetle diversity in a world context
RC Swart, MJ Samways, F Roets
Biodiversity and Conservation, 1-14, 2021
Individual tree context and contrast dictate tree physiological features and arthropod biodiversity patterns across multiple trophic levels
RC Swart, MJ Samways, JS Pryke, F Roets
Ecological Entomology 45 (2), 333-344, 2020
Weak latitudinal trends in reproductive traits of Afromontane forest trees
RC Swart, S Geerts, CJ Geldenhuys, J Pauw, A Coetzee
Annals of Botany 133 (5-6), 711-724, 2024
Interspecific green leaf-litter selection by ground detritivore arthropods indicates generalist over specialist detritivore communities
RC Swart, MJ Samways, F Roets
Applied Soil Ecology 174, 104439, 2022
Overhead tree canopy species has limited effect on leaf litter decomposition and decomposer communities in a floristically diverse, southern temperate rainforest
RC Swart, MJ Samways, JS Pryke, F Roets
Applied Soil Ecology 156, 103700, 2020
Interactions between indigenous southern Afrotemperate forest trees and arthropod diversity
RC Swart
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2020
The effect of commercial forestry plantations and roads on southern Afrotemperate forest arthropod diversity
RC Swart
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2016
Generalist southern African temperate forest canopy tree species have distinct pollinator communities partially predicted by floral traits
RC Swart, S Geerts, JS Pryke, A Coetzee
Austral Ecology 49 (5), e13523, 2024
Insect Conservation in Boreal and Temperate Forests
RC Swart, TR New, DJ Kotze, MJ Samways
Routledge Handbook of Insect Conservation, 222-235, 0
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