Thabiso  M Mokotjomela
Thabiso M Mokotjomela
South African National Biodiversity Intitute
Verified email at sanbi.org.za
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Costs of migratory decisions: a comparison across eight white stork populations
A Flack, W Fiedler, J Blas, I Pokrovsky, M Kaatz, M Mitropolsky, ...
Science advances 2 (1), e1500931, 2016
1122016
Frugivorous birds visit fruits of emerging alien shrub species more frequently than those of native shrub species in the South African Mediterranean climate region
TM Mokotjomela, CF Musil, KJ Esler
South African Journal of Botany 86, 73-78, 2013
422013
Do frugivorous birds concentrate their foraging activities on those alien plants with the most abundant and nutritious fruits in the South African Mediterranean-climate region?
TM Mokotjomela, CF Musil, KJ Esler
Plant Ecology 214 (1), 49-59, 2013
312013
Potential seed dispersal distances of native and non-native fleshy fruiting shrubs in the South African Mediterranean climate region
TM Mokotjomela, CF Musil, KJ Esler
Plant Ecology 214 (9), 1127-1137, 2013
232013
Biotic Interactions as Mediators of Biological Invasions: Insights from South Africa
SG Johannes J. Le Roux, Susanna Clusella-Trullas, Thabiso M. Mokotjomela ...
Biological Invasions in South Africa 14, 387-427, 2020
202020
Does the ice rat Otomys sloggetti robertsi contribute to habitat change in Lesotho?
T Mokotjomela, U Schwaibold, N Pillay
Acta Oecologica 35 (3), 437-443, 2009
182009
The potential for birds to disperse the seeds of Acacia cyclops, an invasive alien plant in South Africa
TM Mokotjomela, JH Hoffmann, CT Downs
Ibis 157 (3), 449-458, 2015
152015
Removal of post-dispersed seeds in Acacia cyclops thickets under biological control in South Africa
TM Mokotjomela, JH Hoffmann
South African Journal of Botany 88, 260-264, 2013
152013
Seed dispersal effectiveness: A comparison of four bird species feeding on seeds of invasive Acacia cyclops in South Africa
TM Mokotjomela, CT Downs, K Esler, J Knight
South African Journal of Botany 105, 259-263, 2016
142016
Population surveys of the ice rat Otomys sloggetti robertsi in the Lesotho Drakensberg
T Mokotjomela, U Schwaibold, N Pillay
African Zoology 45 (2), 225-232, 2010
102010
A comparison of bird foraging preferences for fruits of indigenous and alien shrubs and seed dispersal potentials in the Cape Floristic Region
TM Mokotjomela
Stellenbosch: Stellenbosch University, 2012
92012
Is Solanum mauritianum a preferential food resource for native frugivores in the Cape Floristic Region?
TM Mokotjomela, CF Musil, KJ Esler
South African Journal of Botany 2 (75), 436, 2009
92009
Does Habitat Modification and Population Size of Ice Rats (Otomys Sloggetti Robertsi) Contribute to Soil Erosion in Lesotho?.
TM Mokotjomela
University of the Witwatersrand, 2007
62007
Predicting soil organic carbon content using hyperspectral remote sensing in a degraded mountain landscape in lesotho
F Bangelesa, E Adam, J Knight, I Dhau, M Ramudzuli, TM Mokotjomela
Applied and Environmental Soil Science 2020, 2020
42020
An appraisal of seed enumeration and videographic techniques for determining seed removal rates by birds
TM Mokotjomela, CF Musil, KJ Esler
African Journal of Ecology 54 (3), 281-288, 2016
42016
Potential benefits associated with implementation of the national biodiversity economy strategy in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
TM Mokotjomela, N Nombewu
South African Geographical Journal 102 (2), 190-208, 2019
32019
Comparing germination metrics of Opuntia ficus-indica and O. robusta between two sets of bird species (Pied Crows and two smaller species)
TM Mokotjomela, V Thabethe, C Downs
Acta Oecologica 110, 103676, 2021
22021
Patterns of granivory in Acacia cyclops stands under biological control at Langebaanweg, South Africa
TM Mokotjomela
Natureza & Conservação 14 (1), 14-19, 2016
12016
Interspecific competition in germination of bird-dispersed seeds in a habitat with sparse tree vegetation in South Africa
LR Vukeya, TM Mokotjomela, NJ Malebo, S Oke
Botanical Studies 62 (1), 1-18, 2021
2021
Are fleshy fruits of alien shrubs a preferred food resource for avaian frugivores in the Cape Floristic Region?
TM Mokotjomela, CF Musil, KJ Esler
South African Journal of Botany, 2010
2010
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