Prof. Dr. Thomas Fartmann
Prof. Dr. Thomas Fartmann
Osnabrück University, Department of Biodiversity and Landscape Ecology
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Scientists' warning to humanity on insect extinctions
P Cardoso, PS Barton, K Birkhofer, F Chichorro, C Deacon, T Fartmann, ...
Biological conservation 242, 108426, 2020
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
International scientists formulate a roadmap for insect conservation and recovery
JA Harvey, R Heinen, I Armbrecht, Y Basset, JH Baxter-Gilbert, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (2), 174-176, 2020
Combining larval habitat quality and metapopulation structure – the key for successful management of pre-alpine Euphydryas aurinia colonies
N Anthes, T Fartmann, G Hermann, G Kaule
Journal of Insect Conservation 7, 175-185, 2003
Orthoptera as ecological indicators for succession in steppe grassland
T Fartmann, B Krämer, F Stelzner, D Poniatowski
Ecological Indicators 20, 337-344, 2012
European red list of grasshoppers, crickets and bush-crickets
A Hochkirch, A Nieto, M García Criado, M Cálix, Y Braud, FM Buzzetti, ...
Publications Office of the European Union, 2016
Effects of landscape and habitat quality on butterfly communities in pre-alpine calcareous grasslands
B Krämer, D Poniatowski, T Fartmann
Biological Conservation 152, 253-261, 2012
Effects of coppicing on butterfly communities of woodlands
T Fartmann, C Müller, D Poniatowski
Biological Conservation 159, 396-404, 2013
Berichtspflichten in Natura-2000-Gebieten: Empfehlungen zur Erfassung der Arten des Anhangs II und Charakterisierung der Lebensraumtypen des Anhangs I der FFH-Richtlinie
T Fartmann
BfN-Schr.-Vertrieb im Landwirtschaftsverl., 2001
Butterfly oviposition: sites, behaviour and modes
E García-Barros, T Fartmann
Ecology of butterflies in Europe. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 29-42, 2009
Patch occupancy of grassland specialists: Habitat quality matters more than habitat connectivity
D Poniatowski, G Stuhldreher, F Löffler, T Fartmann
Biological Conservation 225, 237-244, 2018
Management of calcareous grasslands for Nickerl’s fritillary (Melitaea aurelia) has to consider habitat requirements of the immature stages, isolation, and patch area
S Eichel, T Fartmann
Journal of Insect Conservation 12, 677-688, 2008
Die Schmetterlingsgemeinschaften der Halbtrockenrasen-Komplexe des Diemeltales; Biozönologie von Tagfaltern und Widderchen in einer alten Hudelandschaft
T Fartmann
Westfälisches Museum für Naturkunde, 2004
Patterns in the diversity of dragonflies (Odonata) in cities across Central Europe
C Willigalla, T Fartmann
European Journal of Entomology 109 (2), 235, 2012
The classification of insect communities: lessons from orthopteran assemblages of semi-dry calcareous grasslands in central Germany
D Poniatowski, T Fartmann
European Journal of Entomology 105 (4), 659, 2008
Oviposition preferences, adjacency of old woodland and isolation explain the distribution of the Duke of Burgundy butterfly (Hamearis lucina) in calcareous grasslands in …
T Fartmann
Annales Zoologici Fennici, 335-347, 2006
Stormwater ponds promote dragonfly (Odonata) species richness and density in urban areas
L Holtmann, M Juchem, J Brüggeshemke, A Möhlmeyer, T Fartmann
Ecological Engineering 118, 1-11, 2018
Larvalökologie von Tagfaltern und Widderchen in Mitteleuropa–von den Anfängen bis heute
T Fartmann, G Hermann
Larvalökologie von Tagfaltern und Widderchen in Mitteleuropa. Abhandlungen …, 2006
Nitrogen enrichment in host plants increases the mortality of common Lepidoptera species
S Kurze, T Heinken, T Fartmann
Oecologia 188 (4), 1227-1237, 2018
Orthoptera community shifts in response to land-use and climate change–Lessons from a long-term study across different grassland habitats
F Löffler, D Poniatowski, T Fartmann
Biological Conservation 236, 315-323, 2019
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