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Relevant recent publications:
Campbell, H., Fellowes, M.D.E. & Cook, J.M. 2015 The curious case of the camelthorn: ant species coexistence and nest-site limitation on an African myrmecophyte. American Naturalist 186, 172-181.
Smith, L.S., Broyles, M.E.J., Larzleer, H.K. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2014 Adding ecological value to the urban lawnscape: insect abundance and diversity in grass-free lawns. Biodiversity and Conservation, in press.
Orros, M.E., Thomas, R.L., Holloway, G.J. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2014 Supplementary feeding of wild birds indirectly affects ground beetle populations in suburban gardens. Urban Ecosystems in press.
Campbell, H., Townsend, I., Fellowes, M.D.E. & Cook, J.M. 2013 Thorn-dwelling ants provide antiherbivore defence for camelthorn trees, Vachellia erioloba, in Namibia. African Journal of Ecology 51, 590-598.
Campbell, H., Fellowes, M.D.E. & Cook, J.M. 2013 Arboreal thorn-dwelling ants coexisting on the savannah ant-plant, Vachellia erioloba, use domatia morphology to select nest sites. Insectes Socieaux 60, 373-382.
Orros, M.E. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2012 Supplementary feeding of wild birds indirectly affects the local abundance of arthropod prey. Basic and Applied Ecology 13, 286-293.
Hazell, S.P. and Fellowes, M.D.E. 2009 Intra-specific variation affects the structure of the natural enemy assemblage attacking pea aphid colonies. Ecological Entomology 34, 34-42.
Hazell, S.P., Vel, T. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2008 The role of exotic plants in the invasion of Seychelles by the polyphagous insect Aleurodicus disperses: a phylogenetically controlled analysis. Biological Invasions 10, 169-175.
Libbrecht, R, Gwynn, D.M. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2007 Aphidius ervi preferentially attacks the green morph of the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum. Journal of Insect Behavior 20, 25-32.
Hazell, S.P., McClintock, I.A.D. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2006 Intraspecific heritable variation in life-history traits can alter the outcome of interspecific competition among insect herbivores. Basic and Applied Ecology 7, 215-223.
Gwynn, D.M., Callaghan, A., Gorham, J., Walters, K.F.A. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2005 Resistance is costly: trade-offs between immunity, fecundity and survival in the pea aphid. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 272, 1803-1808.
Hazell, S.P., Wenlock, C., Bachel, S. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2005 The costs and consequences of parasitoid attack for the predatory hoverfly, Episyrphus balteatus. Evolutionary Ecology Research 7, 669-679.
Hazell, S.P., Gwynn, D.M., Ceccarelli, S. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2005 Competition and dispersal in the pea aphid: clonal variation and correlations across traits. Ecological Entomology 30, 293-298.
Müller, C.B., Fellowes, M.D.E. & Godfray, H.C.J. 2005 Relative importance of fertilizer addition and exclusion of predators for aphid growth in the field. Oecologia 139, 419-427.