Laura Timms
Laura Timms
Credit Valley Conservation
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Ecological effects of invasive alien insects
M Kenis, MA Auger-Rozenberg, A Roques, L Timms, C Péré, MJW Cock, ...
Ecological Impacts of Non-Native Invertebrates and Fungi on Terrestrial …, 2009
Does species‐level resolution matter? Taxonomic sufficiency in terrestrial arthropod biodiversity studies
LL Timms, JJ Bowden, KS Summerville, CM Buddle
Insect Conservation and Diversity 6 (4), 453-462, 2013
Patterns in the within‐tree distribution of the emerald ash borer Agrilus planipennis (Fairmaire) in young, green‐ash plantations of south‐western Ontario, Canada
LL Timms, SM Smith, P De Groot
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 8 (4), 313-321, 2006
Extending understanding of latitudinal patterns in parasitoid wasp diversity
LL Timms, M Schwarzfeld, IE Sääksjärvi
Insect Conservation and Diversity 9 (1), 74-86, 2016
Assessing five decades of change in a high Arctic parasitoid community
LL Timms, AMR Bennett, CM Buddle, TA Wheeler
Ecography 36 (11), 1227-1235, 2013
Vertical heterogeneity in predation pressure in a temperate forest canopy
K Aikens, LL Timms, CM Buddle
PeerJ 1, e138, 2013
Establishment and dominance of an introduced herbivore has limited impact on native host-parasitoid food webs
LL Timms, SC Walker, SM Smith
Biological Invasions 14, 229-244, 2012
Effects of gypsy moth establishment and dominance in native caterpillar communities of northern oak forests
LL Timms, SM Smith
The Canadian Entomologist 143 (5), 479-503, 2011
What happens after establishment? The indirect impacts of the gypsy moth on native forest caterpillar communities
LL Timms
University of Toronto, 2010
Growing pains: How the birth of the Entomological Society of Canada affected the identity of the Entomological Society of Ontario
L Timms
Journal of the Entomological Society of Ontario 140, 46-53, 2009
Why do we call ourselves entomologists? Persistence and adaption in Canadian entomological societies over 150 years
L Timms
Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Canada 46, 74-85, 2014
Within-tree Distribution of the Emerald Ash Borer (Agrilus Planipennis Fairmaire)(Coleoptera: Bupresitdae) in Young, Green Ash Plantations of Southwestern Ontario
LL Timms
University of Toronto, 2005
Species at risk: a guide for Canadian entomologists
LL Timms, RR Rix
The Canadian Entomologist, 1-12, 2019
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