Browsing by Author Geerts, Sjirk

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2019The absence of keystone indigenous trees inhibits bird recovery up to a decade after invasive tree removal from riparian habitatsMangachena, Joy Rumbidzai ; Geerts, Sjirk 
2016Can short-billed nectar thieving sunbirds replace long-billed sunbird pollinators in transformed landscapes?Geerts, Sjirk 
2020Describing sexual dimorphism and fine scale spatial distributions in the Drab Thick-tail Scorpion, Parabuthus planicaudaVisser, Jacobus H. ; Geerts, Sjirk 
2016The ecology and foraging behaviour of the harvester termite, Baucaliotermes hainesi in semi-arid grasslands in the northwestern interior of South AfricaGeerts, Sjirk ; van der Linden, J ; van der Linden, E 
2020Identifying safe cultivars of invasive plants: six questions for risk assessment, management, and communicationDatta, Arunava ; Kumschick, Sabrina ; Geerts, Sjirk ; Wilson, John R.U. 
2015The importance of pollinators and autonomous self-fertilisation in the early stages of plant invasions: Banksia and Hakea (Proteaceae) as case studiesMoodley, D ; Geerts, Sjirk ; Richardson, DM ; Wilson, John RU 
2017Invasive alien trees reduce bird species richness and abundance of mutualistic frugivores and nectarivores; a bird’s eye view on a conflict of interest species in riparian habitats.Mangachena, Joy Rumbidzai ; Geerts, Sjirk 
2016Lack of human-assisted dispersal means Pueraria montanavar. lobata (kudzu vine) could still be eradicated from South AfricaGeerts, Sjirk ; Mashele, Bongani V ; Visser, Vernon ; Wilson, John RU 
2014Pink flower preference in sunbirds does not translate into plant fitness differences in a polymorphic Erica speciesHeystek, Anina ; Geerts, Sjirk ; Barnard, Phoebe ; Pauw, Anton