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Proceedings

Birds in the entangled bank: advances in foodwebs theory and practice

Sunbird for Foodwebs conf
The proceedings of the BOU’s 2014 autumn one-day conference supported by the British Trust for Ornithology, University of Coimbra (Portugal) and University of Hull

Image: Malachite Sunbird Nectarinia famosa nectaring on Leonotis flower © Steve Garvie

Birds and plants mutualisms: the coevolution of ecological services
Pedro Jordano
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From small-scale to large-scale patterns in insects: making the food web links with birds
James Bell
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Molecular genetics approaches elucidate the diets of insectivorous animals
Gareth Jones
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Unravelling the role of Galapagos birds as widespread pollinators
Anna Traveset, Jens M. Olesen, Manuel Nogales, Pablo Vargas, Patricia Jaramillo, Elena Antolín , Mar Trigo & Ruben Heleno
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Molecular approaches for understanding species interactions
Bill Symondson, Silke Wapp, David S. Brown, R. Andrew King, Georgina L. Harper & Jennifer E. Stockdale
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The feeding ecology of the Great Cormorant: a showcase for molecular analysis of piscivory
Bettina Thalinger
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Stable isotopes and food webs: advantages and limitations
Jason Newton
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Patterns and processes in plant-hummingbird networks in the neotropics
Matthias Schleuning, María Alejandra Maglianesti, Nico Blüthgen & Katrin Böhning-Gaese
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Birds in Ecological Networks: an Entomologists perspective
Jane Memmott
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Understanding species interactions help identify impacts and conservation responses to climate change
James Pearce-Higgins
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Birds in species-interaction networks: where do we stand and where can we go from here?
Ruben Heleno
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POSTERS

Endozoochory largely outweighs epizoochory in migrating passerines
José Miguel Costa
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Bird pollination in Europe: irrelevant or underappreciated?
Luís P. da Silva, Jaime A. Ramos, Jens M. Olesen, Anna Traveset & Ruben H. Heleno
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Simulating the effects of climate-warming on farm ecosystem services: new technologies for agri-sciences
Stephane A.P. Derocles, David H. Lunt, Jonathan Atkins, Guy Hembury & Darren M. Evans
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The NERC Biomolecular Analysis Facility at Sheffield
Helen Hipperson
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Using molecular tools to examine the effects of invasive species on native food webs.
James Kitson
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How does light pollution affect nocturnal pollination interactions? An ecological network approach
Callum J Macgregor, Michael J. O. Pocock, Richard Fox & Darren M. Evans
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The Impacts of Habitat Modification on Avian Food-Web Structure and Resilience
Lisa Malm, Nick Littlewood, Ali Karley, James Pearce-Higgins & Darren M. Evans
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Morphological and spatio-temporal mismatches shape a neotropical savanna plant-hummingbird network
Pietro K. Maruyama, Jeferson Vizentin-Bugoni, Genilda M. Oliveira, Paulo E. Oliveira & Bo Dalsgaard
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The impacts of simulated climate warming on plant-pollinator interactions and ecosystem services in UK agro-ecosystems
Ellen D. Moss, Jonathan Atkins & Darren M. Evans
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Mutualistic plant-frugivore networks and their impacts on seedling establishment in tropical montane forest
Marcia C. Muñoz, H. Martin Schaeffer, Katrin Böhning-Gaese & Matthias Schleuning
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The spatial side of birds’ feeding ecology: determining where cormorants take their prey by provenancing fish otoliths
Johannes Oehm, Andreas Zitek, Johanna Irrgeher, Anastassiya Tchaikovsky, Bettina Thalinger, Thomas Prohaska & Michael Traugott
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AMF – Pollinator Networks: Can differing arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal communities influence the structure of pollinator communities, and does this vary according to plant traits?
Peter Orrell
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High ecological specialization in hotspots of range-restricted species for hummingbird communities across the Americas
Jesper Sonne
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Effects of sampling effort on the description of patterns in a plant hummingbird network
Jeferson Vizentin-Bugoni, Pietro K. Maruyama, Vanderlei J. Debastiani, Leandro D. S. Duarte, Bo Dalsgaard & Marlies Sazima
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Acknowledgements

Birds in the entangled bank: advances in foodwebs theory and practice, a conference organised and run by Darren Evens (University of Hull), Ruben Heleno (University of Coimbra, Portugasl), Rob Robinson (BTO), Steve Dudley (BOU) and Angela Langford (BOU) on behalf of the British Ornithologists’ Union.

The BOU is grateful to the individual speakers and their respective organisations for presenting their work at the conference.

The BOU is grateful to Patrick Smith for copy-editng all contributions.

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