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Thomas Merckx
Thomas Merckx
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
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Optimizing the biodiversity gain from agri-environment schemes
T Merckx, RE Feber, P Riordan, MC Townsend, NAD Bourn, MS Parsons, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 130 (3-4), 177-182, 2009
1822009
Body-size shifts in aquatic and terrestrial urban communities
T Merckx, C Souffreau, A Kaiser, LF Baardsen, T Backeljau, D Bonte, ...
Nature 558 (7708), 113-116, 2018
1752018
The dragonfly delusion: why it is essential to sample exuviae to avoid biased surveys
EM Raebel, T Merckx, P Riordan, DW Macdonald, DJ Thompson
Journal of insect Conservation 14 (5), 523-533, 2010
1522010
Life‐history traits and landscape characteristics predict macro‐moth responses to forest fragmentation
EM Slade, T Merckx, T Riutta, DP Bebber, D Redhead, P Riordan, ...
Ecology 94 (7), 1519-1530, 2013
1462013
Reshaping agri-environmental subsidies: From marginal farming to large-scale rewilding
T Merckx, HM Pereira
Basic and Applied Ecology 16 (2), 95-103, 2015
1332015
Macro‐moth families differ in their attraction to light: implications for light‐trap monitoring programmes
T Merckx, EM Slade
Insect Conservation and Diversity 7 (5), 453-461, 2014
1332014
Effect of field margins on moths depends on species mobility: field-based evidence for landscape-scale conservation
T Merckx, RE Feber, RL Dulieu, MC Townsend, MS Parsons, NAD Bourn, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 129 (1-3), 302-309, 2009
1282009
The evolution of movements and behaviour at boundaries in different landscapes: a common arena experiment with butterflies
T Merckx, HV Dyck, B Karlsson, O Leimar
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2003
1242003
Urbanization drives cross‐taxon declines in abundance and diversity at multiple spatial scales
E Piano, C Souffreau, T Merckx, LF Baardsen, T Backeljau, D Bonte, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (3), 1196-1211, 2020
1092020
Hedgerow trees and extended‐width field margins enhance macro‐moth diversity: implications for management
T Merckx, L Marini, RE Feber, DW Macdonald
Journal of applied ecology 49 (6), 1396-1404, 2012
1062012
Urbanization drives community shifts towards thermophilic and dispersive species at local and landscape scales
E Piano, K De Wolf, F Bona, D Bonte, DE Bowler, M Isaia, L Lens, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (7), 2554-2564, 2017
1052017
Landscape structure and phenotypic plasticity in flight morphology in the butterfly Pararge aegeria
T Merckx, H Van Dyck
Oikos 113 (2), 226-232, 2006
962006
Shelter benefits less mobile moth species: the field-scale effect of hedgerow trees
T Merckx, RE Feber, C Mclaughlan, NAD Bourn, MS Parsons, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 138 (3-4), 147-151, 2010
922010
The Urban Heat Island and its spatial scale dependent impact on survival and development in butterflies of different thermal sensitivity
A Kaiser, T Merckx, H Van Dyck
Ecology and Evolution 6 (12), 4129-4140, 2016
772016
Elevational species richness gradients in a hyperdiverse insect taxon: a global meta‐study on geometrid moths
J Beck, CM McCain, JC Axmacher, LA Ashton, F Bärtschi, G Brehm, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 26 (4), 412-424, 2017
712017
Habitat fragmentation affects habitat-finding ability of the speckled wood butterfly, Pararge aegeria L.
T Merckx, H Van Dyck
Animal Behaviour 74 (4), 1029-1037, 2007
692007
Multi-scale effects of farmland management on dragonfly and damselfly assemblages of farmland ponds
EM Raebel, T Merckx, RE Feber, P Riordan, DJ Thompson, ...
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 161, 80-87, 2012
652012
Conserving threatened Lepidoptera: towards an effective woodland management policy in landscapes under intense human land-use
T Merckx, RE Feber, DJ Hoare, MS Parsons, CJ Kelly, NAD Bourn, ...
Biological Conservation 149 (1), 32-39, 2012
652012
Identifying high‐quality pond habitats for Odonata in lowland England: implications for agri‐environment schemes
EM Raebel, T Merckx, RE Feber, P Riordan, DW MacDonald, ...
Insect Conservation and Diversity 5 (6), 422-432, 2012
622012
Urbanization‐driven homogenization is more pronounced and happens at wider spatial scales in nocturnal and mobile flying insects
T Merckx, H Van Dyck
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (10), 1440-1455, 2019
532019
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