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8) Of detectability and camouflage: evaluating Pollard Walk rules using a common, cryptic butterfly

F Riva, G Gentile, S Bonelli, JH Acorn, FV Denes, AD Crosby, SE Nielsen (2020)
Ecosphere In press

7) Identification “by eye”: integrative character assessment informs regional field identification of greater fritillary butterflies (Nymphalidae: Speyeria)

F Riva & EO Campbell, F Carroll, JH Acorn (2019)
Journal of Insect Conservation In press

6) Composite effects of cutlines and wildfire result in fire refuges for plants and butterflies in boreal treed peatlands

F Riva, J Pinzon, JH Acorn, SE Nielsen (2019)
Ecosystems In press

5) Distribution of Cranberry Blue Butterflies (Agriades optilete) and Their Responses to Forest Disturbance from In Situ Oil Sands and Wildfires

F Riva, JH Acorn, SE Nielsen (2018)
Diversity 10 (4), 112

4) Effects of Narrow Linear Disturbances on Light and Wind Patterns in Fragmented Boreal Forests in Northeastern Alberta

E Stern, F Riva, SE Nielsen (2018)

Forests 9 (8), 486

3) Narrow anthropogenic corridors direct the movement of a generalist boreal butterfly

F Riva, JH Acorn, SE Nielsen (2018)

Biology letters 14 (2), 20170770

2) Localized disturbances from oil sands developments increase butterfly diversity and abundance in Alberta's boreal forests

F Riva, JH Acorn, SE Nielsen (2018)
Biological Conservation 217, 173-180

1) The acoustic repertoire of lycaenid butterfly larvae

F Riva, F Barbero, S Bonelli, E Balletto, LP Casacci (2017)
Bioacoustics 26 (1), 77-90

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