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Lizard Orchid Papers

  1. CAREY, P.D. & BROWN, N.J. (1994). The use of GIS to identify sites that will become suitable for a rare orchid, Himantoglossum hircinum L. in a future changed climate. Biodiversity Letters, 2(117-123).
  2. CAREY, P.D. (1996). DISPERSE: A cellular automaton for predicting the distribution of species in a changed climate. Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 5, 217-226.
  3. CAREY,P.D. (1997). Modelling the spread of Himantoglossum hircinum (Lizard Orchid) at a site in southern England. Species Dispersal and Land Use Processes: Proceedings of the sixth annual conference of IALE(UK), the UK region of the International Association for Landscape Ecology( Eds.Alan Cooper and James Power), University of Ulster 9-11 September 1997.pp 211-218.
  4. CAREY, P.D. (1998). Modelling the spread of Himantoglossum hircinum (L.) Sprengel at a population in the south of England. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 126, 159-172.
  5. CAREY, P.D. (1999).  Changes in the distribution and abundance of  Himantoglossum hircinum (L.) Sprengel (Orchidaceae) over the last 100 years. Watsonia  22, 353-364.
  6. CAREY, P.D. (2000). Is isolation a problem for English Lizard Orchids? Quantitative Approaches to Landscape Ecology: Proceedings of the 2000 annual IALE (UK) conference, held at University of Wales, Bangor (Eds. T.Clare & D.Howard) pp 177-183.
  7. CAREY, P.D. & FARRELL, L. (2002). Biological Flora of the British Isles: Himantoglossum hircinum (L.) Sprengel. Journal of Ecology 90, 206-218.
  8. CAREY, P.D.,FARRELL, L. & STEWART, N.F. (2002). The sudden increase in the abundance of Himantoglossum hircinum in England in the past decade and what has caused it. In Underlying mechanismsof trends and fluctuationsin terrestrial orchid populations (eds. P. Kindlman, J. Willems and D. Whigham), pp187-208, Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  9. Pfeifer, M., Schatz, B., Xavier, F., Fay, F., Carey, P.D., Jeltsch, F. (2009). Phylogeography and genetic structure of the orchid Himantoglossum hircinum (L.) Spreng. Across its European central-marginal gradient. Journal of Biogeography 36, 2353-2365.
  10. Pfeifer, M., Passalacqua, N.G., Bartram, S., Schatz, B., Croce, A., Carey, P.D., Kraudelt, H., Jeltsch, F. (2010) Conservation priorities  differ at opposing species borders of a European orchid. Biological Conservation 143, 2207-2220.
  11. Miller, D., Morgan, B.J.T., Ridout, M.S., Carey,P.D., Rothery, P. (2011). Methods for exact perturbation analysis. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.


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