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Zhengyang Wang
Zhengyang Wang
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Measuring protected-area effectiveness using vertebrate distributions from leech iDNA
Y Ji, CCM Baker, VD Popescu, J Wang, C Wu, Z Wang, Y Li, L Wang, ...
Nature Communications 13 (1), 1555, 2022
36*2022
Radio telemetry helps record the dispersal patterns of birdwing butterflies in mountainous habitats: Golden Birdwing (Troides aeacus) as an example
Z Wang, Y Huang, NE Pierce
Journal of Insect Conservation 23, 729-738, 2019
212019
Out of sight, out of mind: public and research interest in insects is negatively correlated with their conservation status
Z Wang, J Zeng, W Meng, DJ Lohman, NE Pierce
Insect Conservation and Diversity, 2021
182021
The entomophagous caterpillar fungus Ophiocordyceps sinensis is consumed by its lepidopteran host as a plant endophyte
Z Wang, M Li, W Ju, W Ye, L Xue, DE Boufford, X Gao, B Yue, Y Liu, ...
Fungal Ecology 47, 100989, 2020
182020
Thitarodes shambalaensis sp. nov.(Lepidoptera, Hepialidae): a new host of the caterpillar fungus Ophiocordyceps sinensis supported by genome-wide SNP data
Z Wang, H Zhuang, M Wang, NE Pierce
ZooKeys 885, 89, 2019
112019
Habitat monitoring of an endangered Asian butterfly, Teinopalpus aureus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) and change in local residents’ conservation awareness
Z Wang, Y Huang, X Luo, K Qin, R Merz, S Zhou
Journal of Insect Conservation 22 (5-6), 721-729, 2018
92018
Fine‐scale genome‐wide signature of Pleistocene glaciation in Thitarodes moths (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae), host of Ophiocordyceps fungus in the Hengduan Mountains
Z Wang, NE Pierce
Molecular Ecology 32 (11), 2023
82023
Profiling, monitoring and conserving caterpillar fungus in the Himalayan region using anchored hybrid enrichment markers
Z Wang, W Da, CS Negi, PL Ghimire, K Wangdi, PK Yadav, Z Pubu, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1973), 20212650, 2022
52022
Agent‐based models reveal limits of mark–release–recapture estimates for the rare butterfly, Bhutanitis thaidina (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae)
Z Wang, Y Li, A Jain, NE Pierce
Insect Science, 2021
52021
Phylogenetic diversity only weakly mitigates climate‐change‐driven biodiversity loss in insect communities
Z Li, B Linard, AP Vogler, DW Yu, Z Wang
Molecular Ecology 32 (23), 2023
32023
Habitat, life history and oviposition choice of the endangered Bhutan Glory swallowtail Bhutanitis lidderdalii (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) in Yunnan, China
Z Zhang, Z Jiang, Z Wang
Journal of Insect Conservation 23 (5), 921-931, 2019
32019
Roof of the world: Home and border in the genomic era
W Da, SK Rana, K Bawa, K Kunte, Z Wang
Molecular Ecology Resources, 2023
22023
Report on the emergence time of a species of Thitarodes ghost moth (Lepidoptera: Hepialidae), host of the caterpillar fungus Ophiocordyceps sinensis (Ascomycota …
Z Wang, D Yang, R Janak, NE Pierce
Journal of Economic Entomology 113 (4), 2031-2034, 2020
22020
One in five butterfly species sold online across borders
Z Wang, WP Chan, NT Pham, J Zeng, NE Pierce, DJ Lohman, W Meng
Biological Conservation 283, 110092, 2023
12023
Monitoring the online ant trade reveals high biological invasion risk
Z Wang, J Zeng, H Ran, W Meng, S Zhou, AB Davies, C Liu
Biological Conservation 282, 110038, 2023
12023
蚯蚓种群爆发及土壤压实对蚯蚓行为的影响
王正阳 Z Wang, 张秀美, 张成林, 张东辉, 张玉峰, 孙振钧
资源开发与市场 34 (9), 1271-1275, 2018
1*2018
Automated detection of an insect‐induced keystone vegetation phenotype using airborne LiDAR
Z Wang, R Huben, PB Boucher, C Van Amburg, J Zeng, N Chung, J Wang, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2024
2024
Monnina (Polygalaceae), a New World monophyletic genus full of contrasts
A Freire-Fierro, F Forest, DS Devey, JFB Pastore, JW Horn, XJ Ge, ...
Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 203 (3), 227-252, 2023
2023
A new record of Euripus nyctelius (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) in Tibet and historical records of Nymphalis antiopa (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) in Tibet and Sichuan
许永强, 王正阳 Z Wang, 卜海涛, 达娃
环境昆虫学报, 679-682, 2019
2019
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