Don R Reynolds
Don R Reynolds
Research Fellow, Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich
Verified email at greenwich.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
A landscape‐scale study of bumble bee foraging range and constancy, using harmonic radar
JL Osborne, SJ Clark, RJ Morris, IH Williams, JR Riley, AD Smith, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 36 (4), 519-533, 1999
4801999
The flight paths of honeybees recruited by the waggle dance
JR Riley, U Greggers, AD Smith, DR Reynolds, R Menzel
Nature 435 (7039), 205-207, 2005
3742005
Ontogeny of orientation flight in the honeybee revealed by harmonic radar
EA Capaldi, AD Smith, JL Osborne, SE Fahrbach, SM Farris, ...
Nature 403 (6769), 537-540, 2000
3032000
Tracking bees with harmonic radar
JR Riley, AD Smith, DR Reynolds, AS Edwards, JL Osborne, IH Williams, ...
Nature 379 (6560), 29-30, 1996
2491996
Displaced honey bees perform optimal scale‐free search flights
AM Reynolds, AD Smith, R Menzel, U Greggers, DR Reynolds, JR Riley
Ecology 88 (8), 1955-1961, 2007
2422007
Recent insights from radar studies of insect flight
JW Chapman, VA Drake, DR Reynolds
Annual review of entomology 56, 337-356, 2011
2132011
Flight orientation behaviors promote optimal migration trajectories in high-flying insects
JW Chapman, RL Nesbit, LE Burgin, DR Reynolds, AD Smith, ...
Science 327 (5966), 682-685, 2010
2012010
High‐altitude migration of the diamondback moth Plutella xylostella to the U.K.: a study using radar, aerial netting, and ground trapping
JW Chapman, DR Reynolds, AD Smith, JR Riley, DE Pedgley, IP Woiwod
Ecological Entomology 27 (6), 641-650, 2002
1862002
Animal orientation strategies for movement in flows
JW Chapman, RHG Klaassen, VA Drake, S Fossette, GC Hays, ...
Current Biology 21 (20), R861-R870, 2011
1642011
The long‐distance migration of Nilaparvata lugens (Stňl) (Delphacidae) in China: radar observations of mass return flight in the autumn
JR Riley, C XIA‐NIAN, Z XIAO‐XI, DR Reynolds, XU GUO‐MIN, AD Smith, ...
Ecological Entomology 16 (4), 471-489, 1991
1631991
Long‐range seasonal migration in insects: mechanisms, evolutionary drivers and ecological consequences
JW Chapman, DR Reynolds, K Wilson
Ecology letters 18 (3), 287-302, 2015
1582015
Flight metabolic rate and Pgi genotype influence butterfly dispersal rate in the field
K Niitep§ld, AD Smith, JL Osborne, DR Reynolds, NL Carreck, AP Martin, ...
Ecology 90 (8), 2223-2232, 2009
1532009
Honeybees perform optimal scale-free searching flights when attempting to locate a food source
AM Reynolds, AD Smith, DR Reynolds, NL Carreck, JL Osborne
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (21), 3763-3770, 2007
1502007
Remote-sensing, telemetric and computer-based technologies for investigating insect movement: a survey of existing and potential techniques
DR Reynolds, JR Riley
Computers and electronics in agriculture 35 (2-3), 271-307, 2002
1492002
Wind selection and drift compensation optimize migratory pathways in a high-flying moth
JW Chapman, DR Reynolds, H Mouritsen, JK Hill, JR Riley, D Sivell, ...
Current Biology 18 (7), 514-518, 2008
1402008
Tracking butterfly flight paths across the landscape with harmonic radar
ET Cant, AD Smith, DR Reynolds, JL Osborne
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1565), 785-790, 2005
1302005
Vertical-looking radar: a new tool for monitoring high-altitude insect migration
JW Chapman, DR Reynolds, AD Smith
Bioscience 53 (5), 503-511, 2003
1252003
Observations of the flight behaviour of the army worm moth, Spodoptera exempta, at an emergence site using radar and infra‐red optical techniques
JR Riley, DR Reynolds, MJ Farmery
Ecological Entomology 8 (4), 395-418, 1983
1221983
Radar entomology: observing insect flight and migration
VA Drake, DR Reynolds
Cabi, 2012
1152012
Tracking butterfly movements with harmonic radar reveals an effect of population age on movement distance
O Ovaskainen, AD Smith, JL Osborne, DR Reynolds, NL Carreck, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (49), 19090-19095, 2008
1102008
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