Articles and other publications

This is a list of all of my articles, papers, book chapters and books published to date.  Those that have been peer-reviewed are marked*  If you’d like PDF copies of any of them, please send me a message using the Contact page.

[137] *Zurek, M., Ingram, J., Bellamy, A.S., Goold, C., Lyon, C., Alexander, P., Barnes, A., Bebber, D.P., Breeze, T.D, Bruce, A., Collins, L.M., Davies, J. Doherty, B., Ensor, J., Franco, S.C., Gatto, A., Hess, T., Lamprinopoulou, C., Liu, L., Merkle, M., Norton, L., Oliver, T., Ollerton, J., Potts, S., Reed, M.S., Sutcliffe, C. & Withers, P.J.A. (2022) Food system resilience: concepts, issues and challenges. Annual Review of Environment and Resources (in press)

[136] *Amorim, F.W., Marin, S., Sanz-Viega, P.A., Ollerton, J. & Oliveira, P.E. (2022) Short flowers for long tongues: functional specialization in a nocturnal pollination network of an asclepiad in long-tongued hawkmoths. Biotropica

[135] *Wildman, J.P., Ollerton, J., Bourn, N.A.D., Brereton, T.M., Moore, J.L. & McCollin, D. (2022) The value of museum and other uncollated data in reconstructing the decline of the chequered skipper butterfly Carterocephalus palaemon (Pallas, 1771). Journal of Natural Science Collections (in press)

[134] *Ratto, F., Breeze, T.D., Cole, L.J., Garratt, M.P.D., Kleijn, D., Kunin, B., Michez, D., O’Connor, R., Ollerton, J., Paxton, R.J., Poppy, G.M., Potts, S.G., Senapathi, D., Shaw, R., Dicks, L.V. & Peh, K.S.-H. (2022) Rapid assessment of insect pollination services to inform decision-making. Conservation Biology (in press)

[133] *Lopes, S.A., Bergamo, P.J., Queiroz, S.N.P., Ollerton, J., Santos, T. & Rech, A.R. (2022) Heterospecific pollen deposition is positively associated with reproductive success in a diverse hummingbird-pollinated plant community. Oikos e08714 doi: 10.4444/oik.08714

[132] Ollerton, J. (2021) In praise of…ivy. Bees & Other Pollinators Quarterly autumn issue, pages 10-11

[131] Ollerton, J. (2021) COP26: What it is, what it’s about, and why it matters. Bees & Other Pollinators Quarterly autumn issue, pp. 14-15

[130] Ollerton, J. (2021) Plant a haven for moths and butterflies. BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine August issue, pp. 90-92

[129] Ollerton, J. (2021) Incoming! How flowers fit their pollinators. Bees & Other Pollinators Quarterly summer issue, p. 31

[128] Ollerton, J. (2021) How to fool a pollinator. Bees & Other Pollinators Quarterly summer issue, p. 8

[127] Ollerton, J. (2021) Pollinators flit back against climate change. 2 Million Blossoms summer issue, pp. 82-86

[126] *Millard, J., Outhwaite, C.L., Kinnersley, R., Freeman, R., Gregory, R.D., Adedoja, O., Gavini, S., Kioko, E., Kuhlmann, M., Ollerton, J., Ren, Z.-X. & Newbold, T. (2021) Global effects of land-use intensity on local pollinator biodiversity. Nature Communications 12, 2902.

[125] Ollerton, J. (2021) Protect the pollinators: pollinators have a critical, but largely unappreciated, role to play when it comes to climate change. New Scientist 3326: 23

[124] *Prendergast, K.S. & Ollerton, J. (2021) Impacts of the introduced European honeybee on Australian bee-flower network properties in urban bushland remnants and residential gardens. Austral Ecology (in press)

[123] Ollerton, J. (2021) Pollinators and pollination: myths and misunderstandings. British Wildlife 32: 316-323

[122] *Rech, A.R., Ollerton, J., Dalsgaard, B., Jorge, L.R., Sandel, B., Svenning, J.-C., Baronio, G.J. & Sazima, M. (2021) Population-level plant pollination mode is influenced by Quaternary climate and pollinators. Biotropica (in press)

[121] *Prendergast, K.S. & Ollerton, J. (2021) Plant-pollinator networks in Australian urban bushland remnants are not structurally equivalent to those in residential gardens. Urban Ecosystems 24: 973–987

[120] Ollerton, J. (2021) Pollinators & Pollination: Nature and Society. Pelagic Publishing, Exeter, UK

[119] *Biella, P., Akter, A., Ollerton, J., Nielsen, A. & Klecka, J. (2020) An empirical attack tolerance test alters the structure and species richness of plant-pollinator networks. Functional Ecology 34: 2246-2258

[118] *Xiong, W., Ollerton, J., Liede-Schumann, S., Zhao, W., Jiang, Q., Sun, H. Liao, W. & You, W. (2020) Specialized cockroach pollination in the rare and endangered plant Vincetoxicum hainanense (Apocynaceae, Asclepiadoideae) in China. American Journal of Botany 107: 1355-1365

[117] *van der Kooi, C.J. & Ollerton, J. (2020) The origins of flowering plants and pollinators. Science 368: 1306-1308

[116] *Erenler, H.E., Gillman, M.P. & Ollerton, J. (2020) Impact of extreme events on pollinator assemblages. Current Opinion in Insect Science 38: 34-39

[115] Ollerton, J., Walsh, M. & Sullivan, T. (2019) Press freedom is necessary to advance environmental protections across the globe. Democratic Audit e-prints []

[114] *Ollerton J., Koju N.P., Maharjan S.R. & Bashyal B. (2019) Interactions between birds and flowers of Rhododendron spp., and their implications for mountain communities in Nepal. Plants, People, Planet 00:1–6. https ://

[113] *Biella P., Akter A., Ollerton J., Tarrant S., Janeček Š., Jersáková J. & Klecka J. (2019) Experimental loss of generalist plants reveals alterations in plant-pollinator interactions and a constrained flexibility of foraging. Scientific Reports 9: 1-13

[112] Ollerton, J. (2019) Book review: Vegetation of the Canary Islands by Marcelino J. del Arco Aguilar and Octavio Rodríguez Delgado. The Niche 50: 60

[111] *Ollerton, J., Liede-Schumann, S., Endress, M E., Meve, U…. et al. [75 authors in all] (2019) The diversity and evolution of pollination systems in large plant clades: Apocynaceae as a case study. Annals of Botany 123: 311-325

[110] Goulson, D.,…Ollerton, J… et al. [233 signatories in all] (2018) [Letters] Call to restrict neonicotinoids. Science 360: 973

[109] *Rech, A.R., Ré Jorge, L., Ollerton, J. & Sazima, M. (2018) Pollinator availability, mating system and variation in flower morphology in a tropical savannah tree. Acta Botanica Brasilica 32:

[108] *Barons, M.J., Hanea, A.M., Wright, S.K., Baldock, K.C.R., Wilfert, L., Chandler, D., Datta, S., Fannon, J., Hartfield, C., Lucas, A., Ollerton, J., Potts, S.G. & Carreck, N.L. (2018) Assessment of the response of pollinator abundance to environmental pressures using structured expert elicitation. Journal of Apicultural Research 57: 593-604

[107] *Dalsgaard B., Kennedy J.D., Simmons B.I., Baquero A.C., Martín González A.M., Timmermann A., Maruyama P.K., McGuire J.A., Ollerton J., Sutherland W.J. & Rahbek C. (2018) Trait evolution, resource specialization and vulnerability to plant extinctions among Antillean hummingbirds. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 285: DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2017.2754

[106] *Balfour, N., Ollerton, J., Castellanos, M.C., Ratnieks, F.L.W. (2018) British phenological records indicate high diversity and extinction rates among late-summer-flying pollinators. Biological Conservation 222: 278-283

[105] *Vizentin-Bugoni J, PKM Maruyama, CS Souza, J Ollerton, AR Rech, M Sazima. (2018) Plant-pollinator networks in the tropics: a review. pp 73-91 In Dáttilo W & V. Rico-Gray. Ecological networks in the Tropics. Springer.

[104] *Carstensen, D.W., Trøjelsgaard, K., Ollerton, J. and Morellato, L.P.C. (2018) Local and regional specialization in plant–pollinator networks. Oikos 127: 531-537

[103] *Saunders, M.E., Duffy, M.A., Heard, S.B., Kosmala, M., Leather, S.R., McGlynn, T.P, Ollerton, J., Parachnowitsch, A.L. (2017) Bringing ecology blogging into the scientific fold: measuring reach and impact of science community blogs.  Royal Society Open Science doi: 10.1098/rsos.170957

[102] *Ollerton, J., Dötterl, S., Ghorpadé, K., Heiduk, A., Liede-Schumann, S., Masinde, S., Meve, U., Peter, C.I., Prieto-Benítez, S., Punekar, S., Thulin, M., Whittington, A. (2017) Diversity of Diptera families that pollinate Ceropegia (Apocynaceae) trap flowers: an update in light of new data and phylogenetic analyses. Flora 234: 233-244

[101] *Ollerton, J. (2017) Pollinator diversity: distribution, ecological function, and conservation.  Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 48: 353-376

[100] *de Brito, V.L.G., Rech, A.R., Ollerton, J., Sazima, M. (2017) Nectar production, reproductive success and the evolution of generalised pollination within a specialised pollen-rewarding plant family: a case study using Miconia theizans. Plant Systematics and Evolution 303: 709–718

[99] *Biella, P, Ollerton, J., Barcella, M. & Assini, S. (2017) Network analysis of phenological units to detect important species in plant-pollinator communities: can it inform conservation strategies?  Community Ecology 18: 1-10

[98] *Hall, D.M., Camilo, G.D., Tonietto, R.K., Ollerton, J., Ahrné, K., Arduser, M., Ascher, J.S., Baldock, K.C.R., Fowler, R.E., Frankie, G.W., Goulson, D., Gunnarsson, B., Hanley, M.E., Jackson, J.I., Langellotto, G., Lowenstein, D., Minor, E.S., Philpott, S.M., Potts, S.G., Sirohi, M.H., Spevak, E.M., Stone, G. & Threlfall, C. (2017) The city as a refuge for insect pollinators. Conservation Biology 31: 24–29

[97] *Ollerton, J., Rouquette, J.R. & Breeze, T.D. (2016) Insect pollinators boost the market price of culturally important crops: holly, mistletoe and the spirit of Christmas.  Journal of Pollination Ecology 19: 93-97

[96] *Rahman, L. Md., Tarrant, S., Ollerton, J. & McCollin, D. (2016) Effect of soil conditions and landscape factors on macro-snail communities in newly created grasslands of restored landfill sites in the UK.  Zoology and Ecology 26: 275-281

[95] *Rech, A.R., Dalsgaard, B., Sandel, B., Sonne, J. Svenning, J.-C., Holmes, N. & Ollerton, J. (2016) The macroecology of animal versus wind pollination: ecological factors are more important than historical climate stability.  Plant Ecology & Diversity 9: 253-262

[94] Ollerton, J. (2016) Scientist as Poet as Scientist.  Dark Mountain 10: 185-189

[93] *Watts, S., Dormann, C.F., Martín González, A.M. & Ollerton, J. (2016) The influence of floral traits on specialisation and modularity of plant-pollinator networks in a biodiversity hotspot in the Peruvian Andes.  Annals of Botany 118: 415-429

[92] *Maruyama, P.K., Vizentin-Bugoni, J., Sonne, J., Martín González, A.M., Schleuning, M., Araujo, A.C., Baquero, A.C., Cardona, J., Cardona, P., Cotton, P.A., Kohler, G., Lara, C., Malucelli, T., Humberto Marín, O., Ollerton, J., Rui, A.M., Timmermann, A., Varassin, I.G., Zanata, T.B., Rahbek, C., Sazima, M. & Dalsgaard, B. (2016) The integration of alien plants in plant-hummingbird pollination networks across the Americas: the importance of species traits and insularity.  Diversity and Distributions 22: 672-681

[91] *Moles, A. & Ollerton, J. (2016) Is the notion that species interactions are stronger and more specialized in the tropics a zombie idea?  Biotropica 48: 141–145

[90] *Gill, R.J., Baldock, K.C.R., Brown, M.J.F., Cresswell, J.E., Dicks, L.V., Fountain, M.T., Garratt, M.P.D., Gough, L.A., Heard, M.S., Holland, J.M., Ollerton, J., Stone, G.N., Tang, C.Q., Vanbergen, A.J., Vogler, A.P., Woodward, G., Arce, A.N., Boatman, N.D., Brand-Hardy, R., Breeze, T.D., Green, M., Hartfield, C.M., O’Connor, R.S., Osborne, J.L., Phillips, J., Sutton, P.B., Potts, S.G. (2016)  Protecting an ecosystem service: approaches to understanding and mitigating threats to wild insect pollinators. Advances in Ecological Research 54: 135-206

[89] *Sonne, J., Kyvsgaard, P., Maruyama, P.K., Vizentin-Bugoni, J., Ollerton, J., Sazima, M., Rahbek, C. & Dalsgaard, B. (2016) Spatial effects of artificial feeders on hummingbird abundance, floral visitation and pollen deposition. Journal of Ornithology 157: 573-581

[88] Waser, N.M., Ollerton, J. & Price, M.V. (2015) Response to Aguilar et al.’s (2015) critique of Ollerton et al. (2009). Journal of Pollination Ecology 17: 1–2

[87] *Bailes, E., Ollerton, J., Pattrick, J. & Glover, B.J. (2015) How can an understanding of plant-pollinator interactions contribute to global food security? Current Opinion in Plant Biology 26: 72-79

[86] *Rahman, L. Md., Tarrant, S., McCollin, D. & Ollerton, J. (2015) Vegetation cover and grasslands in the vicinity accelerate development of carabid beetle assemblages on restored landfill sites.  Zoology and Ecology 25: 347-354

[85] *Sirohi, M.H., Jackson, J., Edwards, M. & Ollerton, J. (2015) Diversity and abundance of solitary and primitively eusocial bees in an urban centre: a case study from Northampton (England).  Journal of Insect Conservation 19: 487-500

[84] *Ollerton, J. Waser, N.M., Rodrigo Rech, A. & Price, M.V. (2015) Using the literature to test pollination syndromes — some methodological cautions.  Journal of Pollination Ecology 16: 119-125

[83] Ollerton, J. (2014) Book review of: “A Veritable Eden” by A. Brooks. Manchester Region History Review 25: 153-154

[82] *Ollerton, J., Erenler, H., Edwards, M. & Crockett, R. (2014) Extinctions of aculeate pollinators in Britain and the role of large-scale agricultural changes.  Science 346: 1360-1362

[81] Ollerton, J. (2013) The Biodiversity Index – a tool for facilities management.  Essential FM Report 109: 2-3

[80] *Dalsgaard, B., Trøjelsgaard, K, Martín González, A.M., Nogués-Bravo, D., Ollerton, J., Petanidou, T.,  Sandel, B., Schleuning, M., Wang, Z., Rahbek, C., Sutherland, W.J., Svenning, J.C. & Olesen, J.M. (2013)  Historical climate-change influences modularity of pollination networks.  Ecography 36: 1331–1340

[79] *Tarrant, S., Ollerton, J., Rahman, L. Md., Griffin, J. & McCollin, D. (2013) Grassland restoration on landfill sites in the East Midlands, UK: an evaluation of floral resources and pollinating insects.  Restoration Ecology 21: 560–568

[78] *Ollerton, J. & Nuttman, C. (2013) Aggressive displacement of Xylocopa nigrita carpenter bees from flowers of Lagenaria sphaerica (Cucurbitaceae) by territorial male Eastern Olive Sunbirds (Cyanomitra olivacea) in Tanzania.  Journal of Pollination Ecology 11: 21-26

[77] *Parker, W. & Ollerton, J. (2013) Immunology enlightened by evolutionary biology and anthropology: an approach necessary for public health.  Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health 2013(1): 89-103 doi:10.1093/emph/eot008

[76] *Rahman, L. Md., Tarrant, S., McCollin, D. Ollerton, J. (2013) Plant community composition and attributes reveal conservation implications for newly created grassland on capped landfill sites. Journal for Nature Conservation 21: 198-205

[75] Vanbergen, A.J., Ambrose, N., Aston, D., Biesmeijer, J.C., Bourke, A., Breeze, T., Brotherton, P., Brown, M., Chandler, D., Clook, M., Connolly, C.N., Costigan, P.,  Coulson, M., Cresswell, J., Dean, R., Dicks, L., Felicioli, A., Fojt, O., Gallai, N., Genersch, E., Godfray, C., Grieg-Gran, M., Halstead, A., Harding, D., Harris, B., Hartfield, C., Heard, M.S., Herren, B., Howarth, J., Ings, T., Kleijn, D., Klein, A., Kunin, W.E., Lewis, G., MacEwen, A., Maus, C., McIntosh, L., Millar, N.S., Neumann, P., Ollerton, J.,  Olschewski, R., Osborne, J.L., Paxton, R.J., Pettis, J.,  Phillipson, B., Potts, S.G., Pywell, R., Rasmont, P.,  Roberts, S., Salles, J.-M.,  Schweiger, O., Sima, P., Thompson, H., Titera, D., Vaissiere, B., Van der Sluijs, J., Webster, S., Wentworth, J. & Wright, G.A. (2012) Insect pollinators: linking research and policy.  Workshop report, U.K. Science and Innovation Network.

[74] Ollerton, J. (2012) The names of pubs and inns: not just for the birds. Bulletin of the British Ecological Society 43: 46-47

[73] Ollerton, J. (2012) Biogeography: are tropical species less specialised? Current Biology 22: R914-R915

[72] Ollerton, J. (2012) The importance of native pollinators. The Plantsman 11:86-89

[71] *Ollerton, J., Watts, S., Connerty, S., Lock, J., Parker, L., Wilson, I., Schueller, S., Nattero, J., Cocucci, A.A., Izhaki, I., Geerts, S. & Pauw, A. (2012) Pollination ecology of the invasive tree tobacco Nicotiana glauca: comparisons across native and non-native ranges. Journal of Pollination Ecology 9: 85-95

[70] *Dalsgaard, B., Timmermann, A., Martín González, A.M., Olesen, J.M, Ollerton, J. & Andersen, L.H. (2012) Heliconia-hummingbird interactions in the Lesser Antilles: a geographic mosaic? Caribbean Journal of Science 46: 328-331

[69] *Ollerton, J., Chancellor, G. & van Wyhe, J. (2012) John Tweedie and Charles Darwin in Buenos Aires.  Notes and Records of the Royal Society 66: 115-124

[68] Ollerton, J. (2012) The importance of LWS meadows for pollinating insects.  WildPlaces – the Local Wildlife Sites Newsletter 3: 10

[67] *Watts, S., Huamán Ovalle, D., Moreno Herrera, M. & Ollerton, J. (2012) Pollinator effectiveness of native and non-native flower visitors to an apparently generalist Andean shrub, Duranta mandonii (Verbenaceae). Plant Species Biology 27: 147–158

[66] *Cranmer, L., McCollin, D. & Ollerton, J. (2012) Landscape structure influences pollinator movements and directly affects plant reproductive success. Oikos 121: 562-568

[65] *Rahman, L. Md., Tarrant, S., McCollin, D. & Ollerton, J. (2012) Influence of habitat quality, landscape structure and food resources on breeding skylark (Alauda arvensis) territory distribution on restored landfill sites.  Landscape and Urban Planning 105: 281–287

[64] Ollerton, J., Price, V., Armbruster, W.S., Memmott, J., Watts, S., Waser, N.M., Totland, Ø., Goulson, D., Alarcón, R., Stout, J.S. & Tarrant, S. (2012) Overplaying the role of honey bees as pollinators: A comment on Aebi and Neumann (2011). Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27: 141-142

[63] *Munguía-Rosas, M.A., Parra-Tabla, V., Ollerton, J. & Carlos Cervera, J. (2012) Environmental control of reproductive phenology and the effect of pollen supplementation on resource allocation in the cleistogamous weed, Ruellia nudiflora (Acanthaceae). Annals of Botany 109: 343-350

[62] *Dalsgaard, B., Magård, E., Fjeldså, J., Martín González, A.M., Rahbek, C., Olesen, J.M., Ollerton, J., Alarcón, R., Araujo, A.C., Cotton, P., Lara, C., Machado, C.C., Sazima, I., Sazima, M., Timmermann, A., Watts, S., Sandel, B., Sutherland, W.J., Svenning, J.C. (2011) Specialization in plant-hummingbird networks is associated with species richness, contemporary precipitation and Quaternary climate-change velocity. PLoS ONE 6(10): e25891. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0025891

[61] *Rahman, L. Md., Tarrant, S., McCollin, D. and Ollerton, J. (2011) The conservation value of restored landfill sites in the East Midlands, UK for supporting bird communities.  Biodiversity and Conservation 20: 1879-1893

[60] *Munguía-Rosas, M.A. Ollerton, J. Parra-Tabla, V. & Arturo De-Nova, J. (2011) Meta-analysis of phenotypic selection on flowering phenology suggests that early flowering plants are favoured. Ecology Letters 14: 511-521

[59] *Munguía-Rosas, M.A. Ollerton, J. & Parra-Tabla, V. (2011) Phenotypic selection on flowering phenology and size of two dioecious plant species with different pollen vectors. Plant Species Biology 26: 205–212

[58] *Parra-Tabla, V., Vargas C.F., Naval, C., Calvo, L.M. & Ollerton, J. (2011) Population status and reproductive success of an endangered epiphytic orchid in a fragmented landscape. Biotropica 43: 640-647

[57] *Mayer, C., Adler, L., Armbruster, W.S. Dafni, A., Eardley, C., Huang, S.-Q., Kevan, P.G., Ollerton, J., Packer, L. Ssymank, A., Stout, J.C. & Potts, S.G. (2011) Pollination ecology in the 21st century: key questions for future research.  Journal of Pollination Ecology 3: 8-23

[56] *Waser, N.M., Ollerton, J. & Erhardt, A. (2011) Typology in pollination biology:  lessons from an historical critique. Journal of Pollination Ecology 3: 1-7

[55] *Ollerton, J., Tarrant, S. & Winfree, R. (2011) How many flowering plants are pollinated by animals?  Oikos 120: 321–326

[54] Ollerton, J. and Waser, N.M. (2010) Pollinators as critical ecosystem service providers: the biodiversity of species interactions [abstract].  Proceedings of the CBD – COP 9 Associated Scientific Conference on Biodiversity Research (including the COP 9 President’s Conclusions and the Recommendations to COP 9), Bonn, May 12 – 16, 2008.  Biology International 48: s.n.

[53] Ollerton, J. (2010) W(h)ither science? Dark Mountain 1: 146-149

[52] *Erenler, H.E., Ashton, P., Gillman, M. & Ollerton, J. (2010) Factors determining species richness of soil seed banks in lowland ancient woodlands. Biodiversity and Conservation 19: 1631-1648

[51] *Ricciardi, F., Boyer, M. & Ollerton, J. (2010) Assemblage and interaction structure of the anemonefish-anemone mutualism across the Manado region of Sulawesi, Indonesia. Environmental Biology of Fishes 87: 333-347

[50] Ollerton, J. & Coulthard, E. (2009) Evolution of animal pollination. Science 326: 808-809

[49] *Martin Gonzalez, A.M., Dalsgaard, B., Ollerton, J., Timmermann, A., Olesen, J.M., Andersen, L. & Tossas, A.G. (2009) Effects of climate on pollination networks in the West Indies. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25: 493-506

[48] *Ollerton, J., Masinde, S., Meve, U., Picker, M. & Whittington, A. (2009) Fly pollination in Ceropegia (Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae): Biogeographic and phylogenetic perspectives. Annals of Botany 103: 1501-1514

[47] *Ollerton, J., Alarcón, R., Waser, N.M., Price, M.V., Watts, S., Cranmer, L., Hingston, A. Peter, C.I. & Rotenberry, J. (2009) A global test of the pollination syndrome hypothesis. Annals of Botany 103: 1471-1480

[46] *Dalsgaard, B., Martín González, A.M., Olesen, J.M., Ollerton, J., Timmermann, A., Andersen, L.H., & Tossas, A.G. (2009) Plant–hummingbird interactions in the West Indies: floral specialisation gradients associated with environment and hummingbird size. Oecologia 159: 757-766

[45] *Ollerton, J., Cranmer, L., Stelzer, R., Sullivan, S. & Chittka, L. (2009) Bird pollination of Canary Island endemic plants. Naturwissenschaften 96: 221-232

[44] *Alarcón, R., Waser, N.M. & Ollerton, J. (2008) Year-to-year variation in the topology of a plant-pollinator interaction network. Oikos 117: 1796-1807

[43] *Dalsgaard, B., Martín González, A.M., Olesen, J.M. Timmermann, A., Andersen, L.H. & Ollerton, J. (2008) Pollination networks and functional specialization: a test using Lesser Antillean plant-hummingbird assemblages. Oikos 117: 789-793

[42] Ollerton, J. (2008) Blogging from Bonn – a personal account of the pre-COP9 meeting: “Biodiversity Research – Safeguarding the Future”.  Bulletin of the British Ecological Society 39: 35-38

[41] Ollerton, J. (2008) Book review of: “Ecology and Evolution of Flowers” by L.D. Harder & S.C.H. Barrett.  Systematic Biology 57: 516-517

[40] *Ollerton, J., Killick, A., Lamborn, E., Watts, S. & Whiston, M. (2007) Multiple meanings and modes: on the many ways to be a generalist flower. Taxon 56: 717-728

[39] *Ollerton, J., Grace, J. & Smith, K. (2007) Pollinator behaviour and adaptive floral colour change in Anthophora alluadii (Hymenoptera: Apidae) and Erysimum scoparium (Brassicaceae) on Tenerife. Entomologia Generalis 29: 253-268

[38] *Ollerton, J., McCollin, D., Fautin, D.G & Allen, G.R. (2007) Finding NEMO – nestedness engendered by mutualistic organisation in anemonefish and their hosts. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 274: 591-598

[37] *Ollerton, J., Stott, A., Allnutt, E., Shove, S., Taylor, C. & Lamborn, E. (2007) Pollination niche overlap between a parasitic plant and its host.  Oecologia 151: 473-485

[36] *Stelzer, R.J., Ollerton, J. & Chittka, L. (2007) Keine Nachweis für Hummelbesuch der Kanarischen Vogelblumen (Hymenoptera: Apidae). Entomologia Generalis 30: 153-154

[35] Ollerton, J. & Raguso, R. (2006) The sweet stench of decay.  New Phytologist 172: 382-385

[34] *Ollerton, J. (2006) “Biological Barter”: patterns of specialization compared across different mutualisms.  Pp. 411—435 in: Waser, N.M. & Ollerton, J. (eds.) Plant-Pollinator Interactions: from Specialization to Generalization.  University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA

[33] *Ollerton, J. Johnson, S.D. & Hingston, A.B. (2006) Geographical variation in diversity and specificity of pollination systems.  Pp. 283—308 in:  Waser, N.M. & Ollerton, J. (eds.) Plant-Pollinator Interactions: from Specialization to Generalization.  University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA

[32] *Waser, N.M. & Ollerton, J. [eds.] (2006) Plant-Pollinator Interactions: from Specialization to Generalization.  University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA

[31] Ollerton, J. & Dafni, A. (2005) Functional floral morphology and phenology. pp. 1-26 in: Dafni, A., P.G. Kevan & Husband, B.C. (Eds.) Practical Pollination Biology. Enviroquest, Cambridge, Ontario

[30] Ollerton, J. (2005) Flowering time and the Wallace Effect. Heredity 95: 181-182

[29] *Ollerton J., Johnson S. D., Cranmer, L. & Kellie, S. (2003) The pollination ecology of an assemblage of grassland asclepiads in South Africa. Annals of Botany 92: 807-834

[28] *Ollerton, J. & Liede, S. (2003) Corona structure in Cynanchum: linking morphology to function.  Ecotropica 9: 107-112

[27] Ollerton, J. (2002) Book review: Vuorisalo, T.O. & Mutikainen, P.K. (eds.) Life History Evolution in Plants.  Plant Systematics and Evolution 232: 138-141

[26] *Ollerton, J. & Cranmer, L. (2002) Latitudinal trends in plant-pollinator interactions: are tropical plants more specialised? Oikos 98: 340-350

[25] *Ollerton, J. & Watts, S. (2000) Phenotype space and floral typology: towards an objective assessment of pollination syndromes.  Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi I. Matematisk-Naturvitenskapelig Klasse, Avhandlinger, Ny Serie 39: 149-159

[24] *Totland, Ø., Armbruster, W.S., Fenster, C., Molau, U., Nilsson, L.A., Olesen, J.M., Ollerton, J., Philipp, M. & Ågren, J. [eds.] (2000) The Scandinavian Association for Pollination Ecology honours Knut Fægri. Det Norske Videnskaps-Akademi I. Matematisk-Naturvitenskapelig Klasse, Avhandlinger, Ny Serie 39: The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Oslo

[23] *Lamborn, E. & Ollerton, J. (2000) Experimental assessment of the functional morphology of inflorescences of Daucus carota (Apiaceae): testing the “fly catcher effect”.  Functional Ecology 14: 445-454

[22] Ollerton, J. (1999) The evolution of pollinator-plant relationships within the arthropods.  pp. 741-758 in Melic, A., DeHaro, J.J., Mendez, M. & Ribera, I. (eds.) Evolution and Phylogeny of the Arthropoda.  Entomological Society of Aragon, Zaragoza

[21] Ollerton, J. (1999) Fly trapping in Ceropegia flowers – evidence of ant predation of pollinators.  Asklepios 77: 31-32

[20] *Ollerton, J. & Diaz, A. (1999)  Evidence for stabilising selection acting on flowering time in Arum maculatum (Araceae): the influence of phylogeny on adaptation.  Oecologia 119: 340-348

[19] *Kite, G.C., Hetterscheid, W.L.A., Lewis, M.J., Boyce, P.C., Ollerton, J., Cocklin, E., Diaz, A., & Simmonds, M.S.J. (1998)  Inflorescence odours and pollinators of Arum and Amorphophallus (Araceae).   pp. 295-315 in Owens, S.J. & Rudall, P.J. (eds.) Reproductive Biology in Systematics, Conservation and Economic Botany.  Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

[18] Ollerton, J. (1998) Sunbird surprise for syndromes.  Nature 394: 726-727

[17] Ollerton, J. & McCollin, D. (1998) Insect and angiosperm diversity in marine environments: a response to van der Hage.  Functional Ecology 12: 976-977

[16] *Ollerton, J. & Lack, A.J. (1998) Relationships between flowering phenology, plant size and reproductive success in Lotus corniculatus (Fabaceae).  Plant Ecology 139: 35-47

[15] *Ollerton, J. & Liede, S. (1997) Pollination systems in the Asclepiadaceae: a survey and preliminary analysis.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 62: 593-610

[14] *Goulson, D. Ollerton, J. & Sluman, C. (1997)  Foraging strategies in the small skipper butterfly, Thymelicus flavus; when to switch?  Animal Behaviour 53: 1009-1016

[13] *Ollerton, J. (1996) Reconciling ecological processes with phylogenetic patterns: the apparent paradox of plant-pollinator systems.  Journal of Ecology 84: 767-769

[12] *Ollerton, J. (1996) Interactions between gall midges (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) and inflorescences of Piper novae-hollandiae (Piperaceae) in Australia.  The Entomologist 115: 181-184

[11] *Ollerton, J. & Lack, A.J. (1996) Partial predispersal seed predation in Lotus corniculatus L. (Fabaceae).  Seed Science Research 6: 65-69

[10] *Waser, N.M., Chittka, L., Price, M.V., Williams, N. & Ollerton, J. (1996) Generalization in pollination systems, and why it matters.  Ecology 77: 1043-1060

[9] Ollerton, J. (1996) An update of the ASCLEPOL project. Asklepios 67: 31-32

[8] Ollerton, J. & Forster, P. (1995) Diptera associated with flowers of Ceropegia cumingiana in Australia. Asklepios 66: 21-22

[7] Ollerton & Lack (1993) Plant phenology – selection and neutrality – reply.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 8: 35-35

[6] *Ollerton, J. & Lack, A.J. (1992) Flowering phenology: an example of relaxation of natural selection?  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7: 274-276

[5] Ollerton, J. (1992) Asclepiad cultivation in the early 19th Century: part 2.  Asklepios 57: 22-23

[4] Ollerton, J. (1992) Asclepiad cultivation in the early 19th Century: part 1.  Asklepios 56: 27-28

[3] Ollerton, J. (1989) A lesson from the students.  New Scientist 1685: 69

[2] Ollerton, J. (1989) The Walls of the Garden. Oxford Wildlife News 4: 1-2

[1] Ollerton, J. (1986) Adaptations to arid environments in the Asclepiadaceae. British Cactus and Succulent Journal 4: 94-98