55. Teder, T., Taits, K., Kaasik, A., Tammaru T. 2022.
Limited sex differences in plastic responses suggest evolutionary conservatism of thermal reaction norms: A meta-analysis in insects.
Evolution Letters 6: in press.
54. Romero, G.C., Goncalves-Silva, T., Roslin, T., Marquis, R.J., Marino, N.A.C., Novotny, V., Cornelissen, T., Orivel, J., Sui, S., Aires, G., Antoniazzi, R., Dattilo, W., Breviglieri, C.P.B., Busse, A., Gibb, H., Izzo, T., Kadlec, T., Kemp, V., Kersch-Becker, M., Knapp, M., Kratina, P., Luke, R., Majnaric, S., Maritz, R., Martins, P.M., Mendesil, E., Michalko, J., Mrazova, A., Novais, S., Pereira, C.C., Peric, M.S., Petermann, J.S., Ribeiro, S.P., Sam, K., Trzcinski, M.K., Vieira, C., Westwood, N., Bernaschini, M.L., Carvajal, V., Gonzalez, E., Jausoro, M., Kaensin, S., Ospina, F., Cristobal-Perez, E.J., Quesada, M., Rogy, P., Srivastava, D.S., Szpryngiel, S., Tack, A.J.M., Teder, T., Videla, M., Viljur, M.-L., Koricheva, J. 2022.
Climate variability and aridity modulate the role of leaf shelters for arthropods: A global experiment.
Global Change Biology 28: 3694-3710.
53. Knapp, M., Gonzalez, E., Strobl, M., Seidl, M., Jakubikova, L., Cizek, O., Balvin, O., Benda, D., Teder, T., Kadlec, T. 2022.
Artificial field defects: A low-cost measure to support arthropod diversity in arable fields.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 325: 107748.
52. Pereira, C.C., Novais, S., Barbosa, M., Negreiros, D., Goncalves-Souza, T., Roslin, T., Marquis, R., Marino, N., Novotny, V., Orivel, J., Sui, S., Aires, G., Antoniazzi, R., Dattilo, W., Crasso P., Busse, A., Gibb, H., Izzo, T., Kadlec, T., Kemp, V., Kersch-Becker, M., Knapp, M., Kratina, P., Luke, R., Majnaric, S., Maritz, R., Martins-Sobrinho, P., Mendesil, E., Michalko, J., Mrazova, A., Sertic Peric, M., Petermann, J., Ribeiro, S., Sam, K., Trzcinski, M.K., Vieira, C., Westwood, N., Bernaschini, M., Carvajal, V., Gonzalez, E., Jausoro, M., Kaensin, S., Ospina, F., Cristobal Perez, J., Quesada, M., Rogy, P., Srivastava, D., Szpryngiel, S., Tack, A., Teder, T., Videla, M., Viljur, M.-L., Koricheva, J., Fernandes, G., Romero, G., Cornelissen, T. 2022.
Subtle structures with not-so-subtle functions: a dataset of arthropod constructs and their host plants.
Ecology 103: e3639.
51. Teder, T., Kaasik, A., Taits, K., Tammaru, T. 2021.
Why do males emerge before females? Sexual size dimorphism drives sexual bimaturism in insects.
Biological Reviews 96: 2461-2475.
50. Herbertsson, L., Ekroos, J., Albrecht, M., Bartomeus, I., Batary, P., Bommarco, R., Caplat, P., Diekötter, T., Eikestam, J.M., Entling, M.H., Farbu, S., Farwig, N., Gonzalez-Varo, J.P., Hass, A.L., Holzschuh, A., Hopfenmüller, S., Jakobsson, A., Jauker, B., Kovacs-Hostyanszki, A., Kleve, W., Kunin, W.E., Lindström, S.A.M., Mullen, S., Öckinger, E., Petanidou, T., Potts, S.G., Power, E.F., Rundlöf, M., Seibel, K., Sõber, V., Söderman, A., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Stout, J.C., Teder, T., Tscharntke, T., Smith, H.G. 2021.
Bees increase seed set of wild plants while the proportion of arable land has a variable effect on pollination in European agricultural landscapes.
Plant Ecology and Evolution 154: 341-350.
49. Sõber, V., Leps, M., Kaasik, A., Mänd, M., Teder, T. 2020.
Forest proximity supports bumblebee species richness and abundance in hemi-boreal agricultural landscape.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 298: 106961.
48. Teder, T. 2020.
Phenological responses to climate warming in temperate moths and butterflies: species traits predict future changes in voltinism.
Oikos 129: 1051-1060.
47. Viljur, M.-L., Tiitsaar, A., Gimbutas, M., Kaasik, A., Valdma, D., Õunap, E., Tammaru, T., Teder, T. 2020.
Conserving forest butterflies in managed forests: both local and landscape factors matter.
Forest Ecology and Management 462: 118002.
46. Tiitsaar, A., Valdma, D., Õunap, E., Remm, J., Teder, T., Tammaru, T. 2019.
Distribution of butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea) in Estonia: Results of a systematic mapping project reveal long-term trends.
Annales Zoologici Fennici 56: 147-185.
45. Knapp, M., Rericha, M., Marsikova, S., Harabis, F., Kadlec, T., Nedved, O., Teder, T. 2019.
Invasive host caught up with a native parasitoid: field data reveal high parasitism of Harmonia axyridis by Dinocampus coccinellae in Central Europe.
Biological Invasions 21: 2795-2802.
44. Sõber, V., Sandre, S.-L., Esperk, T., Teder, T., Tammaru, T. 2019.
Ontogeny of sexual size dimorphism revisited: females grow for a longer time and also faster.
PLoS ONE 14: e0215317.
43. Viljur, M.-L., Relve, A., Gimbutas, M., Kaasik, A., Teder, T. 2019.
Dispersal of open-habitat butterflies in managed forest landscapes: are colonisers special?
Journal of Insect Conservation 23: 259-267.
42. Teder, T., Knapp, M. 2019.
Sublethal effects enhance detrimental impact of insecticides on non-target organisms: A quantitative synthesis in parasitoids.
Chemosphere 214: 371-378.
41. Viljur, M.L., Teder, T. 2018.
Disperse or die: colonisation of transient open habitats in production forests is only weakly dispersal-limited in butterflies.
Biological Conservation 218: 32-40.
40. Rohner, P.T., Teder, T., Esperk, T., Lüpold, S., Blanckenhorn, W. 2018.
The evolution of male-biased sexual size dimorphism is associated with increased body size plasticity in males.
Functional Ecology 32: 581-591.
39. Roslin, T., Hardwick, B., Novotny, V., Petry, W.K., Andrew, N., Asmus, A., Barrio, I.C., Basset, Y., Boesing, A.L., Bonebrake, T.C., Cameron, E.K., Dattilo, W., Donoso, D.A., Drozd, P., Gray, C.L., Hik, D.S., Hill, S., Hopkins, T., Huang, S., Koane, B., Laird-Hopkins, B., Laukkanen, L., Lewis, O.T., Milne, S., Mwesige, I., Nakamura, A., Nell, C.S., Nichols, E., Prokurat, A., Sam, K., Schmidt, N.M., Slade, A., Slade, V., Suchankova, A., Teder, T., van Nouhuys, S., Vandvik, V., Weissflog, A., Zhukovich, V., Slade, E.M. 2017.
Higher predation risk for insect prey at low latitudes and elevations.
Science 356: 742-744.
38. Hudson, L.N., Newbold, T., Contu, S., Hill, S.L.L., Lysenko, I., De Palma, A., ..., Teder, T., ..., Purvis, A. 2017.
The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project.
Ecology and Evolution 7: 145-188.
37. Põldmaa, K., Kaasik, A., Tammaru, T., Kurina, O., Jürgenstein, S., Teder, T. 2016.
Polyphagy on unpredictable resources does not exclude host specialization: insects feeding on mushrooms.
Ecology 97: 2824-2833.
36. Vilbas, M., Esperk, T., Edovald, T., Kaasik, A. Teder, T. 2016.
Oviposition site selection of the Alcon blue butterfly at the northern range margin.
Journal of Insect Conservation 20: 1059-1067.
35. Vilbas, M., Esperk, T., Teder, T. 2016.
Host ant use of the Alcon blue butterfly at the northern range margin.
Journal of Insect Conservation 20: 879-886.
34. Viljur, M.-L., Teder, T. 2016.
Butterflies take advantage of contemporary forestry: clear-cuts as temporary grasslands.
Forest Ecology and Management 376: 118-125.
33. Vilbas, M., Teder, T., Tiitsaar, A., Kaasik, A., Esperk, T. 2015.
Habitat use of the endangered parasitic butterfly Phengaris arion close to its northern distribution limit.
Insect Diversity and Conservation 8: 252-260.
32. Põldmaa, K., Jürgenstein, S., Bahram, M., Teder, T., Kurina, O. 2015.
Host diversity and trophic status as determinants of species richness and community composition of fungus gnats.
Basic and Applied Ecology 16: 46-53.
31. Tammaru, T., Vellau, H., Esperk, T., Teder, T. 2015.
Searching for constraints by cross-species comparison: reaction norms for age and size at maturity in insects.
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114: 296-307.
30. Teder, T., Vellau, H., Tammaru, T. 2014.
Age and size at maturity: a quantitative review of diet-induced reaction norms in insects.
Evolution 68: 3217-3228.
29. Teder, T. 2014.
Sexual size dimorphism requires a corresponding sex difference in development time: a meta-analysis in insects.
Functional Ecology 28: 479-486.
28. Tiitsaar, A., Kaasik, A., Teder, T. 2013.
The effects of seasonally variable dragonfly predation on butterfly assemblages.
Ecology 94: 200-207.
27. Teder, T., Tammaru, T., Kaasik, A. 2013.
Exploitative competition and coexistence in a parasitoid assemblage.
Population Ecology 55: 77-86.
26. Esperk, T., Stefanescu, C., Teder, T., Wiklund, C., Kaasik, A., Tammaru, T. 2013.
Distinguishing between anticipatory and responsive plasticity in a seasonally polyphenic butterfly.
Evolutionary Ecology 27: 315-322.
25. Tammaru, T., Teder, T. 2012.
Why is body size more variable in stressful conditions: an analysis of a potential proximate mechanism.
Evolutionary Ecology 26: 1421-1432.
24. Molleman, F., Javoiš, J., Esperk, T., Teder, T., Davis, R.B., Tammaru, T. 2011.
Sexual differences in weight loss upon eclosion are related to life history strategy in Lepidoptera.
Journal of Insect Physiology 57: 712-722.
23. Sang, A., Teder, T. 2011.
Dragonflies cause spatial and temporal heterogeneity in habitat quality for butterflies.
Insect Conservation and Diversity 4: 257-264.
22. Sõber, V., Moora, M., Teder, T. 2010.
Florivores decrease pollinator visitation rate in a self-incompatible plant.
Basic and Applied Ecology 11: 669-675.
21. Sang, A., Teder, T., Helm, A., Pärtel, M. 2010.
Indirect evidence for an extinction debt of grassland butterflies half century after habitat loss.
Biological Conservation 143: 1405-1413.
20. Krauss, J., Bommarco, R., Guardiola, M., Heikkinen, R., Helm, A., Kuussaari, M., Lindborg, R., Öckinger, E., Pärtel, M., Pino, J., Pöyry, J., Raatikainen, K., Sang, A., Stefanescu, C., Teder, T., Zobel, M., Steffan-Dewenter, I. 2010.
Habitat fragmentation causes immediate and time-delayed biodiversity loss at different trophic levels.
Ecology Letters 13: 597-605.
19. Stillwell, R.C., Blanckenhorn, W.U., Teder, T., Davidowitz, G., Fox, C.W. 2010.
Sex differences in phenotypic plasticity affect variation in sexual size dimorphism in insects: from physiology to evolution.
Annual Review of Entomology 55: 227-245.
18. Teder, T., Esperk, T., Remmel, T., Sang, A., Tammaru, T. 2010.
Counterintuitive size patterns in bivoltine moths: late-season larvae grow larger despite lower food quality.
Oecologia 162: 117-125.
17. Dauber, J., Biesmeijer, J.C., Gabriel, D., Kunin, W.E., Lamborn, E., Meyer, B., Nielsen, A., Potts, S.G., Sõber, V., Settele, J., Steffan-Dewenter, I., Stout, J.C., Teder, T., Tscheulin, T., Vivarelli, D., Petanidou, T. 2010.
Effects of patch size and density on flower visitation and seed set of wild plants: a pan-European approach.
Journal of Ecology 98: 188-196.
16. Tammaru, T., Esperk, T., Ivanov, V., Teder, T. 2010.
Proximate sources of sexual size dimorphism in insects: locating constraints on larval growth schedules.
Evolutionary Ecology 24: 161-175.
15. Sõber, V., Teder, T., Moora, M. 2009.
Contrasting effects of plant population size on florivory and pollination.
Basic and Applied Ecology 10: 737-744.
14. Kuussaari, M., Bommarco, R., Heikkinen, R.K., Helm, A., Krauss, J., Lindborg, R., Öckinger, E., Pärtel, M., Pino, J., Roda, F., Stefanescu, C., Teder, T., Zobel, M., Steffan-Dewenter, I. 2009.
Extinction debt: a challenge for biodiversity conservation.
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24: 564-571.
13. Teder, T., Tammaru, T., Esperk, T. 2008.
Dependence of phenotypic variance in body size on environmental quality.
American Naturalist 172: 223-232.
12. Blanckenhorn, W.U., Dixon, A.F.G., Fairbairn, D.J., Foellmer, M.W., Gibert, P., van der Linde, K., Meier, R., Nylin, S., Pitnick, S., Schoff, C., Signorelli, M., Teder, T., Wiklund, C. 2007.
Proximate causes of Rensch’s rule: does sexual size dimorphism in arthropods result from sex differences in development time?
American Naturalist 169: 245-257.
11. Teder, T., Moora, M., Roosaluste, E., Zobel, K., Pärtel, M., Kõljalg, U., Zobel, M. 2007.
Monitoring of biological diversity: a common-ground approach.
Conservation Biology 21: 313-317.
10. Esperk, T., Tammaru, T., Nylin, S., Teder, T. 2007 .
Achieving high sexual size dimorphism in insects: females add instars.
Ecological Entomology 32: 243-256.
9. Blanckenhorn, W.U., Meier, R., Teder, T. 2007.
Rensch’s Rule in insects: patterns among and within species.
In: (Fairbairn, D.J., Blanckenhorn, W.U., Szekely, T., eds), Sex, Size and Gender Roles: Evolutionary Studies of Sexual Size Dimorphism. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 60-70.
8. Teder, T. 2005.
Male-biased size dimorphism in ichneumonine wasps (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) – the role of sexual selection for large male size.
Ecological Entomology 30: 342-349.
7. Teder, T., Tammaru, T. 2005.
Sexual size dimorphism within species increases with body size in insects.
Oikos 108: 321-334.
6. Teder, T., Tammaru, T. 2003.
Short-term indirect interactions between two moth species mediated by shared parasitoids: the benefit of being scarce.
European Journal of Entomology 100: 323-328.
5. Teder, T., Tammaru, T. 2002.
Cascading effects of variation in plant vigour on the relative performance of insect herbivores and their parasitoids.
Ecological Entomology 27: 94-104.
4. Teder, T., Tammaru, T. 2001.
Larger larvae of a flush-feeding moth are not at a higher parasitism risk: implications for host life-history.
European Journal of Entomology 98: 277-282.
3. Teder, T., Tanhuanpää, M., Ruohomäki, K., Kaitaniemi, P., Henriksson, J. 2000.
Temporal and spatial variation of larval parasitism in non-outbreaking populations of a folivorous moth.
Oecologia 123: 516-524.
2. Teder, T., Tammaru, T., Pedmanson, R. 1999.
Patterns of host use in solitary parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae): field evidence from a homogenous habitat.
Ecography 22: 79-86.
1. Teder, T. 1998.
Limited variability of genitalia in the genus Pimpla (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae): inter- or intraspecific causes?
Netherlands Journal of Zoology 48: 335-347.
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