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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