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Anna Hargreaves
Anna Hargreaves
Associate Professor, Department of Biology, McGill University, Canada
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Are species’ range limits simply niche limits writ large? A review of transplant experiments beyond the range
AL Hargreaves, KE Samis, CG Eckert
The American Naturalist 183 (2), 157-173, 2014
4152014
Dark, bitter‐tasting nectar functions as a filter of flower visitors in a bird‐pollinated plant
SD Johnson, AL Hargreaves, M Brown
Ecology 87 (11), 2709-2716, 2006
2622006
Expanding, shifting and shrinking: The impact of global warming on species’ elevational distributions
BG Freeman, JA Lee‐Yaw, JM Sunday, AL Hargreaves
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (11), 1268-1276, 2018
2582018
Consumptive emasculation: the ecological and evolutionary consequences of pollen theft
AL Hargreaves, LD Harder, SD Johnson
Biological Reviews 84 (2), 259-276, 2009
2512009
Thermal tolerance patterns across latitude and elevation
J Sunday, JM Bennett, P Calosi, S Clusella-Trullas, S Gravel, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1778), 20190036, 2019
2402019
Adaptation to fragmentation: evolutionary dynamics driven by human influences
PO Cheptou, AL Hargreaves, D Bonte, H Jacquemyn
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372 …, 2017
1902017
Evolution of dispersal and mating systems along geographic gradients: implications for shifting ranges
AL Hargreaves, CG Eckert
Functional ecology 28 (1), 5-21, 2014
1692014
Clustered versus catastrophic global vertebrate declines
B Leung, AL Hargreaves, DA Greenberg, B McGill, M Dornelas, ...
Nature 588 (7837), 267-271, 2020
1422020
Biotic interactions are more often important at species’ warm versus cool range edges
A Paquette, AL Hargreaves
Ecology Letters 24 (11), 2427-2438, 2021
1102021
Do floral syndromes predict specialization in plant pollination systems? An experimental test in an “ornithophilous” African Protea
AL Hargreaves, SD Johnson, E Nol
Oecologia 140, 295-301, 2004
1002004
Local adaptation interacts with expansion load during range expansion: maladaptation reduces expansion load
KJ Gilbert, NP Sharp, AL Angert, GL Conte, JA Draghi, F Guillaume, ...
The American Naturalist 189 (4), 368-380, 2017
952017
Native pollen thieves reduce the reproductive success of a hermaphroditic plant, Aloe maculata
AL Hargreaves, LD Harder, SD Johnson
Ecology 91 (6), 1693-1703, 2010
712010
Concentrations of 17 elements, including mercury, and their relationship to fitness measures in arctic shorebirds and their eggs
AL Hargreaves, DP Whiteside, G Gilchrist
Science of the Total Environment 408 (16), 3153-3161, 2010
692010
Seed predation increases from the Arctic to the Equator and from high to low elevations
AL Hargreaves, E Suárez, K Mehltreter, I Myers-Smith, SE Vanderplank, ...
Science Advances 5 (2), eaau4403, 2019
662019
Local adaptation primes cold‐edge populations for range expansion but not warming‐induced range shifts
AL Hargreaves, CG Eckert
Ecology letters 22 (1), 78-88, 2019
652019
Local adaptation to biotic interactions: a meta-analysis across latitudes
AL Hargreaves, RM Germain, M Bontrager, J Persi, AL Angert
The American Naturalist 195 (3), 395-411, 2020
642020
Floral traits mediate the vulnerability of aloes to pollen theft and inefficient pollination by bees
AL Hargreaves, LD Harder, SD Johnson
Annals of Botany 109 (4), 761-772, 2012
592012
Concentrations of 17 elements, including mercury, in the tissues, food and abiotic environment of Arctic shorebirds
AL Hargreaves, DP Whiteside, G Gilchrist
Science of the Total Environment 409 (19), 3757-3770, 2011
582011
High‐elevation range limit of an annual herb is neither caused nor reinforced by declining pollinator service
AL Hargreaves, JL Weiner, CG Eckert
Journal of Ecology 103 (3), 572-584, 2015
522015
Aloe inconspicua: the first record of an exclusively insect-pollinated aloe
AL Hargreaves, LD Harder, SD Johnson
South African Journal of Botany 74 (4), 606-612, 2008
392008
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