Anna Hargreaves
Anna Hargreaves
Assistant 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
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
Consumptive emasculation: the ecological and evolutionary consequences of pollen theft
AL Hargreaves, LD Harder, SD Johnson
Biological Reviews 84 (2), 259-276, 2009
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
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
Evolution of dispersal and mating systems along geographic gradients: implications for shifting ranges
AL Hargreaves, CG Eckert
Functional ecology 28 (1), 5-21, 2014
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
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 (2), 295-301, 2004
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
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
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
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
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
Clustered versus catastrophic global vertebrate declines
B Leung, AL Hargreaves, DA Greenberg, B McGill, M Dornelas, ...
Nature 588 (7837), 267-271, 2020
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
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
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
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
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
Fitness declines towards range limits and local adaptation to climate affect dispersal evolution during climate‐induced range shifts
AL Hargreaves, SF Bailey, RA Laird
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28 (8), 1489-1501, 2015
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