Prof. Francesca Parrini
Prof. Francesca Parrini
Centre for African Ecology, University of the Witwatersrand
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Seasonal variations of spatial behaviour in female Alpine ibex (Capra ibex ibex) in relation to climatic conditions and age
S Grignolio, I Rossi, B Bassano, F Parrini, M Apollonio
Ethology Ecology & Evolution 16 (3), 255-264, 2004
672004
The importance of post‐fire regrowth for sable antelope in a Southern African savanna
F Parrini, N Owen‐Smith
African Journal of Ecology 48 (2), 526-534, 2010
502010
Habitat selection in adult males of Alpine ibex, Capra ibex ibex
S Grignolio, F Parrini, B Bassano, S Luccarini, M Apollonio
FOLIA ZOOLOGICA-PRAHA- 52 (2), 113-120, 2003
462003
Spatial behaviour of adult male Alpine ibexCapra ibex ibex in the Gran Paradiso National Park, Italy
F Parrini, S Grignolio, S Luccarini, B Bassano, M Apollonio
Acta Theriologica 48 (3), 411-423, 2003
322003
Scale-dependent selection of greenness by African elephants in the Kruger-private reserve transboundary region, South Africa
JP Marshal, A Rajah, F Parrini, M Henley, SR Henley, BFN Erasmus
European Journal of Wildlife Research 57 (3), 537-548, 2011
252011
Termite mounds vary in their importance as sources of vegetation heterogeneity across savanna landscapes
J Muvengwi, ETF Witkowski, AB Davies, F Parrini
Journal of Vegetation Science 28 (5), 1008-1017, 2017
242017
A categorization of recent network approaches to analyse trophic interactions
M Miranda, F Parrini, F Dalerum
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (10), 897-905, 2013
192013
Distributional niche of relatively rare sable antelope in a South African savanna: habitat versus biotic relationships
GJ Chirima, N Owen‐Smith, BFN Erasmus, F Parrini
Ecography 36 (1), 68-79, 2013
182013
Capra ibex (Artiodactyla: Bovidae)
F Parrini, JW Cain, PR Krausman
Mammalian Species, 1-12, 2009
172009
African honeybees as a mitigation method for elephant impact on trees
RM Cook, F Parrini, LE King, ETF Witkowski, MD Henley
Biological conservation 217, 329-336, 2018
142018
Elephant movement patterns in relation to human inhabitants in and around the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park
RM Cook, MD Henley, F Parrini
koedoe 57 (1), 1-7, 2015
142015
Recent exposure to African elephants after a century of exclusion: Rapid accumulation of marula tree impact and mortality, and poor regeneration
RM Cook, ETF Witkowski, CV Helm, MD Henley, F Parrini
Forest Ecology and Management 401, 107-116, 2017
122017
Interaction patterns within a multi-herbivore assemblage derived from stable isotopes
M Miranda, F Dalerum, F Parrini
Ecological Complexity 20, 51-60, 2014
112014
Resource use and the nutritional status of sable antelope in the O kavango D elta region of northern B otswana
MC Hensman, N Owen‐Smith, F Parrini, CM Bonyongo
African journal of ecology 52 (3), 265-273, 2014
102014
Dry season browsing by sable antelope in northern Botswana
MC Hensman, N Owen‐Smith, F Parrini, BFN Erasmus
African Journal of Ecology 50 (4), 513, 2012
102012
Observations on dry season grazing by eland in a Magaliesberg Nature Reserve, South Africa
G D'Ammando, F Parrini, F Attorre, L Boitani
African Journal of Ecology 53 (1), 112-115, 2015
92015
Home range occupation and habitat use of sable antelope in the O kavango D elta region of northern B otswana
MC Hensman, N Owen‐Smith, F Parrini, CM Bonyongo
African Journal of Ecology 52 (2), 237-245, 2014
92014
Geology drives the spatial patterning and structure of termite mounds in an African savanna
J Muvengwi, AB Davies, F Parrini, ETF Witkowski
Ecosphere 9 (3), e02148, 2018
82018
Contrasting termite diversity and assemblages on granitic and basaltic African savanna landscapes
J Muvengwi, AB Davies, F Parrini, ETF Witkowski
Insectes sociaux 65 (1), 25-35, 2018
72018
Disturbance and habitat factors in a small reserve: space use by establishing black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis)
K Odendaal-Holmes, JP Marshal, F Parrini
African Journal of Wildlife Research 44 (2), 148-160, 2014
72014
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