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van der Niet, T; Hansen, D M; Johnson, S D (2011). Carrion mimicry in a South African orchid: flowers attract a narrow subset of the fly assemblage on animal carcasses. Annals of Botany, 107(6):981-992.

Griffiths, C J; Hansen, D M; Jones, C G; Zuël, N; Harris, S (2011). Resurrecting extinct interactions with extant substitutes. Current Biology, 21(9):762-765.

Hansen, D M; Donlan, C J; Griffiths, C J; Campbell, K J (2010). Ecological history and latent conservation potential: large and giant tortoises as a model for taxon substitutions. Ecograph, 33(2):272-284.

Kaiser-Bunbury, C N; Traveset, A; Hansen, D M (2010). Conservation and restoration of plant-animal mutualisms on oceanic islands. Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, 12(2):131-143.

Linnebjerg, J F; Hansen, D M; Bunbury, N; Olesen, J M (2010). Diet composition of the invasive red-whiskered bulbul Pycnonotus jocosus in Mauritius. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 26:347-350.

Hansen, D M (2009). Comments on the proposed conservation of usage of Testudo gigantea Schweigger, 1812 (currently Geochelone (Aldabrachelys) gigantea; Reptilia, Testudines). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 66(3):279.

Hansen, D M; Müller, C B (2009). Invasive ants disrupt gecko pollination and seed dispersal of the endangered plant Roussea simplex in Mauritius. Biotropica, 41(2):202-208.

Hansen, D M; Kaiser, C N; Müller, C B (2008). Seed dispersal and establishment of endangered plants on Oceanic Islands: the Janzen-Connell model, and the use of ecological analogues. PLoS ONE, 3(5):e2111.

Kaiser, C N; Hansen, D M; Müller, C B (2008). Exotic pest insects: another perspective on coffee and conservation. Oryx, 42(1):143-146.

Kaiser, C N; Hansen, D M; Müller, C B (2008). Habitat structure affects reproductive success of the rare endemic tree Syzygium mamillatum (Myrtaceae) in restored and unrestored sites in Mauritius. Biotropica, 40(1):86-94.

Hansen, D M; Kiesbüy, H C; Jones, C G; Müller, C B (2007). Positive indirect interactions between neighboring plant species via a lizard pollinator. American Naturalist, 169(4):534-542.

Hansen, D M; Olesen, J M; Mione, T; Johnson, S D; Müller, C B (2007). Coloured nectar: distribution, ecology, and evolution of an enigmatic floral trait. Biological Reviews, 82(1):83-111.

Hansen, D M; Olesen, J M (2007). Kan verdens største kødædende øgle mon lide frugt? Campus, (3):10.

Hansen, D M; Beer, K; Mueller, C B (2006). Mauritian coloured nectar no longer a mystery: a visual signal for lizard pollinators. Biology Letters, 2(2):165-168.

Hansen, D M (2006). Plants and Geckos - and how they interact. Kapisen Newsletter, (6):4-6.

Hansen, D M (2005). Pollination of enigmatic mauritian endemic roussea simplex (rousseaceae) : birds or geckos? Ecotropica, 11(1-2):69-72.

Dupont, Y L; Hansen, D M; Rasmussen, J T; Olesen, J M (2004). Evolutionary changes in nectar sugar composition associated with switches between bird and insect pollination: the Canarian bird-flower element revisited. Functional Ecology, 18(5):670-676.

Dupont, Y L; Hansen, D M; Valido, A; Olesen, J M (2004). Impact of introduced honey bees on native pollination interactions of the endemic Echium wildpretii (Boraginaceae) on Tenerife, Canary Islands. Biological Conservation, 118(3):301-311.

Dupont, Y L; Hansen, D M; Valido, A; Olesen, J M (2004). Introduced honeybees on islands: impacts on native pollination interactions. Ecologia Mediterranea, 30(2):236-237.

Dupont, Y L; Hansen, D M; Olesen, J M (2003). Structure of a plant–flower-visitor network in the high-altitude sub-alpine desert of Tenerife, Canary Islands. Ecography, 26(3):301-310.

Valido, A; Dupont, Y L; Hansen, D M (2002). Native birds and insects, and introduced honey bees visiting Echium wildpretii (Boraginaceae) in the Canary Islands. Acta Oecologica, 23(6):413-419.

Hansen, D M; Olesen, J M; Jones, C G (2002). Trees, birds and bees in Mauritius: exploitative competition between introduced honey bees and endemic nectarivorous birds? Journal of Biogeography, 29(5-6):721-734.

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