Dr. Constance Tremlett
CV                               

Since 2021

Scientific Coordinator, Reassembly Ecuador

2020-2021

Conservation Scientist, RSPB, UK

2015-2020

PhD at the University of Southampton: “The ecological and economic importance of bat pollination services in central Mexico”

2019

Research Assistant, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, UK

2015

Research Assistant, RSPB, UK

2012-2015

MRes Biodiversity and Conservation at the University of Leeds, UK

2006 - 2009

BSc Ecology and Conservation at the University of Sussex, UK

 

 

 Research interests     

 

I am interested in the ecology of oribatid mite communities in different forest microhabitats (litter, soil, dead wood, lichen, moss, tree bark) and their role as prey species in forest food-webs.

 

Research domains: 

Me

Myself

 

 

 

 

 

 Publications                
 Research projects  

 

DFG Research Unit REASSEMBLY 

(FOR 5207)

 

 

 

 

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Contact

 

connie.tremlett (at) gmail.com

B1|01, Room 264 

Dr. Constance Tremlett

Fachbereich Biologie

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Schnittspahnstr. 3

64287 Darmstadt

Germany

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  • Tremlett, C. J., Peh, K. S.-H., Zamora-Gutierrez, V. and Schaafsma, M. 2021. Value and benefit distribution of pollination services provided by bats in the production of cactus fruits in central Mexico. Ecosystem Services. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2020.101197

 

  • Tremlett, C. J., Moore, M., Chapman, M. A., Zamora-Gutierrez, V. and Peh, K. S.-H. 2020. Pollination by bats enhances both quality and yield of a major cash crop in Mexico. Journal of Applied Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.13545

 

  • Ratto, F., Simmons, B.I., Spake, R., Zamora‐Gutierrez, V., MacDonald, M.A., Merriman, J.C., Tremlett, C.J., Poppy, G.M., Peh, K.S.H. and Dicks, L.V. 2018. Global importance of vertebrate pollinators for plant reproductive success: a meta‐analysis. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 16: 82-90. https://doi.org/10.1002/fee.1763

 

  • S.J. Husson, S.H. Limin, Adul, N.S. Boyd, J.J. Brousseau, S.Collier, S.M. Cheyne, L.J.D’Arcy, R.A.Dow, N.W.Dowds, M.L.Dragiewicz, D.A.EhlersSmith, Iwan, Hendri, P.R. Houlihan, K.A. Jeffers, B.J.M. Jarrett, I.P. Kulu, H.C. Morrogh-Bernard, S.E. Page, E.D. Perlett, A.Purwanto, B.Ripoll Capilla, Salahuddin, Santiano, S.J.J. Schreven, M.J. Struebig, S.A. Thornton, C.Tremlett, Z.Yeen and M.E. Harrison. 2018. Biodiversity of the Sebangau tropical peat swamp forest, Indonesian Borneo. Mires and Peat. 22: 1-50. DOI: 10.19189/MaP.2018.OMB.352

 

  • Purwanto, A., F. A. Harsanto, N. C. Marchant, P. R. Houlihan, K. Ross*, C. Tremlett and M. E. Harrison. 2014. Standard Operating Procedure: Butterfly Canopy Trapping. Orangutan Tropical Peatland Project, Palangka Raya, Indonesia.     *née Brady.