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Dr. Constance Tremlett

Since 2021

Scientific Coordinator, Reassembly Ecuador


Conservation Scientist, RSPB, UK


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


Research Assistant, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, UK


Research Assistant, RSPB, UK


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 species interactions and movements, subsequent impacts on ecosystems, and conservation management.


I am passionate about conducting research with direct conservation benefits.


Research domains: 

Ecosystem services


Bats and birds

Species interactions



 Research projects  



(FOR 5207)







connie.tremlett (at)

B1|01, Room 264 

Dr. Constance Tremlett

Fachbereich Biologie

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Schnittspahnstr. 3

64287 Darmstadt



  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.        

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