Charles Clarke

ALTTEXTGOESHERE

Adjunct Research Fellow

PhD in Ecosystem Management (University of New England, Australia)
Email:charles.clarke@monash.edu

Plant Conservation Biology, community ecology, ecosystem management, animal-plant interactions and taxonom

Selected Journal Papers

Moran JA, Clarke C, Gowen BE. 2012. The use of light in prey capture by the tropical pitcher plant Nepenthes aristolochioides. Plant Signaling & Behavior 7(8): published online/page numbers pending.

Clarke C, Lee CC. 2012. A revision of Nepenthes (Nepenthaceae) from Gunung Tahan, Malaysia. Gardens Bulletin Singapore 64: 33-49.

Lim SL, WuTY, Sim EYS, Lim PN, Clarke C. 2012. Biotransformation of risk husk into organic fertilizer through vermicomposting. Ecological Engineering 41: 60-64.

Clarke C, Moran JA, Lee CC. 2011. Nepenthes baramensis (Nepenthaceae) – a new species from north-western Borneo. Blumea 56: 229–233.   

Clarke C, Moran JA. 2011. Incorporating ecological context: a revised protocol for the preservation of Nepenthes pitcher plant specimens (Nepenthaceae). Blumea 56: 225–228.

Greenwood M, Clarke C, Lee CC, Gunsalam A, Clarke R. 2011. A unique resource mutualism between the giant Bornean pitcher plant, Nepenthes rajah, and members of a small mammal community. PLoS ONE 6(6): e21114.

Clarke C, Moran JA, Chin L. 2010. Interactions between tree shrews and pitcher plants: perspectives and avenues for future research. Plant Signaling & Behavior 5(10): 1187–1189.

Moran JA, Clarke C. 2010. The carnivorous syndrome in Nepenthes pitcher plants – current state of knowledge and potential future directions. Plant Signaling & Behavior 5(6):    644    – 648.

Chin L, Moran JA, Clarke C. 2010. Trap Geometry in three giant montane pitcher plant species from Borneo is a function of tree shrew body size. New Phytologist 186(2): 461–470.

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