A pioneer of upper canopy research in rain forests

Stephen continues to publish occasionally. Here are the more recent papers.

  1. 2015  A Preliminary Guide to the Pyralid Moths of Borneo Part 1 pp. 89
  2. “Vertical distribution of beetles in a tropical rainforest in Sulawesi: the role of the canopy in contributing to biodiversity”
  3. “Species-volume relationships in tropical rainforest”
  4. Estimating Species Richness through Three Dimensions
  5. Training In Bird Identification for Mt. Kinabalu Guides
  6. A New World of Moths Explored across Three Continents (Pyraloidea)
  7. Davis et al. 2001 Dung beetles as indicators of change in the forests of northern Borneo.
  8. Davis Sutton 1998 The effects of rainforest canopy loss on arboreal dung beetles of Borneo: implications for the measurement of biodiversity in derived tropical ecosystems.
  9. Davis et al. Canopy Arthropods. The ecology and behaviour of arboreal dung beetles in Borneo.
    1. Davis et al. Canopy Arthropods (Part 1 of 3)
    2. Davis et al. Canopy Arthropods (Part 2 of 3)
    3. Davis et al. Canopy Arthropods (Part 3 of 3)
  10. Discovery of another fern-feeding group of moths: the larvae of Hoploscopini (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Pyraloidea) from Borneo
  11. ‘Natural Capital’ – A better term than ‘Natural Resources?’ • Third Country Training Programme TCTP2017 • Title of course: Integrated Biodiversity and Ecosystem Conservation Training Course
    1. Open in PDF file.
  12. ‘Improving rural village incomes and nature sustainability – Bird and nature guiding training’ A Pilot Project by the Rotary Club of Kota Kinabalu with assistance from Sunway Group
  13. Video of Kinabalu Birdwing female at Mount Kinabalu.
    1. Kinabalu Birdwing video
    2. Part 1 of 2 video
    3. Part 2 of 2 video
  14.  Bulletin of the British Myriapod & Isopod Group. Volume 30 (2018) “PER ISOPODA AD ASTRA” – 50 YEARS OF ISOPOD RECORDING Paul T. Harding

A complete updated list can be found in this Publications List.