Stephen continues to publish occasionally. Here are the more recent papers.
- 2015 A Preliminary Guide to the Pyralid Moths of Borneo Part 1 pp. 89
- “Vertical distribution of beetles in a tropical rainforest in Sulawesi: the role of the canopy in contributing to biodiversity”
- “Species-volume relationships in tropical rainforest”
- Estimating Species Richness through Three Dimensions
- Training In Bird Identification for Mt. Kinabalu Guides
- A New World of Moths Explored across Three Continents (Pyraloidea)
- Davis et al. 2001 Dung beetles as indicators of change in the forests of northern Borneo.
- 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.
- Davis et al. Canopy Arthropods. The ecology and behaviour of arboreal dung beetles in Borneo.
- Discovery of another fern-feeding group of moths: the larvae of Hoploscopini (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Pyraloidea) from Borneo
- ‘Natural Capital’ – A better term than ‘Natural Resources?’ • Third Country Training Programme TCTP2017 • Title of course: Integrated Biodiversity and Ecosystem Conservation Training Course
- ‘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
- Video of Kinabalu Birdwing female at Mount Kinabalu.
- 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.