Assist. Prof. Dr. Alyssa Stewart

Department of Plant Science,
Faculty of Science, Mahidol University, Thailand
Building N, 2nd Floor, Room N203/3 (Phayathai campus)
Building SC2, 2nd Floor, Room 241 (Salaya campus)
Tel: +66 2 2015232
Fax: +66 2 3547172


Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park, USA
B.Sc., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA


pollination ecology, plant-animal interactions, bees, nectar bats, biodiversity and conservation


Stewart AB, Sritongchuay T, Teartisup P, Kaewsomboon S, Bumrungsri S. 2018.  Habitat and landscape factors influence pollinators in a tropical megacity, Bangkok, Thailand. PeerJ, 6:e5335. LINK
Stewart AB, Dudash MR. 2018. Foraging strategies of generalist and specialist Old World nectar bats in response to temporally variable floral resources. Biotropica, 50:98-105. LINK
Wayo K, Phankaew C, Stewart AB, Bumrungsri S. 2018. Bees are supplementary pollinators of self-compatible chiropterophilous durian. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 34:41-52. LINK
Stewart AB, Dudash MR. 2017. Field evidence of strong differential pollen placement by Old World bat-pollinated plants. Annals of Botany, 119:73-79. LINK
Stewart AB, Dudash MR. 2017. Flower-visiting bat species contribute unequally towards agricultural pollination ecosystem services in southern Thailand. Biotropica, 49:239–248. LINK
Stewart AB, Dudash MR. 2016. Differential pollen placement on an Old World nectar bat increases pollination efficiency. Annals of Botany, 117:145-152. LINK
Sritongchuay T, Gale GA, Stewart AB, Kerdkaew T, Bumrungsri S. 2014. Seed rain in abandoned clearings in a lowland evergreen rain forest in southern Thailand. Tropical Conservation Science, 7:572-585. LINK
Stewart AB, Makowsky R, Dudash MR. 2014. Differences in foraging times between two feeding guilds within Old World fruit bats (Pteropodidae) in southern Thailand. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 30:249-257. LINK