N Philip Ashmole and Myrtle J Ashmole
Selected bibliography: St Helena and Ascension Island
Ashmole, N P (1962) The Black Noddy Anous tenuirostris on Ascension Island. Part 1. General biology. Ibis 103b: 235-273.
Ashmole, N P (1963) The biology of the Wideawake or Sooty Tern Sterna fuscata on Ascension Island. Ibis 103b: 297-364.
Ashmole, N P (1963) Sub-fossil bird remains on Ascension Island. Ibis 103b: 382-389.
Ashmole, N P (1963) The extinct avifauna of St Helena Island. Ibis 103b: 390-408.
Cullen, J M & Ashmole, N P (1963) The Black Noddy Anous tenuirostris on Ascension Island. Part 2. Behaviour. Ibis 103b: 423-446.
Dorward, D F & Ashmole, N P (1963) Notes on the biology of the Brown Noddy Anous stolidus on Ascension Island. Ibis 103b: 447-457.
Ashmole, N P (1963) The regulation of numbers of tropical oceanic birds. Ibis 103b: 458-473.
Ashmole, N P (1963) Molt and breeding in populations of the sooty tern Sterna fuscata. Postilla 76. 18 p.
Ashmole, N P (1965) Adaptive variation in the breeding regime of a tropical sea bird. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 53: 311-318.
Millidge, A F & Ashmole, N P (1994) A new genus and species of cave spider from Ascension Island (Araneae: Linyphiidae). Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 9: 221-223.
Ashmole, N P, Ashmole, M J & Simmons, K E L (1994) Seabird conservation and feral cats on Ascension Island, South Atlantic. Pp. 94-121 in Seabirds on Islands: Threats, Case Studies and Action Plans. Birdlife Conservation Series No. 1.
Bell, B D & Ashmole, P (1995) The feasibility of the eradication of feral cats and rats from Ascension Island. Report prepared on behalf of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. 127 p.
Merrett, P & Ashmole, N P (1997) Redescription of Catonetria caeca Millidge & Ashmole from Ascension Island (Araneae: Linyphiidae). Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society 10: 247-248.
Ashmole, N P & Ashmole, M J (1997) The land fauna of Ascension Island: new data from caves and lava flows, and a reconstruction of the prehistoric ecosystem. Journal of Biogeography 24: 549-589.