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Total found: 215 records
Aguilar-Méndez M.J., Rosas-Mejía M., Vásquez-Bolanos M., González-Hernández G.A., Janda M. (2021) New distibutional records for ants and the evaluation of ant species richness and endemism patterns in Mexico. Biodiversity Data Journal 9: article number: e60630.
DOI: 10.3897/BDJ.9.e60630
Antoniazzi R., Guevara R., García-Franco J., Janda M., Leponce M., Dáttilo W. (2021) Environmental drivers of ant dominance in a tropical rainforest canopy at different spatial scales. Ecological Entomology 46: 440-450.
DOI: 10.1111/een.12988
Basset Y. F., Ré Jorge L., Butterill P. T., Lamarre G., Dahl C. N., Čtvrtečka R., Gripenberg S., Lewis O., Barrios H., Brown J. W., et al., Kaman O., Klimeš P., Knížek M., Miller S., Morse G.E., Novotný V., et al., Weiblen G., Wright S., Segar S.T. (2021) Host specificity and interaction networks of insect feeding on seeds and fruits in tropical rainforests. Oikos early view: DOI: 10.1111/oik.08152
Booher D.B., Gibson J.C., Liu C., Longino J., Fisher B., Janda M., Narula N., Toulkeridou E., Mikheyev A.S., Suarez A., Economo E. (2021) Functional innovation promotes diversification of form in the evolution of an ultrafast trap-jaw mechanism in ants. PLoS Biology 19: article number: e3001031 .
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.3001031
Boyle M., Bishop T., Luke S., van Breugel M., Evans T.A., Pfeifer M., Fayle T. M., et al. (2021) Localised climate change defines ant communities in human-modified tropical landscapes. Functional Ecology 35: 1094-1108.
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.13737
Klimeš P., Bishop T., Fayle T. M., Xing Shuang (2021) Reported climate change impacts on cloud forest ants are driven by sampling bias: a critical evaluation of Warne et al. (2020). Biotropica 53: 982-986.
DOI: 10.1111/btp.12952
Leponce M., Dejean A., Mottl O., Klimeš P. (2021) Rapid assessment of the three-dimensional distribution of dominant arboreal ants in tropical forests Insect Conservation and Diversity 14: 426-438.
DOI: 10.1111/icad.12486
Mertens J., Brisson L., Janeček Š., Klomberg Y., Maicher V., Sáfián S., Delabye S., Potocký P., Kobe I.N., Pyrcz T., Tropek R. (2021) Elevational and seasonal patterns of butterflies and hawkmoths in plant-pollinator networks in tropical rainforests of Mount Cameroon. Scientific Reports 11: 9710.
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-89012-x
Moses J., Fayle T. M., Novotný V., Klimeš P. (2021) Elevation and leaf litter interact in determining the structure of ant communities on a tropical mountain. Biotropica 53: 906-919.
DOI: 10.1111/btp.12914
Mottl O., Yombai J., Novotný V., Leponce, M.,, Weiblen George D., Klimeš P. (2021) Inter-specific aggression generates ant mosaics in canopies of primary tropical rainforest. Oikos 130: 1087–1099.
DOI: 10.1111/oik.08069
Rosas-Mejía M., Guénard B., Aguilar-Méndez M.J., Ghilardi A., Vásquez-Bolanos M., Economo E., Janda M. (2021) Alien ants (Formicidae: Hymenoptera) in Mexico – the first database of records. Biological Invasions 23: 1669-1680.
DOI: 10.1007/s10530-020-02423-1
Antoniazzi, R.,, García‐Franco, J., , Janda M., Leponce, M.,, Dáttilo, W., (2020) Diurnal foraging ant–tree co‐occurrence networks are similar between canopy and understorey in a Neotropical rain forest. Biotropica 52: 717-729.
DOI: 10.1111/btp.12773
Bartoš M., Janeček Š., Janečková P., Chmelová E., Tropek R., Götzenberger L., Klomberg Y., Jersáková J. (2020) Are reproductive traits related to pollen limitation in plants? A case study from a Central European meadow. Plants 9: 640.
DOI: 10.3390/plants9050640
Bartoš M., Janeček Š., Janečková P., Padyšáková E., Tropek R., Götzenberger L., Klomberg Y., Jersáková J. (2020) Self-compatibility and autonomous selfing of plants in meadow communities. Plant Biology 22: 120-128.
DOI: 10.1111/plb.13049
Bladon A.J., Lewis M., Bladon E.K., Buckton S.J., Corbett S., Ewing S.R., Hayes M.P., Hitchcock G.E., Knock R., Lucas C., McVeigh A., Menéndez R., Walker J.M., Fayle T. M., Turner E. (2020) How butterflies keep their cool: Physical and ecological traits influence thermoregulatory ability and population trends. Journal of Animal Ecology 89: 2440-2450.
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.13319
Chauviré B., Houadria M. Y. I., Donini A., Berger B.T., Rondeau B., Kritsky G., Lhuissier P. (2020) Arthropod entombment in weathering-formed opal: new horizons for recording life in rocks. Scientific Reports 10: article number: 10575.
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-020-67412-9
Dáttilo W., Vásquez-Bolanos M., Ahuatzin D.A., Antoniazzi R., et al., Janda M., Rojas P., Torres-Ricario R., et al. (2020) Mexico ants: incidence and abundance along the Nearctic‐Neotropical interface. Ecology 101: e02944.
DOI: 10.1002/ecy.2944
Delabye S., Maicher V., Sáfián S., Potocký P., Mertens J., Przybylowicz L., Murkwe M., Kobe I.N., Fokam E., Janeček Š., Tropek R. (2020) First records of 31 species of butterflies and moths (Lepidoptera) in Cameroon, with remarks on their elevational ranges. Biodiversity Data Journal 8: e50543.
DOI: 10.3897/BDJ.8.e50543
Dumbrell A., Turner E., Fayle T. M. (2020) Editors of series: Tropical Ecosystems in the 21st Century. In: Advances in Ecological Research. Academic Press. Volume 62. 494 pp.
Hood A.S.C., Advento A.D., Stone J., Fayle T. M., Fairnie A.L.M., Waters H.S., Foster W., Snaddon J., Ps S., Caliman J.-P., Naim M., Turner E. (2020) Removing understory vegetation in oil palm agroforestry reduces ground-foraging ant abundance but not species richness. Basic and Applied Ecology 48: 26-36.
DOI: 10.1016/j.baae.2020.07.002
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