Dr. Mickal Yann Isani Houadria, PhD

Job Position: Research Scientist - Laboratory of Ecology and Evolution of Social Insects

Contact details

Phone: +420 387775378
E-mail: mickal.houadria@free.fr


Trophic and temporal specialization in tropical ants and its relation to species coexistence and ecosystem functioning

Total found: 9 records
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
Houadria M. Y. I., Feldhaar H., Fiala B., Leština D., Chuang A., Salleh A., Justin H., Kokořová P., Fayle T. M. (2020) Reduced benefits of ant occupation for ant-trees in oil palm compared with heavily logged forest. Symbiosis 81 : 79-91.
DOI: 10.1007/s13199-020-00684-x
Houadria M. Y. I., Menzel F. (2020) Temporal and dietary niche is context-dependent in tropical ants. Ecological Entomology 45 : 761-770.
DOI: 10.1111/een.12857
Souto-Vilarós D., Houadria M. Y. I., Michálek J., Sisol M., Isua B., Kuyaiva T., Weiblen G., Novotný V., Segar S. T. (2020) Contrasting patterns of fig wasp ccommunities along Mt. Wilhelm, Papua New Guinea. Biotropica 52 : 323-334.
DOI: 10.1111/btp.12763
Grevé M.E., Houadria M. Y. I., Andersen A., Menzel F. (2019) Niche differentiation in rainforest ant communities across three continents. Ecology and Evolution 9 : 8601-8615.
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5394
Houadria M. Y. I., Klimeš P., Fayle T. M., Gullan P.J. (2018) Host-plant dissections reveal contrasting distributions of Crematogaster ants and their symbionts in two myrmecophytic Macaranga species. Ecological Entomology 43 : 601-611.
DOI: 10.1111/een.12633
Houadria M. Y. I., Menzel F. (2017) What determines the importance of a species for ecosystem processes? Insights from tropical ant assemblages. Oecologia 184 : 885-899.
DOI: 10.1007/s00442-017-3900-x
Salas-Lopez A., Houadria M. Y. I., Menzel F., Orivel J. (2017) Ant-mediated ecosystem processes are driven by trophic community structure but mainly by the environment. Oecologia 183 : 249-261.
DOI: 10.1007/s00442-016-3741-z
Houadria M. Y. I., Blüthgen N., Salas-Lopez A., Schmitt M.-I., Arndt J., Schneider E., Orivel J., Menzel F. (2016) The relation between circadian asynchrony, functional redundancy, and trophic performance in tropical ant communities. Ecology 97 : 225-235.
DOI: 10.1890/14-2466.1


Biology Centre CAS
Institute of Entomology
Branišovská 1160/31
370 05 České Budějovice

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