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Celkem nalezeno: 162 záznamů
Dahl C. N., Čtvrtečka R., Gripenberg S., Lewis O., Segar S. T., Klimeš P., Sam K., Rinan D., et al., Novotný V., Basset Y. F. (2019) The insect-focused classification of fruit syndromes in tropical rain forests: An inter-continental comparison. Biotropica 51: 39-49.
DOI: 10.1111/btp.12622
Economo E., Huang J.-P., Fischer G., Sarnat E., Narula N., Janda M., Guénard B., Longino J., Knowles L. (2019) Evolution of the latitudinal diversity gradient in the hypediversite ant genus Pheidole. Global Ecology and Biogeography 28: 456-470.
DOI: 10.1111/geb.12867
Janda M., Rosas-Mejía M., Corcuera P., Aguilar-Méndez M.J., Vásquez-Bolanos M., Tafoya-Alvarado Y. (2019) Diversity and community structure of ants in the Cuatro Ciénegas Basin, Coahuila, Mexico. In: Álvarez F. & Ojeda M. (eds): Animal Diversity and Biogeography of the Cuatro Ciénegas Basin, Springer , Switzerland, 231 pp., ISBN 978-3-030-11261-5. (kapitola v knize) 129-145.
Klimeš P., Fayle T. M., Jacquemin J., Moses J., Mottl O., Orivel J., Novotný V., Leponce M. (2019) How much does a tropical forest elevational gradient contribute to biodiversity? Insights from the ant communities of Mt. Wilhelm. Joint Meeting between the British Ecological Society Tropical Ecology Group and the Society for Tropical Ecology. 9.-12.4.2019. Edinburgh, UK
Maicher V., Sáfián S., Murkwe M., Delabye S., Przybylowicz L., Potocký P., Kobe I.N., Janeček Š., Mertens J., Fokam E., Pyrcz T., Doležal J., Altman J. , Hořák D., Fiedler K., Tropek R. (2019) Seasonal shifts of biodiversity patterns and species’ elevation ranges of butterflies and moths along a complete rainforest elevational gradient on Mount Cameroon Journal of Biogeography in press.
Mottl O., Plowman N., Novotný V., Gewa B., Rimandai M., Klimeš P. (2019) Secondary succession has surprisingly low impact on arboreal ant communities in tropical montane rainforest. Ecosphere 10: e02848.
DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.2848
Mottl O., Yombai J., Fayle T. M., Novotný V., Klimeš P. (2019) Experiments with artificial nests provide evidence for ant community stratification and nest site limitation in a tropical forest. Biotropica In press: DOI: 10.1111/btp.12684
Steidinger B.S., Crowther T.W., Liang J., Van Nuland M.E., Werner G.D.A., Reich P.B., Nabuurs G., de-Miguel S., Zhou M., Picard N., Herault B., Zhao X., Zhang C., Routh D., GFBI consortium including, Fayle T. M., Peay K.G. (2019) Climatic controls of decomposition drive the global biogeography of forest-tree symbioses. Nature 569: 404-408.
DOI: 10.1038/s41586-019-1128-0
Tůma J., Fleiss S., Eggleton P., Frouz J., Klimeš P., Lewis O., Yusah K., Fayle T. M. (2019) Logging of rainforest and conversion to oil palm reduces bioturbator diversity but not levels of bioturbation. Applied Soil Ecology 144: 123-133.
DOI: 10.1016/j.apsoil.2019.07.002
Arnan X., Andersen, A. N., Gibb H., Parr C. L., Sanders N., Dunn R., Angulo E., Baccaro F., Bishop T., Boulay R., Castracani C., Cerda X., Del Toro I., Delsinne T., Donoso D., Elten E.K., Fayle T. M., Fitzpatrick M., Gómez C., Grasso D.A., Grossman B., Guénard B., Gunawardene N., Heterick B., Hoffmann B., Janda M., Jenkins C.N., Klimeš P., Lach L., Laeger T., Leponce M., Lucky A., Majer J., Menke S., Mezger D., Mori A., Moses J., Munyai T., Paknia O., Pfeiffer M., Philpott S.M., Souza J.L.P., Tista M., Vasconcelos H., Retana J. (2018) Dominance-diversity relationships in ant communities differ with invasion. Global Change Biology 24: 4614–4625.
DOI: 10.1111/gcb.14331
Basset Y. F., Dahl C. N., Čtvrtečka R., Gripenberg S., Lewis O., Segar S. T., Klimeš P., Barrios H., Brown J. W., Bunyavejchewin S., Butcher B., Cognato A., Davies S., Kaman O., Knížek M., Miller Scott E., Morse G. E., Novotný V., Pongpattananurak N., Pramual P., Quicke D., Robbins R. K., Sakchoowong W., Schutze M., Vesterinen E. J., Wang W., Wang Y., Weiblen G., Wright J. S. (2018) A cross-continental comparison of assemblages of seed- and fruit-feeding insects in tropical rain forests: Faunal composition and rates of attack. Journal of Biogeography 45: 1395-1407.
DOI: 10.1111/jbi.13211
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
Klimeš P. (2018) Ant-trophobiont interactions inside nests in tropical trees: opening the black box. 55th ATBC Annual Meeting, Kuching - Malaysia, 30.6.-5.7. 2018. Program & Abstracts, paper n#144
Klimeš P., Borovanská M., Plowman N., Leponce M. (2018) How common is trophobiosis with hoppers (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha) inside ant nests (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)? Novel interactions from New Guinea and a world-wide overview. Myrmecological News 26: 31-45.
Matos Maravi P. F., Clouse R., Sarnat E., Economo E., LaPolla J.S., Borovanská M., Rabeling C., Czekanski-Moir J., Latumahina F., Wilson E., Janda M. (2018) An ant genus-group (Prenolepis) illuminates the biogeography and drivers of insect diversification in the Indo-Pacific. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 123: 16-25.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ympev.2018.02.007
Matos Maravi P. F., Matzke N.J., Larabee F., Clouse R. M., Wheeler W.C. , Sorger D.M., Suarez A., Janda M. (2018) Taxon cycle predictions supported by model-based inference in Indo-Pacific trap-jaw ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Odontomachus). Molecular Ecology 27: 4090-4107.
DOI: 10.1111/mec.14835
Moradi J., Potocký P., Kočárek P., Bartuška M., Tajovský K., Tichánek F., Frouz J., Tropek R. (2018) Influence of surface flattening on biodiversity of terrestrial arthropods during early stages of brown coal spoil heap restoration. Journal of Environmental Management 220: 1-7.
DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.05.006
Novais S., Macedo-Reis L.E., Cristobal-Peréz E.J., Sánchez-Montoya G., Janda M., Neves F., Quesada M. (2018) Positive effects of the catastrophic Hurricane Patricia on insect communities. Scientific Reports 8: article number 15042.
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-33210-7
Orivel J., Klimeš P., Novotný V., Leponce M. (2018) Resource use and food preferences in understorey ant communities along a complete elevational gradient in Papua New Guinea. Biotropica 50: 641-648.
DOI: 10.1111/btp.12539
Philip A.J., Fayle T. M., Yusah K. (2018) Selectively logging old growth rain forest twice changes canopy ant species composition, while conversion to oil palm changes composition and reduces species richness and diversity. Journal of Tropical Biology and Conservation 15: 139-154.
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