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Ant assemblage composition explains high predation pressure on artificial caterpillars during early night 期刊论文
ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY, 2020
Authors:  Liu, Xiang;  Wang, Zhenghong;  Huang, Chenyu;  Li, Manru;  Bibi, Farkhanda;  Zhou, Shurong;  Nakamura, Akihiro
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beta diversity  diel timescale  Formicidae  predator-prey interactions  species interactions  
Variation in trophic cascade strength is triggered by top-down process in an ant-wasp-fig system 期刊论文
OIKOS, 2019, 卷号: 128, 期号: 2, 页码: 185-195
Authors:  Wang, Bo;  Segar, Simon T.;  Deng, Gui-Zhong;  Luo, Tian-Xun;  Lin, Hua;  Peng, Yan-Qiong
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Predator-prey Interactions  Multivariate Analyses  Temporal Variation  Community  Dynamics  Ecology  Climate  Models  Vary  
Non-pollinating cheater wasps benefit from seasonally poor performance of the mutualistic pollinating wasps at the northern limit of the range of Ficus microcarpa 期刊论文
ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY, 2019, 卷号: 44, 期号: 6, 页码: 844-848
Authors:  Zhang, Ting;  Miao, Bai-Ge;  Wang, Bo;  Peng, Yan-Qiong;  Darwell, Clive T.
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Cheater  competition  competitive exclusion  Ficus  fig wasps  mutualism  phenology  reproductive success  
Contribution of conspecific soil microorganisms to tree seedling light responses: Insights from two tropical species with contrasting shade tolerance 期刊论文
ENVIRONMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL BOTANY, 2019, 卷号: 166, 期号: x, 页码: -
Authors:  Xi, Nianxun;  Bloor, Juliette M. G.;  Wang, Yan;  Chu, Chengjin
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Bauhinia brachycarpa  Bauhinia variegata  Growth rates  Functional traits  Light intensity  Nitrogen  Phosphorus  Plant-Soil feedback  Seedling morphology  
Novel cooperative antipredator tactics of an ant specialized against a snake 期刊论文
ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE, 2019, 卷号: 6, 期号: 8, 页码: -
Authors:  Jono, Teppei;  Kojima, Yosuke;  Mizuno, Takafumi
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cooperative behaviour  symbiosis  eusocial insect  Aphaenogaster  Madagascar  
When facilitation meets clonal integration in forest canopies 期刊论文
NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 2019, 期号: x, 页码: -
Authors:  Lu, Hua-Zheng;  Brooker, Rob;  Song, Liang;  Liu, Wen-Yao;  Sack, Lawren;  Zhang, Jiao-Lin;  Yu, Fei-Hai
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clonal growth  epiphyte  ferns  physiological integration  plant-plant interactions  positive interactions  
The nature of interspecific interactions and co-diversification patterns, as illustrated by the fig microcosm 期刊论文
NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 2019, 卷号: 224, 期号: 3, 页码: 1304-1315
Authors:  Wang, Ai-Ying;  Peng, Yan-Qiong;  Harder, Lawrence D.;  Huang, Jian-Feng;  Yang, Da-Rong;  Zhang, Da-Yong;  Liao, Wan-Jin
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co-diversification  competition  co-speciation  fig  fig wasp  host switching  mutualism  parasitism  
Identifying the mechanisms that shape fungal community and metacommunity patterns in Yunnan, China 期刊论文
FUNGAL ECOLOGY, 2019, 卷号: 42
Authors:  Beng, Kingsly C.;  Corlett, Richard T.
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Metacommunity structure  Karst  Soil pH  Dispersal limitation  Environmental filtering  Species distribution  Trophic guilds  Taxonomic groups  Tropics  Yunnan  
The nature of interspecific interactions and co-diversification patterns, as illustrated by the fig microcosm 期刊论文
NEW PHYTOLOGIST, 2019, 卷号: 224, 期号: 3, 页码: 1304-1315
Authors:  Wang, Ai-Ying;  Peng, Yan-Qiong;  Harder, Lawrence D.;  Huang, Jian-Feng;  Yang, Da-Rong;  Zhang, Da-Yong;  Liao, Wan-Jin
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co-diversification  competition  co-speciation  fig  fig wasp  host switching  mutualism  parasitism  
Non-pollinating cheater wasps benefit from seasonally poor performance of the mutualistic pollinating wasps at the northern limit of the range of Ficus microcarpa 期刊论文
ECOLOGICAL ENTOMOLOGY, 2019, 卷号: 44, 期号: 6, 页码: 844-848
Authors:  Zhang, Ting;  Miao, Bai-Ge;  Wang, Bo;  Peng, Yan-Qiong;  Darwell, Clive T.
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Cheater  competition  competitive exclusion  Ficus  fig wasps  mutualism  phenology  reproductive success