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- LANGE, DENISE, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Ecological entomology 2017 v.42 no.6 pp. 827-837
- Membracidae; flowers; host plants; insects; mathematical theory; phenology; plant-insect relations; species diversity; toxic substances; tropical rain forests; vegetative growth
- ... Several studies have recently focused on the structural pattern of plant–insect interaction networks. However, insects and plants have dynamic cycles and differ in their level of specialisation over time, space, and scales. Thus, it is expected that sap‐sucking insects, such as treehoppers, and plants will not share similar patterns of interactions in all phenological stages of the plants. It was ...
- LANGE, DENISE, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Ecological entomology 2013 v.38 no.5 pp. 463-469
- correlation; nectar secretion; nectaries; phenology; plant communities; savannas; temporal variation
- ... Temporal variation has been one remarkable feature of ecological interactions. In ant–plant mutualism, this variation is widely known, although little is understood about the mechanisms that shape these variations. This study tested whether or not the phenology of extrafloral nectaries (EFNs) influences the temporal variation of two properties of an ant–plant interaction network. The network under ...