Reuber Antoniazzi
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Geographical and altitudinal distribution of Brachycephalus (Anura: Brachycephalidae) endemic to the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest
MR Bornschein, CR Firkowski, R Belmonte-Lopes, L Corrêa, LF Ribeiro, ...
PeerJ 4, e2490, 2016
Mexico ants: incidence and abundance along the Nearctic–Neotropical interface
W Dáttilo, M Vásquez‐Bolaños, DA Ahuatzin, R Antoniazzi, ...
Ecology 101 (4), e02944, 2020
A Useful Guide of Main Indices and Software Used for Ecological Networks Studies
RL Antoniazzi-Jr, W Dáttilo, V Rico-Gray
Ecological Networks in the Tropics An Integrative Overview of Species …, 2018
Ant species richness and interactions in canopies of two distinct successional stages in a tropical dry forest
R Antoniazzi, RNSL Garro, W Dáttilo, SP Ribeiro, FS Neves
The Science of Nature 106 (5), 20, 2019
Spatiotemporal dynamics of the ant community in a dry forest differ by vertical strata but not by successional stage
FS Neves, R Antoniazzi, F Camarota, FT Pacelhe, S Powell
Biotropica 53 (2), 372-383, 2021
Measuring and linking the missing part of biodiversity and ecosystem function: The diversity of biotic interactions
P Luna, EJ Corro, R Antoniazzi, W Dáttilo
Diversity 12 (3), 86, 2020
Climate variability and aridity modulate the role of leaf shelters for arthropods: A global experiment
GQ Romero, T Gonçalves‐Souza, T Roslin, RJ Marquis, NAC Marino, ...
Global change biology 28 (11), 3694-3710, 2022
ATLANTIC ANTS: a data set of ants in Atlantic Forests of South America
RR Silva, F Martello, RM Feitosa, OGM Silva, LP do Prado, CRF Brandão, ...
Ecology 103 (2), e03580, 2022
Diurnal foraging ant-tree co-occurrence networks are similar between canopy and understorey in a Neotropical rain forest
R Antoniazzi, J Garcia-Franco, M Janda, M Leponce, W Dattilo
Biotropica 52 (4), 717-729, 2020
On the effectiveness of hand collection to complement baits when studying ant vertical stratification in tropical rainforests
R Antoniazzi, D Ahuatzin, J Pelayo-Martínez, L Ortiz-Lozada, M Leponce, ...
Sociobiology 67 (2), 213-222, 2020
The risk of use small matrices to measure specialization in host–parasite interaction networks: a comment to Rivera-García et al.(2016)
P Luna, EJ Corro, DA Ahuatzin-Flores, RL Antoniazzi, N Barrozo, ...
Parasitology 144 (8), 1102-1106, 2017
Distance–decay patterns differ between canopy and ground ant assemblages in a tropical rainforest
R Antoniazzi, AB Viana-Junior, J Pelayo-Martínez, L Ortiz-Lozada, ...
Journal of Tropical Ecology 36 (5), 234-242, 2020
Environmental drivers of ant dominance in a tropical rainforest canopy at different spatial scales
R Antoniazzi, R Guevara, J García‐Franco, M Janda, M Leponce, ...
Ecological Entomology 46 (2), 440-450, 2021
Discovery-defense strategy as a mechanism of social foraging of ants in tropical rainforest canopies
R Antoniazzi, F Camarota, M Leponce, W Dáttilo
Behavioral Ecology 32 (5), 1022-1031, 2021
Suspended leaf litter in an understorey treelet as habitat extension for ground-dwelling ants in the Atlantic Forest, south-eastern Brazil
LE Macedo-Reis, AC Leite, TJ Guerra, R Antoniazzi, F de Siqueira Neves
Journal of Tropical Ecology 35 (5), 247-250, 2019
Pollinator-flower interactions in gardens during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown of 2020
J Ollerton, J Trunschke, K Havens, P Landaverde-González, A Keller, ...
Journal of Pollination Ecology 31, 87-96, 2022
Subtle structures with not‐so‐subtle functions: A data set of arthropod constructs and their host plants
CC Pereira, S Novais, M Barbosa, D Negreiros, T Gonçalves‐Souza, ...
Ecology 103 (4), e3639, 2022
Mexico's Ants: Who are They and Where do They Live?
W Dáttilo, M Vásquez‐Bolaños, D Ahuatzin, R Antoniazzi, ...
Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 101 (2), 2020
Scattered trees as crucial elements in maintaining urban diversity: A case study with canopy ants in a biodiversity hotspot
RG Mendonça-Santos, R Antoniazzi, F Camarota, YT dos Reis, ...
Acta Oecologica 118, 103894, 2023
Tree density and forest stratification shape ant assemblages in Brazilian Pantanal forest patches
LGR Oliveira-Santos, R Antoniazzi, R Loyola, AB Vargas
International Journal of Tropical Insect Science 42 (3), 2351-2363, 2022
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