Pedro Luna
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NEOTROPICAL CARNIVORES: a data set on carnivore distribution in the Neotropics
M Nagy‐Reis, JEF Oshima, CZ Kanda, FBL Palmeira, FR de Melo, ...
Ecology 101 (11), e03128, 2020
Mexico ants: incidence and abundance along the Nearctic–Neotropical interface
Ecology 101 (4), e02944, 2020
The dilemma of binary or weighted data in interaction networks
PN Miranda, JEL da Silva Ribeiro, P Luna, I Brasil, JHC Delabie, ...
Ecological Complexity 38, 1-10, 2019
Complex foraging ecology of the red harvester ant and its effect on the soil seed bank
P Luna, JH García-Chávez, W Dáttilo
Acta Oecologica 86, 57-65, 2018
Trait-mediated indirect interactions of ant shape on the attack of caterpillars and fruits
W Dáttilo, A Aguirre, PL De la Torre, LA Kaminski, J García-Chávez, ...
Biology letters 12 (8), 20160401, 2016
Structural changes over time in individual‐based networks involving a harvester ant, seeds, and invertebrates
DV Anjos, P Luna, CCR Borges, W Dáttilo, K Del‐Claro
Ecological Entomology 44 (6), 753-761, 2019
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
Temporal shifts in butterfly diversity: responses to natural and anthropic forest transitions
GM Lourenço, P Luna, R Guevara, W Dáttilo, AVL Freitas, SP Ribeiro
Journal of insect conservation 24 (2), 353-363, 2020
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
Ant occupation of twigs in the leaf litter of the Atlantic Forest: influence of the environment and external twig structure
TT Fernandes, W Dáttilo, RR Silva, P Luna, CM Oliveira, MSC Morini
Tropical Conservation Science 12, 1940082919852943, 2019
Beta diversity of ant-plant interactions over day-night periods and plant physiognomies in a semiarid environment
P Luna, Y Peñaloza-Arellanes, AL Castillo-Meza, JH García-Chávez, ...
Journal of Arid Environments 156, 69-76, 2018
Global trends in the trophic specialisation of flower‐visitor networks are explained by current and historical climate
P Luna, F Villalobos, F Escobar, FS Neves, W Dáttilo
Ecology Letters 25 (1), 113-124, 2022
Cohabitation and niche overlap in the occupation of twigs by arthropods in the leaf litter of Brazilian Atlantic Forest
TT Fernandes, W Dáttilo, RR Silva, P Luna, AB Braz
Insectes Sociaux, 1-9, 2020
Disentangling plant-animal interactions into complex networks: A multi-view approach and perspectives
P Luna, W Dáttilo
Plant-Animal Interactions: Source of Biodiversity, 2021
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
Climate and human influence shape the interactive role of the honeybee in pollination networks beyond its native distributional range
CP Cruz, P Luna, R Guevara, IA Hinojosa-Díaz, F Villalobos, W Dáttilo
Basic and Applied Ecology 63, 186-195, 2022
The Impact of the Honeybee Apis mellifera on the Organization of Pollination Networks Is Positively Related with Its Interactive Role throughout Its Geographic Range
W Dáttilo, CP Cruz, P Luna, B Ratoni, IA Hinojosa-Díaz, FS Neves, ...
Diversity 14 (11), 917, 2022
Neutral and niche‐based factors simultaneously drive seed and invertebrate removal by red harvester ants
P Luna, JH García‐Chávez, T Izzo, VJ Sosa, K Del‐Claro, W Dáttilo
Ecological Entomology 46 (4), 816-826, 2021
Similar topologies of individual‐based plant‐herbivorous networks in forest interior and anthropogenic edges
RL Carvalho, DV Anjos, R Fagundes, P Luna, SP Ribeiro
Austral Ecology 46 (3), 411-423, 2021
Recruitment and entropy decrease during trail formation by foraging ants
GM Lourenço, F Keesen, R Fagundes, P Luna, AC Silva, SP Ribeiro, ...
Insectes Sociaux 67, 59-69, 2020
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