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Publications

Becker L, Blüthgen N, Drossel B (2022) Stochasticity leads to coexistence of generalists and specialists in assembling mutualistic communities. American Naturalist 200: 303-315

Booher DB, Hoenle PO (2021) A new species group of Strumigenys (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) from Ecuador, with a description of its mandible morphology. ZooKeys 1036: 1-19

Griesbaum F, Lindner T, Bock S, Ernst M, Neira-Salamea K, Moreira V, Erazo S, Penner J, Rödel MO (2023) Nine predation events by snakes from the Chocó rainforest of Ecuador. Herpetology Notes 16: 749-756

Hoenle PO, Donoso DA, Argoti A, Staab M, von Beeren C, Blüthgen N (2022) Rapid ant community reassembly in a Neotropical forest: Recovery dynamics and land-use legacy. Ecological Applications 32: e2559

Hoenle PO, Staab M, Donoso DA, Argoti A, Blüthgen N (2023) Stratification and recovery time jointly shape ant functional reassembly in a Neotropical forest. Journal of Animal Ecology 92: 1372-1387

Hoenle PO, Lattke J, Donoso D, von Beeren C, Heethoff M, Schmelzle S, Argoti A, Camacho L, Ströbel B, Blüthgen N (2020) Odontomachus davidsoni sp. nov. (Hymenoptera, Formicidae), a new conspicuous trap-jaw ant from Ecuador. ZooKeys 948: 75-105

Marín-Armijos D, Chamba-Carrillo A, Pedersen KM (2023) Morphometric changes on dung beetle Dichotomius problematicus (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae) related to conversion of forest into grassland: A case of study in the Ecuadorian Amazonia. Ecology and Evolution 13: e9831

Metz T, Blüthgen N, Drossel B (2023) Shifts from non-obligate generalists to obligate specialists in simulations of mutualistic network assembly. Oikos 2023: e09697

Müller J, Mitesser O, Schaefer HM, Seibold S, Busse A, Kriegel P, Rabl D, Gelis R,  Arteaga A, Freile J, Leite GA, Nascimento de Melo T, LeBien JG, Campos-Cerqueira M, Blüthgen N, Tremlett CJ, Böttger D, Feldhaar H, Grella N, Falconí-López A, Donoso DA, Moriniere J, Buřivalová Z (2023) Soundscapes and artificial intelligence provide powerful tools to track biodiversity recovery in tropical forests. Nature Communications 14: 6191

Pedersen KM, Blüthgen N (2022) Seed size and pubescence facilitate secondary dispersal by dung beetles. Biotropica 54: 215-225

Rödel M-O, Loaiza-Lange A, Penner J, Neira-Salamea KD, Salazar-Valenzuela D (2023) A mouth full of blood – autohaemorrhaging in three Ecuadorian snakes (Squamata: Colubridae & Tropidophiidae). Herpetology Notes 16: 25-30

Rödel MO, Bock S, Ernst M, Griesbaum F, Lindner T, Tartara A, Penner J, Neira-Salamea K (2024) Reproduction, development and morphological plasticity in the direct-developing frog Pristimantis rosadoi. Salamandra 60: 42–50

Thomas O, Preston S, Cole T, McDonald RV, Castellano I, Neira-Salamea K (2023) Records of seven species utilizing the upper canopy in Northwestern Ecuador. Reptiles & Amphibians 30: e19692

Villagomez G, Keller A, Rasmussen C, Lozano P, Donoso D, Blüthgen N, Leonhardt S (2024) Nutrients or resin? The relationship between resin and food foraging in stingless bees. Ecology and Evolution 14: e10879