Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Introducción a las hormigas de la región Neotropical
An optimality criterion to determine areas of endemism.
A formal method was developed to determine areas of endemism. The study region is divided into cells, and the number of species that can be considered as endemic is counted for a given set of cells… Expand
Detecting areas of endemism with a taxonomically diverse data set: plants, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, and insects from Argentina
The idea of an area of endemism implies that different groups of plants and animals should have largely coincident distributions. This paper analyses an area of 1152 000 km2, between parallels 21 and… Expand
Habitat and Grazing Influence on Terrestrial Ants in Subtropical Grasslands and Savannas of Argentina
- Luis A. Calcaterra, Sonia M. Cabrera, F. Cuezzo, Ignacio Jiménez Pérez, Juan A. Briano
- 29 June 2010
ABSTRACT The maintenance of species diversity in modified and natural habitats is a central focus of conservation biology. The Iberá Nature Reserve (INR) protects highly diverse ecosystems in… Expand
Ground Ant Diversity (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in the Iberá Nature Reserve, the Largest Wetland of Argentina
ABSTRACT The Iberá Nature Reserve in northeastern Argentina protects one of the largest freshwater wetlands and reservoirs of species in South America. However, key invertebrate groups such as the… Expand
The Ant Genus Dorymyrmex Mayr (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dolichoderinae) in Colombia
The aim of this paper is to actualize the taxonomy of Dorymyrmex, by addressing problems at both the genus and the species levels. We also explore the taxonomy and distribution of Dorymyrmex in… Expand
Diet in two syntopic neotropical lizard species of Liolaemus (Liolaemidae): interspecific and intersexual differences
The study of the diet of a species can help us understand its natural history and strategies involved in searching for food. Here we describe the diets of two syntopic lizard species from… Expand
Can insect data be used to infer areas of endemism? An example from the Yungas of Argentina.
El objetivo principal de este trabajo es analizar si las areas de endemismo pueden ser caracterizadas cuantitativamente utilizando insectos, los cuales generalmente se encuentran mucho mas pobremente… Expand
Rediscovery of a fossil dolichoderine ant lineage (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dolichoderinae) and a description of a new genus from South America
We describe a new genus, Gracilidris Wild & Cuezzo gen. nov., and a new species, G. pombero Wild and Cuezzo sp. nov., of dolichoderine ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dolichoderinae) from Paraguay,… Expand
Hormigas (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) de la provincia de Santa Fe, Argentina
The present paper provides an updated faunistic list of the subfamilies, tribes, genera and species of ants of Santa Fe province, Argentina. To a great exten...