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Processes entangling interactions in communities: forbidden links are more important than abundance in a hummingbird–plant network
Understanding the relative importance of multiple processes on structuring species interactions within communities is one of the major challenges in ecology. Here, we evaluated the relativeExpand
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Morphological and Spatio-Temporal Mismatches Shape a Neotropical Savanna Plant-Hummingbird Network
Complex networks of species interactions might be determined by species traits but also by simple chance meetings governed by species abundances. Although the idea that species traits structureExpand
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Floral resource availability and hummingbird territorial behaviour on a Neotropical savanna shrub
The influence of floral resource availability on behaviour and dominance hierarchy of hummingbirds has seldom been investigated in open tropical environments. We evaluated the behavioural changes ofExpand
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Geographical imbalances and divides in the scientific production of climate change knowledge
Abstract Studies on scientific production of climate change knowledge show a geographical bias against the developing and more vulnerable regions of the world. If there is limited knowledge exchangeExpand
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The integration of alien plants in mutualistic plant–hummingbird networks across the Americas: the importance of species traits and insularity
Aim: To investigate the role of alien plants in mutualistic plant–hummingbird networks, assessing the importance of species traits, floral abundance and insularity on alien plant integration.Expand
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Influences of sampling effort on detected patterns and structuring processes of a Neotropical plant-hummingbird network.
Virtually all empirical ecological interaction networks to some extent suffer from undersampling. However, how limitations imposed by sampling incompleteness affect our understanding of ecologicalExpand
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Plant-Pollinator Networks in the Tropics: A Review
Most tropical plants rely on animals for pollination, thus engaging in complex interaction networks. Here, we present a global overview of pollination networks and point out research gaps andExpand
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Temporal variation in plant–pollinator networks from seasonal tropical environments: Higher specialization when resources are scarce
The temporal dynamics of plant phenology and pollinator abundance across seasons should influence the structure of plant–pollinator interaction networks. Nevertheless, such dynamics are seldomExpand
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The macroecology of phylogenetically structured hummingbird–plant networks
Aim To investigate the association between hummingbird–plant network structure and species richness, phylogenetic signal on species' interaction pattern, insularity and historical and currentExpand
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Pollination syndromes ignored: importance of non-ornithophilous flowers to Neotropical savanna hummingbirds
Generalization prevails in flower–animal interactions, and although animal visitors are not equally effective pollinators, most interactions likely represent an important energy intake for the animalExpand
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