Ant-caterpillar antagonism at the community level : interhabitat variation of tritrophic interactions in a neotropical savanna

Ant-caterpillar antagonism at the community level : interhabitat variation of tritrophic interactions in a neotropical savanna

Sebastian F. Sendoya, Paulo S. Oliveira

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Agradecimentos: We thank N. Bluuthgen, L. A. Dyer, D. H. Feener, J. N. Holland, L. Jor-ge, S. Koptur, J. T. Longino, R. J. Marquis and M. Pareja for comments on the manuscript. G. Bieber, M. Vidal, A. Moreira, H. Soares, L. Sen-doya, M. Pareja and L. Kaminski helped in t

Ant foraging on foliage can substantially affect how phytophagous insects use host plants and represents a high predation risk for caterpillars, which are important folivores. Ant-plant-herbivore interactions are especially pervasive in cerrado savanna du

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Ant-caterpillar antagonism at the community level : interhabitat variation of tritrophic interactions in a neotropical savanna

Sebastian F. Sendoya, Paulo S. Oliveira


										

Ant-caterpillar antagonism at the community level : interhabitat variation of tritrophic interactions in a neotropical savanna

Sebastian F. Sendoya, Paulo S. Oliveira

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    Journal of animal ecology

    Vol. 84, no. 2 (Mar., 2015), p. 442-452