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Ecosystem engineering and predation: the multi-trophic impact of two ant species

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Ecosystem engineering and predation: the multi-trophic impact of two ant species

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_860397315

Ecosystem engineering and predation: the multi-trophic impact of two ant species

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Ecosystem engineering and predation: the multi-trophic impact of two ant species

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Ecosystem engineering and predation: the multi-trophic impact of two ant species

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Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing

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The Journal of animal ecology, 2011, Vol.80 (3), p.569-576

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_860397315

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English

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Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing

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1. Ants are ubiquitous ecosystem engineers and generalist predators and are able to affect ecological communities via both pathways. They are likely to influence any other terrestrial arthropod group either directly or indirectly caused by their high abundance and territoriality. 2. We studied the impact of two ant species common in Central Europe,...

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Ecosystem engineering and predation: the multi-trophic impact of two ant species

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TN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_860397315

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0021-8790

E-ISSN

1365-2656

DOI

10.1111/j.1365-2656.2010.01796.x

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