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Parasite-induced fruit mimicry in a tropical canopy ant.
Sodium shortage as a constraint on the carbon cycle in an inland tropical rainforest.
Canopy and litter ant assemblages share similar climate-species density relationships.
Potassium, phosphorus, or nitrogen limit root allocation, tree growth, or litter production in a lowland tropical forest.
A life history continuum in the males of a Neotropical ant assemblage: refuting the sperm vessel hypothesis.
Nutrient enrichment increased species richness of leaf litter fungal assemblages in a tropical forest.
Plant responses to fertilization experiments in lowland, species-rich, tropical forests.
Bottom-up and top-down regulation of decomposition in a tropical forest.
Multiple nutrients limit litterfall and decomposition in a tropical forest.
Biogeochemistry and the structure of tropical brown food webs.
Urine as an important source of sodium increases decomposition in an inland but not coastal tropical forest.
Energy gradients and the geographic distribution of local ant diversity.
Trees as templates for tropical litter arthropod diversity.
Scaling community structure: how bacteria, fungi, and ant taxocenes differentiate along a tropical forest floor.
Predation and patchiness in the tropical litter: do swarm-raiding army ants skim the cream or drain the bottle?
Fifty Years of Mountain Passes: A Perspective on Dan Janzen's Classic Article.