Items where Author is "Weiblen, G.D."

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Volf, M., Laitila, J.E., Kim, J., Sam, L., Sam, K., Isua, B., Sisol, M., Wardhaugh, C.W., Vejmelka, F., Miller, S.E., Weiblen, G.D., Salminen, J., Novotny, V. and Segar, S.T. (2020) Compound specific trends of chemical defences in Ficus along an elevational gradient reflect a complex selective landscape. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 46 (4). pp. 442-454.

Souto‐Vilarós, D., Houadria, M., Michalek, J., Sisol, M., Isua, B., Kuyaiva, Thomas, Weiblen, G.D., Novotny, V. and Segar, S.T. (2020) Contrasting patterns of fig wasp communities along Mt. Wilhelm, Papua New Guinea. Biotropica, 52 (2). pp. 323-334.

Souto‐Vilarós, D., Machac, A., Michalek, J., Darwell, C.T., Sisol, M., Kuyaiva, T., Isua, B., Weiblen, G.D., Novotny, V. and Segar, S.T. (2019) Faster speciation of fig‐wasps than their host figs leads to decoupled speciation dynamics: snapshots across the speciation continuum. Molecular Ecology.

Dahl, C., Ctvrtecka, R., Gripenberg, S., Lewis, O.T., Segar, S.T., Klimes, P., Sam, K., Rinan, D., Filip, J,, Kongnoo, P., Panmeng, M., Putnaul, S., Reungaew, M., Rivera, M., Barrios, H., Davies, S.J., Bunyavejchewin, S., Wright, J.S., Weiblen, G.D., Vojtech, N. and Basset, Y. (2019) The insect‐focused classification of fruit syndromes in tropical rain forests: An inter‐continental comparison. Biotropica.

Redmond, C.M., Auga, J., Gewa, B., Segar, S.T., Miller, S.E., Molem, K., Weiblen, G.D., Butterill, P.T., Maiyah, G., Hood, A.S.C., Volf, M., Jorge, L.R., Basset, Y. and Novotny, V. (2019) High specialization and limited structural change in plant‐herbivore networks along a successional chronosequence in tropical montane forest. Ecography, 42 (1). pp. 162-172.

Volf, M., Segar, S.T., Miller, S.E., Isua, B., Sisol, M., Aubona, G., Šimek, P., Moos, M., Laitila, J., Kim, J., Zima, J., Rota, J., Weiblen, G.D., Wossa, S., Salminen, J., Basset, Y., Novotny, V. and Turlings, T. (2017) Community structure of insect herbivores is driven by conservatism, escalation and divergence of defensive traits in Ficus. Ecology Letters, 21 (1). pp. 83-92.

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