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José H Schoereder
José H Schoereder
Departamento de Biologia Geral, Universidade Federal de Viçosa
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Tree heterogeneity, resource availability, and larger scale processes regulating arboreal ant species richness
CR Ribas, JH Schoereder, M Pic, SM Soares
Austral Ecology 28 (3), 305-314, 2003
3402003
How pervasive is biotic homogenization in human‐modified tropical forest landscapes?
RRC Solar, J Barlow, J Ferreira, E Berenguer, AC Lees, JR Thomson, ...
Ecology Letters 18 (10), 1108-1118, 2015
2492015
Are all ant mosaics caused by competition?
CR Ribas, JH Schoereder
Oecologia 131 (4), 606-611, 2002
1672002
Biodiversity consequences of land-use change and forest disturbance in the Amazon: A multi-scale assessment using ant communities
RR de Castro Solar, J Barlow, AN Andersen, JH Schoereder, ...
Biological Conservation 197, 98-107, 2016
1452016
Should we use proportional sampling for species–area studies?
JH Schoereder, C Galbiati, CR Ribas, TG Sobrinho, CF Sperber, ...
Journal of Biogeography 31 (8), 1219-1226, 2004
1112004
Suitability of leguminous cover crop pollens as food source for the green lacewing Chrysoperla externa (Hagen)(Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
M Venzon, MC Rosado, DE Euzébio, B Souza, JH Schoereder
Neotropical Entomology 35, 371-376, 2006
992006
How large is large enough for insects? Forest fragmentation effects at three spatial scales
CR Ribas, TG Sobrinho, JH Schoereder, CF Sperber, C Lopes-Andrade, ...
Acta Oecologica 27 (1), 31-41, 2005
962005
Ant communities, environmental characteristics and their implications for conservation in the Brazilian Pantanal
CR Ribas, JH Schoereder
Biodiversity and Conservation 16 (5), 1511-1520, 2007
892007
Ant-nest distribution in a remnant of tropical rainforest in southeastern Brazil
SM Soares, JH Schoereder
Insectes Sociaux 48 (3), 280-286, 2001
892001
The arboreal ant community visiting extrafloral nectaries in the Neotropical cerrado savanna
C Ribas, P Oliveira, T Sobrinho, J Schoereder, M Madureira
Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews 3 (1), 3-27, 2010
872010
How predictable is the response of ant assemblages to natural forest recovery? Implications for their use as bioindicators
FA Schmidt, CR Ribas, JH Schoereder
Ecological Indicators 24, 158-166, 2013
832013
Colonization and extinction of ant communities in a fragmented landscape
JH Schoereder, TG Sobrinho, CR Ribas, RBF Campos
Austral Ecology 29 (4), 391-398, 2004
812004
Flora visitada pelas abelhas eussociais (Hymenoptera, Apidae) na Serra da Capivara, em Caatinga do Sul do Piauí
MCA Lorenzon, CAR Matrangolo, JH Schoereder
Neotropical Entomology 32, 27-36, 2003
772003
Comparison of the efficiency of flight-interception trap models for sampling Hymenoptera and other insects
WG Campos, D Pereira, JH Schoereder
Anais da Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil 29, 381-389, 2000
722000
Edge and shape effects on ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) species richness and composition in forest fragments
TG Sobrinho, JH Schoereder
Biodiversity and Conservation 16 (5), 1459-1470, 2007
712007
Effects of host plant architecture on colonization by galling insects
APA Araújo, JDA De Paula, MAA Carneiro, JH Schoereder
Austral Ecology 31 (3), 343-348, 2006
702006
Litter decomposition in semideciduous forest and Eucalyptus spp. crop in Brazil: a comparison
JNC Louzada, JH Schoereder, P De Marco Jr
Forest ecology and Management 94 (1-3), 31-36, 1997
701997
New data and comments on scarabaeidae (Coleoptera: Scarabaeoidea) associated with attini (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
FZ Vaz-de-Mello, JNC Louzada, JH Schoereder
The Coleopterists' Bulletin, 209-216, 1998
681998
Does fragmentation alter species composition in ant communities (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)?
TG Sobrinho, JH Schoereder, CF Sperber, MS Madureira
Sociobiology 42 (2), 329-342, 2003
562003
Seasonality in neotropical populations of Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera): resource availability and migration
WG Campos, JH Schoereder, OF DeSouza
Population Ecology 48 (2), 151-158, 2006
552006
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