Laia Mestre
Laia Mestre
Institute for Environmental Sciences, University of Koblenz-Landau
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Bird and bat predation services in tropical forests and agroforestry landscapes
B Maas, DS Karp, S Bumrungsri, K Darras, D Gonthier, JCC Huang, ...
Biological Reviews 91 (4), 1081-1101, 2016
Seasonal shifts and complementary use of pollen sources by two bees, a lacewing and a ladybeetle species in European agricultural landscapes
C Bertrand, PW Eckerter, L Ammann, MH Entling, E Gobet, F Herzog, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (11), 2431-2442, 2019
Methods to identify the prey of invertebrate predators in terrestrial field studies
K Birkhofer, H Bylund, P Dalin, O Ferlian, V Gagic, PA Hambäck, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (6), 1942-1953, 2017
Both woody and herbaceous semi-natural habitats are essential for spider overwintering in European farmland
L Mestre, J Schirmel, J Hetz, S Kolb, SC Pfister, M Amato, L Sutter, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 267, 141-146, 2018
Food stress during juvenile and maternal development shapes natal and breeding dispersal in a spider
L Mestre, D Bonte
Behavioral Ecology 23 (4), 759-764, 2012
Trait‐mediated effects between predators: ant chemical cues induce spider dispersal
L Mestre, R Bucher, MH Entling
Journal of Zoology 293 (2), 119-125, 2014
Effects of ant competition and bird predation on the spider assemblage of a citrus grove
L Mestre, J Piñol, JA Barrientos, A Cama, X Espadaler
Basic and Applied Ecology 13 (4), 355-362, 2012
Settling where the food is: prey abundance promotes colony formation and increases group size in a web-building spider
L Mestre, Y Lubin
Animal Behaviour 81 (4), 741-748, 2011
Trophic structure of the spider community of a Mediterranean citrus grove: A stable isotope analysis
L Mestre, J Piñol, JA Barrientos, X Espadaler, K Brewitt, C Werner, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 14 (5), 413-422, 2013
Saproxylic biodiversity and decomposition rate decrease with small-scale isolation of tree hollows
L Mestre, N Jansson, T Ranius
Biological Conservation 227, 226-232, 2018
Differential ant exclusion from canopies shows contrasting top-down effects on community structure
L Mestre, J Piñol, JA Barrientos, X Espadaler
Oecologia 180, 193-203, 2016
Non‐consumptive effects between predators depend on the foraging mode of intraguild prey
L Mestre, N Narimanov, F Menzel, MH Entling
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (7), 1690-1700, 2020
Insights into aphid prey consumption by ladybirds: Optimising field sampling methods and primer design for high throughput sequencing
L Ammann, R Moorhouse-Gann, J Cuff, C Bertrand, L Mestre, NP Hidalgo, ...
PloS one 15 (7), e0235054, 2020
Ant exclusion in citrus over an 8-year period reveals a pervasive yet changing effect of ants on a Mediterranean spider assemblage
L Mestre, J Piñol, JA Barrientos, X Espadaler
Oecologia 173, 239-248, 2013
Bird predation affects diurnal and nocturnal web-building spiders in a Mediterranean citrus grove
L Mestre, N Garcia, JA Barrientos, X Espadaler, J Piñol
Acta Oecologica 47, 74-80, 2013
Disentangling the roles of electric fields and wind in spider dispersal experiments
N Narimanov, D Bonte, P Mason, L Mestre, MH Entling
The Journal of Arachnology 49 (3), 380-383, 2021
Fragmentation effects on dead wood dependent species associated with disturbed forest habitats: implications for stump harvesting
T Ranius, L Mestre, C Bouget, M Schroeder
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 32 (3), 260-267, 2017
First case of attack of an adult Bufo spinosus Daudin, 1803 by a carabid beetle larva of Epomis circumscriptus (Duftschmid, 1812)
D Escoriza, L Mestre, G Pascual, J Buse
Boletín de la Asociación Herpetológica Española 28 (1), 50-52, 2017
Mate choice in naturally inbred spiders: testing the role of relatedness
C Tuni, L Mestre, R Berger-Tal, Y Lubin, T Bilde
Animal behaviour 157, 27-33, 2019
Females of the cellar spider discriminate against previous mates
L Mestre, JD Rodríguez‐Teijeiro, C Tuni
Ethology 121 (10), 994-1001, 2015
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