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artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2019Food habits of Rhinella proboscidea (Anura: Bufonidae) in terra firme forests of central AmazoniaBorges, Alice Cristina Rodrigues; Santos, Talitha Ferreira dos; Frazão, Luciana; Marques-Souza, Sergio; Menin, Marcelo
1994Foraging activity and diet of four sympatric lizard species in a tropical rainforestGasnier, Thierry Ray Jehlen; Magnusson, William Ernest; Lima, Albertina Pimental
1997Foraging activity of an Amazonian leaf-cutting ant: Responses to changes in the availability of woody plants and to previous plant damageVasconcelos, Heraldo L.
2013Foraging behavior of kaempfer's woodpecker (celeus obrieni), a bamboo specialistLeite, Gabriel Augusto; Pinheiro, Renato Torres; Marcelino, Dianes Gomes; Figueira, José Eugênio Cortês; Delabie, Jacques H.C.
1999Forest fragmentation in central Amazonia and its effects on litter-dwelling antsCarvalho, Karine Santana; Vasconcelos, Heraldo L.
2016The frog Lithodytes lineatus (Anura: Leptodactylidae) uses chemical recognition to live in colonies of leaf-cutting ants of the genus Atta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)Lima Barros, Andr� de; L�pez-Lozano, Jorge Luis; Lima, Albertina Pimental
2003Growth and survival of incipient ant colonies in two Amazonian ant-plants: Effects of habitat, host-plant, and mode of colony founding (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)Nery, A. S.; Vasconcelos, Heraldo L.
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2006Hiding from defenders: Localized chemical modification on the leaves of an Amazonian ant-plant induced by a gall-making insect (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae)Izzo, Thiago Junqueira; Julião, Genimar Rebouças; Almada, Emmanuel Duarte; Fernandes, G. Wilson
1997Influence of Azteca alfari ants on the exploitation of Cecropia trees by a leaf-cutting antVasconcelos, Heraldo L.; Casimiro, Antonio B.
2003Influence of topography on the distribution of ground-dwelling ants in an Amazonian forestVasconcelos, Heraldo L.; Macedo, Antônio Carlos C.; Vilhena, José M.S.
Dissertação.pdf.jpg24-Mar-2006Influência da serrapilheira acumulada na base da palmeira de sub-bosque Attalea attaleoides(Barb. Rodr.) Wess. Boer (Arecaceae) sobre a comunidade de formigas (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) em uma floresta de terra firme da Amazônia CentralFranken, Evelyn Pereira
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2008Interspecific variation in the defensive responses of ant mutualists to plant volatilesBruna, Emilio M.; Darrigo, Maria Rosa; Pacheco, Angela Midori Furuya; Vasconcelos, Heraldo L.
2004Interspecific variation in the defensive responses of obligate plant-ants: Experimental tests and consequences for herbivoryBruna, Emilio M.; Lapola, David Montenegro; Vasconcelos, Heraldo L.
2004Leaf damage induces ant recruitment in the Amazonian ant-plant Hirtella myrmecophilaRomero, Gustavo Quevedo; Izzo, Thiago Junqueira
1997Leaf-cutting ants and early forest regeneration in central Amazonia: Effects of herbivory on tree seedling establishmentVasconcelos, Heraldo L.; Cherrett, J. Malcolm
2012Limited effects of dominant ants on assemblage species richness in three Amazon forestsBaccaro, Fabricio Beggiato; Souza, Jorge Luiz Pereira; Franklin, E.; Landeiro, Victor Lemes; Magnusson, William Ernest
2006Local extinctions in flocking birds in Amazonian forest fragmentsVan Houtan, Kyle; Pimm, Stuart; Bierregaard, Richard O.; Lovejoy, Thomas E.; Stouffer, Philip C.
2006Long-term effects of forest fragmentation on Amazonian ant communitiesVasconcelos, Heraldo L.; Vilhena, José M.S.; Magnusson, William Ernest; Albernaz, Ana Luísa Kerti Mangabeira
artigo-inpa.pdf.jpg2012Negative effects of azteca ants on the distribution of the termite neocapritermes braziliensis in central amazoniaLima Pequeno, Pedro A C; Pantoja, Pauline Oliveira
2015A new species of Simopelta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Ponerinae) from Brazil and Costa RicaFernandes, Itanna Oliveira; Souza, Jorge Luiz Pereira; Fernández C, Fernando; Delabie, Jacques H.C.; Schultz, Ted R.