Diego Pedro Vazquez

2002 The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, United States 
"Diego Vazquez"


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Daniel Simberloff grad student 2002 University of Tennessee
 (Interactions among introduced ungulates, plants, and pollinators: A field study in the temperate forest of the southern Andes.)
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Peralta G, CaraDonna PJ, Rakosy D, et al. (2024) Predicting plant-pollinator interactions: concepts, methods, and challenges. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Carrara R, Vázquez DP, Scollo AM, et al. (2023) Predictions and test of multiple climate-species richness hypotheses to explain the spatial distribution of tenebrionid beetles in mountain environments. Anais Da Academia Brasileira De Ciencias. 95: e20210439
Vitali A, Ruiz-Suarez S, Vázquez DP, et al. (2023) Invasive species modulate the structure and stability of a multilayer mutualistic network. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20230132
Molina-Montenegro MA, Acuña-Rodríguez IS, Ballesteros GI, et al. (2023) Electromagnetic fields disrupt the pollination service by honeybees. Science Advances. 9: eadh1455
Vázquez DP, Vitale N, Dorado J, et al. (2023) Phenological mismatches and the demography of solitary bees. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20221847
Li W, Zhu C, Grass I, et al. (2022) Plant-frugivore network simplification under habitat fragmentation leaves a small core of interacting generalists. Communications Biology. 5: 1214
Benadi G, Dormann CF, Fründ J, et al. (2022) Quantitative Prediction of Interactions in Bipartite Networks Based on Traits, Abundances, and Phylogeny. The American Naturalist. 199: 841-854
Zhong Z, Li X, Smit C, et al. (2022) Large herbivores facilitate a dominant grassland forb via multiple indirect effects. Ecology. e3635
Galiana N, Lurgi M, Bastazini VAG, et al. (2022) Ecological network complexity scales with area. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Vitali A, Sasal Y, Vázquez DP, et al. (2021) The disruption of a keystone interaction erodes pollination and seed dispersal networks. Ecology. e03547
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