Mariano Rodriguez-Cabal

CONICET, Argentina, Buenos Aires, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina 
"Mariano Rodriguez-Cabal"
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Torres A, Kuebbing SE, Stuble KL, et al. (2024) Inverse priority effects: A role for historical contingency during species losses. Ecology Letters
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
Prager CM, Classen AT, Sundqvist MK, et al. (2022) Integrating natural gradients, experiments, and statistical modeling in a distributed network experiment: An example from the WaRM Network. Ecology and Evolution. 12: e9396
Vitali A, Sasal Y, Vázquez DP, et al. (2021) The disruption of a keystone interaction erodes pollination and seed dispersal networks. Ecology. e03547
Vitali A, Vázquez DP, Miguel MF, et al. (2021) A keystone mutualism promotes resistance to invasion. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Moyano J, Rodriguez-Cabal MA, Nuñez MA. (2021) Invasive trees rely more on mycorrhizas, countering the ideal weed hypothesis. Ecology. e03330
Moyano J, Rodriguez-Cabal MA, Nuñez MA. (2020) Highly invasive tree species are more dependent on mutualisms. Ecology. e02997
Moyano J, Chiuffo MC, Nuñez MA, et al. (2019) Seed predation does not explain pine invasion success. Oecologia
Rodriguez-Cabal MA, Barrios-Garcia MN, Greyson-Gaito CJ, et al. (2019) Non-native ungulates indirectly impact foliar arthropods but not soil function Biological Invasions. 21: 3077-3084
Torres A, Alarcón P, Rodríguez-Cabal M, et al. (2018) Secondary Invasions Hinder the Recovery of Native Communities after the Removal of Nonnative Pines Along a Precipitation Gradient in Patagonia Forests. 9: 394
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