Todd Palmer, Ph.D.

University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
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Kamaru DN, Palmer TM, Riginos C, et al. (2024) Disruption of an ant-plant mutualism shapes interactions between lions and their primary prey. Science (New York, N.Y.). 383: 433-438
Xu C, Silliman BR, Chen J, et al. (2023) Herbivory limits success of vegetation restoration globally. Science (New York, N.Y.). 382: 589-594
Brown BRP, Goheen JR, Newsome SD, et al. (2023) Host phylogeny and functional traits differentiate gut microbiomes in a diverse natural community of small mammals. Molecular Ecology
Milligan PD, Martin TA, Pringle EG, et al. (2022) Symbiotic ant traits produce differential host-plant carbon and water dynamics in a multi-species mutualism. Ecology. e3880
Hays BR, Riginos C, Palmer TM, et al. (2022) Demographic consequences of mutualism disruption: Browsing and big-headed ant invasion drive acacia population declines. Ecology. e3655
Alston JM, Reed CG, Khasoha LM, et al. (2022) Ecological consequences of large herbivore exclusion in an African savanna: 12 years of data from the UHURU experiment. Ecology. e3649
Coverdale TC, O'Connell RD, Hutchinson MC, et al. (2021) Large herbivores suppress liana infestation in an African savanna. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Wells HBM, Crego RD, Opedal ØH, et al. (2021) Experimental evidence that effects of megaherbivores on mesoherbivore space use are influenced by species' traits. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Guy TJ, Hutchinson MC, Baldock KCR, et al. (2021) Large herbivores transform plant-pollinator networks in an African savanna. Current Biology : Cb
Milligan PD, Martin TA, John GP, et al. (2021) Mutualism disruption by an invasive ant reduces carbon fixation for a foundational East African ant-plant. Ecology Letters
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