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Anderson Matos Medina
Anderson Matos Medina
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Global expansion of COVID-19 pandemic is driven by population size and airport connections
MTP Coelho, JFM Rodrigues, AM Medina, P Scalco, LC Terribile, B Vilela, ...
PeerJ 8, e9708, 2020
77*2020
Seasonality in the dung beetle community in a Brazilian tropical dry forest: Do small changes make a difference?
AM Medina, PP Lopes
Journal of Insect Science, 2014
282014
Resource utilization and temporal segregation of Scarabaeinae (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae) community in a Caatinga fragment
AM Medina, PP Lopes
Neotropical entomology 43 (2), 127-133, 2014
172014
Why do ecologists search for co-authorships? Patterns of co-authorship networks in ecology (1977–2016)
AM Medina
Scientometrics 116 (3), 1853–1865, 2018
132018
Pollination efficiency on Ipomoea bahiensis (Convolvulaceae): morphological and behavioural aspects of floral visitors
LS Araujo, AM Medina, M Gimenes
Iheringia. Série Zoologia 108, 2018
112018
Do territorial butterflies show a macroecological fighting pattern in response to environmental stability?
PEC Peixoto, AM Medina, L Mendoza-Cuenca
Behavioural processes 109, 14-20, 2014
102014
Unraveling algae and cyanobacteria biodiversity in bromeliad phytotelmata in different vegetation formations in Bahia State, Northeastern Brazil
GJP Ramos, LM Santana, AM Medina, CEM Bicudo, LHZ Branco, ...
Acta Botanica Brasilica 32, 567-577, 2018
62018
Does ant richness and composition respond to phytophysiognomical complexity and seasonality in xeric environments?
EM Silva, AM Medina, IC Nascimento, PP Lopes, KS Carvalho, ...
Sociobiology 61 (2), 155-163, 2014
52014
Remarks about biology of Canthon rutilans Laporte, 1840 (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) with the first report of perching in a Brazilian Tropical Dry Forest
AM Medina, EM Campos
Brazilian Journal of Biology 73, 447-448, 2013
42013
Trophic level and host specialisation affect beta‐diversity in plant–herbivore–parasitoid assemblages
L Pereira Martins, AM Medina, TM Lewinsohn, M Almeida‐Neto
Insect conservation and diversity 12 (5), 404-413, 2019
32019
What can an invasive dung beetle tell us about niche conservatism?
AM Medina
Environmental entomology 45 (5), 1141-1145, 2016
32016
How many and which species to plant? A multi-trait-based approach to select species to restore ecosystem services
PK Tsujii, AG Coutinho, AM Medina, NJB Kraft, A Gonzalez-Melo, ...
BioRxiv, 2020
22020
Grinnelian and Eltonian niche conservatism of the European honeybee (Apis mellifera) in its exotic distribution
AM Medina, M Almeida-Neto
Sociobiology 67 (2), 239-246, 2020
12020
Climatic stability and resource availability explains dung beetles (Scarabaeinae) richness patternon the Americas
AM Medina
bioRxiv, 402537, 2019
12019
The light intensity mediates the pollination efficacy of a Caatinga morning glory Ipomoea bahiensis (Convolvulaceae)
M Gimenes, LS Araujo, AM Medina
Sociobiology 68 (4), e5906-e5906, 2021
2021
The effect of species composition dissimilarity on plant–herbivore network structure is not consistent over time
L Pereira Martins, A Matos Medina, TM Lewinsohn, M Almeida‐Neto
Biotropica 52 (4), 664-674, 2020
2020
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