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2019. Murphy, Grace E. P. and Romanuk, Tamara N. Disturbances often lead to changes in average values of community properties; however, disturbances can also affect the predictability of a communi... The American Naturalist.
2. Data from: A metabolic and body-size scaling framework for parasite within-host abundance, biomass, and energy flux
2019. Hechinger, Ryan F. Energetics may provide a useful currency for studying the ecology of parasite assemblages within individual hosts. Parasite assemblages may also pr... The American Naturalist.
3. Data from: A novel multi-scale assessment of community assembly across time, space, and functional niche
2019. Meachen, Julie A. and Roberts, Trina E. A basic ecological tenet is that organisms in a community occupy different niches and have different traits, but how consistently competition, sele... The American Naturalist.
2019. Locey, Kenneth J. and Lennon, Jay T. From microorganisms to the largest macroorganisms, much of Earth’s biodiversity is subject to forces of physical turnover. Residence time is the ra... The American Naturalist.
5. Data from: Abiotic, biotic and evolutionary control of the distribution of C and N isotopes in food webs
2019. Laiolo, Paola, Illera, Juan Carlos, Meléndez, Leandro, Segura, Amalia, and Obeso, José Ramón. Ecosystem functioning depends on nutrient cycles and their responses to abiotic and biotic determinants, with the influence of evolutionary legacie... The American Naturalist.
2019. Passy, Sophia I. The hollow-shaped species abundance distribution (SAD) and its allied rank abundance distribution (RAD)—showing that abundance is unevenly distribu... The American Naturalist.
7. Data from: Assessing feeding preferences of a consumer guild: partitioning variation among versus within species
2019. Rhoades, O. Kennedy, Best, Rebecca J., and Stachowicz, John J. Interspecific variation in resource use is critical to understanding species diversity, coexistence, and ecosystem functioning. A growing body of r... The American Naturalist.
8. Data from: Asteraceae pollen provisions protect Osmia mason bees (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) from brood parasitism
2019. Spear, Dakota M., Silverman, Sarah, and Forrest, Jessica R. K. Many specialist herbivores eat foods that are apparently low quality. The compensatory benefits of a poor diet may include protection from natural ... The American Naturalist.
9. Data from: Bees without flowers: before peak bloom, diverse native bees find insect-produced honeydew sugars
2019. Meiners, Joan M., Griswold, Terry L., Harris, David J., and Ernest, S. K. Morgan. Bee foragers respond to complex visual, olfactory, and extrasensory cues to optimize searches for floral rewards. Their abilities to detect and dis... The American Naturalist.
10. Data from: Beyond the competition-colonization tradeoff: linking multiple trait response to disturbance characteristics
2019. Seifan, Merav, Seifan, Tal, Schiffers, Katja, Jeltsch, Florian, and Tielbörger, Katja. Disturbances’ role in shaping communities is well documented but highly disputed. We suggest replacing the overused two-trait trade-off approach wi... The American Naturalist.