HR Excellence in Science

Mgr. Philipp Otto Hönle, Ph.D.

Position Research Scientist - Laboratory of Ecology and Evolution of Social Insects
Department of Ecology
Institute of Entomology

Contact details +420 38 777 5332


Ant ecology  in tropical rainforests.

Total found: 3 records
Hönle P., Merkel Ch., Donoso D., Argoti A., Blüthgen N., von Beeren Ch. (2024) Hunting habits die hard: Conserved prey preferences in army ants across two distant neotropical rainforests Ecoshere 15(4): e4812.
DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.4812
Hönle P., Plowman N., Matos Maravi P. F., de Bello F., Bishop T., Libra M., Idigel C., Rimandai M., Klimeš P. (2024) Forest disturbance increases functional diversity but decreases phylogenetic diversity of an arboreal tropical ant community Journal of Animal Ecology 93: 501–516.
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.14060
Hönle P., Staab M., Donoso D., Argoti A., Blüthgen N. (2023) Stratification and recovery time jointly shape ant functional reassembly in a neotropical forest. Journal of Animal Ecology 92: 1372-1387.
DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.13896


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