Pesquisa – Publicações

Ecologia de redes

Weinstein B.G. and Graham C.H. 2017. On comparing traits and abundance for predicting species interactions with imperfect detection. Food Webs, 11: 17-25.

Weinstein, B and C.H. Graham. 2017. Persistent bill and corolla matching despite shifting temporal resources in tropical hummingbird-plant interactions. Ecology Letters, 20: 326-335.

Tinoco, B.A., C.H. Graham, J. M. Aguilar and M. Schleuning. 2017. Effects of hummingbird morphology on specialization in pollination networks vary with resource availability. Oikos 126, 52-60.

Pellissier, L., C. Albouy, J. Bascompte, N. Farwig, C. Graham, M. Loreau, M. A. Maglianesi, C. J. Melián, C. Pitteloud, T. Roslin, R. Rohr, S. Saavedra, W. Thuiller, G. Woodward, N. E. Zimmermann, D. Gravel 2017. Comparing species interaction networks along environmental gradients. Biological Reviews.

Machado-de-Souza, T., R.P. Campos, M. Devoto, I.G. Varassin. 2019. Local drivers of the structure of a tropical bird-seed dispersal network. Oecologia 189, 421-433.

Ecologia de comunidades e de paisagem

Guevara E.A., R. Hipo, C. Poveda, B. Rojas, C.H. Graham, and G. Santander. 2017. Plant and habitat use by Black‐breasted Pufflegs (Eriocnemis nigrivestis), a critically endangered hummingbird. Journal of Field Ornithology 88(3): 229-235.

Weinstein, B.G., C.H. Graham, and J. L Parra. 2017. The role of environment, dispersal and competition in explaining reduced co-occurrence among related species. PloS one 12: e0185493.

Weinstein, B.G., B. Tinoco, J. Parra, L.M. Brown, J.A. McGuire, F.G. Stiles, C.H. Graham. 2014. Taxonomic, phylogenetic and trait betadiversity in South American hummingbirds. The American Naturalist, 184: 211-224.

Graham, C.H., J.L. Parra, B.A. Tinoco, F.G. Stiles and J.A. McGuire. 2012. Untangling the influence of ecological and evolutionary factors on trait variation across hummingbird assemblages. Ecology, 39: S99-S111.

Parra J.L., C. Rahbek, J. A. McGuire, and C. H. Graham. 2011. Contrasting patterns of phylogenetic structure along environmental gradients for hummingbird clades. Journal of Biogeography, 12: 2350-2361.

Parra, J.L., J.A. McGuire, and C.H. Graham. 2010. Identifying the lineages driving non-random patterns of phylogenetic composition in local assemblages: an example with hummingbirds. American Naturalist, 176: 573-587.

Graham, C.H., J.L. Parra, C. Rahbek, J. A. McGuire. 2009. Phylogenetic structure in tropical hummingbird communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106: 19673-19678.

Correa-Lima, A.PA., IG. Varassin, N. Barve, V.P. Zwiener. 2019. Spatio-temporal effects of climate change on the geographical distribution and flowering phenology of hummingbird-pollinated plants. Annals of Botany, 124: 389-398.

Varassin, I.G., M. Sazima. 2012. Spatial heterogeneity and the distribution of bromeliad pollinators in the Atlantic Forest. Acta Oecologica, 43: 104-112.