Dominance–diversity relationships in ant communities differ with invasion

Xavier Arnan, Alan N. Andersen, Heloise Gibb, Catherine L. Parr, Nathan J. Sanders, Robert R. Dunn, Elena Angulo, Fabricio B. Baccaro, Tom R. Bishop, Raphaël Boulay, Cristina Castracani, Xim Cerdá, Israel Del Toro, Thibaut Delsinne, David A. Donoso, Emilie K. Elten, Tom M. Fayle, Matthew C. Fitzpatrick, Crisanto Gómez, Donato A. GrassoBlair F. Grossman, Benoit Guénard, Nihara Gunawardene, Brian Heterick, Benjamin D. Hoffmann, Milan Janda, Clinton N. Jenkins, Petr Klimes, Lori Lach, Thomas Laeger, Maurice Leponce, Andrea Lucky, Jonathan Majer, Sean Menke, Dirk Mezger, Alessandra Mori, Jimmy Moses, Thinandavha Caswell Munyai, Omid Paknia, Martin Pfeiffer, Stacy M. Philpott, Jorge L.P. Souza, Melanie Tista, Heraldo L. Vasconcelos, Javier Retana

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