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Alejandro G. Farji-Brener
Alejandro G. Farji-Brener
CONICET y CRUB-UNComa, Argentina
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Why are leaf‐cutting ants more common in early secondary forests than in old‐growth tropical forests? An evaluation of the palatable forage hypothesis
AG Farji‐Brener
Oikos 92 (1), 169-177, 2001
1642001
Putting plant resistance traits on the map: a test of the idea that plants are better defended at lower latitudes
AT Moles, IR Wallis, WJ Foley, DI Warton, JC Stegen, AJ Bisigato, ...
New Phytologist 191 (3), 777-788, 2011
1612011
Leaf-cutting ants (Atta and Acromyrmex) inhabiting Argentina: patterns in species richness and geographical range sizes
AGF Brener, A Ruggiero
Journal of Biogeography, 391-399, 1994
155*1994
Leaf-cutting ants revisited: towards rational management and control
J Montoya-Lerma, C Giraldo-Echeverri, I Armbrecht, A Farji-Brener, ...
International Journal of Pest Management 58 (3), 225-247, 2012
1392012
Do leaf-cutting ant nests make” bottom-up” gaps in neotropical rain forests? a critical review of the
AG Farji-Brener, AE Illes
Ecology Letters 3, 219-227, 2000
1392000
Correlations between physical and chemical defences in plants: tradeoffs, syndromes, or just many different ways to skin a herbivorous cat?
AT Moles, B Peco, IR Wallis, WJ Foley, AGB Poore, EW Seabloom, ...
New Phytologist 198 (1), 252-263, 2013
1332013
The effects of fire on ant communities in north‐western Patagonia: the importance of habitat structure and regional context
AG Farji‐Brener, JC Corley, J Bettinelli
Diversity and distributions 8 (4), 235-243, 2002
1262002
Leaf-cutting ants and forest groves in a tropical parkland savanna of Venezuela: facilitated succession?
AGF Brener, JF Silva
Journal of Tropical Ecology 11 (4), 651-669, 1995
1191995
Microhabitat selection by antlion larvae, Myrmeleon crudelis: effect of soil particle size on pit-trap design and prey capture
AG Farji-Brener
Journal of Insect Behavior 16 (6), 783-796, 2003
1072003
Environmental rugosity, body size and access to food: a test of the size‐grain hypothesis in tropical litter ants
AG Farji‐Brener, G Barrantes, A Ruggiero
Oikos 104 (1), 165-171, 2004
1032004
The Importance of Where to Dump the Refuse: Seed Banks and Fine Roots in Nests of the Leaf‐Cutting Ants Atta cephalotes and A. colombica1
AG Farji‐Brener, CA Medina
Biotropica 32 (1), 120-126, 2000
982000
Leaf-cutting ant nests near roads increase fitness of exotic plant species in natural protected areas
AG Farji-Brener, L Ghermandi
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1641), 1431-1440, 2008
772008
The effects of ant nests on soil fertility and plant performance: a meta‐analysis
AG Farji‐Brener, V Werenkraut
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (4), 866-877, 2017
762017
Successful invasions of hymenopteran insects into NW Patagonia
AG Farji-Brener, JC Corley
Ecología austral 8 (02), 237-249, 1998
761998
What's up? An experimental comparison of predation levels between canopy and understory in a tropical wet forest
BA Loiselle, AG Farji-Brener
Biotropica, 327-330, 2002
752002
Influence of nests of leaf‐cutting ants on plant species diversity in road verges of northern Patagonia
AG Farji‐Brener, L Ghermandi
Journal of Vegetation Science 11 (3), 453-460, 2000
732000
Leaf-cutting ant nests and soil fertility in a well-drained savanna in western Venezuela
AGF Brener, JF Silva
Biotropica, 250-254, 1995
721995
Information transfer in head-on encounters between leaf-cutting ant workers: food, trail condition or orientation cues?
AG Farji-Brener, S Amador-Vargas, F Chinchilla, S Escobar, S Cabrera, ...
Animal Behaviour 79 (2), 343-349, 2010
712010
Seedling recruitment in a semi‐arid Patagonian steppe: Facilitative effects of refuse dumps of leaf‐cutting ants
AG Farji‐Brener, L Ghermandi
Journal of Vegetation Science 15 (6), 823-830, 2004
712004
Leaf-cutter ants'(Atta laevigata) aid to the establishment success of Tapirira velutinifolia (Anacardiaceae) seedlings in a parkland savanna
AGF Brener, JF Silva
Journal of Tropical Ecology 12 (1), 163-168, 1996
681996
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