Photos from the Field: Changes in Habitat Use at Rain Forest Edges in the Brazilian Amazon

Closeup of a young Rufous-capped Antthrush, Formicarious colma. (Photo: Philip C. Stouffer)

Luke L. Powell et al., (2015). Changes in Habitat Use at Rain Forest Edges Through Succession: a Case Study of Understory… Read More »

Photos from the Field: Changes in Species Richness of Twig-nesting Ants in Coffee Landscapes

This ant (Pseudomyrmex simplex) is one of the most commonly encountered twig-nesting ant found in hollow coffee twigs in the Soconusco region of Chiapas, Mexico. The abundance of this species is significantly higher at lower elevations (450-900m) and drops off at the higher end of the Arabica coffee range (1200-1500m). (Photo by Katherine Ennis)

Gillette, Ennis, Domínguez Martínez and Philpott (2015). Changes in Species Richness, Abundance, and Composition of Arboreal Twig-nesting Ants Along an… Read More »