2020 journal article
The Coupled Influence of Thermal Physiology and Biotic Interactions on the Distribution and Density of Ant Species along an Elevational Gradient
By: L. Chick, J. Lessard, R. Dunn & N. Sanders
2010 journal article
Canopy and litter ant assemblages share similar climate-species density relationships
Biology Letters, 6(6), 769–772.
By: M. Weiser, N. Sanders, D. Agosti, A. Andersen, A. Ellison, B. Fisher, H. Gibb, N. Gotelli ...and 9 other authors, including 5 NC State authors, A. Gove, K. Gross, B. Guenard, M. Janda, M. Kaspari, J. Lessard, J. Longino, J. Majer, S. Menke
2007 journal article
Rarity and diversity in forest ant assemblages of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Southeastern Naturalist, 6, 215–228.
By: J. Lessard, R. Dunn, C. Parker & N. Sanders
Temperature, but not productivity or geometry, predicts elevational diversity gradients in ants across spatial grains
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 16(5), 640–649.
By: N. Sanders, J. Lessard, M. Fitzpatrick & R. Dunn
The tropical ant mosaic in a primary Bornean rain forest
Biotropica, 39(4), 468–475.
By: D. Davidson, J. Lessard, C. Bernau & S. Cook
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