His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Nectar, Mutualism, Herbivore and Myrmecophyte. Kleber Del-Claro integrates several fields in his works, including Ecology and Treehopper. Kleber Del-Claro studied Nectar and Foraging that intersect with Nocturnal and Macroecology.
His Mutualism research incorporates themes from Chamaecrista and ANT. As part of the same scientific family, Kleber Del-Claro usually focuses on Herbivore, concentrating on Tropical savanna climate and intersecting with Twig. His research in Myrmecophyte intersects with topics in Ecological network, Myrmicinae, Generalist and specialist species and Phenology.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Herbivore, Nectar, Botany and Predation. His study in Mutualism, Foraging, ANT, Species richness and Abundance is carried out as part of his Ecology studies. Kleber Del-Claro has researched Herbivore in several fields, including Pseudomyrmex, Phenology, Tropical savanna climate, Trophic level and Abiotic component.
Kleber Del-Claro works in the field of Nectar, focusing on Myrmecophyte in particular. He interconnects Nestedness and Ecological network in the investigation of issues within Myrmecophyte. His work on Fabaceae, Shrub and Malpighiaceae as part of his general Botany study is frequently connected to Solanum lycocarpum, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
Kleber Del-Claro mainly investigates Ecology, Herbivore, Mutualism, Nectar and Plant community. His study in Ecology focuses on Predation, Niche, Invertebrate, Pollination and Ecological network. His Herbivore research includes themes of Larva, Instar and Animal ecology.
His research integrates issues of Myrmecophyte and Camponotus crassus in his study of Mutualism. Kleber Del-Claro merges Nectar with Quality in his study. His Plant community study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Shrub, Rainforest, Biological dispersal and Diaspore.
Kleber Del-Claro spends much of his time researching Ecology, Mutualism, Herbivore, Nectar and Myrmecophyte. Ecology is frequently linked to Plant Structures in his study. Many of his studies on Mutualism involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Shrub.
His Plant community research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rainforest, Biodiversity, Biological dispersal and Diaspore. His Optimal foraging theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ecological network, Invertebrate and Harvester ant, Nest. His study in Entomophily is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Outcrossing, Predation and Phenology.
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Conditional outcomes in a neotropical treehopper-ant association: temporal and species-specific variation in ant protection and homopteran fecundity.
Effect of herbivore deterrence by ants on the fruit set of an extrafloral nectary plant, Qualea multiflora (Vochysiaceae)
Journal of Tropical Ecology (1996)
Ant‐Homoptera Interactions in a Neotropical Savanna: The Honeydew‐Producing Treehopper, Guayaquila xiphias (Membracidae), and its Associated Ant Fauna on Didymopanax vinosum (Araliaceae)1
Ant–plant interaction in the Neotropical savanna: direct beneficial effects of extrafloral nectar on ant colony fitness
Population Ecology (2011)
Loss and gains in ant–plant interactions mediated by extrafloral nectar: fidelity, cheats, and lies
Insectes Sociaux (2016)
Influence of extrafloral nectary phenology on ant–plant mutualistic networks in a neotropical savanna
Ecological Entomology (2013)
Ant-Homoptera interaction: do alternative sugar sources distract tending ants?
Ant visitation to extrafloral nectaries decreases herbivory and increases fruit set in Chamaecrista debilis (Fabaceae) in a Neotropical savanna
Diversity of social wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) in Cerrado fragments of Uberlândia, Minas Gerais State, Brazil
Neotropical Entomology (2007)
Multitrophic Relationships, Conditional Mutualisms, and the Study of Interaction Biodiversity in Tropical Savannas
Neotropical Entomology (2004)
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