Xim Cerdá spends much of his time researching Ecology, Foraging, Predation, Helleborus foetidus and Hymenoptera. His Ecology study is mostly concerned with Nest, ANT, Habitat, Dominance and Mediterranean climate. His Nest research includes themes of Animal ecology and Brood.
Xim Cerdá is interested in Cataglyphis, which is a branch of Foraging. His Helleborus foetidus study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Geographical distance, Myrmecochory and Pollinator. His biological study deals with issues like Interspecific competition, which deal with fields such as Population density and Competition.
His primary areas of study are Ecology, ANT, Foraging, Nest and Hymenoptera. He regularly ties together related areas like Zoology in his Ecology studies. His study in ANT is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Aphaenogaster senilis and Larva, Botany, Sex pheromone.
He has researched Foraging in several fields, including Tapinoma nigerrimum, Competition and Habitat. Xim Cerdá combines subjects such as Monogyny, Intraspecific competition and Brood with his study of Nest. His Hymenoptera research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Petal and Interspecific competition.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, ANT, Zoology, Foraging and Larva. His research links Biological dispersal with Ecology. His ANT research incorporates themes from Genetic distance, Elevational Diversity Gradient and Sex pheromone.
His research investigates the link between Zoology and topics such as Monandrous that cross with problems in Inclusive fitness, Sex ratio and Daughter. The Foraging study combines topics in areas such as Competition and Nest. His work carried out in the field of Larva brings together such families of science as Phenotypic plasticity, Maternal effect, Aphaenogaster senilis and Reproduction.
Xim Cerdá mainly investigates Ecology, Niche, Macroecology, Ecology and Biodiversity. His work on Range, Foraging and Competition is typically connected to Context and Clade as part of general Ecology study, connecting several disciplines of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Zoology, Sex pheromone, Queen, Larva and ANT in addition to Competition.
His research investigates the connection between Niche and topics such as Biological dispersal that intersect with problems in Cataglyphis, Modes of reproduction, Predation and Arid. Xim Cerdá has included themes like Hymenoptera and Dominance hierarchy in his Macroecology study. His Ecology study combines topics in areas such as Animal ecology, Functional ecology, Vegetation type and Abiotic component.
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Critical thermal limits in Mediterranean ant species: trade‐off between mortality risk and foraging performance
Functional Ecology (1998)
Thermal disruption of transitive hierarchies in Mediterranean ant communities
Journal of Animal Ecology (1997)
Climatic drivers of hemispheric asymmetry in global patterns of ant species richness
Ecology Letters (2009)
The role of competition by dominants and temperature in the foraging of subordinate species in Mediterranean ant communities.
Patterns of diversity and composition of Mediterranean ground ant communities tracking spatial and temporal variability in the thermal environment
Flowering phenology, floral traits and pollinator composition in a herbaceous Mediterranean plant community
Floral integration, phenotypic covariance structure and pollinator variation in bumblebee-pollinated Helleborus foetidus
Journal of Evolutionary Biology (2002)
Spatial and temporal variations in the activity patterns of Mediterranean ant communities
Geographical variation in diaspore traits of an ant-dispersed plant (Helleborus foetidus): are ant community composition and diaspore traits correlated?
Journal of Ecology (2002)
Geographical variation in autonomous self-pollination levels unrelated to pollinator service in Helleborus foetidus (Ranunculaceae).
American Journal of Botany (2001)
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