Arnan Xavier  

Mis à jour le 18-Nov-2022

Arnan Xavier, Professeur associé, Universidade de Pernambuco (Brésil)

A fait sa thèse à Barcelone avec Javier Retana et Anselm Rodrigo en collaboration avec Xim Cerdá.

Quelques réf
- Nascimento, G., T. Câmara and X. Arnan (2022). Critical thermal limits in ants and their implications under climate change. Biological Reviews 97(4): 1287-1305. doi:
- Arnan, X., A. N. Andersen, H. Gibb, C. L. Parr, N. J. Sanders, R. R. Dunn, E. Angulo, F. B. Baccaro, T. R. Bishop, R. Boulay, C. Castracani, X. Cerdá, I. D. Toro, T. Delsinne, D. A. Donoso, E. K. Elten, T. M. Fayle, M. C. Fitzpatrick, C. Gómez, D. A. Grasso, B. F. Grossman, B. Guénard, N. Gunawardene, B. Heterick, B. D. Hoffmann, M. Janda, C. N. Jenkins, P. Klimes, L. Lach, T. Laeger, M. Leponce, A. Lucky, J. Majer, S. Menke, D. Mezger, A. Mori, J. Moses, T. C. Munyai, O. Paknia, M. Pfeiffer, S. M. Philpott, J. L. P. Souza, M. Tista, H. L. Vasconcelos and J. Retana (2018). Dominance–diversity relationships in ant communities differ with invasion. Global Change Biology 0(0). doi: doi:10.1111/gcb.14331.
- Vidal-Cordero, J., X. Arnan, A. Rodrigo, X. Cerdà and R. Boulay (2022). Four-year study of arthropod taxonomic and functional responses to a forest wildfire: Epigeic ants and spiders are affected differently. Forest Ecology and Management 520: 120379. doi: 10.1016/j.foreco.2022.120379.
- Arnan, X., E. Angulo, R. Boulay, R. Molowny-Horas, X. Cerdá and J. Retana (2021). Introduced ant species occupy empty climatic niches in Europe. Scientific Reports 11(1): 3280. doi:
- Elizalde, L., M. Arbetman, X. Arnan, P. Eggleton, I. R. Leal, M. N. Lescano, A. Saez, V. Werenkraut and G. I. Pirk (2020). The ecosystem services provided by social insects: traits, management tools and knowledge gaps. Biological Reviews 95: 1418-1441. doi: 10.1111/brv.12616.
- Cerdá, X., X. Arnan and J. Retana (2013). Is competition a significant hallmark of ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) ecology? Myrmecological News 18: 131-147.