Jose B. Lanuza
Jose B. Lanuza
Estación Biológica de Doñana
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Opposing effects of floral visitors and soil conditions on the determinants of competitive outcomes maintain species diversity in heterogeneous landscapes
JB Lanuza, I Bartomeus, O Godoy
Ecology Letters 21 (6), 865-874, 2018
Covariation among reproductive traits in flowering plants shapes their interactions with pollinators
J B. Lanuza, R Rader, J Stavert, LK Kendall, ME Saunders, I Bartomeus
Functional Ecology 37 (7), 2072-2084, 2023
Recipient and donor characteristics govern the hierarchical structure of heterospecific pollen competition networks
JB Lanuza, I Bartomeus, TL Ashman, G Bible, R Rader
Journal of Ecology 109 (6), 2329-2341, 2021
Non‐random interactions within and across guilds shape the potential to coexist in multi‐trophic ecological communities
D García‐Callejas, O Godoy, L Buche, M Hurtado, JB Lanuza, ...
Ecology Letters 26 (6), 831-842, 2023
Climate mediates roles of pollinator species in plant–pollinator networks
ME Saunders, LK Kendall, JB Lanuza, MA Hall, R Rader, JR Stavert
Global Ecology and Biogeography 32 (4), 511-518, 2023
The non‐random assembly of network motifs in plant–pollinator networks
JB Lanuza, A Allen‐Perkins, I Bartomeus
Journal of Animal Ecology 92 (3), 760-773, 2023
Iberian bees database
I Bartomeus, JB Lanuza, TJ Wood, L Carvalheiro, FP Molina, ...
Ecosistemas 31 (3), 2022
Brain size predicts bees' tolerance to urban environments
JB Lanuza, MÁ Collado, F Sayol, D Sol, I Bartomeus
Biology Letters 19 (11), 20230296, 2023
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