Publications

 

Recent talks


2009, July (scheduled): Pollination networks of oil-flowers: a tiny world within the smallest of all worlds. Joint Meeting of ATBC and GTO 2009, Marburg, Germany.


2009, July (scheduled): The devil is in the details: modularity of mutualistic networks. Joint Meeting of ATBC and GTO 2009, Marburg, Germany.


2008, December: The smallest of all worlds: seed dispersal networks in the Neotropics. Oberseminar der Bio-III, Uni-Ulm, Ulm, Germany.


2008, August: An overview of Brazilian mammalogy: trends, biases and future directions. IV Congresso Brasileiro de Mastozoologia, São Lourenço, Brazil.


2008, June: Small differences may lead to big consequences: bat and bird seed dispersal networks. 2008 Annual Meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Paramaribo, Suriname (Winner of the Luis F Bacardi Award 2008).

Selected papers


23. Bezerra ELS, Machado ICS, Mello MAR. 2009. Pollination networks of oil-flowers: a tiny world within the smallest of all worlds. Journal of Animal Ecology, in press.


21. Mello MAR, Kalko EKV, Silva WR. 2009. Ambient temperature is more important than food availability in explaining reproductive timing of the bat Sturnira lilium (Mammalia: Chiroptera) in a montane Atlantic Forest. Canadian Journal of Zoology 87: 239-248.


20. Mello MAR. 2009. Temporal variation in the organization of a Neotropical assemblage of leaf-nosed bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera). Acta Oecologica 35: 280-286.


19. Mello MAR, Marquitti FMD, Guimarães Jr. PR, Kalko EKV, Jordano P. 2008. Small differences may lead to big consequences: bat and bird seed dispersal networks (Abstract, winner of the Luis F Barcardi Award 2008). Biotropica 40: 777-777.


18. Mello MAR, Silva WR, Kalko EKV. 2008. Movements of the bat Sturnira lilium and its role as a seed disperser of Solanaceae in the Brazilian Atlantic forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology 24: 225-228.

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