Gabriel Felix
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Exploring the diversity and distribution of neotropical avian malaria parasites–a molecular survey from Southeast Brazil
GA Lacorte, GMF Felix, RRB Pinheiro, AV Chaves, G Almeida-Neto, ...
PloS one 8 (3), e57770, 2013
Host community similarity and geography shape the diversity and distribution of haemosporidian parasites in Amazonian birds
A Fecchio, R Pinheiro, G Felix, IP Faria, JB Pinho, GA Lacorte, EM Braga, ...
Ecography 41 (3), 505-515, 2018
Insights into the assembly rules of a continent-wide multilayer network
MAR Mello, GM Felix, RBP Pinheiro, RL Muylaert, C Geiselman, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (11), 1525-1532, 2019
Trade-offs and resource breadth processes as drivers of performance and specificity in a host–parasite system: a new integrative hypothesis
RBP Pinheiro, GMF Félix, AV Chaves, GA Lacorte, FR Santos, EM Braga, ...
International Journal for Parasitology 46 (2), 115-121, 2016
A new model explaining the origin of different topologies in interaction networks
RBP Pinheiro, GMF Felix, CF Dormann, MAR Mello
Ecology 100 (9), e02796, 2019
Host associations and turnover of haemosporidian parasites in manakins (Aves: Pipridae)
A Fecchio, M Svensson-Coelho, J Bell, VA Ellis, MC Medeiros, CH Trisos, ...
Parasitology 144 (7), 984-993, 2017
Bipartite: Visualising bipartite networks and calculating some (ecological) indices
CF Dormann, J Fruend, B Gruber, S Beckett, M Devoto, G Felix, J Iriondo
See https://github. com/biometry/bipartite, 2021
The compound topology of a continent-wide interaction network explained by an integrative hypothesis of specialization
GM Felix, RBP Pinheiro, R Poulin, BR Krasnov, MAR de Mello
bioRxiv, 236687, 2017
Mutual information as a general measure of structure in interaction networks
G Corso, GMF Ferreira, TM Lewinsohn
Entropy 22 (5), 528, 2020
The compound topology of host–parasite networks is explained by the integrative hypothesis of specialization
GM Felix, RBP Pinheiro, R Poulin, BR Krasnov, MAR Mello
Oikos 2022 (1), 2022
From the leaf to the community: Distinct dimensions of phytochemical diversity shape insect–plant interactions within and among individual plants
LG Cosmo, LF Yamaguchi, GMF Felix, MJ Kato, R Cogni, M Pareja
Journal of Ecology 109 (6), 2475-2487, 2021
The resilient frugivorous fauna of an urban forest fragment and its potential role in vegetation enrichment
EDB Rigacci, ND Paes, GM Félix, WR Silva
Urban Ecosystems 24 (5), 943-958, 2021
Contrasting effects of host or local specialization: Widespread haemosporidians are host generalist, whereas local specialists are locally abundant
D de Angeli Dutra, G Moreira Félix, R Poulin
Global Ecology and Biogeography 30 (12), 2467-2476, 2021
Host migration and environmental temperature influence avian haemosporidians prevalence: a molecular survey in a Brazilian Atlantic rainforest
RA Rodrigues, GMF Felix, M Pichorim, PA Moreira, EM Braga
PeerJ 9, e11555, 2021
Hierarchical compound topology uncovers complex structure of species interaction networks
RBP Pinheiro, GMF Felix, TM Lewinsohn
Journal of Animal Ecology 91 (11), 2248-2260, 2022
A framework for hierarchical compound topologies in species interaction networks
GM Felix, RBP Pinheiro, LR Jorge, TM Lewinsohn
Oikos, e09538, 2022
A novel perspective on the meaning of nestedness with conceptual and methodological solutions
RBP Pinheiro, CF Dormann, GM Felix, MAR Mello
bioRxiv., 2021
Interactions between interactions in a continent-wide multilayer network
R Stevens, GM Felix, RB Peneiro, RL Muylaert, C Geiselmann, S Santana, ...
Nature Ecology and Evolution, 1-8, 2019
Appendix S1–Details of both free and restricted null models computations.
GM Felix, RBP Pinheiro, R Poulin, BR Krasnov, MAR de Mello
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