• Dominance–diversity relationships in ant communities differ with invasion 

      Arnan, X.; Andersen, A.N.; Gibb, H.; Parr, C.L.; Sanders, N.J.; Dunn, R.R.; Angulo, E.; Baccaro, F.B.; Bishop, T.R.; Boulay, R.; Castracani, C.; Cerda, X.; Del Toro, I.; Delsinne, T.; Donoso, D.A.; Elten, E.K.; Fayle, T.M.; Fitzpatrick, M.C.; Gomez, C.; Grasso, D.A.; Grossman, B.F.; Guenard, B.; Gunawardene, N.; Heterick, B.; Hoffmann, B.D.; Janda, M.; Jenkins, C.N.; Klimes, P.; Lach, L.; Laeger, T.; Leponce, M.; Lucky, A.; Majer, J.; Menke, S.; Mezger, D.; Mori, A.; Moses, J.; Munyai, T.C.; Paknia, O.; Pfeiffer, M.; Philpott, S.M.; Souza, J.L.P.; Tista, M.; Vasconcelos, H.L.; Retana, J. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2018)
      The relationship between levels of dominance and species richness is highly contentious, especially in ant communities. The dominance-impoverishment rule states that high levels of dominance only occur in species-poor ...