Ecology

Marine cyanolichens from different littoral zones are associated with distinct bacterial communities

Editor rating: 9 / 10

Paolo Giordani –– Simply the first human glance to the non-photosynthetic bacteria associated with marine lichens
Seasonal dynamics of terrestrial vertebrate abundance between Amazonian flooded and unflooded forests

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Matthew Wilson –– The inclusion of multiple Amazonian ecosystems is shown to be important for species conservation.
Top-down and bottom-up controls on southern New England salt marsh crab populations

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Michael LaMontagne –– The recent increase in crab populations in NE salt marshes could reflect sea level rise driven by climate change.
Changes in species abundance after seven years of elevated atmospheric CO2 and warming in a Subarctic birch forest understorey, as modified by rodent and moth outbreaks

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Bruno Marino –– The response of ecosystems to climate change is complex as evidenced by this study. The case of herbivory response is creatively explored within the context of climate change.
Do latitudinal gradients exist in New Zealand stream invertebrate metacommunities?

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Jianjun Wang –– Revealing latitudinal gradients via the lens of metacommunity on islands, such as New Zealand, is rare and importantly complementary for previous studies at continent scales.
The neglected bee trees: European beech forests as a home for feral honey bee colonies

Section Editor rating: 8 / 10

Dezene Huber –– I agree with the one reviewer who notes the novelty and utility of this work. This is particularly true in this era of pollinator decline.
Predicting Pinus monophylla forest cover in the Baja California Desert by remote sensing

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Robert Winkler –– Use of remote sensing data to evaluate ecological/ biodiversity data that otherwise would be difficult to obtain.
Pollination implications of the diverse diet of tropical nectar-feeding bats roosting in an urban cave

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Jenny Renaut –– The article is providing nice information and will rise interest for the people working in the field of pollinators and ecosystem services.
Ants contribute to pollination but not to reproduction in a rare calcareous grassland forb

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Curtis Daehler –– Experiments demonstrate that although ants are frequent floral visitors and they carry pollen, they are not effective pollinators and they may even be detrimental to reproduction in a rare plant.
Moving to 3D: relationships between coral planar area, surface area and volume

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Ronaldo Francini-Filho –– Tech tools for coral reef research are emerging fast and boosting science

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Our new article on the microbiome of marine lichens is out! @thePeerJ https://t.co/2nFScDu4m4 #Biodiversity #Ecology #Microbiology

See our new paper on the Seasonal dynamics of terrestrial vertebrate abundance in neighbouring #Amazonian flooded (varzea) and unflooded (terra firme) forests led by @hugocmcosta - under the @pmj_mediojurua Project https://t.co/aXumHHeW2c #ConservationBiology @ueaceec @ueaenv https://t.co/HGwE08Zqit

@PlantEcoEvo_UU Wrong link. Try https://t.co/BgqmPhs547

Woohoo! Wondering what I got up to when I worked for the Narragansett Bay #NERR a few years back? My article has been published today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/rYmvo33pkH #Ecology #MarineBiology #ClimateChangeBiology #EnvironmentalImpacts

Do latitudinal gradients exist in New Zealand stream invertebrate metacommunities? https://t.co/JnIu26pdgA @thePeerJ https://t.co/1OteQ5UHTZ

The neglected bee trees: European beech forests as a home for feral honey bee colonies https://t.co/D1UXHiAyCR @thePeerJ https://t.co/aBpflA5awL

Predicting Pinus monophylla forest cover in the Baja California Desert by remote sensing https://t.co/lcl3NOE3yK @thePeerJ https://t.co/f9ZpTRcHbd

Pollination implications of the diverse diet of tropical nectar-feeding #bats roosting in an urban cave https://t.co/nN8N0wk8s8 https://t.co/spw0M40T9v

Ants contribute to pollination but not to reproduction in a rare calcareous grassland forb https://t.co/KDVc8QHFOX #Psychiatry

My first publication! On shifting the measurement of corals from 2D to 3D @thePeerJ https://t.co/g99voUOOTv #Biodiversity #Ecology #MarineBiology #StAndrews