Florian Menzel
Florian Menzel
Universität Mainz, Institut für Organismische und Molekulare Biologie
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Measuring specialization in species interaction networks
N Blüthgen, F Menzel, N Blüthgen
BMC ecology 6 (1), 9, 2006
Specialization, constraints, and conflicting interests in mutualistic networks
N Blüthgen, F Menzel, T Hovestadt, B Fiala, N Blüthgen
Current biology 17 (4), 341-346, 2007
What do interaction network metrics tell us about specialization and biological traits
N Blüthgen, J Fründ, DP Vázquez, F Menzel
Ecology 89 (12), 3387-3399, 2008
Ecology and evolution of communication in social insects
SD Leonhardt, F Menzel, V Nehring, T Schmitt
Cell 164 (6), 1277-1287, 2016
Selective interspecific tolerance in tropical Crematogaster–Camponotus associations
F Menzel, KE Linsenmair, N Blüthgen
Animal Behaviour 75 (3), 837-846, 2008
Tropical parabiotic ants: highly unusual cuticular substances and low interspecific discrimination
F Menzel, N Blüthgen, T Schmitt
Frontiers in Zoology 5 (1), 16, 2008
Worker personality and its association with spatially structured division of labor
T Pamminger, S Foitzik, KC Kaufmann, N Schützler, F Menzel
PLoS One 9 (1), 2014
How do cuticular hydrocarbons evolve? Physiological constraints and climatic and biotic selection pressures act on a complex functional trait
F Menzel, BB Blaimer, T Schmitt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1850), 20161727, 2017
Covariation and phenotypic integration in chemical communication displays: Biosynthetic constraints and eco‐evolutionary implications
RR Junker, J Kuppler, L Amo, JD Blande, RM Borges, NM van Dam, ...
New Phytologist 220 (3), 739-749, 2018
Dietary and temporal niche differentiation in tropical ants—can they explain local ant coexistence?
M Houadria, A Salas‐Lopez, J Orivel, N Blüthgen, F Menzel
Biotropica 47 (2), 208-217, 2015
Lasius niger ants discriminate aphids based on their cuticular hydrocarbons
C Lang, F Menzel
Animal behaviour 82 (6), 1245-1254, 2011
Knowing the risk: crickets distinguish between spider predators of different size and commonness
H Binz, R Bucher, MH Entling, F Menzel
Ethology 120 (1), 99-110, 2014
Parabiotic associations between tropical ants: equal partnership or parasitic exploitation?
F Menzel, N Blüthgen
Journal of animal ecology 79 (1), 71-81, 2010
Tolerance requires the right smell: first evidence for interspecific selection on chemical recognition cues
F Menzel, T Schmitt
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 66 (3), 896-904, 2012
Trail‐sharing among tropical ants: interspecific use of trail pheromones?
F Menzel, T Pokorny, N Blüthgen, T Schmitt
Ecological Entomology 35 (4), 495-503, 2010
Risk of spider predation alters food web structure and reduces local herbivory in the field
R Bucher, F Menzel, MH Entling
Oecologia 178 (2), 571-577, 2015
Spider cues stimulate feeding, weight gain and survival of crickets
R Bucher, H Binz, F Menzel, MH Entling
Ecological entomology 39 (6), 667-673, 2014
The chemistry of competition: exploitation of heterospecific cues depends on the dominance rank in the community
H Binz, S Foitzik, F Staab, F Menzel
Animal Behaviour 94, 45-53, 2014
Mesostigmatid mites (Acari: Mesostigmata) on rainforest tree trunks: arboreal specialists, but substrate generalists?
F Beaulieu, DE Walter, HC Proctor, RL Kitching, F Menzel
Experimental & applied acarology 39 (1), 25, 2006
The relation between circadian asynchrony, functional redundancy, and trophic performance in tropical ant communities
M Houadria, N Blüthgen, A Salas‐Lopez, MI Schmitt, J Arndt, E Schneider, ...
Ecology 97 (1), 225-235, 2016
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