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Victor Rico Gray
Victor Rico Gray
Investigador Universidad Veracruzana
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The ecology and evolution of ant-plant interactions
V Rico-Gray, PS Oliveira
University of Chicago Press, 2007
10022007
Molecular phylogeny of the Magnoliaceae: the biogeography of tropical and temperate disjunctions
H Azuma, JG García‐Franco, V Rico‐Gray, LB Thien
American Journal of Botany 88 (12), 2275-2285, 2001
2882001
Asymmetries in specialization in ant–plant mutualistic networks
PR Guimaraes Jr, V Rico-Gray, S Furtado dos Reis, JN Thompson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1597), 2041-2047, 2006
2502006
Species composition, similarity, and structure of Mayan homegardens in Tixpeual and Tixcacaltuyub, Yucatan, Mexico
V Rico-Gray, JG Garcia-Franco, A Chemas, A Puch, P Sima
Economic Botany 44 (4), 470-487, 1990
2491990
Interaction intimacy affects structure and coevolutionary dynamics in mutualistic networks
PR Guimarães, V Rico-Gray, PS Oliveira, TJ Izzo, SF dos Reis, ...
Current Biology 17 (20), 1797-1803, 2007
2382007
Interaction between ants, extrafloral nectaries and insect herbivores in Neotropical coastal sand dunes: herbivore deterrence by visiting ants increases fruit set in Opuntia …
PS Oliveira, V Rico‐Gray, CDCC Castillo‐Guevara
Functional ecology 13 (5), 623-631, 1999
2371999
Loss and gains in ant–plant interactions mediated by extrafloral nectar: fidelity, cheats, and lies
K Del-Claro, V Rico-Gray, HM Torezan-Silingardi, E Alves-Silva, ...
Insectes Sociaux 63, 207-221, 2016
1722016
Vegetation and soil seed bank of successional stages in tropical lowland deciduous forest
V Rico‐Gray, JG García‐Franco
Journal of vegetation science 3 (5), 617-624, 1992
1711992
Use of plant-derived food resources by ants in the dry tropical lowlands of coastal Veracruz, Mexico
V Rico-Gray
Biotropica, 301-315, 1993
1571993
The effect of wasps and ants on the reproductive success of the extrafloral nectaried plant Turnera ulmifolia (Turneraceae)
M Cuautle, V Rico‐Gray
Functional Ecology 17 (3), 417-423, 2003
1532003
Morphological and secretory characterization of extrafloral nectaries in plants of coastal Veracruz, Mexico
C DiAz-Castelazo, V Rico-Gray, F Ortega, G Angeles
Annals of Botany 96 (7), 1175-1189, 2005
1382005
Hunting, use, and knowledge of the biology of the white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus (Hays), by the Maya of central Yucatan, Mexico
S Mandujano, V Rico-Gray
Journal of Ethnobiology 11 (2), 175-183, 1991
1351991
Uses of tropical deciduous forest species by the Yucatecan Maya
V Rico-Gray, A Chemás, S Mandujano
Agroforestry systems 14, 149-161, 1991
1301991
Changes of a mutualistic network over time: reanalysis over a 10‐year period
C Díaz-Castelazo, PR Guimaraes Jr, P Jordano, JN Thompson, ...
Ecology 91 (3), 793-801, 2010
1262010
Geographical and Seasonal Variation in the Richness of Ant‐Plant Interactions in México1
V Rico‐Gray, JG García‐Franco, M Palacios‐Rios, C íz‐Castelazo, ...
Biotropica 30 (2), 190-200, 1998
1261998
Resilience of tropical dry forests–a meta‐analysis of changes in species diversity and composition during secondary succession
G Derroire, P Balvanera, C Castellanos‐Castro, G Decocq, DK Kennard, ...
Oikos 125 (10), 1386-1397, 2016
1192016
Distribution of plant life forms along an altitudinal gradient in the semi‐arid valley of Zapotitlán, Mexico
NP Pavón, H Hernández‐Trejo, V Rico‐Gray
Journal of Vegetation Science 11 (1), 39-42, 2000
1172000
Effect of different ant species on reproductive fitness of Schomburgkia tibicinis (Orchidaceae)
V Rico-Gray, LB Thien
Oecologia 81, 487-489, 1989
1161989
Extrafloral nectary-mediated ant-plant interactions in the coastal vegetation of Veracruz, Mexico: Richness, occurrence, seasonality, and ant foraging patterns
C Díaz-Castelazo, V Rico-Gray, PS Oliveira, M Cuautle
Ecoscience 11 (4), 472-481, 2004
1132004
Estudio de la vegetación de la zona costera inundable del noroeste del estado de Campeche, México: Los Petenes
V Rico-Gray
Biótica 7 (2), 171-203, 1982
1111982
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