Ezequiel González
Ezequiel González
Instituto Multidisciplinario de Biología Vegetal
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Urbanisation drivers and underlying mechanisms of terrestrial insect diversity loss in cities
MS Fenoglio, A Calviño, E González, A Salvo, M Videla
Ecological Entomology 46 (4), 757-771, 2021
A moveable feast: insects moving at the forest-crop interface are affected by crop phenology and the amount of forest in the landscape
E González, A Salvo, MT Defagó, G Valladares
PLoS One 11 (7), e0158836, 2016
Arthropod communities and biological control in soybean fields: Forest cover at landscape scale is more influential than forest proximity
E González, A Salvo, G Valladares
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 239, 359-367, 2017
Sharing enemies: evidence of forest contribution to natural enemy communities in crops, at different spatial scales
E González, A Salvo, G Valladares
Insect Conservation and Diversity 8 (4), 359-366, 2015
Not all in the same boat: trends and mechanisms in herbivory responses to forest fragmentation differ among insect guilds
MR Rossetti, E González, A Salvo, G Valladares
Arthropod-plant interactions 8, 593-603, 2014
Predators do not spill over from forest fragments to maize fields in a landscape mosaic in central Argentina
M Ferrante, E González, GL Lövei
Ecology and Evolution 7 (19), 7699-7707, 2017
Forest cover and proximity decrease herbivory and increase crop yield via enhanced natural enemies in soybean fields
E González, DA Landis, M Knapp, G Valladares
Journal of Applied Ecology 57 (11), 2296-2306, 2020
Arthropods on plants in a fragmented Neotropical dry forest: a functional analysis of area loss and edge effects
E González, A Salvo, G Valladares
Insect Science 22 (1), 129-138, 2015
Something is lost and something is gained: loss and replacement of species and functional groups in ant communities at fragmented forests
E González, L Buffa, MT Defagó, SI Molina, A Salvo, G Valladares
Landscape Ecology 33, 2089-2102, 2018
Natural vegetation cover in the landscape and edge effects: differential responses of insect orders in a fragmented forest
E González, A Salvo, G Valladares
Insect Science 24 (5), 891-901, 2017
Towards the design of biodiverse green roofs in Argentina: assessing key elements for different functional groups of arthropods
D Fabián, E González, MVS Domínguez, A Salvo, MS Fenoglio
Urban forestry & Urban greening 61, 127107, 2021
Arthropod diversity and ecological processes on green roofs in a semi-rural area of Argentina: Similarity to neighbor ground habitats and landscape effects
MVS Domínguez, E González, D Fabian, A Salvo, MS Fenoglio
Landscape and Urban Planning 199, 103816, 2020
Ecological requirements drive the variable responses of wheat pests and natural enemies to the landscape context
E González, FJJA Bianchi, PW Eckerter, V Pfaff, S Weiler, MH Entling
Journal of Applied Ecology 59 (2), 444-456, 2022
Distribution of ecosystem services within oilseed rape fields: Effects of field defects on pest and weed seed predation rates
E González, M Seidl, T Kadlec, M Ferrante, M Knapp
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 295, 106894, 2020
Temporary non-crop habitats within arable fields: The effects of field defects on carabid beetle assemblages
M Seidl, E Gonzalez, T Kadlec, P Saska, M Knapp
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 293, 106856, 2020
Climate variability and aridity modulate the role of leaf shelters for arthropods: A global experiment
GQ Romero, T Gonçalves‐Souza, T Roslin, RJ Marquis, NAC Marino, ...
Global change biology 28 (11), 3694-3710, 2022
Insects moving through forest-crop edges: a comparison among sampling methods
E González, A Salvo, G Valladares
Journal of insect conservation 24 (2), 249-258, 2020
Artificial temporary non-crop habitats support parasitoids on arable land
E González, M Štrobl, P Janšta, T Hovorka, T Kadlec, M Knapp
Biological Conservation 265, 109409, 2022
Fungal ectoparasites increase winter mortality of ladybird hosts despite limited effects on their immune system
M Knapp, M Řeřicha, D Haelewaters, E González
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1971), 20212538, 2022
Importance of grassy and forest non-crop habitat islands for overwintering of ground-dwelling arthropods in agricultural landscapes: A multi-taxa approach
M Knapp, M Štrobl, A Venturo, M Seidl, L Jakubíková, K Tajovský, ...
Biological Conservation 275, 109757, 2022
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