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Guillermo C. Amico
Guillermo C. Amico
Universidad Nacional del Comahue
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Birds as suppliers of seed dispersal in temperate ecosystems: conservation guidelines from real‐world landscapes
D Garcia, R Zamora, GC Amico
Conservation biology 24 (4), 1070-1079, 2010
2262010
Ecology: Mistletoe seed dispersal by a marsupial
G Amico, MA Aizen
Nature 408 (6815), 929-930, 2000
2112000
The spatial scale of plant–animal interactions: effects of resource availability and habitat structure
D García, R Zamora, GC Amico
Ecological Monographs 81 (1), 103-121, 2011
1432011
Dispersión de semillas por aves en un bosque templado de Sudamérica austral:¿ quién dispersa a quién?
GC Amico, MA Aizen
Ecología austral 15 (1), 89-100, 2005
1412005
The potential key seed-dispersing role of the arboreal marsupial Dromiciops gliroides
GC Amico, MA Rodríguez-Cabal, MA Aizen
Acta oecologica 35 (1), 8-13, 2009
1182009
Exotic mammals disperse exotic fungi that promote invasion by exotic trees
MA Nuñez, J Hayward, TR Horton, GC Amico, RD Dimarco, ...
PLoS one 8 (6), e66832, 2013
1132013
Seed dispersal by a frugivorous marsupial shapes the spatial scale of a mistletoe population
D García, MA Rodríguez‐Cabal, GC Amico
Journal of Ecology 97 (2), 217-229, 2009
1132009
Impact of non-native birds on native ecosystems: a global analysis
VL Martin-Albarracin, GC Amico, D Simberloff, MA Nuñez
PLoS One 10 (11), e0143070, 2015
1102015
Geographic variation in fruit colour is associated with contrasting seed disperser assemblages in a south‐Andean mistletoe
GC Amico, MA Rodriguez‐Cabal, MA Aizen
Ecography 34 (2), 318-326, 2011
842011
Neighborhood effects on seed dispersal by frugivores: testing theory with a mistletoe–marsupial system in Patagonia
JM Morales, MD Rivarola, G Amico, TA Carlo
Ecology 93 (4), 741-748, 2012
832012
Node-by-node disassembly of a mutualistic interaction web driven by species introductions
MA Rodriguez-Cabal, MN Barrios-Garcia, GC Amico, MA Aizen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (41), 16503-16507, 2013
782013
Artificial perches promote vegetation restoration
BY Guidetti, GC Amico, S Dardanelli, MA Rodriguez-Cabal
Plant ecology 217, 935-942, 2016
702016
Phylogenetic relationships and ecological speciation in the mistletoe Tristerix (Loranthaceae): the influence of pollinators, dispersers, and hosts
GC Amico, R Vidal‐Russell, DL Nickrent
American Journal of Botany 94 (4), 558-567, 2007
652007
Ecological consistency across space: a synthesis of the ecological aspects of Dromiciops gliroides in Argentina and Chile
FE Fontúrbel, M Franco, MA Rodríguez-Cabal, MD Rivarola, GC Amico
Naturwissenschaften 99, 873-881, 2012
622012
Population structure and phylogeography of the mistletoes Tristerix corymbosus and T. aphyllus (Loranthaceae) using chloroplast DNA sequence variation
GC Amico, DL Nickrent
American Journal of Botany 96 (8), 1571-1580, 2009
442009
Can network metrics predict vulnerability and species roles in bird‐dispersed plant communities? Not without behaviour
T Morán‐López, WD Espíndola, BS Vizzachero, A Fontanella, L Salinas, ...
Ecology letters 23 (2), 348-358, 2020
362020
Diet complementation as a frequency‐dependent mechanism conferring advantages to rare plants via dispersal
T Morán‐López, TA Carlo, GC Amico, JM Morales
Functional Ecology, 2018
292018
Population characteristics of Dvomiciops glivoides (Philippi, 1893), an endemic marsupial of the temperate forest of Patagonia
MA Rodríguez-Cabal, GC Amico, AJ Novaro, MA Aizen
Mammalian Biology 73, 74-76, 2008
292008
A morphological and molecular study in the Deschampsia cespitosa complex (Poaceae; Poeae; Airinae) in northern North America
JO Chiapella, VL DeBoer, GC Amico, JC Kuhl
American Journal of Botany 98 (8), 1366-1380, 2011
262011
Behavioral traits of the arboreal marsupial Dromiciops gliroides during Tristerix corymbosus fruiting season
A Di Virgilio, GC Amico, JM Morales
Journal of Mammalogy 95 (6), 1189-1198, 2014
242014
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