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Fragmentation shapes nest density and social structure but not genetic diversity of Temnothorax crassispinus (Formicidae)

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Cordonnier, Marion ; Lindner, Thomas ; Heinze, Jürgen
Date of publication of this fulltext: 19 Apr 2023 04:33

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Human activities affect biodiversity by reducing the area of habitats, altering their shape, and increasing their isolation. Ants are particularly sensitive to habitat fragmentation, as it may locally change abiotic conditions, the availability of food and nest sites, the abundance of mutualists, competitors and predators, and also restrict gene flow between patches. As a result, the genetic ...


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