Josh Ness
Josh Ness
Dept of biology, Skidmore College
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The effects of invasive ants on prospective ant mutualists
JH Ness, JL Bronstein
Biological Invasions 6 (4), 445-461, 2004
2352004
A mutualism's indirect costs: the most aggressive plant bodyguards also deter pollinators
JH Ness
Oikos 113 (3), 506-514, 2006
1992006
Ant body size predicts dispersal distance of ant‐adapted seeds: implications of small‐ant invasions
JH Ness, JL Bronstein, AN Andersen, JN Holland
Ecology 85 (5), 1244-1250, 2004
1932004
Catalpa bignonioides alters extrafloral nectar production after herbivory and attracts ant bodyguards
J Ness
Oecologia 134 (2), 210-218, 2003
1312003
Uncommon specialization in a mutualism between a temperate herbaceous plant guild and an ant: are Aphaenogaster ants keystone mutualists?
JH Ness, DF Morin, I Giladi
Oikos 118 (12), 1793-1804, 2009
1172009
Cheaters must prosper: reconciling theoretical and empirical perspectives on cheating in mutualism
EI Jones, ME Afkhami, E Akçay, JL Bronstein, R Bshary, ME Frederickson, ...
Ecology letters 18 (11), 1270-1284, 2015
1122015
For ant‐protected plants, the best defense is a hungry offense
JH Ness, WF Morris, JL Bronstein
Ecology 90 (10), 2823-2831, 2009
1082009
Forest edges and fire ants alter the seed shadow of an ant-dispersed plant
JH Ness
Oecologia 138 (3), 448-454, 2004
972004
INTEGRATING QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF MUTUALISTIC SERVICE TO CONTRAST ANT SPECIES PROTECTING FEROCACTUS WISLIZENI
JH Ness, WF Morris, JL Bronstein
Ecology 87 (4), 912-921, 2006
942006
Parasite-associated phenotype modifications in threespine stickleback
JH Ness, SA Foster
Oikos, 127-134, 1999
871999
Mutualisms as consumer-resource interactions
JN Holland, JH Ness, AL Boyle, JL Bronstein
Ecology of predator–prey interactions, 17-33, 2005
752005
Phylogenetic distance can predict susceptibility to attack by natural enemies
JH Ness, EJ Rollinson, KD Whitney
Oikos 120 (9), 1327-1334, 2011
702011
Forest edges and landscape history shape interactions between plants, seed-dispersing ants and seed predators
JH Ness, DF Morin
Biological conservation 141 (3), 838-847, 2008
652008
Ants as mutualists
J Ness, K Mooney, L Lach
Ant ecology, 97-114, 2010
622010
Abiotic influences on the behaviour of rodents, ants, and plants affect an ant-seed mutualism
JH Ness, K Bressmer
Ecoscience 12 (1), 76-81, 2005
352005
Contrasting exotic Solenopsis invicta and native Forelius pruinosus ants as mutualists with Catalpa bignonioides, a native plant
JH Ness
Ecological Entomology 28 (2), 247-251, 2003
322003
Environmental forcing and the competitive dynamics of a guild of cactus‐tending ant mutualists
WF Morris, WG Wilson, JL Bronstein, JH Ness
Ecology 86 (12), 3190-3199, 2005
262005
Species of Aulacoscelis Duponchel and Chevrolat (Chrysomelidae) and Nomotus Gorham (Languriidae) feed on fronds of central american cycads
D Windsor, J Ness, LD Gomez, PH Jolivet
The Coleopterists' Bulletin, 217-231, 1999
221999
Reciprocally beneficial interactions between introduced plants and ants are induced by the presence of a third introduced species
JH Ness, MA Morales, E Kenison, E Leduc, P Leipzig‐Scott, E Rollinson, ...
Oikos 122 (5), 695-704, 2013
162013
The demographic consequences of mutualism: ants increase host-plant fruit production but not population growth
KR Ford, JH Ness, JL Bronstein, WF Morris
Oecologia 179 (2), 435-446, 2015
142015
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