Hybrid networks reveal contrasting effects of agricultural intensification on antagonistic and mutualistic motifs

Carlos Martínez Núñez & Pedro Rey
1. Anthropogenic-driven perturbations such as agricultural intensification can affect simultaneously and distinctly several species groups and ecosystem functions. Unveiling these concurrent effects on interdependent species groups connected by different types of ecological interactions is a key challenge for ecologists. To this endeavor, hybrid ecological networks arise as a promising tool. 2. In this study, we used bee trap nests to sample hybrid networks that combined mutualistic and antagonistic interactions to explore agricultural intensification effects on...
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