科研产出 (Publications and awards since group establishment, May 2017)
 Primary or Corresponding Authored Papers (* Corresponding Author, Group members highlighted in bold)

1. Dossa, G. G. O.*, Paudel, E., Schaefer, D., Zhang, J. L., Cao K. F., Xu J. C., and Harrison R. D.* 2020. Quantifying the factors affecting wood decomposition across a tropical forest disturbance gradient. Forest Ecology and Management. 468:118166. (IF 2018=3.126, Top 10).

2. Bhadra, S.* and Cai, Z. Q.* 2020. Karyological variability and chromosomal asymmetry in highland cultivars of Chenopodium quinoa Willd. (Amaranthaceae). Accepted in Caryologia (IF 2018=1.174).

3. Liu, X., Wang, Z., Huang, C., Li, L., Bibi, F., Zhou, S. and Nakamura, A.* 2020. Ant assemblage composition explains high predation pressure on artificial caterpillars during early night. Ecological Entomology. 45: 547-554. (IF 2018=2.073, Q1).

4. Alcantara, M. J. M., Modi, S., Ling, T. C., Monkai, J., Xu, H., Huang, S. and Nakamura, A.* 2019. Differences in geographic distribution of ant species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) between forests and rubber plantations: a case study in Xishuangbanna, China, and a global meta-analysis. Myrmecological News.29:135-145. (IF 2018=2.619, Q1)

5. Fontanilla, A. M., Nakamura, A.*, Xu, Z., Cao, M., Kitching, R. L., Tang, Y. and Burwell, C. J., 2019. Taxonomic and functional ant diversity along tropical, Subtropical, and subalpine elevational transects in southwest China. Insects. 10(5):128. (IF 2018=2.139, Q1).

6. Mizuno, T.*, Hagiwara, Y. and Akino, T. 2019. Varied effects of tending ant species on the development of facultatively myrmecophilous lycaenid butterfly larvae. Insects. 10: 234. (IF 2018=2.139, Q1)

7. Dossa, G. G. O., Jin, Y-Q, Lü, X-T, Tang, J-W*, and Harrison, R. D. 2019. Small Roots of Parashorea chinensis Wang Hsie Decompose Slower than Twigs. Forests. 10: 301. (IF 2018=2.116).

8. Phoutthavong, K., Nakamura, A., Cheng, X. and Cao, M.* 2019. Differences in pteridophyte diversity between limestone forests and non-limestone forests in the monsoonal tropics of southwestern China, Plant Ecology. 220: 917-934. (IF 2018=1.789).

9. Dossa, G. G. O.*, Schaefer, D., Zhang, J-L, Tao, J-P, Cao, K-F, Corlett, R. T., Cunningham, A. B., Xu, J-C, Cornelissen, J. H. C. and Harrison, R. D. 2018. The cover uncovered: bark control over wood decomposition. Journal of Ecology. 103: 2147-2160. (IF 2018=5.687, Q1).

10. Mizuno, T.*, Hagiwara, Y., and Akino, T. 2018. Chemical tactic of facultative myrmecophilous lycaenid pupa to suppress ant aggression. Chemoecology. 28: 173-182. (IF 2018=2.488).

11. Mizuno, T.*, Hayashi, M. and Akino T. 2018. Combined use of two defensive traits in pupae of Scymnus posticalis ladybirds. Ethology. 124: 468-474. (IF 2018=1.525).

12. Xing, S., Bonebrake, T. C., Ashton, L. A., Kitching, R. L., Min, C., Zhenhua, S., Ho, J. C. and Nakamura, A.*, 2018. Colors of night: climate–morphology relationships of geometrid moths along spatial gradients in southwestern China. Oecologia. 188: 537-546. (IF 2018=2.915).

13. Cheng, W., Xing, S., Chen, Y., Lin, R., Bonebrake, T. C. and Nakamura, A.* 2018. Dark butterflies camouflaged from predation in dark tropical forest understories. Ecological Entomology. 43: 304-309. (IF 2018=2.073, Q1).

14. Nakamura, A., Kitching, R. L., Cao, M., Creedy, T. J., Fayle, T. M., Freiberg, M., Hewitt, C. N., Itioka, T., Koh, L. P., Ma, K., Malhi Y., Mitchell, A., Novotny, V., Ozanne, C. M. P., Song, L., Wang, H., and Ashton, L. A.* 2017. Forests and their canopies: achievements and horizons in canopy science. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 32: 438-451. (IF 2018=15.236, Top 10).

Co-authored Papers (* Corresponding Author, Group members highlighted in bold)

15. Swenson, N. G.*, Hulshof, C. M., Katabuchi, M. and Enquist, B. J. 2020 (in press). Long-term shifts in the functional composition and diversity of a tropical dry forest: a 30-yr study. Ecological Monographs. e01408. (IF 2018=7.698, Top 10). 

16. Webb, E. L., Choo, Y. R., Kudavidanage, E. P., Amarasinghe, T. R., Bandara, U. G. S. I., Wanninayaka, W. A. C. L., Ravindrakumar, P., Nimalrathna, T. S., Liang, S. H. and Chua, M. A. H. 2020 (in press). Leopard activity patterns in a small montane protected area highlight the need for integrated, collaborative landscape conservation. Global Ecology and Conservation. E01182. (IF 2018=2.751).

17. Blanchard, B. D.*, Nakamura, A., Cao, M., Chen, S. T. and Moreau, C. S. in press. Spine and dine: A key defensive trait promotes ecological success in spiny ants. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 5852-5863. (IF 2018=2.415).

18. McCaig, T., Sam, L., Nakamura, A. and Stork, N. E.*. 2020. Is insect vertical distribution in rainforests better explained by distance from the canopy top or distance from the ground? Biodiversity and Conservation. 29: 1081-1103. (IF 2018=3.142, Q1).

19. Lamarre, G. P. A., Fayle, T. M., Segar, S. T., Laird-Hopkins, B. C., Nakamura, A., Souto-Vilarós, D., Watanabe, S., and Basset, Y.* 2020. Monitoring tropical insects in the 21st century. Advances in Ecological Research. 62:295-330. (IF 2018=5.724, Top10).

20. Tongkok, S., He, X.*, Alcantara, M. J. M., Saralamba, C., Nathalang, A., Chanthorn, W., Brockelman, W. Y. and Lin., L.* 2020. Composition of frugivores of Baccaurea ramiflora (Phyllanthaceae) and effects of environmental factors on frugivory in two tropical forests of China and Thailand. Global Ecology and Conservation. 23: e01096. (IF 2018=2.751).

21. Burwell, C. J.*, and Nakamura, A. 2020. Rainforest ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) along an elevational gradient at Eungella in the Clarke Range, Central Queensland Coast, Australia. Proceedings of The Royal Society of Queensland. 125:43-63.

22. Shi, L., Dossa, G. G. O., Paudel, E., Zang, H., Xu, J. and Harrison, R. D.* 2019. Changes in fungal communities across a forest disturbance gradient. Applied and Environmental Microbiology (AEM). 85: e00080-19. (IF 2018=4.077).

23. Jono, T.*, Kojima, Y. and Mizuno, T. 2019. Novel cooperative antipredator tactics of an ant specialized against a snake. Royal Society Open Science. 6: 190283. (IF 2018=2.515).

24. Dissanayake, D. M. N. J., Zhai, D.*, Dossa, G. G. O., Shi, J., Luo, Q. and Xu, J.* 2019. Roads as drivers of aboveground biomass loss at tropical forest edges in Xishuangbanna, southwest China. Land Degradation & Development. 30: 1325-1335. (IF 2018=4.275, Q1).

25. Basset, Y., Ctvrtecka, R., Dahl, C., Miller, S. E., Quicke, D. L. J., Segar, S. T., Barrios, H., Beaver, R. A., Brown, J. W., Bunyavejchewin, S., Gripenberg, S., Knizek, M., Kongnoo, P., Lewis, O. T., Pongpattananurak, N., Pramual, P., Sakchoowong, W. and Schutze, M. 2019. Insect assemblages attacking seeds and fruits in a rainforest in Thailand. Entomological Science. 22: 137-150. (IF 2018=1.073).

26. Luk, C. L., Basset, Y., Kongnoo, P., Hau, B. C. H. and Bonebrake, T. C.* 2019. Inter-annual monitoring improves diversity estimation of tropical butterfly assemblages. Biotropica. 51: 519-528. (IF 2018=2.989).

27. Lamarre, G. P. A.*, Juin, Y., Lapied, E., Le Gall, P. and Nakamura, A. 2018. Using field-based entomological research to promote awareness about forest ecosystem conservation. Nature Conservation. 29: 39-56. (IF 2018=1.220).

28. Sreekar, R.*, Katabuchi, M., Nakamura, A., Corlett, R. T., Slik, J. W. F., Fletcher, C., He, F., Weiblen, G. D., Shen, G., Xu, H., Sun, I., Cao, K., Ma, K., Chang, L., Cao, M., Jiang, M., Gunatilleke, I. A. U. N., Ong, P., Yap, S., Gunatilleke, C. V. S., Novotny, V., Brockelman, W. Y., Xiang, W., Mi, X., Li, X., Wang, X., Qiao, X., Li, Y., Tan, S., Condit, R., Harrison, R. D. and Koh., L. P. 2018. Spatial scale changes the relationship between beta diversity, species richness and latitude. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 181168. (IF 2018=2.515).

29. Xing, S., Cheng, W., Nakamura, A., Tang, C. C., Pickett, E. J., Huang, S., Odell, E., Goodale, E., Goodale, U. M. and Bonebrake, T. C.* 2018. Elevational clines in morphological traits of subtropical and tropical butterfly assemblages. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 123: 506-517. (IF 2018=2.203).

30. Yoshida, T.*, Ban, Y. and Nakamura, A. 2018. Vertical stratification of invertebrate assemblages in water-filled treeholes of a temperate deciduous forest. Basic and Applied Ecology. 27: 61-70. (IF 2018=2.474).

31. Roslin, T.*, Hardwick, B., Novotny, V., Andrew, N., Asmus, A., Barrio, I. C., Basset, Y., Boesing, A. L., Bonebrake, T. C., Cameron, E. K., Dattilo, W., Donoso, D. A., Drozd, P., Gray, C. L., Hik, D. S., Hill, S., Hopkins, T., Huang, S., Koane, B., Laird-Hopkins, B., Laukkanen, L., Lewis, O. T., Milne, S., Mwesige, I., Nakamura, A., Nell, C. S., Nichols, E., Petry, W. K., Prokurat, A., Sam, K., Schmidt, N. M., Slade, A., Slade, V., Suchankova, A., Teder, T., van Nouhuys, S., Vandvik, V., Weissflog, A., Zhukovich, V. & Slade, E. M. 2017. Higher predation risk for insect prey at low latitudes and elevations Science. 356: 742-744. (IF 2018=41.037, Top 10).

32. 马怀霞, 阎凯, Dossa, G. G. O. and 许建初. 2019. 基于中红外光谱法土壤理化性质与稳定性同位素剖面分布. 水土保持研究. 2019: 58-65+71.

 

获奖 (Awards)

1. 2019年度云南省外国专家彩云奖云南省政府获奖人:Akihiro Nakamura. 2019 Yunnan Friendship Award, Yunnan Government. Awarded to Nakamura. 

2. 2018年度菠萝科学奖浙江省科协获奖人:Akihiro NakamuraShuyin Huang. 2018 Pineapple Award for Biology and Medicine, Zhejiang Province Science and Technology Bureau. Awarded to Nakamura and Huang