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  1. The importance of insects on land and in water: a tropical view
  2. Functional structure and diversity of invertebrate communities in a glacierised catchment of the tropical Andes
  3. Multidrug-resistant bacteria in an urban river in a large city in the Andes
  4. Land use effects on stream invertebrate communities of the tropical Andes
  5. Global study of organic matter decomposition in streams and riparian zones
  6. Influence of ecological factors on the presence of a triatomine species associated with the arboreal habitat of a host of Trypanosoma cruzi
  7. The Shiny Cowbird, Molothrus bonariensis (Gmelin, 1789) (Aves: Icteridae), at 2,800 m asl in Quito, Ecuador
  8. The altitudinal limit ofLeptohyphesEaton, 1882 andLachlaniaHagen, 1868 (Ephemeroptera: Leptohyphidae, Oligoneuriidae) in Ecuadorian Andes streams: searching for mechanisms
  9. Changes in the distribution of multispecies pest assemblages affect levels of crop damage in warming tropical Andes
  10. Obstacles to integrated pest management adoption in developing countries
  11. Agent-Based Models and Integrated Pest Management Diffusion in Small Scale Farmer Communities
  12. How Can Model Comparison Help Improving Species Distribution Models?
  13. Modeling temperature-dependent survival with small datasets: insights from tropical mountain agricultural pests
  14. Modeling invasive species spread in complex landscapes: the case of potato moth in Ecuador
  15. Predicting richness effects on ecosystem function in natural communities: insights from high-elevation streams
  16. Agent-Based Modeling of Human-Induced Spread of Invasive Species in Agricultural Landscapes: Insights from the Potato Moth in Ecuador
  17. Crop damage increases with pest species diversity: evidence from potato tuber moths in the tropical Andes