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  1. Earthworm distributions are not driven by measurable soil properties. Do they really indicate soil quality?
  2. The impact of invertebrate decomposers on plants and soil
  3. Spatial structure of rainforest termites: Two matched pioneering cross‐continental case studies
  4. Tourist species bias estimates of extrapolated species density in dispersive taxa: a case study from a litter beetle assemblage in temperate woodland
  5. The Plasticity and Developmental Potential of Termites
  6. Carbon flux and forest dynamics: Increased deadwood decomposition in tropical rainforest tree‐fall canopy gaps
  7. Sharing the burden? Earthworms and woodlice show seasonal complementarity in peak abundances in soil in an oak-beech temperate woodland
  8. Darwin was right, in any given field, the spatial variability of earthworm communities in pastures isn’t driven by measurable soil properties
  9. How are the world's insects doing?
  10. Drought and presence of ants can influence hemiptera in tropical leaf litter
  11. Invertebrates and the complexity of tropical ecosystems
  12. Ant‐termite interactions: an important but under‐explored ecological linkage
  13. Darker ants dominate the canopy: Testing macroecological hypotheses for patterns in colour along a microclimatic gradient
  14. The oldest known mastotermitids (Blattodea: Termitoidae) and phylogeny of basal termites
  15. Termites can decompose more than half of deadwood in tropical rainforest
  16. Termites help rainforests during droughts.
  17. Suspended dead wood decays very slowly in the tropics.
  18. Termite environmental tolerances are more linked to desiccation than temperature in modified tropical forests
  19. Ant diversity as a direct and indirect driver of pselaphine rove beetle (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) functional diversity in tropical rainforests, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo
  20. Woody encroachment slows decomposition and termite activity in an African savanna
  21. Strong but taxon-specific responses of termites and wood-nesting ants to forest regeneration in Borneo
  22. Symbiogenesis: Beyond the endosymbiosis theory?
  23. Ants are really important scavengers in tropical rain forests
  24. Consistency of effects of tropical-forest disturbance on species composition and richness relative to use of indicator taxa
  25. The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project
  26. Patterns and drivers of lichen species composition in a NW-European lowland deciduous woodland complex
  27. No evidence for an elephant-termite feedback loop in Sand Forest, South Africa
  28. Assessing high compositional differences of beetle assemblages across vertical woodland strata in the New Forest, Hampshire, England
  29. Microhabitat heterogeneity enhances soil macrofauna and plant species diversity in an Ash – Field Maple woodland
  30. Suppression of savanna ants alters invertebrate composition and influences key ecosystem processes
  31. RevisitingCoptotermes(Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae): a global taxonomic road map for species validity and distribution of an economically important subterranean termite genus
  32. Logging cuts the functional importance of invertebrates in tropical rainforest
  33. Detection of Mitochondrial COII DNA Sequences in Ant Guts as a Method for Assessing Termite Predation by Ants
  34. Identifying possible sister groups of Cryptocercidae+Isoptera: A combined molecular and morphological phylogeny of Dictyoptera
  35. Density-body mass relationships: Inconsistent intercontinental patterns among termite feeding-groups
  36. Experimentally testing and assessing the predictive power of species assembly rules for tropical canopy ants
  37. Seasonal activity patterns of African savanna termites vary across a rainfall gradient
  38. Describing termite assemblage structure in a Peruvian lowland tropical rain forest: a comparison of two alternative methods
  39. Termites promote soil carbon and nitrogen depletion: Results from an in situ macrofauna exclusion experiment, Peru
  40. Functional structure of ant and termite assemblages in old growth forest, logged forest and oil palm plantation in Malaysian Borneo
  41. How do different rain forest termite communities differ?
  42. Differences in nest structure influence the importance ofFormica rufagroup (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) wood ant nests as refugia for earthworms
  43. Order Blattodea. In: Zhang, Z.-Q. (Ed.) Animal Biodiversity: An Outline of Higher-level Classification and Survey of Taxonomic Richness (Addenda 2013) <...
  44. Interactive Effects of Fire, Rainfall, and Litter Quality on Decomposition in Savannas: Frequent Fire Leads to Contrasting Effects
  45. Assessing the Relative Efficiency of Termite Sampling Methods along a Rainfall Gradient in African Savannas
  46. Biodiversity of soil macrofauna in the New Forest: a benchmark study across a national park landscape
  47. Erratum to: Mapping of earthworm distribution for the British Isles and Eire highlights the under-recording of an ecologically important group
  48. Public Participation in Soil Surveys: Lessons from a Pilot Study in England
  49. The pyrodiversity-biodiversity hypothesis: a test with savanna termite assemblages
  51. Public goods, public services and by-product mutualism in an ant-fern symbiosis
  52. Biodiversity hanging by a thread: the importance of fungal litter-trapping systems in tropical rainforests
  53. Mapping of earthworm distribution for the British Isles and Eire highlights the under-recording of an ecologically important group
  54. Establishing the evidence base for maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem function in the oil palm landscapes of South East Asia
  55. Anthropogenic effects on interaction outcomes: examples from insect-microbial symbioses in forest and savanna ecosystems
  56. Can higher taxa be used as a surrogate for species-level data in biodiversity surveys of litter/soil insects?
  57. From Chemical Risk Assessment to Environmental Quality Management: The Challenge for Soil Protection
  58. Termite Diversity along an Amazon-Andes Elevation Gradient, Peru
  59. Oil palm expansion into rain forest greatly reduces ant biodiversity in canopy, epiphytes and leaf-litter
  60. Some basic stuff about termites
  61. Global Biogeography of Termites: A Compilation of Sources
  62. Termite Phylogenetics and Co-cladogenesis with Symbionts
  63. The Effect of Rain Forest Canopy Architecture on the Distribution of Epiphytic Ferns (Aspleniumspp.) in Sabah, Malaysia
  64. Vertical transmission as the key to the colonization of Madagascar by fungus-growing termites?
  65. Fragmentation and pre-existing species turnover determine land-snail assemblages of tropical rain forest
  66. Plant traits and wood fates across the globe: rotted, burned, or consumed?
  67. A six year study of earthworm (Lumbricidae) populations in pasture woodland in southern England shows their responses to soil temperature and soil moisture
  68. Accelerated Species Inventory on Madagascar Using Coalescent-Based Models of Species Delineation
  69. The impact of two arable field margin management schemes on litter decomposition
  70. The value of sown grass margins for enhancing soil macrofaunal biodiversity in arable systems
  71. Structure and conservation of Sri Lankan land-snail assemblages in fragmented lowland rainforest and village home gardens
  72. Termite soldier defence strategies: a reassessment of Prestwich's classification and an examination of the evolution of defence morphology using extended eigenshape analyses of head morphology
  73. Evaluating the efficiency of sampling methods in assessing soil macrofauna communities in arable systems
  74. The role of earthworm communities in soil mineral weathering: a field experiment
  75. Earthworm induced mineral weathering: Preliminary results
  76. A comprehensive phylogenetic analysis of termites (Isoptera) illuminates key aspects of their evolutionary biology
  77. Response to Lo et al.
  78. Can arable field margins be managed to enhance their biodiversity, conservation and functional value for soil macrofauna?
  79. Scale-specific correlations between habitat heterogeneity and soil fauna diversity along a landscape structure gradient
  80. Termites are extremely social cockroaches
  81. Baseline biodiversity surveys of the soil macrofauna of London’s green spaces
  82. Sampling termites in forest habitats: A reply to Roisin and Leponce
  83. Distribution and genetic variation of Reticulitermes (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) in Portugal
  84. Assemblages of soil macrofauna across a Scottish land-use intensification gradient: influences of habitat quality, heterogeneity and area
  85. Fungus-growing termites originated in African rain forest
  86. Quantitative extraction of macro-invertebrates from temperate and tropical leaf litter and soil: efficiency and time-dependent taxonomic biases of the Winkler extraction
  87. Comparison of Euryarchaea Strains in the Guts and Food-Soil of the Soil-Feeding Termite Cubitermes fungifaber across Different Soil Types
  88. Environmental and spatial influences upon species composition of a termite assemblage across neotropical forest islands
  89. Evolution of termite functional diversity: analysis and synthesis of local ecological and regional influences on local species richness
  90. Spatial separation of Afrotropical dung beetle guilds: a trade-off between competitive superiority and energetic constraints (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)
  91. Termite assemblage collapse along a land-use intensification gradient in lowland central Sumatra, Indonesia
  92. Species composition of termites of the Nyika plateau forests, northern Malawi, over an altitudinal gradient
  93. The evolution of fungus-growing termites and their mutualistic fungal symbionts
  94. Termite diversity across an anthropogenic disturbance gradient in the humid forest zone of West Africa
  95. The termites of the Mayombe Forest Reserve, Congo (Brazzaville): transect sampling reveals an extremely high diversity of ground-nesting soil feeders
  96. Quaternary rainforest refugia in south-east Asia: using termites (Isoptera) as indicators
  97. Feeding groups, lifetypes and the global ecology of termites
  98. Termites and trees: a review of recent advances in termite phylogenetics
  99. Gut content analysis and a new feeding group classification of termites
  100. The effects of altitude and rainfall on the composition of the termites (Isoptera) of the Leuser Ecosystem (Sumatra, Indonesia)
  101. Molecular phylogenetic profiling of prokaryotic communities in guts of termites with different feeding habits
  102. Molecular phylogenetic profiling of prokaryotic communities in guts of termites with different feeding habits
  103. The effect of a soil-feeding termite, Cubitermes fungifaber (Isoptera: Termitidae) on soil properties: termites may be an important source of soil microhabitat heterogeneity in tropical forests
  104. The diversity of beetle assemblages in different habitat types in Sabah, Malaysia
  105. Morphological phylogenetics of termites (Isoptera)
  106. Morphological phylogenetics of termites (Isoptera)
  107. A standard method for sampling termites in rain forest
  108. Global Patterns of Termite Diversity
  109. Termites in Ecosystems
  110. A review of taxonomy and phylogeny of termites
  111. The effect of termite biomass and anthropogenic disturbance on the CH4 budgets of tropical forests in Cameroon and Borneo
  112. Successional response of a tropical forest termite assemblage to experimental habitat perturbation
  113. Termite assemblages, forest disturbance and greenhouse gas fluxes in Sabah, East Malaysia
  114. Respiratory gas exchanges of termites from the Sabah (Borneo) assemblage
  115. Impacts of canopy cover on soil termite assemblages in an agrisilvicultural system in southern Cameroon
  116. Termite species description rates and the state of termite taxonomy
  117. Seasonality of soil termites in a humid tropical forest, Mbalmayo, southern Cameroon
  118. Beetle Species Responses to Tropical Forest Fragmentation
  120. Body Size and Energy Use in Termites (Isoptera): The Responses of Soil Feeders and Wood Feeders Differ in a Tropical Forest Assemblage
  121. Methane emission by termites and oxidation by soils, across a forest disturbance gradient in the Mbalmayo Forest Reserve, Cameroon
  122. Trophic structure stability and extinction dynamics of beetles (Coleoptera) in tropical forest fragments
  123. Biodiversity inventories, indicator taxa and effects of habitat modificationin tropical forest
  124. On the respiratory quotient (RQ) of termites (Insecta: Isoptera)
  125. Nitrogen and carbon isotope ratios in termites: an indicator of trophic habit along the gradient from wood-feeding to soil-feeding
  126. A pilot analysis of gut contents in termites from the Mbalmayo Forest Reserve, Cameroon
  127. Carbon flux and diversity of nematodes and termites in Cameroon forest soils
  128. The Diversity, Abundance and Biomass of Termites under Differing Levels of Disturbance in the Mbalmayo Forest Reserve, Southern Cameroon
  129. Large Scale Patterns of Biodiversity: Spatial Variation in Family Richness
  130. On the elevated intestinal pH of higher termites (Isoptera: Termitidae)
  131. The species richness of termites (Isoptera) under differing levels of forest disturbance in the Mbalmayo Forest Reserve, southern Cameroon
  132. Termites live in a pear-shaped world: a response to Platnick
  133. Explaining global termite diversity: productivity or history?
  134. Comparisons of dipteran, hymenopteran and coleopteran parasitoids: provisional phylogenetic explanations
  135. Insect Parasitoids: An Evolutionary Overview
  136. Invertebrates as determinants and indicators of soil quality
  137. Patterns in male mating strategies of the Rhyssini: a holophyletic group of parasitoid wasps (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae)
  138. "Parasitoid" Species and Assemblages: Convenient Definitions or Misleading Compromises?
  139. Male reproductive behaviour of the parasitoid wasp Lytarmes maculipennis (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae)
  140. Methods for Sampling Termites
  141. The Termite Gut Habitat: Its Evolution and Co-Evolution