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Large-and small-scale environmental factors drive distributions of cool-adapted plants in karstic microrefugia
Z Bátori, A Vojtkó, T Farkas, A Szabó, K Havadtői, AE Vojtkó, C Tölgyesi, ...
Annals of Botany 119 (2), 301-309, 2017
662017
Karst dolines provide diverse microhabitats for different functional groups in multiple phyla
Z Bátori, A Vojtkó, IE Maák, G Lőrinczi, T Farkas, N Kántor, E Tanács, ...
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 7176, 2019
582019
The effect of the invasive Asclepias syriaca on the ground-dwelling arthropod fauna
R Gallé, N Erdélyi, N Szpisjak, C Tölgyesi, I Maák
Biologia 70, 104-111, 2015
402015
Tool selection during foraging in two species of funnel ants
I Maák, G Lőrinczi, P Le Quinquis, G Módra, D Bovet, J Call, P d'Ettorre
Animal Behaviour 123, 207-216, 2017
392017
A small number of workers with specific personality traits perform tool use in ants
I Maak, G Roelandt, P d'Ettorre
Elife 9, e61298, 2020
242020
Cues or meaningless objects? Differential responses of the ant Formica cinerea to corpses of competitors and enslavers
I Maák, B Markó, K Erős, H Babik, P Ślipiński, W Czechowski
Animal Behaviour 91, 53-59, 2014
242014
The effect of forest age and habitat structure on the ground‐dwelling ant assemblages of lowland poplar plantations
R Gallé, A Torma, I Maák
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 18 (2), 151-156, 2016
212016
Structure of ant assemblages in planted poplar (Populus alba) forests and the effect of the common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca)
AÁ Somogyi, G LŐrinczi, J Kovács, IE Maák
Acta Zoologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 63 (4), 443-457, 2017
182017
The influence of colony traits on the collective behaviour of Myrmica scabrinodis ants
I Maák, J Camera, LP Casacci, F Barbero, G Trigos‐Peral, P Ślipiński, ...
Insect Conservation and Diversity 12 (6), 481-491, 2019
172019
The effects of habitat parameters and forest age on the ground dwelling spiders of lowland poplar forests (Hungary)
R Gallé, I Maák, N Szpisjak
Journal of insect conservation 18, 791-799, 2014
172014
Karstic microrefugia host functionally specific ant assemblages
Z Bátori, G Lőrinczi, C Tölgyesi, G Módra, O Juhász, DJ Aguilon, A Vojtkó, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 613738, 2020
152020
The effects of intensive logging on the capacity of karst dolines to provide potential microrefugia for cool-adapted plants
PJ Kiss, C Tölgyesi, I Bóni, L Erdős, A Vojtkó, IE Maák, Z Bátori
Acta Geographica Slovenica 60 (1), 37–48-37–48, 2020
152020
Which tools to use? Choice optimization in the tool-using ant, Aphaenogaster subterranea
G Lőrinczi, G Módra, O Juhász, I Maák
Behavioral Ecology 29 (6), 1444-1452, 2018
152018
The role of nature reserves in preserving saproxylic biodiversity: using longhorn beetles (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) as bioindicators
L Karpiński, I Maák, P Wegierek
The European Zoological Journal 88 (1), 487-504, 2021
132021
Habitat features and colony characteristics influencing ant personality and its fitness consequences
I Maák, G Trigos-Peral, P Ślipiński, IM Grześ, G Horváth, M Witek
Behavioral Ecology 32 (1), 124-137, 2021
132021
Differential impact of two dominant Formica ant species (Hymenoptera, Formicidae) on subordinates in temperate Europe
GT Peral, B Marko, H Babik, I TǍuşan, I Maák, Z Pálfi, P Ślipiński, ...
Journal of Hymenoptera Research 50, 97-116, 2016
132016
Behaviours indicating cannibalistic necrophagy in ants are modulated by the perception of pathogen infection level
I Maák, E Tóth, M Lenda, G Lőrinczi, A Kiss, O Juhász, W Czechowski, ...
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 17906, 2020
122020
Wood ants as biological control of the forest pest beetles Ips spp.
G Trigos-Peral, O Juhász, PJ Kiss, G Módra, A Tenyér, I Maák
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 17931, 2021
112021
Consequences of climate change-induced habitat conversions on red wood ants in a Central European mountain: a case study
O Juhász, Á Fürjes-Mikó, A Tenyér, AÁ Somogyi, DJ Aguilon, PJ Kiss, ...
Animals 10 (9), 1677, 2020
102020
Large-and small-scale environmental factors drive distributions of ant mound size across a latitudinal gradient
O Juhász, Z Bátori, G Trigos-Peral, G Lőrinczi, G Módra, I Bóni, PJ Kiss, ...
Insects 11 (6), 350, 2020
102020
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