Jason M Gleditsch
Jason M Gleditsch
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Fruit quantity of invasive shrubs predicts the abundance of common native avian frugivores in central Pennsylvania
JM Gleditsch, TA Carlo
Diversity and Distributions 17 (2), 244-253, 2011
1102011
Where do seeds go when they go far? Distance and directionality of avian seed dispersal in heterogeneous landscapes
TA Carlo, D García, D Martínez, JM Gleditsch, JM Morales
Ecology 94 (2), 301-307, 2013
952013
Living with aliens: effects of invasive shrub honeysuckles on avian nesting
JM Gleditsch, TA Carlo
PloS one 9 (9), e107120, 2014
142014
The role of invasive plant species in urban avian conservation
JM Gleditsch
Ecology and Conservation of Birds in Urban Environments, 413-424, 2017
132017
Structure, spatial dynamics, and stability of novel seed dispersal mutualistic networks in Hawaiʻi
J Vizentin-Bugoni, CE Tarwater, JT Foster, DR Drake, JM Gleditsch, ...
Science 364 (6435), 78-82, 2019
62019
Rapid morphological change of nonnative frugivores on the Hawaiian island of O'ahu
JM Gleditsch, JH Sperry
Evolution, 2019
22019
Connecting resource tracking by frugivores to temporal variation in seed dispersal networks
JM Gleditsch, AM Hruska, JT Foster
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 5, 98, 2017
22017
Folivory by a tropical tanager: species of plants used and the relationship between leaf consumption and fruit abundance
TA Carlo, RA Pérez‐Rivera, JM Gelditsch
Journal of Field Ornithology 83 (1), 11-16, 2012
22012
Living with aliens: the effect of a invasive shrub on avian nesting ecology
JM Gleditsch
2012
PS 103-113: Invasive shrubs predict the abundance of common native avian frugivores in a landscape of central Pennsylvania
JM Gleditsch, TA Carlo
The 95th ESA Annual Meeting, 2010
2010
Invasive shrubs predict the abundance of common native avian frugivores in a landscape of central Pennsylvania
JM Gleditsch
INVASIVE SHRUB ABUNDANCE PREDICTS THE ABUNDANCE OF
JM Gleditsch, TA Carlo
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