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Senay Yitbarek, John H. Vandermeer, Ivette Perfecto*. 2017. Parasite mediated competition facilitates invasion (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). BioRxiv

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Senay Yitbarek, Ivette Perfecto, John H. Vandermeer. 2017. Competitive release from native range does not predict invasive success of a globally dominant exotic ant species. BioRxiv

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Senay Yitbarek, John H. Vandermeer. 2017. Reduction of species coexistence through mixing in a spatial competition model. Theoretical ecology

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Senay Yitbarek, Ivette Perfecto, John H. Vandermeer. 2017. From insinuator to dominator: Foraging switching by an exotic ant. Diversity and Distributions

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John H. Vandermeer, Senay Yitbarek. 2012. Self-organized spatial pattern determines biodiversity in spatial competition. Journal of Theoretical Biology

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Senay Yitbarek, John H. Vandermeer, Dave Allen. 2011. The Combined Effects of Exogenous and Endogenous Variability on the Spatial Distribution of Ant Communities in a Forested Ecosystem (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Environmental Entomology

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Senay Yitbarek. 2008. Reconsidering Invasive Grass and Mowing Impacts on Native Arthropod Populations in a Restored Grassland. The Berkeley McNair Research Journal

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