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  • Sanders, N.J.; Crutsinger, G.M.; Dunn, R.R.; Majer, J.D.; Delabie, J.H.C. An Ant Mosaic Revisited: Dominant Ant Species Disassemble Arboreal Ant Communities but Co-Occur Randomly. Biotropica, vol.39, p.422-427, 2007.

  • Isaac,M.E.; Timmer, V. R.; Quashie-Sam, S. J. Shade tree effects in an 8-year-old cocoa agroforestry system: biomass and nutrient diagnosis of Theobroma cacao by vector analysis. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems, vol. 78, no. 2, p. 155-165, 2007.

  • Estrada, A.; Coates-Estrada, R. Diversity of Neotropical migratory landbird species assemblages in forest fragments and man-made vegetation in Los Tuxtlas, Mexico.Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 14, p.1719-1734, 2005.

  • Perez-De la Cruz, M; Sanchez-Soto, S.; Ortiz-Garcia, C.F.; Zapata-Mata, R.; De la Cruz-Perez A. Diversity of insects captured by weaver spiders (Arachnida : Araneae) in the cocoa agroecosystem in Tabasco, Mexico, English Abstract Diversidad de Insectos Capturados por Aranas Tejedoras (Arachnida: Araneae) en el Agroecosistema Cacao en Tabasco, Mexico. Neotropical Entomology, vol. 36, p. 90-101, 2007.

  • Bos, M.M.; Steffan-Dewenter, I.; Tscharntke, T. The contribution of cacao agroforests to the conservation of lower canopy ant and beetle diversity in Indonesia. Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 16, p. 2429-2444, 2007.

  • Laird, S. A.; Awung, G.L.; Lysinge, R.J. Cocoa farms in the Mount Cameroon region: biological and cultural diversity in local livelihoods. Biodiversity and Conservation, vol.16, p. 2401-2427, 2007.

  • Sonwa, D.J.; Nkongmeneck, B.A.; Weise, S.F.; Tchatat, M.; Adesina, A.A.; Janssens, M.J.J. Diversity of plants in cocoa agroforests in the humid forest zone of Southern Cameroon. Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 16, p.2385-2400, 2007.

  • Delabie, J.H.C.; Jahyny, B.; Nascimento, I.C.; Marioano, C.S.F.; Lacau, S.; Campiolo, S.; Philpott, S.M.; Leponce, M. Contribution of cocoa plantations to the conservation of native ants (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae) with a special emphasis on the Atlantic Forest fauna of southern Bahia, Brazil. Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 16, p. 2359-2384, 2007.

  • Faria, D.; Barradas Paciencia, M.L.; Dixo, M.; Laps, R. R.; Baumgarten, J. Ferns, frogs, lizards, birds and bats in forest fragments and shade cacao plantations in two contrasting landscapes in the Atlantic forest, Brazil. Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 16, p. 2335-2357, 2007

  • Vaughan, C.; Ramirez, O.; Herrera, G.; Guries, R. Spatial ecology and conservation of two sloth species in a cacao landscape in Limon, Costa Rica. Biodiversity and Conservation, vol. 16, p.2293-2310, 2007.

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