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  • Writer's pictureLucie Aulus

The ants that break down biogeographic boundaries... and biodiversity

Ants transported by humans beyond their native range are reshaping all ant species communities on the planet. So, as our study published in "Nature Communications" shows, our impact on biodiversity is overriding the biogeographical patterns resulting from millions of years of evolution, and disproportionately affecting the south of the globe and islands.

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