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Yannick Klomberg
Yannick Klomberg
Charles University
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Exploring the floristic diversity of tropical Africa
MSM Sosef, G Dauby, A Blach-Overgaard, X van Der Burgt, L Catarino, ...
BMC biology 15, 1-23, 2017
1902017
RAINBIO: A mega-database of tropical African vascular plants distributions. PhytoKeys 74: 1–18
G Dauby, R Zaiss, A Blach-Overgaard, L Catarino, T Damen, V Deblauwe, ...
1432016
Co-limitation towards lower latitudes shapes global forest diversity gradients
J Liang, JGP Gamarra, N Picard, M Zhou, B Pijanowski, DF Jacobs, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 6 (10), 1423-1437, 2022
372022
Elevational and seasonal patterns of butterflies and hawkmoths in plant-pollinator networks in tropical rainforests of Mount Cameroon
JEJ Mertens, L Brisson, Š Janeček, Y Klomberg, V Maicher, S Sáfián, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 9710, 2021
302021
Amazonian dark earth shapes the understory plant community in a Bolivian forest
E Quintero‐Vallejo, Y Klomberg, F Bongers, L Poorter, M Toledo, ...
Biotropica 47 (2), 152-161, 2015
272015
Spatiotemporal variation in the role of floral traits in shaping tropical plant‐pollinator interactions
Y Klomberg, R Tropek, JEJ Mertens, IN Kobe, J Hodeček, J Raška, ...
Ecology Letters 25 (4), 839-850, 2022
182022
The role of ultraviolet reflectance and pattern in the pollination system of Hypoxis camerooniana (Hypoxidaceae)
Y Klomberg, R Dywou Kouede, M Bartoš, JEJ Mertens, R Tropek, ...
AoB Plants 11 (5), plz057, 2019
182019
Self‐compatibility and autonomous selfing of plants in meadow communities
M Bartoš, Š Janeček, P Janečková, E Padyšáková, R Tropek, ...
Plant Biology 22 (1), 120-128, 2020
152020
Bird pollination syndrome is the plant's adaptation to ornithophily, but nectarivorous birds are not so selective
K Chmel, FL Ewome, GU Gómez, Y Klomberg, JEJ Mertens, R Tropek, ...
Oikos 130 (8), 1411-1424, 2021
142021
Differences in nectar traits between ornithophilous and entomophilous plants on Mount Cameroon
Š Janeček, K Chmel, FL Ewome, K Hrubá, Y Klomberg, IN Kobe, ...
Plants 10 (6), 1161, 2021
132021
Sunbirds' tendency to hover: the roles of energetic rewards, inflorescence architecture and rain
Z Sejfová, J Mlíkovský, FL Ewome, P Janečková, Y Klomberg, MM Njie, ...
Journal of Avian Biology 52 (7), 2021
52021
Are reproductive traits related to pollen limitation in plants? A case study from a Central European meadow
M Bartoš, Š Janeček, P Janečková, E Chmelová, R Tropek, ...
Plants 9 (5), 640, 2020
52020
Cheaters among pollinators: Floral traits drive spatiotemporal variation in nectar robbing and thieving in Afrotropical rainforests
SP Sakhalkar, Š Janeček, Y Klomberg, JEJ Mertens, J Hodeček, R Tropek
bioRxiv, 2022.05. 16.492032, 2022
22022
Spatiotemporal shifts in the role of floral traits in shaping tropical plant-pollinator interactions
Y Klomberg, R Tropek, JEJ Mertens, IN Kobe, J Hodeček, J Raška, ...
BioRxiv, 2020.10. 16.342386, 2020
22020
Are reproductive traits related to pollen limitation in plants? A case study from a central European meadow
M Bartos, S Janecek, P Janeckova, E Chmelova, R Tropek, ...
PLANTS-BASEL 9 (5), 2020
22020
Drivers of sunbird‐plant interactions on Mount Cameroon: Between neutrality and niche‐based processes
G Uceda‐Gómez, K Chmel, P Janečková, J Mlíkovský, Y Klomberg, ...
Biotropica 56 (1), 136-148, 2024
12024
Cheaters among pollinators: Nectar robbing and thieving vary spatiotemporally with floral traits in Afrotropical forests
SP Sakhalkar, Š Janeček, Y Klomberg, JEJ Mertens, J Hodeček, R Tropek
Ecosphere 14 (11), e4696, 2023
12023
The role of plant functional traits in organising plant-pollinator interactions.
YG Klomberg
Univerzita Karlova, Přírodovědecká fakulta, 2021
2021
Role and patterns of butterflies and hawkmoths in plant-pollinator networks at different elevations and seasons in tropical rainforests of Mount Cameroon
JEJ Mertens, L Brisson, Š Janeček, Y Klomberg, V Maicher, S Sáfián, ...
bioRxiv, 2021.02. 16.431477, 2021
2021
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