03/2017: New study led by our phd student Nichola Plowman about ant-plants in New Guinea was highlighted in a blog of Department of Zoology, University in Cambridge
Photo credit: Tom Fayle. Domatia of the most abundant myrmecophytes in this study. (a) Myristica subalulata with ant genus Anonychomyrma, (b) Chisocheton lasiocarpus and (c) Ryparosa amplifolia with ant genus Podomyrma.
Research on Bornean ants:
Research on phylogeography of Melanesian ants:
The ant you see at home may have come from Australia by The Museum of the University of the Philippines.
And a report at Biology Centre webpage.
Klimes P., Plowman N.S. (2015) Mystery of high diversity of ants in tropical forest canopies revealed: Migrant workers are more common than the locals [PDF]
LOCAL (CZECH) MEDIA:
Klimes P. (2016). Unwelcomed ant guests: from Czech native species to invasions from the tropics. Živa 4/2016: 192-194. [In Czech with English summary].
Expedition to Solomon Islands discovered many new species of peculiar ants (Janda M., News in CZ)
Klimes P., Mottl O. (2015) The mystery of the variety of communities of ants in the crowns of tropical trees. Živa 4: 179-182. (PDF) [In Czech with English summary]
Research on New Guinea canopy ants: Tajemství druhové rozmanitosti mravenců v korunách deštného pralesa rozluštěno (Mystery of canopy ant diversity revealed: Osel.cz, 5th April2015) :
Camponotus wanangus: dedicated to Wanang village and its people (Papua New Guinea; P. Klimes and A. McArthur 2014)
Interview with Tom Fayle, a laureaute of Otto Wichterle prise 2015, about tropical ant research in Czech Science Academy Bulletin (In Czech) [PDF]
Interview with Petr Klimeš about tropical research in New Guinea My family (Naše rodina, In Czech) [PDF] :
Interview with P.Klimeš about research in Papua New Guinea, Radio Vltava (In Czech) :