Untangling the complexity of priority effects in multi-species communities
Synthesizing the effects of individual-level variation on coexistence
Understanding the emergence of contingent and deterministic exclusion in multispecies communities
Bridging parametric and nonparametric measures of species interactions unveils new insights of non-equilibrium dynamics
Coexistence holes characterize the assembly and disassembly of multispecies systems
Merging dynamical and structural indicators to measure resilience in multispecies systems
Telling ecological networks apart by their structure: An environment-dependent approach
Towards a Probabilistic Understanding About the Context-Dependency of Species Interactions
Disentangling the effects of external perturbations on coexistence and priority effects
On the Consequences of the Interdependence of Stabilizing and Equalizing Mechanisms
A guideline to study the feasibility domain of multi-trophic and changing ecological communities
Rethinking the importance of the structure of ecological networks under an environment-dependent framework
Structural stability as a consistent predictor of phenological events
Structural changes within trophic levels are constrained by within-family assembly rules at lower trophic levels
Will a small randomly-assembled community be feasible and stable?
Why are some plant-pollinator networks more nested than others?