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Volume 98, Number 1, September 2009

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How did an annual plant react to Pleistocene glaciations? Postglacial history of Rhinanthus angustifolius in Europe
pp. 1-13(13)
Authors: VRANCKEN, JÉRÔME; BROCHMANN, CHRISTIAN; WESSELINGH, RENATE A.

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Phylogeography of spiny mice (genus Acomys, Rodentia: Muridae) from the south-western margin of the Sahara with taxonomic implications
pp. 29-46(18)
Authors: NICOLAS, VIOLAINE; GRANJON, LAURENT; DUPLANTIER, JEAN-MARC; CRUAUD, CORINNE; DOBIGNY, GAUTHIER

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Ecological and evolutionary components of body size: geographic variation of venomous snakes at the global scale
pp. 94-109(16)
Authors: TERRIBILE, LEVI CARINA; OLALLA-TÁRRAGA, MIGUEL ÁNGEL; DINIZ-FILHO, JOSÉ ALEXANDRE FELIZOLA; RODRÍGUEZ, MIGUEL ÁNGEL

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Behavioural correlates with hemipenis morphology in New World natricine snakes
pp. 110-120(11)
Authors: KING, RICHARD B.; JADIN, ROBERT C.; GRUE, MICHAEL; WALLEY, HARLAN D.

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Mitochondrial cytochrome b sequence yields new insight into the speciation of social voles in south-west Asia
pp. 121-128(8)
Authors: KRYŠTUFEK, BORIS; BUŽAN, ELENA V.; VOHRALÍK, VLADIMÍR; ZAREIE, ROGHAIEH; ÖZKAN, BEYTULLAH

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Wing shape variation in the medium ground finch (Geospiza fortis): an ecomorphological approach
pp. 129-138(10)
Authors: VANHOOYDONCK, BIEKE; HERREL, ANTHONY; GABELA, ANA; PODOS, JEFFREY

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Invasive Africanized honey bee impact on native solitary bees: a pollen resource and trap nest analysis
pp. 152-160(9)
Authors: ROUBIK, DAVID W.; VILLANUEVA-GUTIÉRREZ, ROGEL

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Seasonal monogamy and multiple paternity in a wild population of a territorial reptile (tuatara)
pp. 161-170(10)
Authors: MOORE, JENNIFER A.; DAUGHERTY, CHARLES H.; GODFREY, STEPHANIE S.; NELSON, NICOLA J.

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Sex ratio, mating behaviour and Wolbachia infections in a sheetweb spider
pp. 181-186(6)
Authors: GUNNARSSON, BENGT; GOODACRE, SARA L.; HEWITT, GODFREY M.

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Rapid diversification of mating systems in ciliates
pp. 187-197(11)
Authors: PHADKE, SUJAL S.; ZUFALL, REBECCA A.

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Begging call matching between a specialist brood parasite and its host: a comparative approach to detect coevolution
pp. 208-216(9)
Authors: ANDERSON, MICHAEL G.; ROSS, HOWARD A.; BRUNTON, DIANNE H.; HAUBER, MARK E.

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The adaptive role of Phosphoglucomutase and other allozymes in a marine snail across the vertical rocky-shore gradient
pp. 225-233(9)
Authors: GALINDO, JUAN; MARTÍNEZ-FERNÁNDEZ, MÓNICA; SUÁREZ, PILAR; MORÁN, PALOMA; JUAN, FUENCISLA SAN; ROLÁN-ALVAREZ, EMILIO

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What constitutes optical warning signals of ladybirds (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) towards bird predators: colour, pattern or general look?
pp. 234-242(9)
Authors: DOLENSKÁ, MICHAELA; NEDVĚD, OLDŘICH; VESELÝ, PETR; TESAŘOVÁ, MONIKA; FUCHS, ROMAN

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