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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 81, Number 1, 1 January 2012

Trophic links between functional groups of arable plants and beetles are stable at a national scale
pp. 4-13(10)
Authors: Brooks, David R.; Storkey, Jonathan; Clark, Suzanne J.; Firbank, Les G.; Petit, Sandrine; Woiwod, Ian P.

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A predictive model of avian natal dispersal distance provides prior information for investigating response to landscape change
pp. 14-23(10)
Authors: Garrard, Georgia E.; McCarthy, Michael A.; Vesk, Peter A.; Radford, James Q.; Bennett, Andrew F.

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Territory quality determines social group composition in Ethiopian wolves Canis simensis
pp. 24-35(12)
Authors: Tallents, Lucy A.; Randall, Deborah A.; Williams, Stuart D.; Macdonald, David W.

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The impact of a pathogenic bacterium on a social carnivore population
pp. 36-46(11)
Authors: Höner, Oliver P.; Wachter, Bettina; Goller, Katja V.; Hofer, Heribert; Runyoro, Victor; Thierer, Dagmar; Fyumagwa, Robert D.; Müller, Thomas; East, Marion L.

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Synergistic effects of seasonal rainfall, parasites and demography on fluctuations in springbok body condition
pp. 58-69(12)
Authors: Turner, Wendy C.; Versfeld, Wilferd D.; Kilian, J. Werner; Getz, Wayne M.

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Behavioural resistance against a protozoan parasite in the monarch butterfly
pp. 70-79(10)
Authors: Lefèvre, Thierry; Chiang, Allen; Kelavkar, Mangala; Li, Hui; Li, James; de Castillejo, Carlos Lopez Fernandez; Oliver, Lindsay; Potini, Yamini; Hunter, Mark D.; de Roode, Jacobus C.

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Litter sex composition affects life‐history traits in yellow‐bellied marmots
pp. 80-86(7)
Authors: Monclús, Raquel; Blumstein, Daniel T.

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Female plumage coloration is sensitive to the cost of reproduction. An experiment in blue tits
pp. 87-96(10)
Authors: Doutrelant, Claire; Grégoire, Arnaud; Midamegbe, Afiwa; Lambrechts, Marcel; Perret, Philippe

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Lifetime fitness correlates of natal dispersal distance in a colonial bird
pp. 97-107(11)
Authors: Serrano, David; Tella, José L.

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Reduced size and starvation resistance in adult mosquitoes, Aedes notoscriptus, exposed to predation cues as larvae
pp. 108-115(8)
Authors: van Uitregt, Vincent O.; Hurst, Timothy P.; Wilson, Robbie S.

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Variation in personality and behavioural plasticity across four populations of the great tit Parus major
pp. 116-126(11)
Authors: Dingemanse, Niels J.; Bouwman, Karen M.; van de Pol, Martijn; van Overveld, Thijs; Patrick, Samantha C.; Matthysen, Erik; Quinn, John L.

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How avian nest site selection responds to predation risk: testing an ‘adaptive peak hypothesis’
pp. 127-138(12)
Authors: Latif, Quresh S.; Heath, Sacha K.; Rotenberry, John T.

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Bayesian inference on age‐specific survival for censored and truncated data
pp. 139-149(11)
Authors: Colchero, Fernando; Clark, James S.

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Dying like rabbits: general determinants of spatio‐temporal variability in survival
pp. 150-161(12)
Authors: Tablado, Zulima; Revilla, Eloy; Palomares, Francisco

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Evaluating the demographic buffering hypothesis with vital rates estimated for Weddell seals from 30 years of mark–recapture data
pp. 162-173(12)
Authors: Rotella, Jay J.; Link, William A.; Chambert, Thierry; Stauffer, Glenn E.; Garrott, Robert A.

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Flexible components of functional responses
pp. 185-189(5)
Author: Okuyama, Toshinori

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Evaluating sampling completeness in a desert plant–pollinator network
pp. 190-200(11)
Authors: Chacoff, Natacha P.; Vázquez, Diego P.; Lomáscolo, Silvia B.; Stevani, Erica L.; Dorado, Jimena; Padrón, Benigno

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Body size and the division of niche space: food and predation differentially shape the distribution of Serengeti grazers
pp. 201-213(13)
Authors: Hopcraft, J. Grant C.; Anderson, T. Michael; Pérez‐Vila, Saleta; Mayemba, Emilian; Olff, Han

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Ingredients for protist coexistence: competition, endosymbiosis and a pinch of biochemical interactions
pp. 222-232(11)
Authors: Müller, Johann P.; Hauzy, Céline; Hulot, Florence D.

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The discovery–dominance trade‐off is the exception, rather than the rule
pp. 233-241(9)
Authors: Parr, Catherine L.; Gibb, Heloise

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Regional zooplankton biodiversity provides limited buffering of pond ecosystems against climate change
pp. 251-259(9)
Authors: Thompson, Patrick L.; Shurin, Jonathan B.

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Social structure emerges via the interaction between local ecology and individual behaviour
pp. 260-267(8)
Authors: Tanner, Colby J.; Jackson, Andrew L.

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Sexual antagonism for testosterone maintains multiple mating behaviour
pp. 277-283(7)
Authors: Mokkonen, Mikael; Koskela, Esa; Mappes, Tapio; Mills, Suzanne C.

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Behavioural trade‐offs in response to external stimuli: time allocation of an Arctic ungulate during varying intensities of harassment by parasitic flies
pp. 284-295(12)
Authors: Witter, Leslie A.; Johnson, Chris J.; Croft, Bruno; Gunn, Anne; Gillingham, Michael P.

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Testes size, testosterone production and reproductive behaviour in a natural mammalian mating system
pp. 296-305(10)
Authors: Preston, Brian T.; Stevenson, Ian R.; Lincoln, Gerald A.; Monfort, Steven L.; Pilkington, Jill G.; Wilson, Kenneth

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