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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 81, Number 2, 1 March 2012

The role of phylogeny in desert rodent community assembly
pp. 307-309(3)
Author: Brown, James H.

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Consumer–resource coupling in wet–dry tropical rivers
pp. 310-322(13)
Authors: Jardine, Timothy D.; Pettit, Neil E.; Warfe, Danielle M.; Pusey, Bradley J.; Ward, Doug P.; Douglas, Michael M.; Davies, Peter M.; Bunn, Stuart E.

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Rotifer population spread in relation to food, density and predation risk in an experimental system
pp. 323-329(7)
Authors: Kuefler, Daniel; Avgar, Tal; Fryxell, John M.

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Population regulation by habitat heterogeneity or individual adjustment?
pp. 330-340(11)
Authors: Krüger, Oliver; Chakarov, Nayden; Nielsen, Jan T.; Looft, Volkher; Grünkorn, Thomas; Struwe‐Juhl, Bernd; Møller, Anders P.

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Reproductive synchrony in a recovering bottlenecked sea turtle population
pp. 341-351(11)
Authors: Plot, Virginie; de Thoisy, Benoît; Blanc, Stéphane; Kelle, Laurent; Lavergne, Anne; Roger‐Bérubet, Hélène; Tremblay, Yann; Fossette, Sabrina; Georges, Jean‐Yves

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Survival and population size of a resident bird species are declining as temperature increases
pp. 352-363(12)
Authors: Santisteban, Leonard; Benkman, Craig W.; Fetz, Trevor; Smith, Julie W.

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Migratory stopover in the long‐distance migrant silver‐haired bat, Lasionycteris noctivagans
pp. 377-385(9)
Authors: McGuire, Liam P.; Guglielmo, Christopher G.; Mackenzie, Stuart A.; Taylor, Philip D.

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Goshawk prey have more bacteria than non‐prey
pp. 403-410(8)
Authors: Møller, A. P.; Peralta‐Sánchez, J. M.; Nielsen, J. T.; López‐Hernández, E.; Soler, J. J.

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Fluctuations in population composition dampen the impact of phenotypic plasticity on trait dynamics in superb fairy‐wrens
pp. 411-422(12)
Authors: van de Pol, Martijn; Osmond, Helen L.; Cockburn, Andrew

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Male reproductive success increases with alliance size in Indo‐Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus)
pp. 423-431(9)
Authors: Wiszniewski, Joanna; Corrigan, Shannon; Beheregaray, Luciano B.; Möller, Luciana M.

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Lévy flight and Brownian search patterns of a free‐ranging predator reflect different prey field characteristics
pp. 432-442(11)
Authors: Sims, David W.; Humphries, Nicolas E.; Bradford, Russell W.; Bruce, Barry D.

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Predicting the potential demographic impact of predators on their prey: a comparative analysis of two carnivore–ungulate systems in Scandinavia
pp. 443-454(12)
Authors: Gervasi, Vincenzo; Nilsen, Erlend B.; Sand, Håkan; Panzacchi, Manuela; Rauset, Geir R.; Pedersen, Hans C.; Kindberg, Jonas; Wabakken, Petter; Zimmermann, Barbara; Odden, John; Liberg, Olof; Swenson, Jon E.; Linnell, John D. C.

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Phylogenetic structure illuminates the mechanistic role of environmental heterogeneity in community organization
pp. 455-462(8)
Authors: Stevens, Richard D.; Gavilanez, Maria M.; Tello, Juan S.; Ray, David A.

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Patterns and processes in abundance–body size relationships for marine benthic invertebrates
pp. 463-471(9)
Authors: Yamanaka, Tsuyuko; White, Piran C. L.; Spencer, Matthew; Raffaelli, Dave

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Similarity and difference among rainforest fruit‐feeding butterfly communities in Central and South America
pp. 472-482(11)
Authors: DeVries, Philip J.; Alexander, Laura G.; Chacon, Isidro A.; Fordyce, James A.

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Mixed competition–predation: potential vs. realized interactions
pp. 483-493(11)
Authors: Persson, Lennart; De Roos, André M.

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