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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 81, Number 6, 1 November 2012

Stress as a modifier of biodiversity effects on ecosystem processes?
pp. 1143-1145(3)
Authors: Gessner, Mark O.; Hines, Jes; Bradshaw, Corey

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Changes in intrapopulation resource use patterns of an endangered raptor in response to a disease‐mediated crash in prey abundance
pp. 1154-1160(7)
Authors: Moleón, Marcos; Sebastián‐González, Esther; Sánchez‐Zapata, José A.; Real, Joan; Pires, Mathias M.; Gil‐Sánchez, José M.; Bautista, Jesús; Palma, Luís; Bayle, Patrick; Guimarães, Paulo R.; Beja, Pedro

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To leave or not to leave: survival trade‐offs between different migratory strategies in the greater flamingo
pp. 1171-1182(12)
Authors: Sanz‐Aguilar, Ana; Béchet, Arnaud; Germain, Christophe; Johnson, Alan R.; Pradel, Roger

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Predation risk and food: opposite effects on overwintering survival and onset of breeding in a boreal rodent
pp. 1183-1192(10)
Authors: Haapakoski, Marko; Sundell, Janne; Ylönen, Hannu

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Size‐density scaling in protists and the links between consumer–resource interaction parameters
pp. 1193-1201(9)
Authors: DeLong, John P.; Vasseur, David A.; Meiri, Shai

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Ecological effects on gut bacterial communities in wild bumblebee colonies
pp. 1202-1210(9)
Authors: Koch, Hauke; Cisarovsky, Gabriel; Schmid‐Hempel, Paul

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Biases in comparative analyses of extinction risk: mind the gap
pp. 1211-1222(12)
Authors: González‐Suárez, Manuela; Lucas, Pablo M.; Revilla, Eloy

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The early bird gets the shrimp: confronting assumptions of isotopic equilibrium and homogeneity in a wild bird population
pp. 1223-1232(10)
Authors: Wunder, Michael B.; Jehl, Joseph R.; Stricker, Craig A.

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Time constraints and flexibility of growth strategies: geographic variation in catch‐up growth responses in amphibian larvae
pp. 1233-1243(11)
Authors: Dahl, Emma; Orizaola, Germán; Nicieza, Alfredo G.; Laurila, Anssi; Meiri, Shai

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Intraspecific variation in body size and the rate of reproduction in female insects – adaptive allometry or biophysical constraint?
pp. 1244-1258(15)
Authors: Berger, David; Olofsson, Martin; Friberg, Magne; Karlsson, Bengt; Wiklund, Christer; Gotthard, Karl; Gilburn, Andre

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Testing the stress‐gradient hypothesis with aquatic detritivorous invertebrates: insights for biodiversity‐ecosystem functioning research
pp. 1259-1267(9)
Authors: Fugère, V.; Andino, P.; Espinosa, R.; Anthelme, F.; Jacobsen, D.; Dangles, O.

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The distribution of large herbivore hotspots in relation to environmental and anthropogenic correlates in the Mara region of Kenya
pp. 1268-1287(20)
Authors: Bhola, Nina; Ogutu, Joseph O.; Said, Mohamed Y.; Piepho, Hans‐Peter; Olff, Han

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Joint estimation of habitat dynamics and species interactions: disturbance reduces co‐occurrence of non‐native predators with an endangered toad
pp. 1288-1297(10)
Authors: Miller, David A. W.; Brehme, Cheryl S.; Hines, James E.; Nichols, James D.; Fisher, Robert N.

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Fine‐tuning the fruit‐tracking hypothesis: spatiotemporal links between fruit availability and fruit consumption by birds in Andean mountain forests
pp. 1298-1310(13)
Authors: Blendinger, Pedro G.; Ruggera, Román A.; Núñez Montellano, M. Gabriela; Macchi, Leandro; Zelaya, Patricia V.; Álvarez, M. Eva; Martín, Eduardo; Acosta, Oriana Osinaga; Sánchez, Rocío; Haedo, Josefina; Boots, Mike

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Boldness in two perch populations – long‐term differences and the effect of predation pressure
pp. 1311-1318(8)
Authors: Magnhagen, Carin; Hellström, Gustav; Borcherding, Jost; Heynen, Martina; Genner, Martin

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Shoaling as an antiparasite defence in minnows (Pimephales promelas) exposed to trematode cercariae
pp. 1319-1326(8)
Authors: Stumbo, Anthony D.; James, Clayton T.; Goater, Cameron P.; Wisenden, Brian D.; Cotter, Sheena

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Condition‐dependent natal dispersal in a large herbivore: heavier animals show a greater propensity to disperse and travel further
pp. 1327-1327(1)
Authors: Debeffe, Lucie; Morellet, Nicolas; Cargnelutti, Bruno; Lourtet, Bruno; Bon, Richard; Gaillard, Jean‐Michel; Mark Hewison, A. J.; Fryxell, John

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