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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 279, Number 1, September 2009

Non-indigenous ungulates as a threat to biodiversity
pp. 1-17(17)
Authors: Spear, D.; Chown, S. L.

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Drivers of megaherbivore demographic fluctuations: inference from elephants
pp. 18-26(9)
Authors: Trimble, M. J.; Ferreira, S. M.; van Aarde, R. J.

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New karyotypic data for Asian rodents (Rodentia, Muridae) with the first report of B-chromosomes in the genus Mus
pp. 44-56(13)
Authors: Badenhorst, D.; Herbreteau, V.; Chaval, Y.; Pagès, M.; Robinson, T. J.; Rerkamnuaychoke, W.; Morand, S.; Hugot, J.-P.; Dobigny, G.

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Relocation, reproduction and remaining alive in the orb-web spider
pp. 57-63(7)
Authors: Wherry, T.; Elwood, R. W.

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A new genus and species of lungless salamander (family Plethodontidae) from the Appalachian highlands of the south-eastern United States
pp. 86-94(9)
Authors: Camp, C. D.; Peterman, W. E.; Milanovich, J. R.; Lamb, T.; Maerz, J. C.; Wake, D. B.

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Avian eggshell thickness: scaling and maximum body mass in birds
pp. 95-101(7)
Authors: Birchard, G. F.; Deeming, D. C.

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Allometric equations for predicting body mass of dinosaurs
pp. 102-110(9)
Authors: Packard, G. C.; Boardman, T. J.; Birchard, G. F.

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