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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 284, Number 4, 1 August 2011

Common dolphin morphotypes: Niche segregation or taxonomy?
pp. 239-247(9)
Authors: Pinela, A. M.; Borrell, A.; Aguilar, A.

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Seasonal changes in sexual size dimorphism in northern chamois
pp. 257-264(8)
Authors: Rughetti, M.; Festa‐Bianchet, M.

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Contrasted thermal preferences translate into divergences in habitat use and realized performance in two sympatric snakes
pp. 265-275(11)
Authors: Lelièvre, H.; Blouin‐Demers, G.; Pinaud, D.; Lisse, H.; Bonnet, X.; Lourdais, O.

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Extensive Robertsonian polymorphism in the African rodent
pp. 276-285(10)
Authors: Hima, K.; Thiam, M.; Catalan, J.; Gauthier, P.; Duplantier, J. M.; Piry, S.; Sembène, M.; Britton‐Davidian, J.; Granjon, L.; Dobigny, G.

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Pectoral fin loss in the Mastacembelidae: a new species from Lake Tanganyika
pp. 286-293(8)
Authors: Brown, K. J.; Britz, R.; Bills, R.; Rüber, L.; Day, J. J.

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Resource predictability and foraging behaviour facilitate shifts between nomadism and residency in the eastern grass owl
pp. 294-299(6)
Authors: Clulow, S.; Peters, K. L.; Blundell, A. T.; Kavanagh, R. P.

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DNA from copulatory plugs can give insights into sexual selection
pp. 300-304(5)
Authors: McCreight, J. C.; DeWoody, J. A.; Waser, P. M.

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