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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 285, Number 3, 1 November 2011

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Invasive European rats in Britain and New Zealand: same species, different outcomes
pp. 172-179(8)
Authors: King, Carolyn M.; Foster, Stacey; Miller, Steven

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Strong hybrid viability between two widely divergent chromosomal forms of the pouched mouse
pp. 180-187(8)
Authors: Maputla, N. W.; Dempster, E. R.; Raman, J.; Ferguson, J. W. H.

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Limited predatory capacity of introduced black rats on bird eggs: an experimental approach
pp. 188-193(6)
Authors: Zarzoso‐Lacoste, D.; Ruffino, L.; Vidal, E.

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Speckles of cryptic black‐headed gull eggs show no mechanical or conductance structural function
pp. 194-204(11)
Authors: Maurer, G.; Portugal, S. J.; Mikšík, I.; Cassey, P.

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Different habitat preferences of male and female giant pandas
pp. 205-214(10)
Authors: Qi, Dunwu; Zhang, Shanning; Zhang, Zejun; Hu, Yibo; Yang, Xuyu; Wang, Hongjia; Wei, Fuwen

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Chemical stimuli and species recognition in
pp. 215-221(7)
Author: Labra, A.

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Bimodality in head shape in European eel
pp. 230-238(9)
Authors: Ide, C.; De Schepper, N.; Christiaens, J.; Van Liefferinge, C.; Herrel, A.; Goemans, G.; Meire, P.; Belpaire, C.; Geeraerts, C.; Adriaens, D.

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Influence of the urban environment on fox squirrel range overlap
pp. 239-246(8)
Authors: McCleery, R. A.; Parker, I. D.

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