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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Volume 286, Number 2, 1 February 2012

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Consequences of compensatory growth in an amphibian
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Estimating carnivoran diets using a combination of carcass observations and scats from GPS clusters
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Authors: Tambling, C. J.; Laurence, S. D.; Bellan, S. E.; Cameron, E. Z.; du Toit, J. T.; Getz, W. M.

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Genetic structure and phylogeography of platypuses revealed by mitochondrial DNA
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Spatial and temporal variation in natal dispersal by Eurasian lynx in Scandinavia
pp. 120-130(11)
Authors: Samelius, G.; Andrén, H.; Liberg, O.; Linnell, J. D. C.; Odden, J.; Ahlqvist, P.; Segerström, P.; Sköld, K.

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Activity, movement and secretive behavior of a threatened arboreal folivore, the thin‐spined porcupine, in the Atlantic forest of southern Bahia, Brazil
pp. 131-139(9)
Authors: Giné, Gastón Andrés Fernandez; Duarte, José Maurício Barbanti; Motta, Tatiana Cristina Senra; Faria, Deborah; Braae, Anne

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The erection mechanism of the ratite penis
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Authors: Brennan, P. L. R.; Prum, R. O.; Hayssen, Virginia

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Use of forest strata by bats in temperate forests
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Authors: Plank, M.; Fiedler, K.; Reiter, G.; Bennett, Nigel

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Finite element analysis of ursid cranial mechanics and the prediction of feeding behaviour in the extinct giant Agriotherium africanum
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