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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 288, Number 4, 1 December 2012

Army ant defensive behaviour and chimpanzee predation success: field experiments in Nigeria
pp. 237-244(8)
Authors: Allon, O.; Pascual‐Garrido, A.; Sommer, V.; Bennett, Nigel

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Quantitative genetics of basal metabolic rate and body mass in free‐living pied flycatchers
pp. 245-251(7)
Authors: Bushuev, A. V.; Husby, A.; Sternberg, H.; Grinkov, V. G.; Volff, Jean‐Nicolas

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The seasonal diet of British pine marten determined from genetically identified scats
pp. 252-259(8)
Authors: Caryl, F. M.; Raynor, R.; Quine, C. P.; Park, K. J.; Kitchener, Andrew

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Predation by domestic cats in rural areas of central Poland: an assessment based on two methods
pp. 260-266(7)
Authors: Krauze‐Gryz, D.; Gryz, J.; Goszczyński, J.; Hayssen, Virginia

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Cranial size and shape variation in mainland and island populations of the quokka
pp. 267-274(8)
Authors: Dawson, R.; Milne, N.; Kitchener, Andrew

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Assessing behavioural and morphological responses of frog tadpoles to temporal variability in predation risk
pp. 275-282(8)
Authors: Hossie, T. J.; Murray, D. L.; Rödel, Mark‐Oliver

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Seasonal reproduction in the eastern rock elephant‐shrew: influenced by rainfall and ambient temperature?
pp. 283-293(11)
Authors: Medger, K.; Chimimba, C. T.; Bennett, N. C.; Kitchener, Andrew

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