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Volume 109, Number 3, June 2005

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Beyond the compensatory continuum: environmental resource levels and plant tolerance of herbivory
pp. 417-428(12)
Authors: Wise, Michael J.; Abrahamson, Warren G.

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Can parasites synchronise the population fluctuations of sympatric tetraonids? –examining some minimum conditions
pp. 429-434(6)
Authors: Holmstad, Per R.; Hudson, Peter J.; Vandvik, Vigdis; Skorping, Arne

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The role of pre- and post- alighting detection mechanisms in the responses to patch size by specialist herbivores
pp. 435-446(12)
Authors: Bukovinszky, Tibor; Potting, Roel P. J.; Clough, Yann; van Lenteren, Joop C.; Vet, Louise E. M.

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Richness, structure and functioning in metazoan parasite communities
pp. 447-460(14)
Authors: Mouillot, David; George-Nascimento, Mario; Poulin, Robert

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Patterns of interaction between plants and pollinators along an environmental gradient
pp. 461-472(12)
Authors: Devoto, Mariano; Medan, Diego; Montaldo, Norberto H.

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A state–space model to derive bluefin tuna movement and habitat from archival tags
pp. 473-484(12)
Authors: Royer, F.; Fromentin, J.-M.; Gaspar, P.

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Perfectly nested or significantly nested – an important difference for conservation management
pp. 485-494(10)
Authors: Fischer, Joern; Lindenmayer, David B.

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Implications of spatial pattern and local density on community-level interactions
pp. 495-502(8)
Authors: Lortie, Christopher J.; Ellis, Erica; Novoplansky, Ariel; Turkington, Roy

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The evolution of larval foraging behaviour in response to host plant variation in a leaf beetle
pp. 503-512(10)
Authors: Gotthard, Karl; Margraf, Nicolas; Rasmann, Sergio; Rahier, Martine

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Individuals as the basic accounting unit in studies of ecosystem function: functional diversity in shepherd's purse, Capsella
pp. 521-534(14)
Authors: Hawes, C.; Begg, G. S.; Squire, G. R.; Iannetta, P. P. M.

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The role of nectar sources for oviposition decisions of the common blue butterfly Polyommatus icarus
pp. 535-538(4)
Authors: Janz, Niklas; Bergström, Anders; Sjögren, Anna

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What determines the likelihood of species discovery in marine holozooplankton: is size, range or depth important?
pp. 567-576(10)
Authors: Gibbons, Mark J.; Richardson, Anthony J.; V. Angel, Martin; Buecher, Emmanuelle; Esnal, Graciela; Fernandez Alamo, Maria A.; Gibson, Ray; Itoh, Hiroshi; Pugh, Phil; Boettger-Schnack, Ruth; Thuesen, Erik

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Crab spiders deter insect visitations to slickspot peppergrass flowers
pp. 577-582(6)
Authors: Robertson, Ian C.; Maguire, Danielle Klemash

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Spatial synchrony in vole population fluctuations – a field experiment
pp. 583-593(11)
Authors: Huitu, Otso; Laaksonen, Jesse; Norrdahl, Kai; Korpimäki, Erkki

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The use of time and space by male and female gerbils exploiting a pulsed resource
pp. 594-602(9)
Authors: P. Kotler, Burt; R. Dickman, Chris; Wasserberg, Gideon; Ovadia, Ofer

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Effects of asymmetric dispersal and environmental gradients on the stability of host–parasitoid systems
pp. 603-613(11)
Authors: Lett, Christophe; Auger, Pierre; Fleury, Frédéric

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Maternal investment in a spider with suicidal maternal care, Stegodyphus lineatus (Araneae, Eresidae)
pp. 614-622(9)
Authors: Salomon, Mor; Schneider, Jutta; Lubin, Yael

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