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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 110, Number 2, August 2005

Macroecology of live-bearing in fishes: latitudinal and depth range comparisons with egg-laying relatives
pp. 209-218(10)
Authors: Goodwin, Nicholas B.; Dulvy, Nicholas K.; Reynolds, John D.

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How to predict attachment potential of seeds to sheep and cattle coat from simple morphological seed traits
pp. 219-230(12)
Authors: Römermann, Christine; Tackenberg, Oliver; Poschlod, Peter

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Evolution of allometries in the worker caste of Dorylus army ants
pp. 231-240(10)
Authors: Schöning, Caspar; Kinuthia, Wanja; Franks, Nigel R.

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Habitat loss decreases predator–prey ratios in a pine-bark beetle system
pp. 265-270(6)
Authors: Ryall, Krista L.; Fahrig, Lenore

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Inorganic soil nitrogen under grassland plant communities of different species composition and diversity
pp. 271-282(12)
Authors: Palmborg, Cecilia; Scherer-Lorenzen, Michael; Jumpponen, Ari; Carlsson, Georg; Huss-Danell, Kerstin; Högberg, Peter

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Deleting species from model food webs
pp. 283-296(14)
Authors: Quince, Christopher; Higgs, Paul G.; McKane, Alan J.

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Neonatal growth and survival of rodents in response to variation in maternal dietary nitrogen: life history strategy vs dietary niche
pp. 297-308(12)
Authors: Parsons, Jennifer L.; Hellgren, Eric C.; Jorgensen, Eric E.; Leslie, Jr, David M.

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Bird-made fruit orchards in northern Europe: nestedness and network properties
pp. 321-329(9)
Authors: Lázaro, Amparo; Mark, Susanne; Olesen, Jens M.

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Combining genetic variation and phenotypic plasticity in tradeoff modelling
pp. 330-338(9)
Authors: Malausa, Thibaut; Guillemaud, Thomas; Lapchin, Laurent

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Modelling density-dependent fish shoal distributions in the laboratory and field
pp. 344-352(9)
Authors: Hensor, Ema; Couzin, I. D.; James, R.; Krause, J.

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Modelling occurrence and abundance of species when detection is imperfect
pp. 353-359(7)
Authors: Royle, J. Andrew; Nichols, James D.; Kéry, Marc

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Phylogenetic methodologies for studying specialization
pp. 404-408(5)
Authors: Irschick, D.; Dyer, L.; Sherry, T.W.

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