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Volume 117, Number 9, September 2008

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Heterogeneous selection promotes maintenance of polymorphism in host–parasite interactions
pp. 1281-1288(8)
Authors: Laine, Anna-Liisa; Tellier, Aurélien

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A parasite-driven wedge: infectious diseases may explain language and other biodiversity
pp. 1289-1297(9)
Authors: Fincher, Corey L.; Thornhill, Randy

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More plant biomass results in more offspring production in annuals, or does it?
pp. 1298-1307(10)
Authors: Neytcheva, Marina S.; Aarssen, Lonnie W.

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Reconciling neutral community models and environmental filtering: theory and an empirical test
pp. 1308-1320(13)
Authors: Jabot, Franck; Etienne, Rampal S.; Chave, Jérôme

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Habitat choice precedes host plant choice – niche separation in a species pair of a generalist and a specialist butterfly
pp. 1337-1344(8)
Authors: Friberg, Magne; Olofsson, Martin; Berger, David; Karlsson, Bengt; Wiklund, Christer

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On the relative importance of the effects of selection and complementarity as drivers of diversity–productivity relationships in Mediterranean shrublands
pp. 1345-1350(6)
Authors: Montès, Nicolas; Maestre, Fernando T.; Ballini, Christine; Baldy, Virginie; Gauquelin, Thierry; Planquette, Mathieu; Greff, Stéphane; Dupouyet, Sylvie; Perret, Jean-Baptiste

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Light partitioning in experimental grass communities
pp. 1351-1361(11)
Authors: Vojtech, Eva; Loreau, Michel; Yachi, Shigeo; Spehn, Eva M.; Hector, Andy

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The effect of space in plant–animal mutualistic networks: insights from a simulation study
pp. 1362-1370(9)
Authors: Morales, Juan M.; Vázquez, Diego P.

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Natal dispersal and recruitment in a cooperatively breeding bird
pp. 1371-1379(9)
Authors: Sharp, Stuart P.; Baker, Mitchell B.; Hadfield, Jarrod D.; Simeoni, Michelle; Hatchwell, Ben J.

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Predation risk cues associated with killed conspecifics affect the behavior and reproduction of prey animals
pp. 1380-1385(6)
Authors: Fievet, Virgil; Lhomme, Patrick; Outreman, Yannick

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Seed removal in two coexisting oak species: ecological consequences of seed size, plant cover and seed-drop timing
pp. 1386-1396(11)
Authors: Pérez-Ramos, Ignacio M.; Urbieta, Itziar R.; Marañón, Teodoro; Zavala, M. A.; Kobe, Richard K.

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Getting to the hart of the matter: did antlers truly cause the extinction of the Irish elk?
pp. 1397-1405(9)
Authors: O'Driscoll Worman, Cedric; Kimbrell, Tristan

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Age-specific variation in survival, reproductive success and offspring quality in red squirrels: evidence of senescence
pp. 1406-1416(11)
Authors: Descamps, Sébastien; Boutin, Stan; Berteaux, Dominique; Gaillard, Jean-Michel

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Limitations of population models in predicting climate change effects: a simulation study of sociable weavers in southern Africa
pp. 1417-1427(11)
Authors: Schwager, Monika; Covas, Rita; Blaum, Niels; Jeltsch, Florian

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