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Volume 117, Number 12, December 2008

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pp. 1761-1763(3)

Quantifying habitat structure: surface convolution and living space for species in complex environments
pp. 1764-1773(10)
Authors: Warfe, D. M.; Barmuta, L. A.; Wotherspoon, S.

Hidden patterns of colony size variation in seabirds: a logarithmic point of view
pp. 1774-1781(8)
Authors: Jovani, Roger; Mavor, Roddy; Oro, Daniel

A model for small-scale seed bank and standing vegetation connection along time
pp. 1788-1795(8)
Authors: Caballero, Idoia; Olano, José M.; Loidi, Javier; Escudero, Adrián

Year-to-year variation in the topology of a plant–pollinator interaction network
pp. 1796-1807(12)
Authors: Alarcón, Ruben; Waser, Nickolas M.; Ollerton, Jeff

How does plant richness affect pollinator richness and temporal stability of flower visits?
pp. 1808-1815(8)
Authors: Ebeling, Anne; Klein, Alexandra-Maria; Schumacher, Jens; Weisser, Wolfgang W.; Tscharntke, Teja

Who are we sampling? Apparent survival differs between methods in a secretive species
pp. 1816-1823(8)
Authors: Vögeli, Matthias; Laiolo, Paola; Serrano, David; Tella, José L.

Positive interactions among plant species for pollinator service: assessing the ‘magnet species’ concept with invasive species
pp. 1833-1839(7)
Authors: Molina-Montenegro, Marco A.; Badano, Ernesto I.; Cavieres, Lohengrin A.

Pesticide exposure strongly enhances parasite virulence in an invertebrate host model
pp. 1840-1846(7)
Authors: Coors, Anja; Decaestecker, Ellen; Jansen, Mieke; De Meester, Luc

Network position of hosts in food webs and their parasite diversity
pp. 1847-1855(9)
Authors: Chen, Hsuan-Wien; Liu, Wei-Chung; Davis, Andrew J.; Jordán, Ferenc; Hwang, Ming-Jing; Shao, Kwan-Tsao

Nested patterns of community assembly in the colonisation of artificial canopy habitats by oribatid mites
pp. 1856-1864(9)
Authors: Lindo, Zoë; Winchester, Neville N.; Didham, Raphael K.

The spatial scale of adaptive population differentiation in a wide-spread, well-dispersed plant species
pp. 1865-1873(9)
Authors: Becker, Ute; Dostal, Petr; Jorritsma-Wienk, Linda D.; Matthies, Diethart

Summer diet selection of snowshoe hares: a test of nutritional hypotheses
pp. 1874-1884(11)
Authors: Seccombe-Hett, Pippa; Turkington, Roy

Prehistoric species richness of birds on oceanic islands
pp. 1885-1891(7)
Authors: Franklin, Janet; Steadman, David W.

Sex allocation in fungus-growing ants: worker or queen control without symbiont-induced female bias
pp. 1892-1906(15)
Authors: Dijkstra, Michiel B.; Boomsma, Jacobus J.

Detecting compensatory dynamics in competitive communities under environmental forcing
pp. 1907-1911(5)
Authors: Ranta, Esa; Kaitala, Veijo; Fowler, Mike S.; Laakso, Jouni; Ruokolainen, Lasse; O'Hara, Robert

The utility of covariances: a response to Ranta et al
pp. 1912-1913(2)
Authors: Houlahan, J. E.; Cottenie, K.; Cumming, G. S.; Currie, D. J.; Findlay, C. S.; Gaedke, U.; Legendre, P.; Magnuson, J. J.; McArdle, B. H.; Stevens, R. D.; Woiwod, I. P.; Wondzell, S. M.

The structure and strength of environmental variation modulate covariance patterns. A reply to Houlahan et al. 2008
pp. 1914-1914(1)
Authors: Ranta, Esa; Kaitala, Veijo; Fowler, Mike S.; Laakso, Jouni; Ruokolainen, Lasse; O'Hara, Robert

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