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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 120, Number 10, 1 October 2011

or the pluralistic approach to ecogeographical rules: a reply to Watt et al. (2010)
pp. 1441-1444(4)
Authors: Olalla‐Tárraga, Miguel Á.

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Bergmann's rule encompasses mechanism: a reply to Olalla‐Tárraga (2011)
pp. 1445-1447(3)
Authors: Watt, Cortney; Salewski, Volker

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Simply the best: the transition of savanna saplings to trees
pp. 1448-1451(4)
Authors: Wakeling, Julia L.; Staver, A. Carla; Bond, William J.

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Mate limitation causes sexes to coevolve towards more similar dispersal kernels
pp. 1459-1468(10)
Authors: Meier, Christoph M.; Starrfelt, Jostein; Kokko, Hanna

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Individual patterns of prey selection and dietary specialization in an Arctic marine carnivore
pp. 1469-1478(10)
Authors: Thiemann, Gregory W.; Iverson, Sara J.; Stirling, Ian; Obbard, Martyn E.

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Niches of temperate tree species converge towards nutrient‐richer conditions over ontogeny
pp. 1479-1488(10)
Authors: Bertrand, Romain; Gégout, Jean‐Claude; Bontemps, Jean‐Daniel

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Intraspecific interference influences the use of prey hotspots
pp. 1489-1496(8)
Authors: López‐Bao, José V.; Palomares, Francisco; Rodríguez, Alejandro; Ferreras, Pablo

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Tropical metacommunities along elevational gradients: effects of forest type and other environmental factors
pp. 1497-1508(12)
Authors: Willig, Michael R.; Presley, Steven J.; Bloch, Christopher P.; Castro‐Arellano, Ivan; Cisneros, Laura M.; Higgins, Christopher L.; Klingbeil, Brian T.

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Abundance trumps quality: bi‐trophic performance and parasitism risk fail to explain host use in the fall webworm
pp. 1509-1518(10)
Authors: Mason, Peri A.; Wilkes, Steven R.; Lill, John T.; Singer, Michael S.

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Disturbance regime and limits on benefits of refuge use for fishes in a fluctuating hydroscape
pp. 1519-1530(12)
Authors: Parkos, Joseph J.; Ruetz, Carl R.; Trexler, Joel C.

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Mutualisms matter: pollination rate limits the distribution of oil‐secreting orchids
pp. 1531-1538(8)
Authors: Pauw, Anton; Bond, William J.

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Virulence and competitive ability in an obligately killing parasite
pp. 1539-1545(7)
Authors: Bashey, Farrah; Reynolds, Courtney; Sarin, Tara; Young, Sara K.

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Characteristics of foraging sites and protein status in wintering muskoxen: insights from isotopes of nitrogen
pp. 1546-1556(11)
Authors: Gustine, David D.; Barboza, Perry S.; Lawler, James P.; Arthur, Stephen M.; Shults, Brad S.; Persons, Kate; Adams, Layne G.

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Effect of
pp. 1557-1567(11)
Authors: Rosà, R.; Bolzoni, L.; Rosso, F.; Pugliese, A.; Hudson, P. J.; Rizzoli, A.

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Pollinator attraction to volatiles from virgin and pollinated host flowers in a yucca/moth obligate mutualism
pp. 1577-1583(7)
Authors: Svensson, Glenn P.; Pellmyr, Olle; Raguso, Robert A.

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A nematomorph parasite explains variation in terrestrial subsidies to trout streams in Japan
pp. 1595-1599(5)
Authors: Sato, Takuya; Watanabe, Katsutoshi; Tokuchi, Naoko; Kamauchi, Hiromitsu; Harada, Yasushi; Lafferty, Kevin D.

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Erratum
pp. 1600-1600(1)

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