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Volume 121, Number 2, 1 February 2012

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Rethinking the conceptual foundations of habitat fragmentation research
pp. 161-170(10)
Authors: Didham, Raphael K.; Kapos, Valerie; Ewers, Robert M.

Statistical challenges in null model analysis
pp. 171-180(10)
Authors: Gotelli, Nicholas J.; Ulrich, Werner

The use of specialisation indices to predict vulnerability of coral‐feeding butterflyfishes to environmental change
pp. 191-200(10)
Authors: Lawton, Rebecca J.; Pratchett, Morgan S.; Berumen, Michael L.

Spatial autocorrelation analysis allows disentangling the balance between neutral and niche processes in metacommunities
pp. 201-210(10)
Authors: Diniz‐Filho, José Alexandre F.; Siqueira, Tadeu; Padial, André Andrian; Rangel, Thiago Fernando; Landeiro, Victor Lemes; Bini, Luis Mauricio

Stochastic LTRE analysis of the effects of herbivory on the population dynamics of a perennial grassland herb
pp. 211-218(8)
Authors: Jacquemyn, Hans; Brys, Rein; Davison, Raziel; Tuljapurkar, Shripad; Jongejans, Eelke

Unravelling the role of mate density and sex ratio in competition for pollen
pp. 219-227(9)
Authors: Bianchi, Felix J. J. A.; Cunningham, Saul A.

Dissemination biases in ecology: effect sizes matter more than quality
pp. 228-235(8)
Authors: Barto, E. Kathryn; Rillig, Matthias C.

Separating the effect of mechanisms shaping species‐abundance distributions at multiple scales in a subtropical forest
pp. 236-244(9)
Authors: Cheng, Jiajia; Mi, Xiangcheng; Nadrowski, Karin; Ren, Haibao; Zhang, Jintun; Ma, Keping

Intraspecific temperature dependence of the scaling of metabolic rate with body mass in fishes and its ecological implications
pp. 245-251(7)
Authors: Ohlberger, Jan; Mehner, Thomas; Staaks, Georg; Hölker, Franz

Lake‐derived midges increase abundance of shoreline terrestrial arthropods via multiple trophic pathways
pp. 252-258(7)
Authors: Dreyer, Jamin; Hoekman, David; Gratton, Claudio

Synergistic effects of multiple mechanisms drive priority effects within a tadpole assemblage
pp. 259-267(9)
Authors: Hernandez, Jason P.; Chalcraft, David R.

Mammalian herbivores reveal marked genetic divergence among populations of an endangered plant species
pp. 268-276(9)
Authors: Mann, Anthony N.; O'Reilly‐Wapstra, Julianne. M.; Iason, Glenn. R.; Sanson, Gordon; Davies, Noel W.; Tilyard, Paul; Williams, Dean; Potts, Brad. M.

Effects of hydrological forcing on the structure of a tropical estuarine food web
pp. 277-289(13)
Authors: Atwood, Trisha B.; Wiegner, Tracy N.; MacKenzie, Richard A.

Forest fragmentation leads to food web contraction
pp. 299-305(7)
Authors: Valladares, Graciela; Cagnolo, Luciano; Salvo, Adriana

Seed germination cues and the importance of the soil seed bank across an environmental gradient in the Serengeti
pp. 306-312(7)
Authors: Anderson, T. Michael; Schütz, Martin; Risch, Anita C.

Feeding by omnivores increases food available to consumers
pp. 313-320(8)
Authors: Iwai, Noriko; Kagaya, Takashi; Alford, Ross A.

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