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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 56, Number 7, 1 July 2019

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A nation‐wide survey of neonicotinoid insecticides in agricultural land with implications for agri‐environment schemes
pp. 1502-1514(13)
Authors: Humann‐Guilleminot, Ségolène; Binkowski, Łukasz J.; Jenni, Lukas; Hilke, Gabriele; Glauser, Gaétan; Helfenstein, Fabrice

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Pest control at a regional scale: Identifying key criteria using a spatially explicit, agent‐based model
pp. 1515-1527(13)
Authors: Lustig, Audrey; James, Alex; Anderson, Dean; Plank, Micheal

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Parental sublethal insecticide exposure prolongs mating response and decreases reproductive output in offspring
pp. 1528-1537(10)
Authors: Müller, Thorben; Römer, Clara Isis; Müller, Caroline

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Phenotypic and community consequences of captive propagation in mosquitofish
pp. 1538-1548(11)
Authors: Wood, Zachary T.; Fryxell, David C.; Robinson, Rebecca R.; Palkovacs, Eric P.; Kinnison, Michael T.

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Uncertainties in the value and opportunity costs of pollination services
pp. 1549-1559(11)
Authors: Magrach, Ainhoa; Champetier, Antoine; Krishnan, Smitha; Boreux, Virginie; Ghazoul, Jaboury

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The contribution of spatial mass effects to plant diversity in arable fields
pp. 1560-1574(15)
Authors: Metcalfe, Helen; Hassall, Kirsty L.; Boinot, Sébastien; Storkey, Jonathan

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Remotely sensed primary productivity shows that domestic and native herbivores combined are overgrazing Patagonia
pp. 1575-1584(10)
Authors: Oliva, Gabriel; Paredes, Paula; Ferrante, Daniela; Cepeda, Carla; Rabinovich, Jorge

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Phenology of farmland floral resources reveals seasonal gaps in nectar availability for bumblebees
pp. 1585-1596(12)
Authors: Timberlake, Thomas P.; Vaughan, Ian P.; Memmott, Jane

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Are agri‐environment schemes successful in delivering conservation grazing management on saltmarsh?
pp. 1597-1609(13)
Authors: Mason, Lucy R.; Feather, Alastair; Godden, Nick; Vreugdenhil, Chris C.; Smart, Jennifer

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Managing hedgerows for nocturnal wildlife: Do bats and their insect prey benefit from targeted agri‐environment schemes?
pp. 1610-1623(14)
Authors: Froidevaux, Jérémy S. P.; Boughey, Katherine L.; Hawkins, Charlotte L.; Broyles, Moth; Jones, Gareth

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Grazing‐induced patchiness, not grazing intensity, drives plant diversity in European low‐input pastures
pp. 1624-1636(13)
Authors: Tonn, Bettina; Densing, Eva M.; Gabler, Jessica; Isselstein, Johannes

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Shifting up a gear with iDNA: From mammal detection events to standardised surveys
pp. 1637-1648(12)
Authors: Abrams, Jesse F.; Hörig, Lisa A.; Brozovic, Robert; Axtner, Jan; Crampton‐Platt, Alex; Mohamed, Azlan; Wong, Seth T.; Sollmann, Rahel; Yu, Douglas W.; Wilting, Andreas

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Long‐term shifts in the seasonal abundance of adult Culicoides biting midges and their impact on potential arbovirus outbreaks
pp. 1649-1660(12)
Authors: Sanders, Christopher J.; Shortall, Chris R.; England, Marion; Harrington, Richard; Purse, Beth; Burgin, Laura; Carpenter, Simon; Gubbins, Simon

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Monitoring a Norwegian freshwater crayfish tragedy: eDNA snapshots of invasion, infection and extinction
pp. 1661-1673(13)
Authors: Strand, David A.; Johnsen, Stein Ivar; Rusch, Johannes C.; Agersnap, Sune; Larsen, William Brenner; Knudsen, Steen Wilhelm; Møller, Peter Rask; Vrålstad, Trude

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Predicting the spatial dynamics of Wolbachia infections in Aedes aegypti arbovirus vector populations in heterogeneous landscapes
pp. 1674-1686(13)
Authors: Hancock, Penelope A.; Ritchie, Scott A.; Koenraadt, Constantianus J. M.; Scott, Thomas W.; Hoffmann, Ary A.; Godfray, H. Charles J.

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Flow restoration and the impacts of multiple stressors on fish communities in regulated rivers
pp. 1687-1702(16)
Authors: Göthe, Emma; Degerman, Erik; Sandin, Leonard; Segersten, Joel; Tamario, Carl; Mckie, Brendan G.

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The application of oyster reefs in shoreline protection: Are we over‐engineering for an ecosystem engineer?
pp. 1703-1711(9)
Authors: Morris, Rebecca L.; Bilkovic, Donna M.; Boswell, Maura K.; Bushek, David; Cebrian, Just; Goff, Joshua; Kibler, Kelly M.; La Peyre, Megan K.; McClenachan, Giovanna; Moody, Josh; Sacks, Paul; Shinn, Jenny P.; Sparks, Eric L.; Temple, Nigel A.; Walters, Linda J.; Webb, Bret M.; Swearer, Stephen E.

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Empirical determination of severe trauma in seals from collisions with tidal turbine blades
pp. 1712-1724(13)
Authors: Onoufriou, Joe; Brownlow, Andrew; Moss, Simon; Hastie, Gordon; Thompson, Dave

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Demography of a high‐density tiger population and its implications for tiger recovery
pp. 1725-1740(16)
Authors: Bisht, Shikha; Banerjee, Sudip; Qureshi, Qamar; Jhala, Yadavendradev

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Rearing background and exposure environment together explain higher survival of aquaculture fish during a bacterial outbreak
pp. 1741-1750(10)
Authors: Räihä, Ville; Sundberg, Lotta‐Riina; Ashrafi, Roghaieh; Hyvärinen, Pekka; Karvonen, Anssi

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Local forage fish abundance influences foraging effort and offspring condition in an endangered marine predator
pp. 1751-1760(10)
Authors: Campbell, Kate J.; Steinfurth, Antje; Underhill, Les G.; Coetzee, Janet C.; Dyer, Bruce M.; Ludynia, Katrin; Makhado, Azwianewi B.; Merkle, Dagmar; Rademan, Johan; Upfold, Leshia; Sherley, Richard B.

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Reversing the effects of evolutionary prey naiveté through controlled predator exposure
pp. 1761-1769(9)
Authors: Ross, Alexandra K.; Letnic, Mike; Blumstein, Daniel T.; Moseby, Katherine E.

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Impacts of dead wood manipulation on the biodiversity of temperate and boreal forests. A systematic review
pp. 1770-1781(12)
Authors: Sandström, Jennie; Bernes, Claes; Junninen, Kaisa; Lõhmus, Asko; Macdonald, Ellen; Müller, Jörg; Jonsson, Bengt Gunnar

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Does topsoil removal in grassland restoration benefit both soil nematode and plant communities?
pp. 1782-1793(12)
Authors: Resch, Monika Carol; Schütz, Martin; Graf, Ulrich; Wagenaar, Roel; Putten, Wim H.; Risch, Anita C.

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Long‐term impacts of changed grazing regimes on the vegetation of heterogeneous upland grasslands
pp. 1794-1805(12)
Authors: Pakeman, Robin J.; Fielding, Debbie A.; Everts, Liese; Littlewood, Nick A.

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Grassland biodiversity restoration increases resistance of carbon fluxes to drought
pp. 1806-1816(11)
Authors: Cole, Andrew J.; Griffiths, Robert I.; Ward, Susan E.; Whitaker, Jeanette; Ostle, Nicholas J.; Bardgett, Richard D.

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Loss of spatial structure after temporary herbivore absence in a high‐productivity reed marsh
pp. 1817-1826(10)
Authors: Reijers, Valérie C.; Cruijsen, Peter M. J. M.; Hoetjes, Sean C. S.; Akker, Marloes; Heusinkveld, Jannes H. T.; Koppel, Johan; Lamers, Leon P. M.; Olff, Han; Heide, Tjisse

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Remnant woodland biodiversity gains under 10 years of revealed‐price incentive payments
pp. 1827-1838(12)
Authors: Bond, Anthelia J.; O'Connor, Patrick J.; Cavagnaro, Timothy R.

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Remnant forest in Costa Rican working landscapes fosters bird communities that are indistinguishable from protected areas
pp. 1839-1849(11)
Authors: Karp, Daniel S.; Echeverri, Alejandra; Zook, Jim; Juárez, Pedro; Ke, Alison; Krishnan, Jaya; Chan, Kai M.A.; Frishkoff, Luke O.

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Time to monitor livestock carcasses for biodiversity conservation and public health
pp. 1850-1855(6)
Authors: Mateo‐Tomás, Patricia; Olea, Pedro P.; López‐Bao, José Vicente

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Corrigendum
pp. 1856-1856(1)

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