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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 23, Number 1, February 2000

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Macroecology of a host-parasite relationship
pp. 11-20(10)
Authors: Vaughn, Caryn C.; Taylor, Christopher M.

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Foraging behavior of an estuarine predator, the blue crab Callinectes sapidus in a patchy environment
pp. 21-31(11)
Authors: Clark, Mary E.; Wolcott, Thomas G.; Wolcott, Donna L.; Hines, Anson H.

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Functional significance of emergence timing in bats
pp. 32-40(9)
Authors: Duvergé, P. Laurent; Jones, Gareth; Rydell, Jens; Ransome, Roger D.

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Host selection by a mycophagous fly and its impact on fly survival
pp. 41-49(9)
Authors: Pawlitz, Rachel J.; Bultman, Thomas L.

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Summer bird abundance and distribution on set-aside fields on intensive arable farms in England
pp. 50-59(10)
Authors: Henderson, Ian G.; Vickery, Juliet A.; Fuller, Robert J.

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Are spring staging brent geese evicted by vegetation succession?
pp. 60-69(10)
Authors: Wal, René; Lieshout, Suzan; Bos, Daan; Drent, Rudi H.

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Periodicity in spatial data and geostatistical models: autocorrelation between patches
pp. 81-91(11)
Authors: Radeloff, Volker C.; Miller, Todd F.; He, Hong S.; Mladenoff, David J.

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Periodicity in spatial data and geostatistical models: autocorrelation between patches
pp. 81-91(11)
Authors: Radeloff, Volker C.; Miller, Todd F.; He, Hong S.; Mladenoff, David J.

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Periodicity in spatial data and geostatistical models: autocorrelation between patches
pp. 81-91(11)
Authors: Radeloff, Volker C.; Miller, Todd F.; He, Hong S.; Mladenoff, David J.

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Red-shifts and red herrings in geographical ecology
pp. 101-113(13)
Author: Lennon, Jack J.

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Red-shifts and red herrings in geographical ecology
pp. 101-113(13)
Author: Lennon, Jack J.

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Red-shifts and red herrings in geographical ecology
pp. 101-113(13)
Author: Lennon, Jack J.

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Are macroinvertebrate communities influenced by seagrass structural complexity?
pp. 114-121(8)
Authors: Attrill, Martin J.; Strong, James A.; Rowden, Ashley A.

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Are macroinvertebrate communities influenced by seagrass structural complexity?
pp. 114-121(8)
Authors: Attrill, Martin J.; Strong, James A.; Rowden, Ashley A.

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Are macroinvertebrate communities influenced by seagrass structural complexity?
pp. 114-121(8)
Authors: Attrill, Martin J.; Strong, James A.; Rowden, Ashley A.

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Does food-searching ability determine habitat selection? Foraging in sand of three species of gerbilline rodents
pp. 122-129(8)
Authors: Krasnov, Boris R.; Shenbrot, Georgy I.; Rios, Luis E.; Lizurume, Maria E.

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Does food-searching ability determine habitat selection? Foraging in sand of three species of gerbilline rodents
pp. 122-129(8)
Authors: Krasnov, Boris R.; Shenbrot, Georgy I.; Rios, Luis E.; Lizurume, Maria E.

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Does food-searching ability determine habitat selection? Foraging in sand of three species of gerbilline rodents
pp. 122-129(8)
Authors: Krasnov, Boris R.; Shenbrot, Georgy I.; Rios, Luis E.; Lizurume, Maria E.

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Variation in the relationship between numbers of breeding pairs and woodland area for passerines in fragmented habitat
pp. 130-138(9)
Authors: Bellamy, P. E.; Rothery, P.; Hinsley, S. A.; Newton, I.

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Variation in the relationship between numbers of breeding pairs and woodland area for passerines in fragmented habitat
pp. 130-138(9)
Authors: Bellamy, P. E.; Rothery, P.; Hinsley, S. A.; Newton, I.

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Variation in the relationship between numbers of breeding pairs and woodland area for passerines in fragmented habitat
pp. 130-138(9)
Authors: Bellamy, P. E.; Rothery, P.; Hinsley, S. A.; Newton, I.

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Body size and host range in European Heteroptera
pp. 139-147(9)
Authors: Brändle, Martin; Stadler, Jutta; Brandl, Roland

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Body size and host range in European Heteroptera
pp. 139-147(9)
Authors: Brändle, Martin; Stadler, Jutta; Brandl, Roland

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Body size and host range in European Heteroptera
pp. 139-147(9)
Authors: Brändle, Martin; Stadler, Jutta; Brandl, Roland

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Ecological distribution of four co-occurring Mediterranean heath species
pp. 148-159(12)
Authors: Ojeda, Fernando; Arroyo, Juan; Marañón, Teodoro

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Ecological distribution of four co-occurring Mediterranean heath species
pp. 148-159(12)
Authors: Ojeda, Fernando; Arroyo, Juan; Marañón, Teodoro

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Ecological distribution of four co-occurring Mediterranean heath species
pp. 148-159(12)
Authors: Ojeda, Fernando; Arroyo, Juan; Marañón, Teodoro

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