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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 26, Number 3, June 2003

Identification of landscape units from an insect perspective
pp. 257-268(12)
Authors: Chust, Guillem; Pretus, Joan L.; Ducrot, Danielle; Bedòs, Anne; Deharveng, L.

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Structure of a plant–flower-visitor network in the high-altitude sub-alpine desert of Tenerife, Canary Islands
pp. 301-310(10)
Authors: Dupont, Yoko L.; Hansen, Dennis M.; Olesen, Jens M.

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Stream meanders increase insectivorous bird abundance in riparian deciduous forests
pp. 325-337(13)
Authors: Iwata, Tomoya; Nakano, Shigeru; Murakami, Masashi

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Synchrony of woodland bird populations: the effect of landscape structure
pp. 338-348(11)
Authors: Bellamy, P. E.; Rothery, P.; Hinsley, S. A.

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The significance of latitudinal variation in body size in a holarctic ant, Leptothorax acervorum
pp. 349-355(7)
Authors: Heinze, Jürgen; Foitzik, Susanne; Fischer, Birgit; Wanke, Tina; Kipyatkov, Vladilen E.

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Species–area relationships of butterflies in Europe and species richness forecasting
pp. 365-373(9)
Authors: Ulrich, Werner; Buszko, Jarosław

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Predicting species diversity with ED: the quest for evidence
pp. 380-383(4)
Authors: Araújo, M. B.; Densham, P.; Humphries, C.

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