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2017.VIII.27

Effects of morphology, substrate use, and potential trade-offs on locomotor performance during multiple modes of snake locomotion.
Gary W. Gerald (ggerald@nebrwesleyan.edu)

2017.VIII.25

Post-dispersal seed predation in relation to selection on seed size in Dithyrea californica.
Eugenio Larios, Alberto Búrquez, Gilberto Valenzuela, Peter Chesson & D. Lawrence Venable (elariosc@iecologia.unam.mx)

2017.VII.25

Evolution of reproductive effort in mud turtles (Kinosternidae); The role of environmental predictability.
Rodrigo Macip-Ríos, Rebeca N. Ontiveros, Anahí T. Sánchez-León & G. Casas-Andreu. (rmacip@enesmorelia.unam.mx)

2017.VII.28

Stress as an adaptation I: Stress hormones are correlated with optimal foraging behavior of gerbils under the risk of predation.
Justin R. St. Juliana, Burt P. Kotler, Nadja Wielebnowski & Jonathan G. Cox (jrs626@cornell.edu)

2017.VII.18

Stress as an adaptation II: Does experimental cortisol supplementation affect predation risk assessment in foraging gerbils?
Franklin Sargunaraj, Burt P. Kotler, Justin R. St. Juliana & Nadja Wielebnowski (kotler@ bgu.ac.il)

2017.VII.18

Diversity and abundance of bacteria in surface seawater of the Changjiang Estuary and its adjacent areas.
Shuai-Bing Wang, Jian-Xin Wang, Xiao-Hui Liu, Ying-Ping Fan, Ran Jiang, Ming-Hua Liu, Xue-Zhu Liu & Dong-Mei Wu (jxwang@zjou.edu.cn)
S-B Wang & J-X Wang contributed equally to this study and share first authorship.

2017.VII.11

Developmental order of a secondary sexual trait reflects gonadal development in male sheepshead minnows Cyprinodon variegatus.
Who-Seung Lee, Marc Mangel & Stephan B. Munch (whoseung@gmail.com)

2017.VII.11

Predators detect the welfare of their potential prey and cull poor ones.
A. S. Severtsov, M. L. Rosenzweig & A. V. Shubkina (annashubkina@rambler.ru)

2017.VII.11

Evolution of the density-response of the juvenile hormone level which controls the wing type fraction.
Takahiro Kamioka & Yoh Iwasa (t.kamioka.530@gmail.com)

2017.VII.11

Dioecy as a specialization promoting sperm delivery — a correction.
Priya Iyer & Joan Roughgarden (priya.iyer@gmail.com)

2017.VII.6

The ecology of non-ecological diversification: how nonsexual selection affects within-environment diversification via sexual conflict.
Devin Arbuthnott (dArbuthnott@gmail.com)

2017.VII.6

A survey of computational methods for fossil data analysis.
Indrė Žliobaitė, Kai Puolamäki, Jussi T. Eronen & Mikael Fortelius (indre.zliobaite@helsinki.fi)

 


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