Skull of a sabre-toothed cat
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Anna Kuparinen — 2019(6) (firstname.lastname@example.org>)
Keywords: obituary, memorial, tribute, government influence on science messaging, value of novel, well‐founded, alternative hypotheses, fake news.
Revising the biogeography of livestock animal domestication.
Indrė Žliobaitė — 2019(6) (email@example.com>
Keywords: biogeography, domestication, ecology, hypsodonty, large mammals, teeth.
First published 2021-10-18 in Evolutionary Ecology Research as an Early Edition, Evolutionary-Ecology.com/open/ar3215.pdf
Predicting the effects of currents on the adaptive movement by juvenile salmonids.
Richard A. Hinrichsen — 2019(6) (firstname.lastname@example.org
Keywords: behavioural ecology, bioenergetics, freshwater ecology, migration, optimal control, predation, salmonids.
First published 2021-10-22 in Evolutionary Ecology Research as an Early Edition, Evolutionary-Ecology.com/open/ar3233.pdf
Patterns of relative abundance among large Carnivora in western Eurasia during the Plio-Pleistocene.
Otto Oksanen — 2019(6) (email@example.com)
Keywords: Carnivora, climate, competition, hypercarnivore, metacommunity, Pleistocene, Pliocene, relative abundance.
First published 2021-12-6 in Evolutionary Ecology Research as an Early Edition, Evolutionary-Ecology.com/open/ar3234.pdf
The maintenance of polymorphism and divergence in sexually selected traits affected by frequency-dependent predation and consistent mating advantages.
Aditya Ponkshe & John A. Endler — 2019(6) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: Fisher process, frequency-dependent selection, mate choice, null model, polymorphic sexual traits, polymorphism maintenance, population divergence.
First published 2021-11-2 in Evolutionary Ecology Research as an Early Edition, Evolutionary-Ecology.com/open/ar3223.pdf
Urbanization drives phenotypic evolution in mosquitofish.
Joshua R. Mays, Thomas J. DeWitt, Prarthana Dharampal, C. Fred T. Andrus & Robert H. Findlay — 2019(6) (email@example.com)
Keywords: costs and limits of phenotypic plasticity, environmental change, geometric morphometrics, habitat choice, habitat migration, stable isotope analysis.
First published 2021-12-6 in Evolutionary Ecology Research as an Early Edition, Evolutionary-Ecology.com/open/ar3235.pdf
Erratum: Diversity of gill raker number and diets among stickleback populations in novel habitats created by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami (Evolutionary Ecology Research, 2019, 20: 213–230). — a correction.
Takuya Hosoki, Seiichi Mori, Shotaro Nishida, Manabu Kume, Tetsuya Sumi & Jun Kitano (firstname.lastname@example.org)