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McCabe, M. 2019: Cracking an interstellar mystery. Astronomy and Geophysics 60(4): 4.29-4.35
Ruggles, C. 2019: Beyond Jodrell Bank: astronomical heritage. Astronomy and Geophysics 60(4): 4.36-4.39
Bowler, S. 2019: Changing places: action for better workplaces. Astronomy and Geophysics 60(4): 4.40-4.42
Koenig, W.D. 1990: Opportunity of parentage and nest destruction in polygynandrous acorn woodpeckers, Melanerpes formidvorus. Behavioral Ecology 1(1): 55-61
Pasquet, A. 1999: Previous foraging success influences web building in the spider Stegodyphus lineatus (Eresidae). Behavioral Ecology 10(2): 115-121
Field, S.A. 1999: Don't count your eggs before they're parasitized: contest resolution and the trade-offsduring patch defense in a parasitoid wasp. Behavioral Ecology 10(2): 122-127
Poysa, H. 1999: Conspecific nest parasitism is associated with inequality in nest predation risk in the common goldeneye (Bucephala clangula). Behavioral Ecology 10(5): 533-540
Reguera, P. 1999: Predation costs associated with parental care in the golden egg bug Phyllomorpha laciniata (Heteroptera: Coreidae). Behavioral Ecology 10(5): 541-544
van der Veen, I.T. 1999: Effects of predation risk on diurnal mass dynamics and foraging routines of yellowhammers (Emberiza citrinella). Behavioral Ecology 10(5): 545-551
Kim, J.. 1999: Influence of resource level on maternal investment in a leaf-cutter bee (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae). Behavioral Ecology 10(5): 552-556
Van Dongen, S. 1999: Fitness components of male and female winter moths (Operophtera brumata L.) (Lepidoptera, Geometridae) relative to measures of body size and asymmetry. Behavioral Ecology 10(6): 659-665
Roulin, A. 1999: Nonrandom pairing by male barn owls (Tyto alba) with respect to a female plumage trait. Behavioral Ecology 10(6): 688-695
O'Connor, K.I. 2000: The effects of prior residence on behavior and growth rates in juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Behavioral Ecology 11(1): 13-18
Mann, J. 2000: Female reproductive success in bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.): life history, habitat, provisioning, and group-size effects. Behavioral Ecology 11(2): 210-219
Shine, R. 2000: Effects of sex, body size, temperature, and location on the antipredator tactics of free-ranging gartersnakes (Thamnophis sirtalis, Colubridae). Behavioral Ecology 11(3): 239-245
Radford, A.N. 2000: Is variation in brood sex ratios adaptive in the great tit (Parus major)?. Behavioral Ecology 11(3): 294-298
Simmons, L.W. 2000: Can minor males of Dawson's burrowing bee, Amegilla dawsoni (Hymenoptera: Anthophorini) compensate for reduced access to virgin females through sperm competition?. Behavioral Ecology 11(3): 319-325
Eggert, A.-K. 2000: Timing of oviposition and reproductive skew in cobreeding female burying beetles (Nicrophorus vespilloides). Behavioral Ecology 11(4): 357-366
Friedl, T.W.P. 2000: Nest and mate choice in the red bishop (Euplectes orix) : female settlement rules. Behavioral Ecology 11(4): 378-386
Shine, R. 2000: Are snakes right-handed ? Asymmetry in hemipenis size and usage in gartersnakes (Thamnophis sirtalis). Behavioral Ecology 11(4): 411-415
Warner, R.R. 2000: Courtship displays and coloration as indicators of safety rather than of male quality : the safety assurance hyposthesis. Behavioral Ecology 11(4): 444-451
Rintamaki, P.T. 2000: Combs and sexual selection in black grouse (Tetrao tetrix). Behavioral Ecology 11(5): 465-471
Blumstein, D.T. 2000: Insular tammar wallabies (Macropus eugenii) respond to visual but not acoustic cues from predators. Behavioral Ecology 11(5): 528-535
Queller, D.C. 2001: W. D. Hamilton and the evolution of sociality. Behavioral Ecology 12(3): 261-a-264
Buchanan, K.L. 2001: Flight, fitness, and sexual selection: a response. Behavioral Ecology 12(4): 513-515
Siitari, H. 2002: Individual color variation and male quality in pied flycatchers (Ficedula hypoleuca): a role of ultraviolet reflectance. Behavioral Ecology 13(6): 737-741
Leonard, M.L.; Horn, A.G.; Ratcliffe, L.M. 1991: Parental aggression in black-capped chickadees. Behavioral Ecology 2(3): 228-233
McPeek, M.A. 1992: Mechanisms of sexual selection operating on body size in the mosquitofish ( Gambusia holbrooki ). Behavioral Ecology 3(1): 1-12
Powell, R.A.; Fried, J.J. 1992: Helping by juvenile pine voles (Microtus pinetorum) , growth and survival of younger siblings, and the evolution of pine vole sociality. Behavioral Ecology 3(4): 325-333
Swenson, J.E. 1993: Hazel grouse (Bonasa bonasia) pairs during the nonbreeding season: mutual benefits of a cooperative alliance. Behavioral Ecology 4(1): 14-21
Viser, M.E. 1993: Adaptive self- and conspecific superparasitism in the solitary parasitoid Leptopilina heterotoma (Hymenoptera: Eucoilidae). Behavioral Ecology 4(1): 22-28
Arnold, W.; Anja, V.L. 1993: Ectoparasite loads decrease the fitness of alpine marmots (Marmota marmota) but are not a cost of sociality. Behavioral Ecology 4(1): 36-39
Westneat, D.F. 1993: Polygyny and extrapair fertilizations in eastern red-winged blackbirds (Agelaius phoeniceus). Behavioral Ecology 4(1): 49-60
Yasukawa, K.; Leanza, F.; King, C.D. 1993: An observational and brood-exchange sudy of paternal provisioning in the red-winged blackbird, Agelaius phoeniceus. Behavioral Ecology 4(1): 78-82
Tuckerman, J.F.; Gwynne, D.T.; Morris, G.K. 1993: Reliable acoustic cues for female mate preference in a katydid (Scudderia curvicauda , Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Behavioral Ecology 4(2): 106-113
Herrera, E.A.; Macdonald, D.W. 1993: Aggression, dominance, and mating success among capybara males (Hydrochaeris hydrochaeris). Behavioral Ecology 4(2): 114-119
Boutin, stan; Tooze, Z.; Price, K. 1993: Post-breeding dispersal by female red squirrels (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) : the effect of local vacancies. Behavioral Ecology 4(2): 151-155
Clutton-Brock, T.; McComb, K. 1993: Experimental tests of copying and mate choice in fallow deer ( Dama dama ). Behavioral Ecology 4(3): 191-193
Martins, T.L.F.; Wright, J. 1993: Cost of reproduction and allocation of food between parent and young in the swift ( Apus apus ). Behavioral Ecology 4(3): 213-223
Ekman, J.B.; Lilliendahl, K. 1993: Using priority to food access: fattening strategies in dominance-structured willow tit ( Parus montanus ) flocks. Behavioral Ecology 4(3): 232-238
Page, R.E.; Fondrk, M.K.; Robinson, G.E. 1993: Selectable components of sex allocation in colonies of the honeybee ( Apis mellifera L.). Behavioral Ecology 4(3): 239-245
Johnson, K.; Thornhill, R.; Ligon, J.D.; Zuk, M. 1993: The direction of mothers' and daughters' preferences and the heritability of male ornaments in red jungle fowl ( Gallus gallus ). Behavioral Ecology 4(3): 254-259
Hartley, I.R.; Shepherd, M.; Burke, T.R.T. 1993: Reproductive success of polygynous male corn buntings ( Miliaria calandra ) as confirmed by Dna fingerprinting. Behavioral Ecology 4(4): 310-317
Benedix, J.H. 1993: Area-restricted search by the plains pocket gopher ( Geomys bursarius ) in tallgrass prairie habitat. Behavioral Ecology 4(4): 318-324
Polak, M. 1993: Competition for landmark territories among male Polistes canadensis (L.) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae): large-size advantage and alternative mate-acquisition tactics. Behavioral Ecology 4(4): 325-331
Trumbo, S.T.; Wilson, D.S. 1993: Brood discrimination, nest mate discrimination, and determinants of social behavior in facultatively quasisocial beetles ( Nicrophorus spp.). Behavioral Ecology 4(4): 332-339
Keeley, E.R.; Grant, J.W.A. 1993: Visual information, resource value, and sequential assessment in convict cichlid ( Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum ) contests. Behavioral Ecology 4(4): 345-349
Simmons, L.W.; Bailey, W.J. 1993: Agonistic communication between males of a zaprochiline katydid (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Behavioral Ecology 4(4): 364-368
Nilsson, J..Åke; Persson, H.K.O. 1993: A prudent hoarder: effects of long-term hoarding in the European nuthatch, Sitta europaea. Behavioral Ecology 4(4): 369-373
Lessells, C.M.; Avery, M.I.; Krebs, J.R. 1994: Nonrandom dispersal of kin: why do European bee-eater ( Merops apiaster ) brothers nest close together?. Behavioral Ecology 5(1): 105-113
Batorczak, A.; Jahlbński, P.; Rowiński, A. 1994: Mate choice by male water striders ( Gerris lacustris ): expression of a wing morph preference depends on a size difference between females. Behavioral Ecology 5(1): 17-20
Otronen, M. 1994: Repeated copulations as a strategy to maximize fertilization in the fly, Dryomyza anilis (Dryomyzidae). Behavioral Ecology 5(1): 51-56
Smith, H.G.; Ottosson, U.; Sandell, M. 1994: Intrasexual competition among polygynously mated female starlings ( Sturnus vulgaris ). Behavioral Ecology 5(1): 57-63
Cuthil, I.C.; Haccou, P.; Kacelnik, A. 1994: Starlings ( Sturnus vulgaris ) exploiting patches: response to long-term changes in travel time. Behavioral Ecology 5(1): 81-90
Oring, L.W.; Reed, M.J.; Alberico, A.R.J. 1994: Mate acquisition tactics in polyandrous spotted sandpipers ( Actitis macularia ): the role of age and experience. Behavioral Ecology 5(1): 9-16
Silva, J.da; Macdonald, D.W.; Evans, P.G.H. 1994: Net costs of group living in a solitary forager, the Eurasian badger (Meles meles). Behavioral Ecology 5(2): 151-158
Lucas, J.R. 1994: Regulation of cache stores and body mass in Carolina chickadees (Panes carolinensis). Behavioral Ecology 5(2): 171-181
Sabat, A.M. 1994: Costs and benefits of parental effort in a brood-guarding fish ( Ambloplites rupestris, Centrarchidae). Behavioral Ecology 5(2): 195-201
Fiske, peder; Kàlàs, J.A.; Saether, S.A. 1994: Correlates of male mating success in the lekking great snipe (Gallinago media) : results from a four-year study. Behavioral Ecology 5(2): 210-218
Ekman, J.; Sklepkovych, B.; Tegelstrom, H. 1994: Offspring retention in the Siberian jay { Perisoreus infaustus ): the prolonged brood care hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology 5(3): 245-253
Gwynne, D.T.; Brown, W.D. 1994: Mate feeding, offspring investment, and sexual differences in katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Behavioral Ecology 5(3): 267-272
Chelazzi, G.; Santina, P.D.; Santini, G. 1994: Rhythmical timing and spatial scattering of foraging in a homer limpet { Patella rustica ). Behavioral Ecology 5(3): 288-292
Mary, C.M.S. 1994: Sex allocation in a simultaneous hermaphrodite, the blue-banded goby ( Lythrypnus dalli ): the effects of body size and behavioral gender and the consequences for reproduction. Behavioral Ecology 5(3): 304-313
Mulder, R.A.; Magrath, M.J.L. 1994: Timing of prenuptial molt as a sexually selected indicator of male quality in superb fairy-wrens (Malurus cyaneus). Behavioral Ecology 5(4): 393-400
Wedell, N. 1994: Variation in nuptial gift quality in bush crickets (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Behavioral Ecology 5(4): 418-425
Wisenden, B.D. 1994: Factors affecting mate desertion by males in free-ranging convict cichlids (Cichlasoma nigrofasciatum). Behavioral Ecology 5(4): 439-447
Owens, I.P.F.; Dixon, A.; Burke, T.; Thompson, D.B.A. 1995: Strategic paternity assurance in the sex-role reversed Eurasian dotterel ( Charadrius morinellus ): behavioral and genetic evidence. Behavioral Ecology 6(1): 14-21
Harfenist, A.; Ydenberg, R.C. 1995: Parental provisioning and predation risk in rhinoceros auklets ( Cerorhinca monocerata ): effects on nestling growth and fledging. Behavioral Ecology 6(1): 82-86
Chivers, D.P.; Smith, R.J.F. 1995: Fathead minnows ( Pimephales promelas ) learn to recognize chemical stimuli from high-risk habitats by the presence of alarm substance. Behavioral Ecology 6(2): 155-158
Curlee, A.P.; Beissinger, S.R. 1995: Experimental analysis of mass change in female green-rumped parrotlets ( Forpus passerinus ): the role of male cooperation. Behavioral Ecology 6(2): 192-198
Wilmshurst, J.F.; Fryxell, J.M.; Hudsonb, R.J. 1995: Forage quality and patch choice by wapiti ( Cervus elaphus ). Behavioral Ecology 6(2): 209-217
Curio, E.; Onnebrink, H. 1995: Brood defense and brood size in the great tit ( Parus major ): a test of a model of unshared parental investment. Behavioral Ecology 6(3): 235-241
Koskela, E.; YlÖnen, H. 1995: Suppressed breeding in the field vole ( Microtus agrestis ): an adaptation to cyclically fluctuating predation risk. Behavioral Ecology 6(3): 311-315
Tolonen, P.; Korpimaki, E. 1995: Parental effort of kestrels ( Falco tinnunculus ) in nest defense: effects of laying time, brood size, and varying survival prospects of offspring. Behavioral Ecology 6(4): 435-441
Hare, J.F.; Murie, J.O. 1996: Ground squirrel sociality and the quest for the holy grail: does kinship influence behavioral discrimination by juvenile Columbian ground squirrels?. Behavioral Ecology 7(1): 76-81
Cuervo, J.J.; de Lope, F.; Møiller, A.P. 1996: The function of long tails in female barn swallows ( Hirundo rustica ): an experimental study. Behavioral Ecology 7(2): 132-136
Briggs, S.E.; Godin, J.-G.J.; Dugatkin, L.A. 1996: Mate-choice copying under predation risk in the Trinigadian guppy ( Poecilia reticulata ). Behavioral Ecology 7(2): 151-157
Grant, J.W.A.; Green, L.D. 1996: Mate copying versus preference for actively courting males by female Japanese medaka ( Oryzias latipes ). Behavioral Ecology 7(2): 165-167
Elgar, M.A.; Fahey, B.F. 1996: Sexual cannibalism, competition, and size dimorphism in the orb-weaving spider Nephila plumipes Latreille (Araneae: Araneoidea). Behavioral Ecology 7(2): 195-198
Lindström, K.; Kangas, N. 1996: Egg presence, egg loss, and female mate preferences in the sand goby ( Pomatoschistus minutus ). Behavioral Ecology 7(2): 213-217
Burley, N.T.; Parker, P.G.; Lundy, K. 1996: Sexual selection and extrapair fertilization in a socially monogamous passerine, the zebra finch ( Taeniopygia gullata ). Behavioral Ecology 7(2): 218-226
Gompper, M.E. 1996: Sociality and asociality in white-nosed coatis ( Nasua narica ): foraging costs and benefits. Behavioral Ecology 7(3): 254-263
Kodric-Brown, A. 1996: Role of male-male competition and female choice in the development of breeding coloration in pupfish ( Cyprinodon pecosensis ). Behavioral Ecology 7(4): 431-437
Clark, D.C.; DeBano, S.J.; Moore, A.J. 1997: The influence of environmental quality on sexual selection in Nauphoeta cinerea (Dictyoptera: Blaberidae). Behavioral Ecology 8(1): 46-53
Beauchamp, G.; Giraldeau, L.-A. 1997: Patch exploitation in a producer-scrounger system: test of a hypothesis using flocks of spice finches ( Lonchura punctulata ). Behavioral Ecology 8(1): 54-59
Turner, A.M. 1997: Constrating short-term and long-term effects of predation risk on consumer habitat use and resources. Behavioral Ecology 8(2): 120-125
Iissemore, F.M. 1997: Frass clearing by male pine engraver beetles ( Ips pini ; Scolytidae): paternal care or paternity assurance. Behavioral Ecology 8(3): 318-325
Pravosudov, V.V.; Grubb, T.C. 1997: Management of fat reserves and food caches in tufted titmice ( Parus bicolor ) in relation to unpredictable food supply. Behavioral Ecology 8(3): 332-339
Grand, T.C.; Dill, L.M. 1997: The energetic equivalence of cover to juvenile coho salmon ( Oncorhynchus kisutch ): ideal free distribution theroy applied. Behavioral Ecology 8(4): 437-447
Kempenaers, B.; Verheyen, G.R.; Dhondi, A.A. 1997: Extrapair paternity in the blue tit ( Parus caeruleus ) : female choice, male charateristics, and offspring quality. Behavioral Ecology 8(5): 481-492
Reyer, H.-U.; Bollmann, K.; Schläpfer, A.R.; Schymainda, A.; Klecack, G. 1997: Ecological determinants of extrapair fertilizations and egg dumping in Alpine water pipits ( Anthus spinoletta ). Behavioral Ecology 8(5): 534-543
Takasu, K.; Ode, P.J.; Antolin, M.F.; Strand, M.R. 1997: Environmental and genetic determinants of ovicide in parasitic wasp Bracon hebetor. Behavioral Ecology 8(6): 647-654
Jones, H.M.; Paszkowaki, C.A. 1997: Effects of northern pike on patterns of nest use and resproductive behavior of male fathead minnows in a boreal lake. Behavioral Ecology 8(6): 655-662
Hill, P.S.M. 1998: Environmental and social influences on calling effort in the prairie mole cricket ( Gryllotalpa major ). Behavioral Ecology 9(1): 101-108
Ydenberg, R.; Hurd, pete 1998: Simple models of feeding with time and enery contstraints. Behavioral Ecology 9(1): 49-53
Persons, M.H.; Uetz, G.W. 1998: Presampling sensory information and prey density assessment by wolf spiders (Araneae, Lycosidae). Behavioral Ecology 9(4): 360-366
Kokko, H.; Lindström, J.; Alatalo, R.V.; Rintamäki, P.T. 1998: Queuing for territory positions in the lekking black grouse ( Tetrao tetrix ). Behavioral Ecology 9(4): 376-383
Strohbach, S.; Curio, E.; Bathen, A.; Epplen, J.; Lubjuhn, T. 1998: Extrapair paternity in the great tit ( Parus major ): a test of the good genes hypothesis. Behavioral Ecology 9(4): 388-396
Broom, M.; Ruxton, G.D. 1998: Evolutionarily stable stealing: game theory applied to kleptoparasitism. Behavioral Ecology 9(4): 397-403
Yoerg, S.I. 1998: Foraging behavior predicts age at independence in juvenile Eurasian dippers ( Cinclus cinclus ). Behavioral Ecology 9(5): 471-477
de Jong, P. 1998: The effect of female mating history on sperm precedence in the two-spot ladybird, Adalia bipunctata (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae). Behavioral Ecology 9(6): 559-565
Dobson, F. 1998: Social and ecological influences on dispersal and philopatry in the plateau pika (Ochotona curzoniae). Behavioral Ecology 9(6): 622-635
Lehmann, J. 2003: Social influences on ranging patterns among chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus) in the Tai National Park, Cote d'Ivoire. Behavioral Ecology 14(5): 642-649
Hinde, C.A. 2005: Negotiation over offspring care?--a positive response to partner-provisioning rate in great tits. Behavioral Ecology 17(1): 6-12
Taborsky, B.; Skubic, E.; Bruintjes, R. 2007: Mothers adjust egg size to helper number in a cooperatively breeding cichlid. Behavioral Ecology 18(4): 652-657
While, G.M.; Wapstra, E. 2007: Are there benefits to being born asynchronously: an experimental test in a social lizard. Behavioral Ecology 19(1): 208-216
Ihalainen, E.; Lindstrom, L.; Mappes, J.; Puolakkainen, S. 2007: Can experienced birds select for Mullerian mimicry?. Behavioral Ecology 19(2): 362-368
Leonard, A.S.; Hedrick, A.V. 2009: Male and female crickets use different decision rules in response to mating signals. Behavioral Ecology 20(6): 1175-1184
Vedder, O.; Magrath, M.J.L.; Harts, A.M.F.; Schut, E.; van der Velde, M.; Komdeur, J. 2010: Reduced extrapair paternity in response to experimental stimulation of earlier incubation onset in blue tits. Behavioral Ecology 21(1): 9-15
Nakagawa, S.; Ockendon, N.; Gillespie, D.O.S.; Hatchwell, B.J.; Burke, T. 2011: Corrections for "Assessing the function of house sparrows' bib size using a flexible meta-analysis method [Behav Ecol 18: 831-840]". Behavioral Ecology 22(2): 445-446
Herberstein, M.E.; Wignall, A.E.; Nessler, S.H.; Harmer, A.M.T.; Schneider, J.M. 2012: How effective and persistent are fragmentsof male genitalia as mating plugs?. Behavioral Ecology 23(5): 1140-1145
DeBruine, L.M. 2013: Evidence versus speculation on the validity of methods for measuring masculinity preferences: comment on Scott et al. Behavioral Ecology 24(3): 591-593
Little, A.C. 2013: Multiple motives in women's preferences for masculine male faces: comment on Scott et al. Behavioral Ecology 24(3): 590-591
Grant, R.; Halliday, T.; Chadwick, E. 2013: Amphibians' response to the lunar synodic cycle--a review of current knowledge, recommendations, and implications for conservation. Behavioral Ecology 24(1): 53-62
Zottl, M.; Lienert, R.; Clutton-Brock, T.; Millesi, E.; Manser, M.B. 2013: The effects of recruitment to direct predator cues on predator responses in meerkats. Behavioral Ecology 24(1): 198-204
Montague, M.J.; Danek-Gontard, M.; Kunc, H.P. 2013: Phenotypic plasticity affects the response of a sexually selected trait to anthropogenic noise. Behavioral Ecology 24(2): 343-348
Webster, B.; Qvarfordt, E.; Olsson, U.; Glinwood, R. 2013: Different roles for innate and learnt behavioral responses to odors in insect host location. Behavioral Ecology 24(2): 366-372
Cramer, E.R.A. 2013: Vocal deviation and trill consistency do not affect male response to playback in house wrens. Behavioral Ecology 24(2): 412-420
Chaverri, G.; Gillam, E.H.; Kunz, T.H. 2013: A call-and-response system facilitates group cohesion among disc-winged bats. Behavioral Ecology 24(2): 481-487
Bradley, D.W.; Molles, L.E.; Waas, J.R. 2013: Local-foreign dialect discrimination and responses to mixed-dialect duets in the North Island kokako. Behavioral Ecology 24(2): 570-578
Brown, G.R. 2013: Why mechanisms shouldn't be ignored--commentary on Nettle by Brown. Behavioral Ecology 24(5): 1041-1042
Simpson, S.D. 2013: Never say never in a noisy world--commentary on Gagliano's 'green symphonies'. Behavioral Ecology 24(4): 798-799
Nettle, D.; Gibson, M.A.; Lawson, D.W.; Sear, R. 2013: Response: how much you need to engage with mechanism depends on what you are trying to do. Behavioral Ecology 24(5): 1046-1047
Macedonia, J.M.; Clark, D.L.; Riley, R.G.; Kemp, D.J. 2013: Species recognition of color and motion signals in Anolis grahami: evidence from responses to lizard robots. Behavioral Ecology 24(4): 846-852
Chivers, D.P.; Ferrari, M.C.O. 2013: Tadpole antipredator responses change over time: what is the role of learning and generalization?. Behavioral Ecology 24(5): 1114-1121
Potvin, D.A.; Mulder, R.A. 2013: Immediate, independent adjustment of call pitch and amplitude in response to varying background noise by silvereyes (Zosterops lateralis). Behavioral Ecology 24(6): 1363-1368
Sih, A.; Wey, T.W. 2014: Dynamic feedbacks on dynamic networks: on the importance of considering real-time rewiring--comment on Pinter-Wollman et al. Behavioral Ecology 25(2): 258-259
Rendell, L.; Gero, S. 2014: The behavioral ecologist's essential social networks cookbook--comment on Pinter-Wollman et al. Behavioral Ecology 25(2): 257-258
Read, J.; Jones, G.; Radford, A.N. 2014: Fitness costs as well as benefits are important when considering responses to anthropogenic noise. Behavioral Ecology 25(1): 4-7
Rands, S.A. 2014: We must consider dynamic changes in behavior in social networks and conduct manipulations: comment on Pinter-Wollman et al. Behavioral Ecology 25(2): 259-260
Kemp, D.J.; White, T.E. 2014: Exploring the perceptual canvas of signal evolution: comment on Kelley and Kelley. Behavioral Ecology 25(3): 467-468
Stevens, M. 2014: Confusion and illusion: understanding visual traits and behavior. A comment on Kelley and Kelley. Behavioral Ecology 25(3): 464-465
Igic, B.; Magrath, R.D. 2014: A songbird mimics different heterospecific alarm calls in response to different types of threat. Behavioral Ecology 25(3): 538-548
Cisterne, A.; Vanderduys, E.P.; Pike, D.A.; Schwarzkopf, L. 2014: Wary invaders and clever natives: sympatric house geckos show disparate responses to predator scent. Behavioral Ecology 25(3): 604-611
Ryan, M.J. 2014: When seeing is deceiving: a comment on Kelley and Kelley. Behavioral Ecology 25(3): 466-467
Garamszegi, L.Z. 2014: Female peak testosterone levels in birds tell an evolutionary story: a comment on Goymann and Wingfield. Behavioral Ecology 25(4): 700-701
Candolin, U. 2014: The complexity of fish communication in human-disturbed environments: a comment on Radford et al. Behavioral Ecology 25(5): 1031-1032
Ramos-Fernandez, G.; Boyer, D. 2014: Complex behavior can also emerge from simple linear interactions: comment on Bradbury and Vehrencamp. Behavioral Ecology 25(4): e1015-e1016
Groothuis, T.G.G.; de Jong, B.; Muller, M. 2014: In search for a theory of testosterone in female birds: a comment on Goymann and Wingfield. Behavioral Ecology 25(4): 702-704
Brumm, H. 2014: Fish struggle to be heard--but just how much fin waving is there? A comment on Radford et al. Behavioral Ecology 25(5): 1033-1034
Barrett, L. 2014: What counts as (non) cognitive? A comment on Rowe and Healy. Behavioral Ecology 25(6): 1293-1294
Thornton, A. 2014: How and why are some species so smart? A comment on Rowe and Healy. Behavioral Ecology 25(6): 1294-1295
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Kolm, N. 2014: Measuring variation in cognition can be done, but it requires hard empirical work: a comment on Rowe and Healy. Behavioral Ecology 25(6): 1296-1297
McEntee, J.P. 2014: Reciprocal territorial responses of parapatric African sunbirds: species-level asymmetry and intraspecific geographic variation. Behavioral Ecology 25(6): 1380-1394
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Ducheminsky, N.; Henzi, S.P.; Barrett, L. 2014: Responses of vervet monkeys in large troops to terrestrial and aerial predator alarm calls. Behavioral Ecology 25(6): 1474-1484
Zamora-Camacho, F.J.; Reguera, S.; Rubino-Hispan, M.V.; Moreno-Rueda, G. 2015: Eliciting an immune response reduces sprint speed in a lizard. Behavioral Ecology 26(1): 115-120
Louder, M.I.M.; Schelsky, W.M.; Benson, T.J.; Hoover, J.P. 2015: Brown-headed cowbirds exploit a host's compensatory behavioral response to fecundity reduction. Behavioral Ecology 26(1): 255-261
Bailey, N.W.; Ly, T. 2015: Embracing the chaos of behavioral proteomics: a comment on Valcu and Kempenaers. Behavioral Ecology 26(1): 18-19
Yang, C.; Wang, L.; Cheng, S.-J.; Hsu, Y.-C.; Stokke, B.G.; Roskaft, E.; Moksnes, A.; Liang, W.; Moller, A.P. 2015: Deficiency in egg rejection in a host species as a response to the absence of brood parasitism. Behavioral Ecology 26(2): 406-415
Tranter, C.; LeFevre, L.; Evison, S.E.F.; Hughes, W.O.H. 2015: Threat detection: contextual recognition and response to parasites by ants. Behavioral Ecology 26(2): 396-405
Otti, O.; Johnston, P.R.; Horsburgh, G.J.; Galindo, J.; Reinhardt, K. 2015: Female transcriptomic response to male genetic and nongenetic ejaculate variation. Behavioral Ecology 26(3): 681-688
Ryan, M.J.; Taylor, R.C. 2015: Measures of mate choice: a comment on Dougherty & Shuker. Behavioral Ecology 26(2): 323-324
Chenoweth, S.F.; Gosden, T.P. 2015: Variation and selection on preference functions: a comment on Edward. Behavioral Ecology 26(2): 322-323
Szymkowiak, J.; Kuczy ski, L. 2015: Avoiding predators in a fluctuating environment: responses of the wood warbler to pulsed resources. Behavioral Ecology 26(2): 601-608
Fitzpatrick, C.L.; Servedio, M.R. 2015: The multiple components of mate choice: a comment on Edward and Dougherty & Shuker. Behavioral Ecology 26(2): 321-322
Kokko, H.; Jennions, M.D. 2015: Describing mate choice in a biased world: comments on Edward and Dougherty & Shuker. Behavioral Ecology 26(2): 320-321
Tarjuelo, R.; Barja, I.; Morales, M.B.; Traba, J.; Benitez-Lopez, A.; Casas, F.; Arroyo, B.; Delgado, M.P.; Mougeot, F. 2015: Effects of human activity on physiological and behavioral responses of an endangered steppe bird. Behavioral Ecology 26(3): 828-838
Burns, L.E.; Broders, H.G. 2015: Who swarms with whom? Group dynamics of Myotis bats during autumn swarming. Behavioral Ecology 26(3): 866-876
Sol, D.; Maspons, J. 2015: Integrating behavior into life-history theory: a comment on Wong and Candolin. Behavioral Ecology 26(3): 677-678
Reid, J.M. 2015: What can we really say about relatedness and extrapair paternity: a comment on Arct et al. Behavioral Ecology 26(4): 969-970
Griffith, S.C. 2015: Genetic similarity is broadly associated with genetic polyandry in birds: a comment on Arct et al. Behavioral Ecology 26(4): 970-971
Slabbekoorn, H. 2015: Human-altered environments provide societal relevance and opportunities for outreach but also bring about a risk of populism: a comment on Wong and Candolin. Behavioral Ecology 26(3): 678-679
Nakagawa, S.; Schroeder, J.; Burke, T. 2015: Sugar-free extrapair mating: a comment on Arct et al. Behavioral Ecology 26(4): 971-972
Forstmeier, W. 2015: Caution is needed when 90% of all possible estimates remain unpublished: a comment on Arct et al. Behavioral Ecology 26(4): 972-973
Smith, L.A.; Webster, M.M. 2015: Gammarus pulex show a grouping response to conspecific injury cues but not to predator kairomones. Behavioral Ecology 26(4): 1188-1195
Dixson, A. 2015: Human sexuality and the menstrual cycle: comment on Havliek et al. Behavioral Ecology 26(5): 1261.1-1261
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Roney, J.R.; Lukaszewski, A.W.; Simmons, Z.L.; Eisenbruch, A.B.; Grillot, R.L. 2015: A between-women account of cycle-phase shifts is probably wrong: comment on Havliek et al. Behavioral Ecology 26(5): 1264-1265
Gangestad, S.W.; Grebe, N.M. 2015: Are within-cycle variations in womens sexual interests mere by-products? A comment on Havliek et al. Behavioral Ecology 26(5): 1262-1263
Haselton, M.G. 2015: A new (or truly parsimonious) perspective? A comment on Havliek et al. Behavioral Ecology 26(5): 1263-1264
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Lehmann, J.; Majolo, B.; McFarland, R. 2016: The effects of social network position on the survival of wild Barbary macaques, Macaca sylvanus. Behavioral Ecology 27(1): 20-28
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Sturm, G.; Finotello, F.; Petitprez, F.; Zhang, J.D.; Baumbach, J.; Fridman, W.H.; List, M.; Aneichyk, T. 2019: Comprehensive evaluation of transcriptome-based cell-type quantification methods for immuno-oncology. Bioinformatics 35(14): i436-i445
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Mukherjee, S.; Perumal, T.M.; Daily, K.; Sieberts, S.K.; Omberg, L.; Preuss, C.; Carter, G.W.; Mangravite, L.M.; Logsdon, B.A. 2019: Identifying and ranking potential driver genes of Alzheimers disease using multiview evidence aggregation. Bioinformatics 35(14): i568-i576
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Yin, B.; Balvert, M.; van der Spek, R.A.A.; Dutilh, B.E.; Bohté, S.; Veldink, J.; Schönhuth, A. 2019: Using the structure of genome data in the design of deep neural networks for predicting amyotrophic lateral sclerosis from genotype. Bioinformatics 35(14): i538-i547
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Mourragui, S.; Loog, M.; van de Wiel, M.A.; Reinders, M.J.T.; Wessels, L.F.A. 2019: Precise: a domain adaptation approach to transfer predictors of drug response from pre-clinical models to tumors. Bioinformatics 35(14): i510-i519
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Tagirdzhanov, A.M.; Shlemov, A.; Gurevich, A. 2019: Nps: scoring and evaluating the statistical significance of peptidic natural productspectrum matches. Bioinformatics 35(14): i315-i323
Huang, L.; Zhang, H.; Deng, D.; Zhao, K.; Liu, K.; Hendrix, D.A.; Mathews, D.H. 2019: Linear Fold: linear-time approximate Rna folding by 5'-to-3' dynamic programming and beam search. Bioinformatics 35(14): i295-i304
Gao, Y.; Liu, B.; Wang, Y.; Xing, Y. 2019: Tide Hunter: efficient and sensitive tandem repeat detection from noisy long-reads using seed-and-chain. Bioinformatics 35(14): i200-i207
Hennig, A.; Nieselt, K. 2019: Efficient merging of genome profile alignments. Bioinformatics 35(14): i71-i80
Marguet, A.; Lavielle, M.; Cinquemani, E. 2019: Inheritance and variability of kinetic gene expression parameters in microbial cells: modeling and inference from lineage tree data. Bioinformatics 35(14): i586-i595
Skums, P.; Tsyvina, V.; Zelikovsky, A. 2019: Inference of clonal selection in cancer populations using single-cell sequencing data. Bioinformatics 35(14): i398-i407
Miraskarshahi, R.; Zabeti, H.; Stephen, T.; Chindelevitch, L. 2019: Mcs2: minimal coordinated supports for fast enumeration of minimal cut sets in metabolic networks. Bioinformatics 35(14): i615-i623
Sayyari, E.; Kawas, B.; Mirarab, S. 2019: Tada: phylogenetic augmentation of microbiome samples enhances phenotype classification. Bioinformatics 35(14): i31-i40
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Carapelli, A.; Convey, P.; Frati, F.; Spinsanti, G.; Fanciulli, P.P. 2017: Population genetics of three sympatric springtail species (Hexapoda: Collembola) from the South Shetland Islands: evidence for a common biogeographic pattern. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120(4): 788-803
Yom-Tov, E.; Yom-Tov, Y.; Yom-Tov, S.; Andersen, M.; Rosenfeld, D.; Devasthale, A.; Geffen, E. 2017: The complex effects of geography, ambient temperature, and North Atlantic Oscillation on the body size of Arctic hares in Greenland. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 120(4): 909-918
Smithers, S.P.; Wilson, A.; Stevens, M. 2017: Rock pool gobies change their body pattern in response to background features. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121(1): 109-121
Griffin, R.H.; Yapuncich, G.S. 2017: A critical comment on the multiple variance Brownian motion model of Smaers et al. (2016). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121(1): 223-228
Steane, D.A.; Mclean, E.H.; Potts, B.M.; Prober, S.M.; Stock, W.D.; Stylianou, V.M.; Vaillancourt, R.E.; Byrne, M. 2017: Evidence for adaptation and acclimation in a widespread eucalypt of semi-arid Australia. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121(3): 484-500
Sagebakken, G.; Kvarnemo, C.; Ahnesjö, I. 2017: Nutritional state a survival kit for brooding pipefish fathers. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121(2): 312-318
While, G.M.; Uller, T. 2017: Female reproductive investment in response to male phenotype in wall lizards and its implications for introgression. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121(4): 876-882
Uit de Weerd, D.R.; Fernández Velázquez, A. 2017: Pinning down Tenuistemma (Pulmonata: Urocoptidae): local evolution of an extreme shell type. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121(4): 741-752
Silva, T.L.; Vale, C.G.; Godinho, R.; Fellous, A.; Hingrat, Y.; Alves, P.C.; Abáigar, T.; Brito, J.C. 2017: Ecotypes and evolutionary significant units in endangered North African gazelles. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 122(2): 286-300
Sei, M.; Robinson, D.G.; Geneva, A.J.; Rosenberg, G. 2017: Doubled helix: Sagdoidea is the overlooked sister group of Helicoidea (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Pulmonata). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 122(4): 697-728
Freymiller, G.A.; Whitford, M.D.; Higham, T.E.; Clark, R.W. 2017: Recent interactions with snakes enhance escape performance of desert kangaroo rats (Rodentia: Heteromyidae) during simulated attacks. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 122(3): 651-660
Alemu, T.; Alemneh, T.; Pertoldi, C.; Ambelu, A.; Bahrndorff, S. 2017: Costs and benefits of heat and cold hardening in a soil arthropod. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 122(4): 765-773
Greenfield, M.D.; Marin-Cudraz, T.; Party, V. 2017: Evolution of synchronies in insect choruses. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 122(3): 487-504
Wiklund, C.; Norén, K.; Ryman, N.; Friberg, M. 2018: Local monophagy and between-site diversity in host use in the European swallowtail butterfly, Papilio machaon. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 123(1): 179-190
Liyanage, G.S.; Ooi, M.K.J. 2018: Seed size-mediated dormancy thresholds: a case for the selective pressure of fire on physically dormant species. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 123(1): 135-143
Nadal, J.; Ponz, C.; Margalida, A. 2018: Feathers for escape: the transition from juvenile to adult in red-legged partridges (Alectoris rufa). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 123(1): 72-80
Dohner, M.; Phillips, N.E.; Ritchie, P.A. 2018: Fine-scale genetic structure across a New Zealand disjunction for the direct-developing intertidal whelk Cominella maculosa (Gastropoda: Buccinidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 123(3): 593-602
Baird, T.A. 2018: Live fast and prosper: early territory defence is not costly in male collared lizards (Crotaphytus collaris). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 123(3): 628-635
Forsdyke, D.R. 2018: The chromosomal basis of species initiation: Prdm9 as an anti-speciation gene. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124(2): 139-150
Wallén, J.; Statham, M.J.; Ågren, E.; Isomursu, M.; Flagstad, .; Bjørneboe-Berg, T.; Sacks, B.N.; Norén, K. 2018: Multiple recolonization routes towards the north: population history of the Fennoscandian red fox (Vulpes vulpes). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124(4): 621-632
Bounas, A.; Tsaparis, D.; Efrat, R.; Gradev, G.; Gustin, M.; Mikulic, K.; Rodríguez, A.; Sarà, M.; Kotoulas, G.; Sotiropoulos, K. 2018: Genetic structure of a patchily distributed philopatric migrant: implications for management and conservation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124(4): 633-644
Tougeron, K.; van Baaren, J.; Llopis, S.; Ridel, A.; Doyon, J.; Brodeur, J.; LeLann, C. 2018: Disentangling plasticity from local adaptation in diapause expression in parasitoid wasps from contrasting thermal environments: a reciprocal translocation experiment. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124(4): 756-764
Dreyer, N.; Sørensen, S.; Yusa, Y.; Sawada, K.; Nash, D.R.; Svennevig, N.; Høeg, J.T. 2018: Sex allocation and maintenance of androdioecy in the pedunculated barnacle Scalpellum scalpellum (Crustacea: Cirripedia: Thoracica). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124(4): 776-788
Chiozzi, G.; Stiassny, M.L.J.; de Marchi, G.; Lamboj, A.; Fasola, M.; Fruciano, C. 2018: A diversified kettle of fish: phenotypic variation in the endemic cichlid genus Danakilia of the Danakil Depression of northeastern Africa. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124(4): 690-705
Génin, F.; Rambeloarivony, H. 2018: Mouse lemurs (Primates: Cheirogaleidae) cultivate green fruit gardens. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124(4): 607-620
Weldon, P.J. 2018: Are we chemically aposematic? Revisiting L. S. B. Leakeys hypothesis on human body odour. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(2): 221-228
Grishkan, I.; Wakamatsu, K.; Perl, T.; Li, K.; Nevo, E. 2018: Adaptive response of a soil fungus, Aspergillus niger , to changed environmental conditions in a soil transplant experiment at Evolution Canyon I, Mount Carmel, Israel. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4): 821-826
Kubiak, B.B.; Maestri, R.; de Almeida, T.S.; Borges, L.R.; Galiano, D.; Fornel, R.; de Freitas, T.R.O. 2018: Evolution in action: soil hardness influences morphology in a subterranean rodent (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4): 766-776
Stuart, K.C.; Shine, R.; Brown, G.P. 2019: Proximate mechanisms underlying the rapid modification of phenotypic traits in cane toads ( Rhinella marina ) across their invasive range within Australia. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 68-79
Parsche, S.; Lattorff, H.M.G. 2018: The relative contributions of host density and genetic diversity on prevalence of a multi-host parasite in bumblebees. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4): 900-910
Raška, J.; Pekár, S. 2019: Do ladybird spiders really mimic ladybird beetles?. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 168-177
Stark, G.; Tamar, K.; Itescu, Y.; Feldman, A.; Meiri, S. 2018: Cold and isolated ectotherms: drivers of reptilian longevity. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4): 730-740
Bannikova, A.; Lebedev, V.; Dubrovskaya, A.; Solovyeva, E.; Moskalenko, V.; Kryštufek, B.; Hutterer, R.; Bykova, E.; Zhumabekova, B.; Rogovin, K.; Shenbrot, G. 2019: Genetic evidence for several cryptic species within the Scarturus elater species complex (Rodentia: Dipodoidea): when cryptic species are really cryptic. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 16-39
Zamora-Camacho, F.J.; García-Astilleros, J.; Aragón, P. 2018: Does predation risk outweigh the costs of lost feeding opportunities or does it generate a behavioural trade-off? A case study with Iberian ribbed newt larvae. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4): 741-749
Venkatraman, M.X.; Deraad, D.A.; Tsai, W.L.E.; Zarza, E.; Zellmer, A.J.; Maley, J.M.; Mccormack, J.E. 2019: Cloudy with a chance of speciation: integrative taxonomy reveals extraordinary divergence within a Mesoamerican cloud forest bird. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 1-15
Battistella, T.; Cerezer, F.; Bubadué, J.; Melo, G.; Graipel, M.; Cáceres, N. 2019: Litter size variation in didelphid marsupials: evidence of phylogenetic constraints and adaptation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 40-54
Biddick, M.; Hutton, I.; Burns, K.C. 2019: Independent evolution of allometric traits: a test of the allometric constraint hypothesis in island vines. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 203-211
Fumi, M.; Friberg, M. 2019: Consistent seasonal polyphenism in male genitalia of three Leptidea butterfly species (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 80-94
Després, L.; Henniaux, C.; Rioux, D.; Capblancq, T.; Zupan, S.; čelik, T.; Sielezniew, M.; Bonato, L.; Ficetola, G.F. 2019: Inferring the biogeography and demographic history of an endangered butterfly in Europe from multilocus markers. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 95-113
Galván, I. 2018: Physiological compartmentalization as a possible cause of phylogenetic signal loss: an example involving melanin-based pigmentation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4): 760-765
Santos, A.T.F.; Leal, L.C. 2019: My plant, my rules: bodyguard ants of plants with extrafloral nectaries affect patterns of pollinator visits but not pollination success. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 158-167
Mlynarek, J.J.; Heard, S.B. 2018: Strong and complex host- and habitat-associated genetic differentiation in an apparently polyphagous leaf mining insect. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4): 885-899
Toussaint, E.F.A.; Turlin, B.; Balke, M. 2019: Biogeographical, molecular and morphological evidence unveils cryptic diversity in the Oriental black rajah Charaxes solon (Fabricius, 1793) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Charaxinae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 114-130
McCambridge, J.E.; Painting, C.J.; Walker, L.A.; Holwell, G.I. 2019: Weapon allometry and phenotypic correlation in the New Zealand sheetweb spider Cambridgea plagiata. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(2): 349-359
Inchaussandague, M.; Skigin, D.; Dolinko, A.; Tellería, M.C.; Barreda, V.; Palazzesi, L. 2018: Spines, microspines and electric fields: a new look at the possible significance of sculpture in pollen of basal and derived Asteraceae. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4): 794-801
Markova, E.; Smirnov, N. 2018: Phenotypic diversity arising from a limited number of founders: a study of dental variation in laboratory colonies of collared lemmings, Dicrostonyx (Rodentia: Arvicolinae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4): 777-793
Santos, X.; Sillero, N.; Poitevin, F.; Cheylan, M. 2019: Realized niche modelling uncovers contrasting responses to fire according to species-specific biogeographical affinities of amphibian and reptile species. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 55-67
Walton, K.; Marshall, B.A.; Phillips, N.E.; Verry, A.J.F.; Ritchie, P.A. 2019: Phylogeography of the New Zealand whelks Cominella maculosa and C. virgata (Gastropoda: Neogastropoda: Buccinoidea: Buccinidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 178-202
Foucault, Q.; Wieser, A.; Heumann-Kiesler, C.; Diogo, J.; Cocchiararo, B.; Nowak, C.; Waldvogel, A.-M.; Pfenninger, M. 2019: An experimental assessment of reproductive isolation and its consequences for seasonal hybridization dynamics. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(2): 327-337
Methling, C.; Douda, K.; Liu, H.; Rouchet, R.; Bartáková, V.; Yu, D.; Smith, C.; Reichard, M. 2018: Energetic costs in the relationship between bitterling and mussels in East Asia. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4): 750-759
Dapporto, L.; Hardy, P.B.; Dennis, R.L.H. 2019: Evidence for adaptive constraints on size of marginal wing spots in the grayling butterfly, Hipparchia semele. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(1): 131-145
Hinojosa, J.C.; Monasterio, Y.; Escobés, R.; Dincă, V.; Vila, R. 2019: Erebia epiphron and Erebia orientalis : sibling butterfly species with contrasting histories. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(2): 338-348
Manuzzi, A.; Zane, L.; Muñoz-Merida, A.; Griffiths, A.M.; Veríssimo, A. 2019: Population genomics and phylogeography of a benthic coastal shark ( Scyliorhinus canicula ) using 2b-Rad single nucleotide polymorphisms. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(2): 289-303
Beasley-Hall, P.G.; Chui, J.; Arab, D.A.; Lo, N. 2019: Evidence for a complex evolutionary history of mound building in the Australian nasute termites (Nasutitermitinae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(2): 304-314
Pap, P.L.; Vincze, O.; Vágási, C.I.; Salamon, Z.; Pándi, A.; Bálint, B.; Nord, A.; Nudds, R.L.; Osváth, G. 2019: Vane macrostructure of primary feathers and its adaptations to flight in birds. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(2): 256-267
Churchill, M.; Miguel, J.; Beatty, B.L.; Goswami, A.; Geisler, J.H. 2019: Asymmetry drives modularity of the skull in the common dolphin ( Delphinus delphis ). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(2): 225-239
Galatius, A.; Olsen, M.T.; Steeman, M.E.; Racicot, R.A.; Bradshaw, C.D.; Kyhn, L.A.; Miller, L.A. 2019: Raising your voice: evolution of narrow-band high-frequency signals in toothed whales (Odontoceti). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126(2): 213-224
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