14 articles in this issue
Garrett B. Johnson, Brett M. Taylor, William D. Robbins, Erik C. Franklin, Rob Toonen, Brian Bowen and J. Howard Choat
The structure and dynamics of coral reef environments vary across a range of spatial scales, with patterns of associated faunal assemblages often reflecting this variability. However, delineating drivers of biological variability in such complex environme...
Neftalí Sillero, Katja Poboljšaj, Aleksandra Lešnik and Ali Šalamun
Roads exert multiple effects on wildlife, from animal mortality, habitat and population fragmentation, to modification of animal reproductive behaviour. Amphibians are the most frequently road-killed animal group. Many studies have attempted to analyse th...
Erich R. Eberts, Morag F. Dick and Kenneth C. Welch, Jr.
Carina Carneiro de Melo Moura, Hans-Valentin Bastian, Anita Bastian, Erjia Wang, Xiaojuan Wang and Michael Wink
John A. Commito, Brittany R. Jones, Mitchell A. Jones, Sondra E. Winders and Serena Como
Nora H. Oleas, Kenneth J. Feeley, Javier Fajardo, Alan W. Meerow, Jennifer Gebelein and Javier Francisco-Ortega
John P. Whiteman, Emma A. Elliott Smith, Alexi C. Besser and Seth D. Newsome
The measurement of stable isotopes in ‘bulk’ animal and plant tissues (e.g., muscle or leaf) has become an important tool for studies of functional diversity from organismal to continental scales. In consumers, isotope values reflect their die...
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Zachary J. Cannizzo, Sara K. Nix, Isabel C. Whaling and Blaine D. Griffen
Chiara Manfrin, Catherine Souty-Grosset, Pedro M. Anastácio, Julian Reynolds and Piero G. Giulianini
Invasive alien species are widespread in freshwater systems compared to terrestrial ecosystems. Among crustaceans, crayfish in particular have been widely introduced and are considered a major threat to freshwater ecosystem functioning. New emerging techn...
M. Lourdes Chamorro
Joshua Mouser, David C. Ashley, Tom Aley and Shannon K. Brewer
Rachel Collin, Dagoberto E. Venera-Pontón, Amy C. Driskell, Kenneth S. Macdonald III and Michael J. Boyle
Dave J. Clarke, Ajay Limaye, Duane D. McKenna and Rolf G. Oberprieler
Only a few weevils have been described from Burmese amber, and although most have been misclassified, they show unusual and specialised characters unknown in extant weevils. In this paper, we present the results of a study of a much larger and more divers...