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2016. Samnegård, Ulrika, Hambäck, Peter A., Lemessa, Debissa, Nemomissa, Sileshi, and Hylander, Kristoffer. The expansion of pollinator-dependent crops, especially in the developing world, together with reports of worldwide pollinator declines, raises con... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Lund University, Stockholm University, and Addis Ababa University.
2015. While, Geoffrey M., Williamson, Joseph, Prescott, Graham, Horváthová, Terézia, Fresnillo, Belén, Beeton, Nicholas J., Halliwell, Ben, Michaelides, Sozos, Uller, Tobias, Beeton, N. J., Halliwell, B., While, G. M., Prescott, G., Horvathova, T., Michaelides, S., Uller, T., Williamson, J., and Fresnillo, B. Successful establishment and range expansion of non-native species often require rapid accommodation of novel environments. Here, we use common-gar... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford, University of Tasmania, University of Cambridge, and University of Alcalá.
2014. Gress, Brian E., Waltzer, Ryan J., Lüpold, Stefan, Droge-Young, Elizabeth M., Manier, Mollie K., Pitnick, Scott, Manier, M. K., Droge-Young, E. M., Gress, B. E., Lupold, S., Pitnick, S., and Waltzer, R. J. Recent work suggests the yellow dung fly mating system may include alternative patroller-competitor mating tactics in which large males compete for... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Syracuse University and George Washington University.
2017. Malé, Pierre-Jean G., Turner, Kyle M., Doha, Manjima, Anreiter, Ina, Allen, Aaron M., Sokolowski, Marla B., and Frederickson, Megan E. In plant–animal mutualisms, how an animal forages often determines how much benefit its plant partner receives. In many animals, foraging behaviour... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Toronto.
2016. Katayama, Noboru, Makoto, Kobayashi, and Kishida, Osamu. Conventional food-web theory assumes that nutrients from dissolved organic matter are transferred to aquatic vertebrates via long nutrient pathways... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Kyoto University and Hokkaido University.
2012. Smith, Julie W., Sjoberg, Stephanie M., Mueller, Matthew C., Benkman, Craig W., Benkman, C. W., Mueller, M. C., Sjoberg, S. M., and Smith, J. W. How reproductive isolation is related to divergent natural selection is a central question in speciation. Here we focus on several ecologically spe... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. Pacific Lutheran University and University of Wyoming.