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Temperature dependence of fish performance in the wild: Links with species biogeography and physiological thermal tolerance. Functional Ecology
Payne NL, Smith JA, van der Meulen DE, Taylor MD, Watanabe YY, Takahashi A, Marzullo TA, Gray CA, Cadiou G, Suthers IM 2016

Genotypic richness predicts phenotypic variation in an endangered clonal plant. PeerJ Feb 18;4:e1633

Evans SM, Sinclair EA, Poore AGB, Bain KF, Vergés A 2016

Systematic revision and phylogeny of the plant bug tribe Monaloniini (Insecta: Heteroptera: Miridae: Bryocorinae) of the world. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 176(1):36-136

Namyatova AA, Cassis G 2016

Does litter decomposition vary between the foraging pits of two soil-disturbing mammal species? Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 41(5):669-676

Travers SK, Eldridge DJ 2016

Plasticity in social communication and its implications for the colonization of novel habitats. BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY 27(1):341-351 (11 pages)

Ord TJ, Charles GK, Palmer M, Stamps JA 2016

Bat communities respond positively to large-scale thinning of forest regrowth. Journal of Applied Ecology

Blakey RV, Law BS, Kingsford RT, Stoklosa J, Tap P, Williamson K 2016

The effect of dietary restriction on reproduction: a meta-analytic perspective. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 16: 199

Moatt, J.P., Nakagawa, S., Lagisz, M. & Walling, C. A. 2016

Sexual conflict and gender gap effects: Associations between social context and sex on rated attractiveness and economic status. PLoS ONE 11(1).

Gouda-Vossos, A., B. J. Dixson and R. C. Brooks 2016

Long-term empirical evidence of ocean warming leading to tropicalization of fish communities, increased herbivory, and loss of kelp. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113(48): 13791-13796.

Vergés, A., C. Doropoulos, H. A. Malcolm, M. Skye, M. Garcia-Pizá, E. M. Marzinelli, A. H. Campbell, E. Ballesteros, A. S. Hoey, A. Vila-Concejo, Y. M. Bozec and P. D. Steinberg 2016

Strong but diverging clonality - Climate relationships of different plant clades explain weak overall pattern across China. Scientific Reports 6

Ye D, Liu G, Song YB, Cornwell WK, Dong M, Cornelissen JHC 2016

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