JOURNAL OF ANIMAL ECOLOGY  
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20 artículos asociados 
Volumen 76 Número 3 Parte 0 Año 2007

Role of larval host plants in the climate-driven range expansion of the butterfly Polygonia c-album
BRIGITTE BRASCHLER and JANE K. HILL
Pág. 415 - 423  

Regional climate modulates the canopy mosaic of favourable and risky microclimates for insects
SYLVAIN PINCEBOURDE, HERVE SINOQUET, DIDIER COMBES and JEROME CASAS
Pág. 424 - 438  

Ontogenetic colour change and the evolution of aposematism: a case study in panic moth caterpillars
JACQUALINE B. GRANT
Pág. 439 - 447  

Evaluation of reproductive costs for Weddell seals in Erebus Bay, Antarctica
GILLIAN L. HADLEY, JAY J. ROTELLA and ROBERT A. GARROTT
Pág. 448 - 458  

Age-specific variation in reproduction is largely explained by the timing of territory establishment in the New Zealand stitchbird Notiomystis cincta
MATTHEW LOW, TOMAS PÄRT and PÄR FORSLUND
Pág. 459 - 470  

Effects of breeding success, mate fidelity and senescence on breeding dispersal of male and female blue-footed boobies
SIN-YEON KIM, ROXANA TORRES, CRISTINA RODRÍGUEZ and HUGH DRUMMOND
Pág. 471 - 479  

Inferring population trends for the world's largest fish from mark¿recapture estimates of survival
COREY J. A. BRADSHAW, HENRY F. MOLLET and MARK G. MEEKAN
Pág. 480 - 489  

Sex differences in grey seal diet reflect seasonal variation in foraging behaviour and reproductive expenditure: evidence from quantitative fatty acid signature analysis
CARRIE A. BECK, SARA J. IVERSON, W. DON BOWEN and WADE BLANCHARD
Pág. 490 - 502  

Shorebird predation of horseshoe crab eggs in Delaware Bay: species contrasts and availability constraints
S. GILLINGS, P. W. ATKINSON, S. L. BARDSLEY, N. A. CLARK, S. E. LOVE, R. A. ROBINSON, R. A. STILLMAN and R. G. WEBER
Pág. 503 - 514  

Agriculture, fertilizers and life history of a coastal seabird
A. P. MØLLER, E. FLENSTED-JENSEN and W. MARDAL
Pág. 515 - 525  

Significance of diet type and diet quality for ecological diversity of African ungulates
DARYL CODRON, JULIA A. LEE-THORP, MATT SPONHEIMER, JACQUI CODRON, DARRYL DE RUITER and JAMES S. BRINK
Pág. 526 - 537  

The influence of trophic status and large-scale climatic change on the structure of fish communities in Perialpine lakes
FRANÇOIS MASSOL*, PATRICE DAVID*, DANIEL GERDEAUX and PHILIPPE JARNE*
Pág. 538 - 551  

Intra- and interspecific density-dependent dispersal in an aquatic prey¿predator system
CELINE HAUZY, FLORENCE D. HULOT, AUDREY GINS and MICHEL LOREAU
Pág. 552 - 558  

Body size, competitive interactions, and the local distribution of Triturus newts
JOSH VAN BUSKIRK
Pág. 559 - 567  

Changes in landscape composition influence the decline of a threatened woodland caribou population
HEIKO U. WITTMER, BRUCE N. MCLELLAN, ROBERT SERROUYA and CLAYTON D. APPS
Pág. 568 - 579  

Army ants in four forests: geographic variation in raid rates and species composition
SEAN O'DONNELL, JOHN LATTKE, SCOTT POWELL and MICHAEL KASPARI
Pág. 580 - 589  

Smaller colonies and more solitary living mark higher elevation populations of a social spider
JESSICA PURCELL and LETICIA AVILÉS
Pág. 590 - 597  

Species interactions and population density mediate the use of social cues for habitat selection
ROBERT J. FLETCHER, JR
Pág. 598 - 606  

Structure and dynamics of an amphibian metacommunity in two regions
ALEX RICHTER-BOIX, GUSTAVO A. LLORENTE and ALBERT MONTORI1
Pág. 607 - 618  

Predation as a landscape effect: the trading off by prey species between predation risks and protection benefits
M. MÖNKKÖNEN, M. HUSBY, R. TORNBERG, P. HELLE and R. L. THOMSON
Pág. 619 - 629