1. Data from: A quantitative test of the predicted relationship between countershading and lighting environment.
2019. Allen, William Laurence, Baddeley, Roland, Cuthill, Innes, and Scott-Samuel, Nicholas E. Countershading, a vertical luminance gradient from a dark back to a light belly, is perhaps the most common coloration phenotype in the animal king... The American Naturalist.
2. Data from: Adaptive differences in circadian clock gene expression patterns and photoperiodic diapause induction in Nasonia vitripennis
2019. Dalla Benetta, Elena, Beukeboom, Leo W., and van de Zande, Louis. Day length (photoperiod) and temperature oscillate daily and seasonally and are important cues for season-dependent behaviour. Larval diapause of t... The American Naturalist.
3. Data from: Adaptive radiation and ecological opportunity in Sulawesi and Philippine fanged frog (Limnonectes) communities.
2019. Setiadi, Mohammad Iqbal, McGuire, Jimmy A, Brown, Rafe M, Zubairi, Mohammad, Iskandar, Djoko T, Andayani, Noviar, Supriatna, Jatna, and Evans, Ben J. Because island communities are derived from the mainland, they are often less diverse by comparison. However, reduced complexity of island communi... The American Naturalist.
4. Data from: Age-dependent modulation of songbird summer feather molt by temporal and functional constraints
2019. Kiat, Yosef and Sapir, Nir. Time constraints influence various ecological, life-history, and demographic properties of individuals and populations of many species throughout t... The American Naturalist.
5. Data from: Antagonistic coevolution accelerates the evolution of reproductive isolation in Tribolium castaneum
2019. Berenos, Camillo, Schmid-Hempel, Paul, and Wegner, K. Mathias. The evolution of reproductive isolation among populations is often the result of selective forces. Among those, parasites exert strong selection on... The American Naturalist.
2019. Armbruster, W. Scott, Gong, Yan-Bing, and Huang, Shuang-Quan. Using pollination-syndrome parameters and pollinator correlations with floral phenotype from the neotropics, we predicted that Dalechampia bidentat... The American Naturalist.
7. Data from: Are species' range limits simply niche limits writ large? A review of transplant experiments beyond the range
2019. Hargreaves, Anna L., Samis, Karen E., and Eckert, Christopher G. Many species’ range limits (RL) occur across continuous environmental gradients without obvious barriers imposing them. Such RL are expected to ref... The American Naturalist.
8. Data from: Artificial selection reveals high genetic variation in phenology at the trailing edge of a species range
2019. Sheth, Seema Nayan and Angert, Amy Lauren. Species' responses to climate change depend on the interplay of migration and adaptation, yet we know relatively little about the potential for ada... The American Naturalist.
2019. Wüest, Rafael Otmar, Antonelli, Alexandre, Zimmermann, Niklaus E., and Linder, H. Peter. Climate is a main predictor of biodiversity on a global scale, yet how climate availability affects niche evolution remains poorly explored. Here w... The American Naturalist.
10. Data from: Biotic interactions contribute to the geographic range limit of an annual plant: herbivory and phenology mediate fitness beyond a range margin
2019. Benning, John William, Eckhart, Vincent M, Geber, Monica A, and Moeller, David A. Species’ geographic distributions have already shifted during the Anthropocene. However, we often do not know what aspects of the environment drive... The American Naturalist.