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2019. Scharf, Inon, Modlmeier, Andreas P., Beros, Sara, and Foitzik, Susanne. Parasites decrease host fitness and can induce changes in host behavior, morphology, and physiology. When parasites exploit social insects, they in... The American Naturalist.
2019. Hegemann, Arne, Marra, Peter P., and Tieleman, B. Irene. Many animal species have populations in which some individuals migrate and others remain on the breeding grounds. This phenomenon is called partial... The American Naturalist.
2019. Bonier, Frances, Eikenaar, Cas, Martin, Paul R., and Moore, Ignacio T. Mating systems can vary among species and populations and thus influence evolutionary trajectories, ecological traits, and population demography. T... The American Naturalist.
2019. Lacey, Elizabeth P., Lovin, Mary E., Richter, Scott J., and Herington, Dean A. Adaptive phenotypic plasticity in thermally sensitive traits, that is, thermal acclimation, generally increases with increasing latitude and altitu... The American Naturalist.
2019. Svensson, Erik I., Gomez-Llano, Miguel A., Torres, Anais Rivas, and Bensch, Hanna M. The coexistence of ecologically similar species might be counteracted by ecological drift and demographic stochasticity, both of which erode local ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Bots, Jessica, Iserbyt, Arne, Van Gossum, Hans, Hammers, Martijn, and Sherratt, Thomas N. Species showing color polymorphisms—the presence of two or more genetically determined color morphs within a single population—are excellent system... The American Naturalist.
2019. Hanley, Daniel, Gern, Karel, Hauber, Mark E., and Grim, Tomáš. Despite extensive research on the sensory and cognitive processes of host rejection of avian brood parasites’ eggs, the underlying perceptual and c... The American Naturalist.
2019. Lok, Tamar, Overdijk, Otto, and Piersma, Theunis. When populations grow or decline, habitat selection may change due to local density-dependent processes, such as site dependence and interference. ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Montesinos, Daniel, Santiago, Gilberto, and Callaway, Ragan M. Over the last three centuries many species have been dispersed beyond their natural geographic limits by humans, but to our knowledge reproductive ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Parris, Kirsten M. and McCarthy, Michael A. Urbanization changes the physical environment of non-human species, but also markedly changes their acoustic environment. Urban noise interferes wi... The American Naturalist.