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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.
2019. Tamburello, Natascia, Côté, Isabelle M., and Dulvy, Nicholas K. Daily animal movements are usually limited to a discrete home range area that scales allometrically with body size, suggesting that home-range size... The American Naturalist.
2019. Tingley, Reid, Phillips, Benjamin L, Shine, Richard, Tingley, Reid, Phillips, Benjamin L, and Shine, Richard. Darwin's naturalization hypothesis predicts that the success of alien invaders will decrease with increasing taxonomic similarity to the native com... The American Naturalist.
2019. Irlich, Ulrike, Terblanche, John S., Blackburn, Tim M., and Chown, Steven L. Much of the recent discussion concerning the form and underlying mechanistic basis of metabolic rate–temperature and development rate–temperature r... The American Naturalist.
2019. Tran, Lucy A. P. Biotic and abiotic factors often are treated as mutually exclusive drivers of diversification processes. In this framework, ecological specialists ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Moen, Daniel S. and Wiens, John J. A major goal of ecology and evolutionary biology is to explain patterns of species richness among clades. Differences in rates of net diversificati... The American Naturalist.
2019. Rollinson, Njal and Rowe, Locke. Many selective agents have been implicated in the evolution of maternal investment per offspring. Although oxygen limitation and surface-area-to-vo... The American Naturalist.
2019. Wiens, John J. At any location, a group of organisms may be represented by several clades. What determines which clades will dominate local communities in terms ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Sridhar, Hari, Srinivasan, Umesh, Askins, Robert A., Delgadillo, Julio Cesar Canales, Chen, Chao-Chieh, Ewert, David N., Gale, George A., Goodale, Eben, Gram, Wendy K., Hart, Patrick J., Hobson, Keith A., Hutto, Richard L., Kotagama, Sarath W., Knowlton, Jessie L., Lee, Tien Ming, Munn, Charles A., Nimnuan, Somchai, Nizam, B. Z., Péron, Guillaume, Robin, V. V., Rodewald, Amanda D., Rodewald, Paul G., Thomson, Robert L., Trivedi, Pranav, Wilgenburg, Steven L. Van, and Shanker, Kartik. Competition theory predicts that communities at small spatial scales should consist of species more dissimilar than expected by chance. We find a s... The American Naturalist. Connecticut College, Kaohsiung Medical University, University of California System, National Ecological Observatory Network, University of Hawaii System, University of Montana, University of Colombo, Michigan Technological University, Columbia University, Universidade Aberta, Colorado State University, The Ohio State University, University of Turku, and Nature Conservation Foundation.
2019. Skeels, Alexander and Cardillo, Marcel. Inferring the geographic mode of speciation could help reveal the evolutionary and ecological mechanisms that underlie the generation of biodiversi... The American Naturalist. Australian National University.