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771. Data from: Three's a crowd: trade-offs between attracting pollinators and ant bodyguards with nectar rewards in Turnera
2019. Dutton, Emily Marie, Luo, Elaine Yiling, Cembrowski, Adam R., Shore, Joel S., and Frederickson, Megan Elizabeth. Many plants attract insect pollinators with floral nectar (FN) and ant “bodyguards” with extrafloral nectar (EFN). If nectar production is costly o... The American Naturalist.
772. Data from: Time explains regional richness patterns within clades more often than diversification rates or area
2019. Li, Hong and Wiens, John J. Most groups of organisms occur in multiple regions, and have different numbers of species in different regions. These richness patterns are directl... The American Naturalist.
773. Data from: Timing and number of colonizations but not diversification rates affect diversity patterns in hemosporidian lineages on a remote oceanic archipelago
2019. Cornuault, Josselin, Warren, Ben H., Bertrand, Joris A. M., Milá, Borja, Thébaud, Christophe, and Heeb, Philipp. Parasite diversity on remote oceanic archipelagos is determined by the number and timing of colonizations, and in-situ diversification rate. In thi... The American Naturalist.
2019. Hollander, Franck A., Titeux, Nicolas, Holveck, Marie-Jeanne, and Dyck, Hans Van. In human-modified environments, organisms may prefer to use habitats where their reproductive performance is lower compared to alternative options.... The American Naturalist.
775. Data from: To be seen or to hide: visual characteristics of body patterns for camouflage and communication in the Australian giant cuttlefish, Sepia apama.
2019. Zylinski, Sarah, How, Martin J., Osorio, Daniel, Hanlon, Roger T., and Marshall, N. Justin. It might seem obvious that a camouflaged animal must generally match its background whereas to be conspicuous an organism must differ from the back... The American Naturalist.
2019. Smith, Daniel J. and Amarasekare, Priyanga. We develop a theoretical framework to elucidate the mechanistic basis of thermal niche partitioning in ectotherms. Using a food web module of two c... The American Naturalist.
2019. Noonan, Brice and Sites, Jack W Jr. In 1947, when Thor Heyerdahl’s Kon‐Tiki hit ground in the Tuamotu archipelago, 102 days and 4,000 km from its point of origin in South America, he ... The American Naturalist.
778. Data from: Tradeoffs and coexistence in fluctuating environments: evidence for a key dispersal-fecundity tradeoff in five nonpollinating fig wasps
2019. Duthie, Alexander Bradley, Abbott, Karen C., and Nason, John D. The ecological principle of competitive exclusion states that species competing for identical resources cannot coexist, but this principle is parad... The American Naturalist.
779. Data from: Trade-offs and upper limits to signal performance during close-range vocal competition in gray treefrogs, Hyla versicolor
2019. Reichert, Michael S. and Gerhardt, H. Carl. Performance limitations on signal production constrain signal evolution. Variation in signaling performance may be related to signaler quality and ... The American Naturalist.
2019. Kelly, Morgan W., Grosberg, Richard K., and Sanford, Eric. Antagonistic correlations among traits may slow the rate of adaptation to a changing environment. The tide pool copepod Tigriopus californicus is l... The American Naturalist.