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781. Data from: Trait evolution in adaptive radiations: modeling and measuring interspecific competition on phylogenies
2019. Clarke, Magnus, Thomas, Gavin H., and Freckleton, Robert P. The incorporation of ecological processes into models of trait evolution is important for understanding past drivers of evolutionary change. Specie... The American Naturalist.
2019. Truitt, Lauren, McArt, Scott, Vaughn, Andrew, and Ellner, Stephen P. Epidemiological models for multi-host pathogen systems often classify individuals taxonomically and use species-specific parameter values, but in s... The American Naturalist.
783. Data from: Transgenerational and within-generation plasticity in response to climate change: insights from a manipulative field experiment across an elevational gradient
2019. Wadgymar, Susana M., Mactavish, Rachel M., and Anderson, Jill T. Parental environmental effects, or transgenerational plasticity, can influence an individual’s phenotype or fitness, yet remain underexplored in th... The American Naturalist.
784. Data from: Tritrophic interactions at a community level: effects of host-plant species quality on bird predation of caterpillars
2019. Singer, Michael S., Farkas, Timothy E., Skorik, Christian M., and Mooney, Kailen A. Effects of plant traits on herbivore-carnivore interactions are well documented in component communities, but are not well understood at the level ... The American Naturalist. Wesleyan University, University of Colorado Boulder, and University of California, Irvine.
785. Data from: Two-year bee, or not two-year bee? How voltinism is affected by temperature and season length in a high-elevation solitary bee
2019. Forrest, Jessica R. K., Cross, Regan, and CaraDonna, Paul J. Organisms must often make developmental decisions without complete information about future conditions. This uncertainty—for example, about the dur... The American Naturalist.
786. Data from: Understanding patch departure rules for large carnivores: lion movements support a patch-disturbance hypothesis
2019. Valeix, Marion, Chamaillé-Jammes, Simon, Loveridge, Andrew J, Davidson, Zeke, Hunt, Jane E, Madzikanda, Hillary, and Macdonald, David W. We test two hypotheses that could account for patch departure by large mammalian carnivores. One hypothesis is the unsuccessful hunt hypothesis, wh... The American Naturalist.
2019. Wilson, David R., Bitton, Pierre-Paul, Podos, Jeffrey, and Mennill, Daniel J. Studies of trilled vocalizations provide a premiere illustration of how performance constraints shape the evolution of mating displays. In trill pr... The American Naturalist.
788. Data from: Unraveling the interplay of community assembly processes acting on multiple niche axes across spatial scales
2019. Trisos, Christopher H., Petchey, Owen L., and Tobias, Joseph A. How the relative importance of community assembly processes varies with spatial scale is the focus of intensive debate, in part because inferring t... The American Naturalist.
789. Data from: Untangling intra- and interspecific effects on body size clines reveals divergent processes structuring convergent patterns in Anolis lizards
2019. Muñoz, Martha M., Wegener, Johanna E., and Algar, Adam C. Bergmann’s rule—the tendency for body size to increase in colder environments—remains controversial today, despite 150 years of research. Considera... The American Naturalist.
2019. Forister, Matthew L. and Scholl, Cynthia F. The colonization of exotic plants by herbivorous insects has provided opportunities for investigating causes and consequences associated with the e... The American Naturalist.