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Infertile seeds of Yucca schottii: A beneficial role for the plant in the yucca-yucca moth mutualism?
Statistical Assessment of Huntsman's 3-y Salmon-Rainfall Correlation, and Other Potential Correlations, in the Miramichi Fishery, New Brunswick
Reproductive response of Great Tits, Parus major, in a naturally base-poor forest habitat to calcium supplementation
Estimation of resources of chub mackerel, round scad and other pelagic fish stocks in the Taiwan Strait and the adjacent waters.
Competitive abilities of three indigenous New Zealand plant species in relation to the introduced plant Hieracium pilosella
Habitat selection and aggression as determinants of spatial segregation among damselfish on a coral reef.
Potential environmental influences on variation in body size and sexual size dimorphism among Arizona populations of the western diamond-backed rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox)
Differences in resource availability and quality along environmental gradients are important influences contributing to intraspecific variation in body size, which influences numerous life-history traits. Here, we examined variation in body size and sexual size dimorphism (SSD) in relation to temperature, seasonality, and precipitation among 10 populations located throughout Arizona of the western diamond-backed rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox). Specifically, in our analyses we addressed the following questions: (i) Are adult males larger in cooler, wetter areas? (ii) Does female body size respond differently to environmental variation? (iii) Is seasonality a better predictor of body size variation? (iv) Is SSD positively...
Relationship between numbers of the endangered American burying beetle Nicrophorus americanus Olivier (Coleoptera: Silphidae) and available food resources