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  1. A Minimal Model for the Latitudinal Diversity Gradient Suggests a Dominant Role for Ecological Limits

    Etienne, R. S., Cabral, J. S., Hagen, O., Hartig, F., Hurlbert, A. H., Pellissier, L., Pontarp, M. & Storch, D., 23-Aug-2019, In : The American Naturalist. 194, 5, p. E122-E133 12 p.

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  2. Between- and Within-Individual Variation of Maternal Thyroid Hormone Deposition in Wild Great Tits (Parus major)

    Hsu, B-Y., Verhagen, I., Gienapp, P., Darras, V. M., Visser, M. E. & Ruuskanen, S., Oct-2019, In : The American Naturalist. 194, 4, p. E96-E108

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  3. Within-individual canalization contributes to age-related increases in trait repeatability: A longitudinal experiment in red knots

    Kok, E. M. A., Burant, J. B., Dekinga, A., Manche, P., Saintonge, D., Piersma, T. & Mathot, K. J., Oct-2019, In : American Naturalist. 194, 4, p. 455-469 15 p.

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  4. Adaptive differences in circadian clock gene expression patterns and photoperiodic diapause induction in Nasonia vitripennis

    Dalla Benetta, E., Beukeboom, L. W. & van de Zande, L., 1-Jun-2019, In : American Naturalist. 193, 6, p. 881-896 16 p.

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  5. Age-specific offspring mortality economically tracks food abundance in a piscivorous seabird

    Vedder, O., Zhang, H., Daenhardt, A. & Bouwhuis, S., Apr-2019, In : American Naturalist. 193, 4, p. 588-597 10 p.

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