wtorek, 18 września 2012

Biotropica - 44 (1), 2012


    Removal Effects on Nectar Production in Bat-pollinated Flowers of the Brazilian Cerrado (pages 1–5)

    Paulo Estefano D. Bobrowiec and Paulo E. Oliveira

    Lust for Salt in the Western Amazon (pages 6–9)

    Robert Dudley, Michael Kaspari and Stephen P. Yanoviak

    Disturbance Type and Plant Successional Communities in Bahamian Dry Forests (pages 10–18)

    Claire C. Larkin, Charles Kwit, Joseph M. Wunderle Jr., Eileen H. Helmer, M. Henry H. Stevens, Montara T. K. Roberts and David N. Ewert

    The Quest for a Suitable Host: Size Distributions of Host Trees and Secondary Hemiepiphytes Search Strategy (pages 19–26)

    María P. Balcázar-Vargas, María C. Penuela-Mora, Tinde R. van Andel and Pieter A. Zuidema

    Fire and Host Abundance as Determinants of the Distribution of Three Congener and Sympatric Mistletoes in an Amazonian Savanna (pages 27–34)

    Rodrigo F. Fadini and Albertina P. Lima

    Tropical Understory Piper Shrubs Maintain High Levels of Genotypic Diversity Despite Frequent Asexual Recruitment (pages 35–43)

    Eloisa Lasso, James W. Dalling and Eldredge Bermingham

    Subsampling Herbarium Collections to Assess Geographic Diversity Gradients: A Case Study with Endemic Orchidaceae and Rubiaceae in Cameroon (pages 44–52)

    Vincent Droissart, Olivier J. Hardy, Bonaventure Sonké, Farid Dahdouh-Guebas and Tariq Stévart

    Insect Herbivory and Leaf Disease in Natural and Human Disturbed Habitats: Lessons from Early-Successional Heliconia Herbs (pages 53–62)

    Bráulio A. Santos and Julieta Benítez-Malvido

    Short-term Effects of Single Species Browsing Release by Different-sized Herbivores on Sand Forest Vegetation Community, South Africa (pages 63–72)

    Georgette Lagendijk, Bruce R. Page and Rob Slotow

    Optimizing Diversity Assessment Protocols for High Canopy Ants in Tropical Rain Forest (pages 73–81)

    Kalsum M. Yusah, Tom M. Fayle, Grant Harris and William A. Foster

    Upslope Range Shifts of Andean Dung Beetles in Response to Deforestation: Compounding and Confounding Effects of Microclimatic Change (pages 82–89)

    Trond H. Larsen

    The Evolution of Group Stability and Roost Lifespan: Perspectives from Tent-Roosting Bats (pages 90–97)

    Maria Sagot and Richard D. Stevens

    Monitoring a Puma (Puma concolor) Population in a Fragmented Landscape in Southeast Brazil (pages 98–104)

    Renata A. Miotto, Marcelo Cervini, Rodrigo A. Begotti and Pedro M. Galetti Jr.

    Differences in Diet Between Spider Monkey Groups Living in Forest Fragments and Continuous Forest in Mexico (pages 105–113)

    Óscar M. Chaves, Kathryn E. Stoner and Víctor Arroyo-Rodríguez

    Narrow Fungal Mycorrhizal Diversity in a Population of the Orchid Coppensia doniana (pages 114–122)

    Rafael B. Valadares, Marlon C. Pereira, Joel T. Otero and Elke J. Cardoso

    Patterns and Trends of Forest Loss in the Colombian Guyana (pages 123–132)

    Nelly Rodríguez, Dolors Armenteras, Roberto Molowny-Horas and Javier Retana

    Remembering Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Klara Victoria Kalko (1962–2011) (pages 133–134)

    K. Eduard Linsenmair

    Thanks to Editors and ad hoc Reviewers 2010–2011 (pages 135–138)



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