środa, 19 września 2012

Biotropica - 44 (3), 2012


    Dung Beetles Reduce Clustering of Tropical Tree Seedlings (pages 271–275)

    Callum R. Lawson, Darren J. Mann and Owen T. Lewis

    Soil Effects on Forest Structure and Diversity in a Moist and a Dry Tropical Forest (pages 276–283)

    Marielos Pena-Claros, Lourens Poorter, Alfredo Alarcón, Geoffrey Blate, Urbano Choque, Todd S. Fredericksen, Marco J. Justiniano, Claudio Leano, Juan Carlos Licona, William Pariona, Francis E. Putz, Lincoln Quevedo and Marisol Toledo

    Effects of Climate Change on the Potential Species Richness of Mesoamerican Forests (pages 284–293)

    Duncan J. Golicher, Luis Cayuela and Adrian C. Newton

    Marine-derived Nutrients from Green Turtle Nests Subsidize Terrestrial Beach Ecosystems (pages 294–301)

    Hannah B. Vander Zanden, Karen A. Bjorndal, Patrick W. Inglett and Alan B. Bolten

    Nitrogen Addition Shapes Soil Phosphorus Availability in Two Reforested Tropical Forests in Southern China (pages 302–311)

    Xiankai Lu, Jiangming Mo, Frank S. Gilliam, Hua Fang, Feifei Zhu, Yunting Fang, Wei Zhang and Juan Huang

    Diameter Growth of Juvenile Trees after Gap Formation in a Bolivian Rain Forest: Responses are Strongly Species-specific and Size-dependent (pages 312–320)

    Claudia C. Soliz-Gamboa, Anne Sandbrink and Pieter A. Zuidema

    Recent Changes in Patch Characteristics and Plant Communities in the Jalca Grasslands of the Peruvian Andes (pages 321–330)

    Carolina Tovar, Joost F. Duivenvoorden, Isidoro Sánchez-Vega and Arie C. Seijmonsbergen

    The Impact of Annual and Seasonal Rainfall Patterns on Growth and Phenology of Emergent Tree Species in Southeastern Amazonia, Brazil (pages 331–340)

    James Grogan and Mark Schulze

    Survival and Growth of Juvenile Bromeliads in Coffee Plantations and Forests in Central Veracruz, Mexico (pages 341–349)

    Susanne Scheffknecht, Manuela Winkler, Martín Mata-Rosas and Peter Hietz

    Avian Habitat Preference in Tropical Forest Restoration in Southern Costa Rica (pages 350–359)

    J. Leighton Reid, J. Berton C. Harris and Rakan A. Zahawi

    Exploitation of Fallen Diaspores by Ants: Are there Ant–Plant Partner Choices? (pages 360–367)

    Alexander V. Christianini, Antônio J. Mayhé-Nunes and Paulo S. Oliveira

    Spillover of Insects from Rain Forest into Adjacent Oil Palm Plantations (pages 368–377)

    Jennifer M. Lucey and Jane K. Hill

    Decisions on Temporal Sampling Protocol Influence the Detection of Ecological Patterns (pages 378–385)

    Cristina Banks-Leite, Robert M. Ewers, Rafael G. Pimentel and Jean Paul Metzger

    Evidence for Convergent Evolution in Gape Morphology of the Bat Hawk (Macheiramphus alcinus) with Swifts, Swallows, and Goatsuckers (pages 386–393)

    Landon R. Jones, Hal L. Black and Clayton M. White

    Diets of Frugivorous Bats in Montane Rain Forest and Coffee Plantations in Southeastern Chiapas, Mexico (pages 394–401)

    Carlos García-Estrada, Anne Damon, Cornelio Sánchez-Hernández, Lorena Soto-Pinto and Guillermo Ibarra-Núnez

    Impact of Hurricane Dean (2007) on Game Species of the Selva Maya, Mexico (pages 402–411)

    Pablo J. Ramírez-Barajas, Gerald A. Islebe and Sophie Calmé

    Bird Assemblages in Anthropogenic Habitats: Identifying a Suitability Gradient for Native Species in the Atlantic Forest (pages 412–419)

    Gustavo A. Zurita and Maria I. Bellocq

    High Turnover Rates in Remnant Populations of the Harlequin Frog Atelopus cruciger (Bufonidae): Low Risk of Extinction? (pages 420–426)

    Margarita Lampo, Senaris J. Celsa, Argelia Rodríguez-Contreras, Fernando Rojas-Runjaic and Carmen Z. García

    Moderate Human Disturbance of Rain Forest Alters Composition of Fruiting Plant and Bird Communities (pages 427–436)

    Kara L. Lefevre, Sapna Sharma and F. Helen Rodd

    Conflict between Fishermen and Giant Otters Pteronura brasiliensis in Western Brazilian Amazon (pages 437–444)

    Patrícia F. Rosas-Ribeiro, Fernando C.W. Rosas and Jansen Zuanon


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