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Trends in Ecology and Evolution
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Speciation by sexual selection: 20 years of progress
Phylogenetics is the New Genetics (for Most of Biodiversity)
Unifying Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives on Genomic Differentiation
When Do Ecosystem Services Depend on Rare Species?
Using Networks to Connect Individual-Level Reproductive Behavior to Population Patterns
Parasites and Host Species Barriers in Animal Hybrid Zones
Ecological Function Analysis: Incorporating Species Roles into Conservation
Navigating Novelty and Risk in Resilience Management
Breaking Barriers: Causes, Consequences, and Experimental Utility of Human-Mediated Hybridization
The Role of Seasonal Migration in Population Divergence and Reproductive Isolation
Do Social-Ecological Syndromes Predict Outcomes for Ecosystem Services? - a Reply to Bodin et al.
Reshaping Darwin's Tree: Impact of the Symbiome
Operationalizing Network Theory for Ecosystem Service Assessments
Cognitive Phenotypes and the Evolution of Animal Decisions
Where and When do Species Interactions Set Range Limits?
Hybrid zones: windows on climate change
Moving forward with effective goals and methods for conservation: a reply to Marvier and Kareiva
What is the future of conservation?
Contributions of natural and sexual selection to the evolution of premating reproductive isolation: a research agenda
Evolutionary divergence in acoustic signals: causes and consequences
Extinctions in ancient and modern seas
Frontiers in climate change-disease research
Sexual selection: a dynamic state of affairs Response to the comments of Cornwallis and Uller in the article: Towards an evolutionary ecology of sexual traits
When parasites become prey: ecological and epidemiological significance of eating parasites
Threshold models in restoration and conservation: a developing framework
Improving Wikipedia: educational opportunity and professional responsibility
Restoration through reassembly: plant traits and invasion resistance
Demography in an increasingly variable world
A temporal approach to linking aboveground and belowground ecology
The practice of restoration and the science of ecology
Alternative states and positive feedbacks in restoration ecology
Is morning sickness maladaptive?
The evolutionary stability of mixed strategies
Cryptic dioecy in flowering plants