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Mirror, mirror! Where should I settle?

The matching habitat choice hypothesis holds that individuals with different phenotypes select the habitats to which they are best adapted to maximize fitness. Despite the potential implications of...

Demise and recovery of Egyptian vultures in light of changes in the population density of wild-rabbit

In this study, the consequences of the decay of wild rabbit populations have been modelled in the population size of Egyptian vultures. The decrease in this main food source led the vultures to...

Infrapopulation size explains genetic diversity in a host-symbiont non-model system

Understanding what shapes variation in genetic diversity among species remains a major challenge in evolutionary ecology, and it has been seldom studied in parasites and other host-symbiont...

Bees not the be-all and end-all to pollination

Wild and managed bees are well documented as effective pollinators of global crops of economic importance. However, the contributions by pollinators other than bees have been little explored. This...