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|Title||Keywords||View||Digest Due Date|
|Sexual conflict and ecology: species composition and male density interact to reduce male mating harassment and increase female survival||Community ecology; facilitation; male mating harassment; indirect ecological effects; interspecific competition; reproductive interference; sexual conflict||February 24|
|The evolution of floral signals in relation to range overlap in a clade of California Jewelflowers (Streptanthus s.l.)||Floral scent; reproductive character displacement; reproductive interference; coexistence; phylogenetic ecology; heterospecific pollen transfer; contemporary and historical approaches||February 24|
|Dynamic changes in display architecture and function across environments revealed by a systems approach to animal communication||Environmental variability; mate choice; multimodal; systems biology||February 24|
|Effects of parental care on resource allocation into immune defense and buccal microbiota in mouthbrooding cichlid fishes||Sexual dimorphism; parental investment; mouthbrooding; cichlids; buccal microbiota; sexual immune dimorphism||Digest received|
|Population density mediates the interaction between pre- and post-mating sexual selection||sexual selection; sperm competition; variance decomposition; multivariate selection; dung beetle; Onthophagus||February 24|
|Insect herbivory and plant adaptation in an early successional community||experimental evolution; dandelion Taraxacum officinale; induced defense; microsatellite; phenolic inositol esters; plant defense against herbivory; plant-insect interactions; sesquiterpene lactone||Digest received|
|Extreme dentition does not prevent diet and tooth diversification within combtooth blennies (ovalentaria: Blenniidae)||Macroevolution; fish; trophic morphology; detritus||February 24|