We looked inside some of the tweets by @ASNAmNat and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Increased Levels of Perceived Competition Decrease Juvenile Kin-Shoaling Preferences in a Cichlid Fish Timo Thünken, Saskia Hesse, and Denis Meuthen Ms: https://t.co/4nZ4dd7xqH
Ahead of Print: Optimal Network Architectures for Spatially Structured Populations with Heterogeneous Diffusion Alfonso Ruiz-Herrera and Pedro J. Torres https://t.co/IERgjYG689 New management guidelines to maximize the population size in networks--degree of mobility is the key
Selection for Rhythm as a Trigger for Recursive Evolution in the Elaborate Display System of Woodpeckers Meredith C. Miles, Eric R. Schuppe, and Matthew J. Fuxjager Blog: https://t.co/DtM5NUjlVB Ms: https://t.co/xpZauPDzOB (Credit: N. Lewis/Shenandoah National Park on Flickr) https://t.co/u34ArmbrjV
Mechanisms for Color Convergence in a Mimetic Radiation of Poison Frogs Evan Twomey, Morgan Kain, Myriam Claeys, Kyle Summers, Santiago Castroviejo-Fisher, and Ines Van Bocxlaer Blog: https://t.co/A8ORKKBkEI Ms: https://t.co/dNHU2yHvJm https://t.co/I3ScKY8efv
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