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American Society of Naturalists & The American Naturalist (published by the U of Chicago Press) Feed by Trish Morse, managing editor. (Trish=she/her)

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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

Ecological Transitions in Grouping Benefits Explain the Paradox of Environmental Quality and Sociality
Mark Liu (劉彥廷), S-F Chan (詹仕凡), DR Rubenstein, S-J Sun (孫烜駿), B-F Chen (陳伯飛), & S-F Shen (沈聖峰)

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Ecological Transitions in Grouping Benefits Explain the Paradox of Environmental Quality and Sociality Mark Liu (劉彥廷), S-F Chan (詹仕凡), DR Rubenstein, S-J Sun (孫烜駿), B-F Chen (陳伯飛), & S-F Shen (沈聖峰) Blog/abstract https://t.co/8dTWjManMb Ms: https://t.co/BgVxrRuW95 https://t.co/zQWBOpD549

Ecological Limits as the Driver of Bird Species Richness Patterns along the East Himalayan Elevational Gradient
Matthew Schumm, Alexander E. White, K. Supriya, and Trevor D. Price

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Ecological Limits as the Driver of Bird Species Richness Patterns along the East Himalayan Elevational Gradient Matthew Schumm, Alexander E. White, K. Supriya, and Trevor D. Price Blog: https://t.co/puZuo1jc3u Ms: https://t.co/G0zo9yU8He https://t.co/IW2iDl0oZf

PSA Please, when writing a review, provide a sense of what citations are missing by giving some specific examples. Doesn't have to be a whole list but point the way. Of course it's helpful to the authors, but it's also helpful to the editors.

Individual Specialization and Multihost Epidemics: Disease Spread in Plant-Pollinator Networks
Stephen P. Ellner, Wee Hao Ng, and Christopher R. Myers

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Blog: https://t.co/QwnDS6g80J https://t.co/v8oym7SKTT

Individual Specialization and Multihost Epidemics: Disease Spread in Plant-Pollinator Networks Stephen P. Ellner, Wee Hao Ng, and Christopher R. Myers Ms: https://t.co/UhgKZPsKLP Blog: https://t.co/QwnDS6g80J https://t.co/v8oym7SKTT

Ecology and Evolution of Blood Oxygen-Carrying Capacity in Birds
Piotr Minias

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High-latitude species (e.g. Canada geese) have higher blood oxygen-carrying capacity than low-latitude species (e.g. greater flamingo https://t.co/Um5kevBsyR

Ecology and Evolution of Blood Oxygen-Carrying Capacity in Birds Piotr Minias Blog: https://t.co/QnrHEzfIvu Ms: https://t.co/YpqZTpMUtx High-latitude species (e.g. Canada geese) have higher blood oxygen-carrying capacity than low-latitude species (e.g. greater flamingo https://t.co/Um5kevBsyR

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/A8ORKKSVwg https://t.co/w4KHroQ30t

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/A8ORKKSVwg https://t.co/w4KHroQ30t

ASN Award Address How Long Does It Take to Fix a Favorable Mutation, and Why Should We Care? Brian Charlesworth Blurb: https://t.co/r9KNgZXlAL Ms: https://t.co/dlya97GIrs

“What do ecology, #evolution, and #behavior have in common? The organism in the middle” https://t.co/VyLxlrCk0t @ASNAmNat

Ahead of Print: Correlated Evolution of Sex Allocation and Mating System in Wrasses and Parrotfishes Jennifer R. Hodge, Francesco Santini, and Peter C. Wainwright Blog: https://t.co/ynTFvix3Hq Ms: https://t.co/gds2jODG4S Size advantage drives the evolution of sex change

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

From the blog: "This study’s origins lie in a graduate student reading group of an important text on hybrid zones (John Endler’s Geographic Variation, Speciation, and Clines). "

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Dispersal Predicts Hybrid Zone Widths across Animal Diversity: Implications for Species Borders under Incomplete Reproductive Isolation
Jay P. McEntee, J. Gordon Burleigh, and Sonal Singhal

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Ahead of Print: Dispersal Predicts Hybrid Zone Widths across Animal Diversity: Implications for Species Borders under Incomplete Reproductive Isolation Jay P. McEntee, J. Gordon Burleigh, and Sonal Singhal blog: https://t.co/hTd6AB5mpU Ms: https://t.co/8KLEFaXxr3 https://t.co/4In5hlQkN8

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

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(Credit: N. Lewis/Shenandoah National Park on Flickr) https://t.co/u34ArmbrjV

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

Ecology and Evolution of Blood Oxygen-Carrying Capacity in Birds
Piotr Minias

Blog: https://t.co/QnrHEzfIvu

Ms: https://t.co/YpqZTpMUtx

High-latitude species (e.g. Canada geese) have higher blood oxygen-carrying capacity than low-latitude species (e.g. greater flamingo https://t.co/eALHNKJRXC

Ecology and Evolution of Blood Oxygen-Carrying Capacity in Birds Piotr Minias Blog: https://t.co/QnrHEzfIvu Ms: https://t.co/YpqZTpMUtx High-latitude species (e.g. Canada geese) have higher blood oxygen-carrying capacity than low-latitude species (e.g. greater flamingo https://t.co/eALHNKJRXC

ASN Award Address How Long Does It Take to Fix a Favorable Mutation, and Why Should We Care? Brian Charlesworth Blurb: https://t.co/r9KNgZFKcb Ms: https://t.co/dlya97p72S

Individual Specialization and Multihost Epidemics: Disease Spread in Plant-Pollinator Networks
Stephen P. Ellner, Wee Hao Ng, and Christopher R. Myers

Ms: https://t.co/UhgKZPsKLP

Blog: https://t.co/QwnDS6g80J https://t.co/6cx4sbyhnN

Individual Specialization and Multihost Epidemics: Disease Spread in Plant-Pollinator Networks Stephen P. Ellner, Wee Hao Ng, and Christopher R. Myers Ms: https://t.co/UhgKZPsKLP Blog: https://t.co/QwnDS6g80J https://t.co/6cx4sbyhnN

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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

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

Excited to read this! Looks cool https://t.co/fskNkVB6L4

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