Stress as a modifier of biodiversity effects on ecosystem processes?
Consumer trophic diversity as a fundamental mechanism linking predation and ecosystem functioning
Changes in intrapopulation resource use patterns of an endangered raptor in response to a disease-mediated crash in prey abundance
Compensatory immigration depends on adjacent population size and habitat quality but not on landscape connectivity
To leave or not to leave: survival trade-offs between different migratory strategies in the greater flamingo
Predation risk and food: opposite effects on overwintering survival and onset of breeding in a boreal rodent
Size-density scaling in protists and the links between consumer–resource interaction parameters
Ecological effects on gut bacterial communities in wild bumblebee colonies
Biases in comparative analyses of extinction risk: mind the gap
The early bird gets the shrimp: confronting assumptions of isotopic equilibrium and homogeneity in a wild bird population
Time constraints and flexibility of growth strategies: geographic variation in catch-up growth responses in amphibian larvae
Intraspecific variation in body size and the rate of reproduction in female insects – adaptive allometry or biophysical constraint?
Testing the stress-gradient hypothesis with aquatic detritivorous invertebrates: insights for biodiversity-ecosystem functioning research
The distribution of large herbivore hotspots in relation to environmental and anthropogenic correlates in the Mara region of Kenya
Joint estimation of habitat dynamics and species interactions: disturbance reduces co-occurrence of non-native predators with an endangered toad
Fine-tuning the fruit-tracking hypothesis: spatiotemporal links between fruit availability and fruit consumption by birds in Andean mountain forests
Boldness in two perch populations – long-term differences and the effect of predation pressure
Shoaling as an antiparasite defence in minnows ( Pimephales promelas ) exposed to trematode cercariae
Condition-dependent natal dispersal in a large herbivore: heavier animals show a greater propensity to disperse and travel further