Male Teleopsis dalmanni showing his sexually selected eyestalks. Photo by Rob Knell.
86:1 is now out including an editorial announcing some new journal initiatives a paper on ‘ How to…’ include genetic groups in quantitative genetic animal models by Matthew Wolak and Jane Reid and of course a great collection of original research papers.
In Focus written by Ruth Hufbauer looks at the paper by Natalie Wagner on how the genetic mixture of multiple source populations accelerates invasive range expansion.
To make the most of all the great photos from our authors below is a slideshow of the best images.
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January 2017 issue here. Continue reading
Issue 85:6 is now online and for the first time we have two In Focus papers in the issue as we no longer want to limit ourselves to championing only one great paper!
The First is by Pedro Jardano and takes a look at the paper by Sazatornil et al. on
morphological matches and the assembly of mutualistic hawkmoth–plant networks. The second is by Shawn Wilder and Punidan Jeyasingh and they review the paper by Zhang et al. on how warming and predation risk shape stoichiometry.
To make the most of all the great photos from our authors we have included a slideshow of the best images.
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November 2016 issue here.
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