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Aristolochic acids affect the feeding behaviour and development of Battus polydamas archidamas larvae (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae: Troidini)
The feeding behaviour of specialist butterflies may be affected by the mechanical and chemical characteristics of the tis- sues of their host-plants. Larvae of the butterfly, Battus polydamasExpand
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Morphology, nectar characteristics and avian pollinators in five Andean Puya species (Bromeliaceae)
Five Andean Puya species (Puya alpestris, Puya chilensis, Puya coerulea, Puya raimondii and Puya venusta) were studied to determine the relationship between their avian visitors, and plant morphologyExpand
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Deterministic population growth models and conservation translocation as a management strategy for the critically endangered Blue-throated Macaw (Ara glaucogularis): A critique of Maestri et al.
The Blue-throated Macaw (Ara glaucogularis) is one of the most highly threatened species in the parrot family Psittacidae (BirdLife International, 2018a). Endemic to the Beni savannas or Llanos deExpand
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Genome-wide genetic diversity yields insights into genomic responses of candidate climate-selected loci in an Andean wetland plant
Assessing population evolutionary potential has become a central tenet of conservation biology. Since adaptive responses require allelic variation at functional genes, consensus has grown thatExpand