Intraguild predation , thermoregulation , and microhabitat selection by snakes

  title={Intraguild predation , thermoregulation , and microhabitat selection by snakes},
  author={Tobias M Uller and Erik Wapstra and Miranda McCarthy and {\'E}ric Haubruge and Consuelo M. De Moraes and Michael G. Ritchie and Christophe P{\'e}labon and Jonathan D Blount and Elisabet Forsgren and Bj\orn Bjerkeng and David R Nash and Michael Poulsen and Jacobus J Boomsma and Jeff W. Dawson and Jayne E Yack and Gail Lisa Patricelli and Michael and Jochen Braun and Benedict C Jones and Lisa M DeBruine and Anthony C. Little},
Outreman 251 Armament under direct sexual selection does not exhibit positive allometry in an earwig Emile van Lieshout and Mark Adrian Elgar 258 Long-term effects of early parasite exposure on song duration and singing strategy in great tits 271 Prudent male mate choice under perceived sperm competition risk in the eastern mosquito fish 296 Extrapair paternity in an insular population of house sparrows after the experimental introduction of individuals from the mainland 313 When predators… CONTINUE READING


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