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The historical biogeography of the terrestrial mammals in Europe has been widely studied on the basis of fossil records and molecular makers. However, to date, only one model of species' responses to glacial–interglacial cycles during the glacial episodes of the Quaternary, especially during...
Individual trophic specialisation (ITS) has many important consequences for ecological and evolutionary processes. An old hypothesis highlighting the relevance of ITS is the niche variation hypothesis (NVH), which proposes that populations composed of trophically specialised individuals have a...
Coyotes Canis latrans have expanded their geographic range by 40% in the last 120 years, raising questions about their ecological impacts in the newly colonised areas. Despite a wealth of local knowledge on coyote diet in North America, we have little information about how and why diet might...
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