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of out-group sampling. Systematic Entomology, 37(1):
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behaviour of helpers in cooperatively breeding sociable
weavers. Behaviour, 148: 1399-1417.
Duy-Jacquemin, M.N., Uys, C.J. and Geoffroy, J.J. 2011.
Two remarkable new species of Penicillata (Diplopoda,
Polyxenida) from Table Mountain National Park (Cape Town,
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Eberhard, M.J.B., Picker, M.D. and Klass, K.-.D. 2011.
Sympatry in Mantophasmatodea, with the description of a
new species and phylogenetic considerations. Organisms
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Fahrig, L., Baudry, J., Brotons, L. and Sirami, C. 2011.
Functional landscape heterogeneity and animal biodiversity
in agricultural landscapes. Ecology Letters, 14: 101-112.
Flower, T. 2011. Fork-tailed drongos use deceptive mimicked
alarm calls to steal food. Proceedings of the Royal Society
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Fort, J., Porter, W.P. and Grémillet, D. 2011. Energetic
modelling: a comparison of the different approaches used
in seabirds. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology
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Fuchs, J., Fjeldså, J. and Bowie, R.C.K. 2011. Diversification
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Fuchs, J., Crowe, T. andBowie, R.C.K. 2011. Phylogeography
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genetic structure across the arid zones and savannas of
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Gäde, G., Simek, P. and Fescemyer, H.W. 2011. Adipokinetic
hormones provide inference for the phylogeny of Odonata.
Journal of Insect Physiology, 57(1): 174-178.
Gäde, G., Simek, P. and Marco, H. 2011. An invertebrate
[hydroxyproline]-modified neuropeptide: further evidence
for a close evolutionary relationship between insect
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Gäde, G. and Marco, H. 2011. The adipokinetic hormone
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Goetz, A., Kerwath, S.E., Attwood, C.G. and Sauer, W.H.H.
2011. An alternative method for estimating the status of
resident reef fish stocks, based on differential fishing effort
across a marine reserve boundary. African Journal of
Marine Science, 33(1): 107-113.
González-Solís, J., Smyrli, M., Militão, T., Grémillet,
D., Tveraa, T., Phillips, R.A. and Boulinier, T. 2011.
Combining stable isotope analyses and geolocation
to reveal kittiwake migration. Marine Ecology-Progress
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Govender, R., Avery, G. and Chinsamy-Turan, A. 2011.
Pathologies in the Early Pliocene phocid seals from
Langebaanweg, South Africa. South African Journal of
Science, 107(1/2): 1-6.
Grantham, H., Richardson, A.J., Huggett, J.A., Coetzee,
J., Petersen, S.L., Merkle, U., Possingham, H.P.,
Huggett, J.A., Game, E., Lombard, A.T., van der Lingen,
C.D., Hobday, A., Beckley, L. and Pressey, R.L. 2011.
Accommodating dynamic oceanographic processes and
pelagic biodiversity in marine conservation planning. PLoS
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Grémillet, D. and Lescroël, A. 2011. Libyan uprising may
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Grote, B., Hagen, W., Lipinski, M.R., Verheye, H.M.S.,
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Haley, C., Blamey, L., Atkinson, L. and Branch, G.M. 2011.
Dietary change of the rock lobster
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after an
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food availability. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science,
30: 160-170.
Helm, C., Wilson, G., Midgley, J.J., Kruger, L. and
Witkowski, E. 2011. Investigating the vulnerability of an
African savanna tree
Sclerocarya birrea
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and herbivory. Austral Ecology, 36: 10.
Hockey, P.A.R., Wanless, R.M. and von Brandis, R.
2011. Demographic resilience of territorial island birds to
extinction: the flightless Aldabra Rail
Dryolimnas (cuvieri)
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Hockey, P.A.R., Sirami, C., Ridley, M., Midgley, G.F. and
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South African birds: confounding signals from land use
and climate change present a challenge for attribution.
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Hoffmann, J.H.,Moran, V.C. andvanWilgen, B. 2011. Prospects
for the biological control of invasive
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