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Urban noise influences vocalization structure in the House Wren Troglodytes aedon
Urban habitats are noisy and constrain acoustic communication in birds. We analysed the effect of anthropogenic noise on the vocalization characteristics of House Wrens Troglodytes aedon at two sites with different noise ...
Feeding effectiveness of Megaphobema mesomelas (Araneae, Theraphosidae) on two prey types
Prey selection is essential for individual fitness; therefore, it would be expected that a predator would select prey of a higher rank (energy/time) when exposed to prey of differing quality. In this paper, we compare the ...
The forgotten habitats in conservation: early successional vegetation
Conservation efforts in terrestrial environments have focused on preserving patches of natural habitats and restoring disturbed habitats, with the main goal of transforming them into forests or habitats that resemble the ...