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    1. Wenny, DG
      Advantages of seed dispersal: A re-evaluation of directed dispersal

      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY RESEARCH
    2. Webb, CO; Peart, DR
      High seed dispersal rates in faunally intact tropical rain forest: theoretical and conservation implications

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    3. Gale, N; Hall, P
      Factors determining the modes of tree death in three Bornean rain forests

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    4. Lucking, R; Matzer, M
      High foliicolous lichen alpha-diversity on individual leaves in Costa Ricaand Amazonian Ecuador

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    5. Vandermeer, JH; Boucher, DH; de la Cerda, IG; Perfecto, I
      Growth and development of the thinning canopy in a post-hurricane tropicalrain forest in Nicaragua

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    6. Saenz, GP; Guariguata, MR
      Demographic response of tree juveniles to reduced-impact logging in a Costa Rican montane forest

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    7. Marchant, R; Behling, H; Berrio, JC; Cleef, A; Duivenvoorden, J; Hooghiemstra, H; Kuhry, P; Melief, B; Van Geel, B; Van der Hammen, T; Van Reenen, G; Wille, M
      Mid- to Late-Holocene pollen-based biome reconstructions for Colombia

      QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS
    8. Molino, JF; Sabatier, D
      Tree diversity in tropical rain forests: A validation of the intermediate disturbance hypothesis

      SCIENCE
    9. Colinvaux, PA; De Oliveira, PE
      Amazon plant diversity and climate through the Cenozoic

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    10. Brewer, SW; Webb, MAH
      Ignorant seed predators and factors affecting the seed survival of a tropical palm

      OIKOS
    11. Brewer, SW
      Predation and dispersal of large and small seeds of a tropical palm

      OIKOS
    12. Loik, ME; Holl, KD
      Photosynthetic responses of tree seedlings in grass and under shrubs in early-successional tropical old fields, Costa Rica

      OECOLOGIA
    13. Schnitzer, SA; Carson, WP
      Treefall gaps and the maintenance of species diversity in a tropical forest

      ECOLOGY
    14. Dalling, JW; Winter, K; Nason, JD; Hubbell, SP; Murawski, DA; Hamrick, JL
      The unusual life history of Alseis blackiana: A shade-persistent pioneer tree?

      ECOLOGY
    15. Montgomery, RA; Chazdon, RL
      Forest structure, canopy architecture, and light transmittance in tropicalwet forests

      ECOLOGY
    16. Bhat, DM; Murali, KS
      Phenology of understorey species of tropical moist forest of Western Ghatsregion of Uttara Kannada district in South India

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    17. Khurana, E; Singh, JS
      Ecology of tree seed and seedlings: Implications for tropical forest conservation and restoration

      CURRENT SCIENCE
    18. Rolim, SG; do Cuto, HTZ; de Jesus, RM
      Temporal fluctuations in the floristic composition of an Atlantic TropicalForest

      BIOTROPICA
    19. Condit, R; Watts, K; Bohlman, SA; Perez, R; Foster, RB; Hubbell, SP
      Quantifying the deciduousness of tropical forest canopies under varying climates

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    20. Densow, JS; Guzman, S
      Variation in stand structure, light and seedling abundance across a tropical moist forest chronosequence, Panama

      JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE
    21. De Souza-Mazurek, RR; Pedrinho, T; Feliciano, X; Hilario, W; Geroncio, S; Marcelo, E
      Subsistence hunting among the Waimiri Atroari Indians in central Amazonia,Brazil

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    22. Yu, JP; Dobson, FS
      Seven forms of rarity in mammals

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    23. Huth, A; Ditzer, T
      Simulation of the growth of a lowland Dipterocarp rain forest with FORMIX3

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    24. Colinvaux, PA; De Oliveira, PE
      Palaeoecology and climate of the Amazon basin during the last glacial cycle

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    25. Debski, I; Burslem, DFRP; Lamb, D
      Ecological processes maintaining differential tree species distributions in an Australian subtropical rain forest: implications for models of speciescoexistence

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    26. Puntillo, D; Bricaud, O; Serusiaux, E
      A further locality with foliicolous lichens in Italy, with taxonomical andecological data on foliicolous lichens in Western Europe

      CRYPTOGAMIE MYCOLOGIE
    27. Brokaw, N; Busing, RT
      Niche versus chance and tree diversity in forest gaps

      TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION
    28. Nadkarni, NM; Cobb, AR; Solano, R
      Interception and retention of macroscopic bryophyte fragments by branch substrates in a tropical cloud forest: an experimental and demographic approach

      OECOLOGIA
    29. Harms, KE; Wright, SJ; Calderon, O; Hernandez, A; Herre, EA
      Pervasive density-dependent recruitment enhances seedling diversity in a tropical forest

      NATURE
    30. Packer, A; Clay, K
      Soil pathogens and spatial patterns of seedling mortality in a temperate tree

      NATURE
    31. Paciorek, CJ; Condit, R; Hubbell, SP; Foster, RB
      The demographics of resprouting in tree and shrub species of a moist tropical forest

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    32. Schnitzer, SA; Dalling, JW; Carson, WP
      The impact of lianas on tree regeneration in tropical forest canopy gaps: evidence for an alternative pathway of gap-phase regeneration

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    33. He, FL; Duncan, RP
      Density-dependent effects on tree survival in an old-growth Douglas fir forest

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    34. Webb, CO; Peart, DR
      Habitat associations of trees and seedlings in a Bornean rain forest

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    35. Alvard, MS
      The potential for sustainable harvests by traditional Wana hunters in Morowali nature reserve, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

      HUMAN ORGANIZATION
    36. Jullien, M; Clobert, J
      The survival value of flocking in neotropical birds: Reality or fiction?

      ECOLOGY
    37. Robinson, WD; Brawn, JD; Robinson, SK
      Forest bird community structure in central Panama: Influence of spatial scale and biogeography

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    38. Wenny, DG
      Seed dispersal, seed predation, and seedling recruitment of a neotropical montane tree

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    39. Schulze, MD; Cordova, JL; Seavy, NE; Whitacre, DF
      Behavior, diet, and breeding biology of Double-toothed Kites at a Guatemalan lowland site

      CONDOR
    40. Ellis, AR; Hubbell, SP; Potvin, C
      In situ field measurements of photosynthetic rates of tropical tree species: a test of the functional group hypothesis

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    41. Gale, N
      The relationship between canopy gaps and topography in a western Ecuadorian rain forest

      BIOTROPICA
    42. Kwit, C; Platt, WJ; Slater, HH
      Post-hurricane regeneration of pioneer plant species in south Florida subtropical hardwood hammocks

      BIOTROPICA
    43. Barone, JA
      Comparison of herbivores and herbivory in the canopy and understory for two tropical tree species

      BIOTROPICA
    44. Webb, CO
      Exploring the phylogenetic structure of ecological communities: An examplefor rain forest trees

      AMERICAN NATURALIST
    45. Condit, R; Ashton, PS; Manokaran, N; LaFrankie, JV; Hubbell, SP; Foster, RB
      Dynamics of the forest communities at Pasoh and Barro Colorado: comparing two 50-ha plots

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    46. Julien-Laferriere, D
      Foraging strategies and food partitioning in the neotropical frugivorous mammals Caluromys philander and Potos flavus

      JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    47. Sanchez-Hidalgo, ME; Martinez-Ramos, M; Espinosa-Garcia, FJ
      Chemical differentiation between leaves of seedlings and spatially close adult trees from the tropical rainforest species Nectandra ambigens (Lauraceae): an alternative test of the Janzen-Connell model

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    48. Poorter, L
      Growth responses of 15 rain-forest tree species to a light gradient: the relative importance of morphological and physiological traits

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    49. Terborgh, J; Mathews, J
      Partitioning of the understorey light environment by two Amazonian treelets

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    50. Gale, N; Barfod, AS
      Canopy tree mode of death in a western Ecuadorian rain forest

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    51. Svenning, JC
      Recruitment of tall arborescent palms in the Yasuni National Park, Amazonian Ecuador: are large treefall gaps important?

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    52. Adis, J; Messner, B; Platnick, N
      Morphological structures and vertical distribution in the soil indicate facultative plastron respiration in Cryptocellus adisi (Arachnida, Ricinulei)from central Amazonia

      STUDIES ON NEOTROPICAL FAUNA AND ENVIRONMENT
    53. Messier, C; Doucet, R; Ruel, JC; Claveau, Y; Kelly, C; Lechowicz, MJ
      Functional ecology of advance regeneration in relation to light in boreal forests

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    54. Adis, J; Scheller, U; de Morais, JW; Rodrigues, JMG
      Abundance, species composition and phenology of Pauropoda (Myriapoda) froma secondary upland forest in Central Amazonia

      REVUE SUISSE DE ZOOLOGIE
    55. Vaughan, C; Weis, K
      Neotropical dry forest wildlife water hole use and management

      REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL
    56. Saenz, G; Finegan, B; Guariguata, M
      Sapling growth and mortality of seven tree species in an altered very moist tropical forest, Costa Rica

      REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL
    57. Arita, HT; Figueroa, F
      Geographic patterns of body-mass diversity in Mexican mammals

      OIKOS
    58. Kursar, TA; Coley, PD
      Contrasting modes of light acclimation in two species of the rainforest understory

      OECOLOGIA
    59. Aguilera, M
      Population ecology of Proechimys guairae (Rodentia : Echwiyidae)

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    60. King, DA; Maindonald, JH
      Tree architecture in relation to leaf dimensions and tree stature in temperate and tropical rain forests

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    61. Givnish, TJ
      On the causes of gradients in tropical tree diversity

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    62. Penfold, GC; Lamb, D
      Species co-existence in an Australian subtropical rain forest: evidence for compensatory mortality

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    63. Svenning, JC
      Microhabitat specialization in a species-rich palm community in Amazonian Ecuador

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    64. Scariot, A
      Forest fragmentation effects on palm diversity in central Amazonia

      JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    65. Gaston, KJ; Blackburn, TM; Gregory, RD
      Does variation in census area confound density comparisons?

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY
    66. Jennings, SB; Brown, ND; Sheil, D
      Assessing forest canopies and understorey illumination: canopy closure, canopy cover and other measures

      FORESTRY
    67. Matos, DMS; Freckleton, RP; Watkinson, AR
      The role of density dependence in the population dynamics of a tropical palm

      ECOLOGY
    68. Webb, CO; Peart, DR
      Seedling density dependence promotes coexistence of Bornean rain forest trees

      ECOLOGY
    69. Paz, H; Mazer, SJ; Martinez-Ramos, M
      Seed mass, seedling emergence, and environmental factors in seven rain forest Psychotria (Rubiaceae)

      ECOLOGY
    70. Kobe, RK
      Light gradient partitioning among tropical tree species through differential seedling mortality and growth

      ECOLOGY
    71. Tobin, MF; Lopez, OR; Kursar, TA
      Responses of tropical understory plants to a severe drought: Tolerance andavoidance of water stress

      BIOTROPICA
    72. Mack, AL; Ickes, K; Jessen, JH; Kennedy, B; Sinclair, JR
      Ecology of Aglaia mackiana (Meliaceae) seedlings in a New Guinea rain forest

      BIOTROPICA
    73. Svenning, JC; Magard, E
      Population ecology and conservation status of the last natural population of English yew Taxus baccata in Denmark

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    74. Cofre, H; Marquet, PA
      Conservation status, rarity, and geographic priorities for conservation ofChilean mammals: an assessment

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    75. MANSON RH; OSTFELD RS; CANHAM CD
      THE EFFECTS OF TREE SEED AND SEEDLING DENSITY ON PREDATION RATES BY RODENTS IN OLD FIELDS

      Ecoscience
    76. AREVALO JR; FERNANDEZPALACIOS JM
      TREEFALL GAP CHARACTERISTICS AND REGENERATION IN THE LAUREL FOREST OFTENERIFE

      Journal of vegetation science
    77. ALVARD MS
      EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY AND RESOURCE CONSERVATION

      Evolutionary anthropology
    78. KING DA
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CROWN ARCHITECTURE AND BRANCH ORIENTATION IN RAIN-FOREST TREES

      Annals of botany (Print)
    79. FRAVER S; BROKAW NVL; SMITH AP
      DELIMITING THE GAP PHASE IN THE GROWTH-CYCLE OF A PANAMANIAN FOREST

      Journal of tropical ecology
    80. VANDERMEER PJ; STERCK FJ; BONGERS F
      TREE SEEDLING PERFORMANCE IN CANOPY GAPS IN A TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST ATNOURAGUES, FRENCH-GUIANA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    81. WEBB EL
      GAP-PHASE REGENERATION IN SELECTIVELY LOGGED LOWLAND SWAMP FOREST, NORTHEASTERN COSTA-RICA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    82. CLARK KL; NADKARNI NM; SCHAEFER D; GHOLZ HL
      ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION AND NET RETENTION OF IONS BY THE CANOPY IN A TROPICAL MONTANE FOREST, MONTEVERDE, COSTA-RICA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    83. KURSAR TA
      RELATING TREE PHYSIOLOGY TO PAST AND FUTURE CHANGES IN TROPICAL RAIN-FOREST TREE COMMUNITIES

      Climatic change
    84. CONDIT R
      ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF CHANGES IN DROUGHT PATTERNS - SHIFTS IN FOREST COMPOSITION IN PANAMA

      Climatic change
    85. Blundell, AG; Peart, DR
      Distance-dependence in herbivory and foliar condition for juvenile Shorea trees in Bornean dipterocarp rain forest

      OECOLOGIA
    86. DALLING JW; HUBBELL SP; SILVERA K
      SEED DISPERSAL, SEEDLING ESTABLISHMENT AND GAP PARTITIONING AMONG TROPICAL PIONEER TREES

      Journal of Ecology
    87. DOLIGEZ A; BARIL C; JOLY HI
      FINE-SCALE SPATIAL GENETIC-STRUCTURE WITH NONUNIFORM DISTRIBUTION OF INDIVIDUALS

      Genetics
    88. Whittaker, RJ; Schmitt, SF; Jones, SH; Partomihardjo, T; Bush, MB
      Stand biomass and tree mortality from permanent forest plots on Krakatau, Indonesia, 1989-1995

      BIOTROPICA
    89. Mack, AL
      The potential impact of small-scale physical disturbance on seedlings in apapuan rainforest

      BIOTROPICA
    90. Bullock, SH; Martijena, NE
      Growth and reproduction in forest trees of the cactus Opuntia excelsa

      BIOTROPICA
    91. CONDIT R; SUKUMAR R; HUBBELL SP; FOSTER RB
      PREDICTING POPULATION TRENDS FROM SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS - A DIRECT TEST IN A TROPICAL TREE COMMUNITY

      The American naturalist
    92. MAYER AL; PIMM SL
      TROPICAL RAIN-FORESTS - DIVERSITY BEGETS DIVERSITY

      Current biology
    93. TUOMISTO H; RUOKOLAINEN K
      THE ROLE OF ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE IN EXPLAINING BIOGEOGRAPHY AND BIODIVERSITY IN AMAZONIA

      Biodiversity and conservation
    94. KUBOTA Y
      DEMOGRAPHIC TRAITS OF UNDERSTORY TREES AND POPULATION-DYNAMICS OF A PICEA-ABIES FOREST IN TAISETSUZAN NATIONAL-PARK, NORTHERN JAPAN

      Ecological research
    95. DOBSON FS; SMITH AT; YU JP
      STATIC AND TEMPORAL STUDIES OF RARITY

      Conservation biology
    96. NASCIMENTO MT; PROCTOR J
      POPULATION-DYNAMICS OF 5 TREE SPECIES IN A MONODOMINANT PELTOGYNE-FOREST AND 2 OTHER FOREST TYPES ON MARACA-ISLAND, RORAIMA, BRAZIL

      Forest ecology and management
    97. WHITMAN AA; BROKAW NVL; HAGAN JM
      FOREST DAMAGE CAUSED BY SELECTION LOGGING OF MAHOGANY (SWIETENIA-MACROPHYLLA) IN NORTHERN BELIZE

      Forest ecology and management
    98. KING DA; LEIGH EG; CONDIT R; FOSTER RB; HUBBELL SP
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN BRANCH SPACING, GROWTH-RATE AND LIGHT IN TROPICAL FOREST SAPLINGS

      Functional ecology
    99. CINTRA R
      A TEST OF THE JANZEN-CONNELL MODEL WITH 2 COMMON TREE SPECIES IN AMAZONIAN FOREST

      Journal of tropical ecology
    100. ADIS J; SCHELLER U; DEMORAIS JW; CONDE B; RODRIGUES JMG
      ON THE ABUNDANCE AND PHENOLOGY OF PALPIGRADI (ARACHNIDA) FROM CENTRALAMAZONIAN UPLAND FORESTS

      The Journal of arachnology


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