Male cleaner wrasses adjust punishment of female partners according to the stakes

Raihani N.J., Pinto A.I., Grutter A.S., Wismer S., Bshary R.  2012.  Male cleaner wrasses adjust punishment of female partners according to the stakes. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 279:365-370.

The effects of parasites on the early life stages of a damselfish

Sun D., Blomberg S.P., Cribb T.H., McCormick M.I., Grutter A.S.  2012.  The effects of parasites on the early life stages of a damselfish. Coral Reefs. 31:1065-1075.

Global in scope and regionally rich: an IndiSeas workshop helps shape the future of marine ecosystem indicators

Shin Y.J., Bundy A., Shannon L.J., Blanchard J.L., Chuenpagdee R., Coll M., Knight B., Lynam C., Piet G., Richardson A.J.  2012.  Global in scope and regionally rich: an IndiSeas workshop helps shape the future of marine ecosystem indicators. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 22:835-845.

Response to Comments on "Productivity Is a Poor Predictor of Plant Species Richness"

Grace J.B., Adler P.B., Seabloom E.W., Borer E.T., Hillebrand H., Hautier Y., Hector A., Harpole W.S., O'Halloran L.R., Anderson T.M., Bakker J.D., Brown C.S., Buckley Y.M., Collins S.L., Cottingham K.L., Crawley M.J., Damschen E.I., Davies K.F., DeCrappeo N.M., Fay P.A., Firn J., Gruner D.S., Hagenah N., Jin V.L., Kirkman K.P., Knops J.MH., La Pierre K.J., Lambrinos J.G., Melbourne B.A., Mitchell C.E., Moore J.L., Morgan J.W., Orrock J.L., Prober S.M., Stevens C.J., Wragg P.D., Yang L.H.  2012.  Response to Comments on "Productivity Is a Poor Predictor of Plant Species Richness". Science. 335

Fishing down a Caribbean food web relaxes trophic cascades

Mumby P.J., Steneck R.S., Edwards A.J., Ferrari R., Coleman R., Harborne A.R., Gibson J.P.  2012.  Fishing down a Caribbean food web relaxes trophic cascades. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 445:13-24.

Report of the Independent Scientific Audit of Marine Parks in New South Wales

Beeton R.JS., Buxton C.D., Cutbush G.C., Fairweather P.G., Johnston E.L., Ryan R.  2012.  Report of the Independent Scientific Audit of Marine Parks in New South Wales. :1-124.

Male spotted bowerbirds propagate fruit for use in their sexual display

Madden J.R., Dingle C., Isden J., Sparteld J., Goldizen A.W., Endler J.A.  2012.  Male spotted bowerbirds propagate fruit for use in their sexual display. Current Biology. 22:R264-R265.

Integrating climate and ocean change vulnerability into conservation planning

McLeod E., Green A., Game E., Anthony K., Cinner J., Heron S.F., Kleypas J., Lovelock C.E., Pandolfi J.M., Pressey R.L., Salm R., Schill S., Woodroffe C.  2012.  Integrating climate and ocean change vulnerability into conservation planning. Coastal Management. 40:651-672.

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