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Guided by the light: Roost choice and behaviour of urban Rainbow Lorikeets (Trichoglossus haematodus)

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Biologically informed ecological niche models for an example pelagic, highly mobile species

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Mechanistic and Correlative Models of Ecological Niches

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Global analysis of threat status reveals higher extinction risk in tropical than in temperate bird sister species

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New records of invasive Parakeet hybrids in Spain. A great opportunity to apply the rapid response mechanism

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Tardigrades as potential bioindicators in biological wastewater treatment plants

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Seasonal changes in avian communities living in an extensively used farmland of Western Poland

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On the methodology of feeding ecology in fish

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Pushing back the baseline: a novel approach to detect long-term changes in terrestrial faunal abundance using historical qualitative descriptions

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Diatom and microarthropod communities of three airfields in Estonia – their differences and similarities and possible linkages to airfield properties

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