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Effects of grazing intensity on forage nutritive value of dominant grass species in Borana rangelands of Southern Ethiopia https://t.co/1Uqtyh9PHT @thePeerJ https://t.co/x28u9SSntY

Crunchant et al. @LJMU @ucl examine vocal communication in wild chimpanzees and present a call rate study - https://t.co/CvF3e1gN9u #AnimalBehavior #Anthropology #Conservation https://t.co/PiVjpSwWWO

A noteworthy case of rewilding Chinese yew from a garden population in eastern China Published in PeerJ Life & Environment - https://t.co/C6pJCwdF8M #Conservation #Ecology #PlantSci https://t.co/cKXqIJpyI5

Do you have bulk samples where large organisms overshadow the smaller and more rare specimens? Gotcha! Check our new paper on "pooling size sorted #Malaise trap fractions to maximize taxon recovery w/ #metabarcoding" https://t.co/EJp89iLZyF Thanks @VascoElbrecht & @Leibniz_LIB

Pikus et al. @UniWarszawski examine the urbanization processes drive divergence at the major histocompatibility complex in a common #waterbird Read the full @PeerJLife article https://t.co/gBA2Y2Sbl6 #Ecology #Genetics #Zoology https://t.co/oCIU0rvYl4

Anthropogenic transformations of river ecosystems are not always bad for the environment: Multi-taxa analyses of changes in aquatic and terrestrial environment.... PeerJ. https://t.co/bxwrSWz5uX

Evolutionary drivers of the hump-shaped latitudinal gradient of benthic polychaete species richness along the Southeastern Pacific coast Read the full article https://t.co/9IBiteBOkk #Annelida #Biogeography #Macroecology https://t.co/NzmiaBcfqh

C3 plant isotopic variability in a boreal mixed woodland: implications for bison and other herbivores https://t.co/XNdf2NgNv1 @thePeerJ https://t.co/FwTMVv6btJ