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19 September 2017

The Same Pesticides Linked to Bee Declines Might Also Threaten Birds [Audubon]

Neonicotinoids are washing off of their host seeds and into water bodies—threatening not just aquatic insects but the birds that rely on them.

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19 September 2017

Scientists show molecular basis for ants acting as ’bodyguards’ for plants [Phys]

Though you might not think of ants as formidable bodyguards, some do an impressive job protecting plants from enemies. Now, scientists at the University of Toronto (U of T) have determined what makes some better bodyguards than others.

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19 September 2017

Sex and aggression linked in male mouse brains but not in female [New Scientist]

Aggression and sexual behaviour are controlled by the same brain cells in male mice – but not in females. The finding suggests that males are more likely to become aggressive when they see a potential mate than females.

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18 September 2017

New study contradicts assumption that true frogs diversified as they expanded their range around globe [Phys]

New research from the University of Kansas appearing in Royal Society Biology Letters shows, in contrast to expectations, "the rapid global range expansion of true frogs was not associated with increased net-diversification."

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18 September 2017

Habitat-matching dispersal facilitates local adaptation [The Molecular Ecologist]

Our study demonstrates how the behaviours underlying dispersal—random versus active habitat choice movement—can shift the effects of gene flow from constraining to facilitating local adaptation.

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