AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
L. N. Joseph, Field, S. A., Wilcox, C., Possingham, H. P.2006Presence-absence versus abundance data for monitoring threatened species
G. Ponce-Santizo, Andresen, E., Cano, E., Cuaron, A. D.2006Primary dispersal of seeds by primates and secondary dispersal by dung beetles in Tikal, Guatemala
K. Vulinec, Lambert, J. E., Mellow, D. J.2006Primate and dung beetle communities in secondary growth rain forests: implications for conservation of seed dispersal systems
A. P. Moczek2006Pupal remodeling and the development and evolution of sexual dimorphism in horned beetles
J. M. Lobo, Hortal, J., Cabrero-Sanudo, F. - J.2006Regional and local influence of grazing activity on the diversity of a semi-arid dung beetle community
J. Noriega, Solis, C., Quintero, I., Perez, L. Gabriel, Garcia, H. Gabriel, Ospino, D. Agusto2006Registro continental de Digitonthophagus gazella (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) en Colombia
H. L. Vasconcelos, Vieira-Neto, E. H. M., Mundim, F. M., Bruna, E. M.2006Roads alter the colonization dynamics of a keystone herbivore in neotropical savannas
S. Spector2006Scarabaeine Dung Beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae): An Invertebrate Focal Taxon for Biodiversity Research and Conservation
J. C. Pomfret, Knell R. J.2006Sexual selection and horn allometry in the dung beetle Euoniticelus intermedius
N. C. Caceres, Monteiro-Filho E. L. A.2006The action of post-dispersal beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) and ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) on scats of Didelphis spp. (Mammalia: Didelphidae)
C. _M. -Filho2006The action of post-dispersal beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) and ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) on scats of Didelphis spp. (Mammalia: Didelphidae)
J. R. Verdu, Arellano, L., Numa, C.2006Thermoregulation in endothermic dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae): effect of body size and ecophysiological constraints in flight
M. G. Radtke, Da Fonseca, C. R. V., Williamson, G. B.2006Volume as a predictor for biomass: Equations for neotropical scarabaeidae
J. C. Schuster, Cano E. B.2006What can Scarabaeoidea contribute to the knowledge of the biogeography of Guatemala?
R. Hegedus, Horvath, A., Horvath, G.2006Why do dusk-active cockchafers detect polarization in the green? The polarization vision in Melolontha melolontha is tuned to the high polarized intensity of downwelling light under canopies during sunset


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