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  1. An empirical, cross-taxon evaluation of landscape-scale connectivity
  2. Adaptive responses of animals to climate change are most likely insufficient
  3. Ecological quality and conservation status of inland waters
  4. Stakeholder discourse and opinion towards a charismatic non‐native lizard species: Potential invasive problem or a welcome addition?
  5. Urban freshwaters, biodiversity, and human health and well-being: Setting an interdisciplinary research agenda
  6. Individuality of foraging behaviour in a short-ranging benthic marine predator: incidence and implications
  7. Wing shape patterns among urban, suburban, and rural populations of Ischnura elegans (Odonata: Coenagrionidae)
  8. Climate-induced phenological shifts in a Batesian mimicry complex
  9. Not All Green Space Is Created Equal: Biodiversity Predicts Psychological Restorative Benefits From Urban Green Space
  10. The spatial ecology of phytoplankton blooms in UK canals
  11. The functional response and resilience in small waterbodies along land-use and environmental gradients
  12. A bird’s eye view over ecosystem services in Natura 2000 sites across Europe
  13. New policy directions for global pond conservation
  14. Community heterogeneity of aquatic macroinvertebrates in urban ponds at a multi-city scale
  15. Environmental noise reduces predation rate in an aquatic invertebrate
  16. UV Radiation Is Associated With Latitudinal Trends in Cognitive Ability of White Children in the USA
  17. Incorporating intraspecific trait variation into functional diversity: Impacts of selective logging on birds in Borneo
  18. Institutional and technological barriers to the use of open educational resources (OERs) in physiology and medical education
  19. Effects of the urban heat island on the phenology of Odonata in London, UK
  20. Antagonistic effects of biological invasion and environmental warming on detritus processing in freshwater ecosystems
  21. Parthenogenesis did not consistently evolve in insular populations ofIschnura hastata(Odonata, Coenagrionidae)
  22. Population-level variation in senescence suggests an important role for temperature in an endangered mollusc
  23. Phenological shifts in hoverflies (Diptera: Syrphidae): linking measurement and mechanism
  24. Urban ponds as an aquatic biodiversity resource in modified landscapes
  25. A bee or not a bee: an experimental test of acoustic mimicry by hoverflies
  26. Dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata) in urban ecosystems: A review
  27. Comparison of a native and a non-native insular reptile species
  28. Odonata as candidate macroecological barometers for global climate change
  29. Directions in dragonfly applied ecology and conservation science
  30. Strong geographical variation in wing aspect ratio of a damselfly,Calopteryx maculata(Odonata: Zygoptera)
  31. Live fast, die old: no evidence of reproductive senescence or costs of mating in a damselfly (Odonata: Zygoptera)
  32. Increasing Diversity in Emerging Non-religious Communities
  33. Stormwater ponds can contain comparable biodiversity to unmanaged wetlands in urban areas
  34. Poor ecological quality of urban ponds in northern England: causes and consequences
  35. Mean Annual Precipitation Explains Spatiotemporal Patterns of Cenozoic Mammal Beta Diversity and Latitudinal Diversity Gradients in North America
  36. Continental variation in wing pigmentation inCalopteryxdamselflies is related to the presence of heterospecifics
  37. The Relationship between Morphological and Behavioral Mimicry in Hover Flies (Diptera: Syrphidae)
  38. The ecology and biodiversity of urban ponds
  39. Bergmann's rule is maintained during a rapid range expansion in a damselfly
  40. Disruptive camouflage impairs object recognition
  41. Field estimates of survival do not reflect ratings of mimetic similarity in wasp-mimicking hover flies
  42. Species with a chemical defence, but not chemical offence, live longer
  43. Time stress and temperature explain continental variation in damselfly body size
  44. Less common damselfly species tend to have more parasites
  45. A comparative analysis of the evolution of imperfect mimicry
  46. Temporal dynamics of aquatic communities and implications for pond conservation
  47. Self-archiving for open access in ecology and evolutionary biology
  48. Statistical inference and spatial patterns in correlates of IQ
  49. Environmental correlates of plant and invertebrate species richness in ponds
  50. Field estimates of reproductive success in a model insect: behavioural surrogates are poor predictors of fitness
  51. Predicting the distributions of under-recorded Odonata using species distribution models
  52. Study design and mark-recapture estimates of dispersal: a case study with the endangered damselfly Coenagrion mercuriale
  53. A comparative analysis of senescence in adult damselflies and dragonflies (Odonata)
  54. Phenology determines seasonal variation in ectoparasite loads in a natural insect population
  55. Empirical evidence of senescence in adult damselflies (Odonata: Zygoptera)
  56. Accounting for recorder effort in the detection of range shifts from historical data
  57. Variation in morphology between core and marginal populations of three British damselflies
  58. Latitudinal variation in morphology in two sympatric damselfly species with contrasting range dynamics (odonata: coenagrionidae)
  59. Climate change interferes with our use of animals to judge water quality
  60. The effects of environmental warming on Odonata: a review
  61. Wings of Coenagrion puella vary in shape at the northern range margin
  62. British dragonflies are emerging earlier in the year under climate change