November 13, 2019

Syntheses and Perspectives

The Synthesis and Perspectives section publishes re-evaluations designed to move fields of ecology, evolution, and behavior forward.

Dormancy in Metacommunities
Nathan I. Wisnoski, Mathew A. Leibold, and Jay T. Lennon

Open Access
A Practical Guide to the Study of Distribution Limits
Yvonne Willi and Josh Van Buskirk

Nighttime Ecology: The “Nocturnal Problem” Revisited
Kevin J. Gaston

Animal Coloration Patterns: Linking Spatial Vision to Quantitative Analysis
Mary Caswell Stoddard and Daniel Osorio

Toward Understanding the Repeated Occurrence of Associations between Melanin-Based Coloration and Multiple Phenotypes
Luis M. San-Jose and Alexandre Roulin

Fifty Years of Mountain Passes: A Perspective on Dan Janzen’s Classic Article
Kimberly S. Sheldon, Raymond B. Huey, Michael Kaspari, and Nathan J. Sanders

Open Access
Coupling, Reinforcement, and Speciation
Roger K. Butlin and Carole M. Smadja

Theoretical Approaches in Evolutionary Ecology: Environmental Feedback as a Unifying Perspective
Sébastien Lion
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Mechanisms of Assortative Mating in Speciation with Gene Flow: Connecting Theory and Empirical Research
Michael Kopp, Maria R. Servedio, Tamra C. Mendelson, Rebecca J. Safran, Rafael L. Rodríguez, Mark E. Hauber, Elizabeth C. Scordato, Laurel B. Symes, Christopher N. Balakrishnan, David M. Zonana, and G. Sander van Doorn

See for details and submission instructions. A short proposal is required for Syntheses and Perspectives; it will be given full and constructive attention.

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