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AN ECOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION OF EUROPEAN DROSOPHILA SPECIES.SHORROCKS B.1977; OECOLOGIA; ALLEM.; DA. 1977; VOL. 26; NO 4; PP. 335-345; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

THE DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF WOODLAND SPECIES OF BRITISH DROSOPHILA (DIPTERA: DROSOPHILIDAE). = DISTRIBUTION ET ABONDANCE DES ESPECES FORESTIERES DE D. BRITANNIQUES (DI.: DR.)SHORROCKS B.1975; J. ANIMAL ECOL.; G.B.; DA. 1975; VOL. 44; NO 3; PP. 851-864; BIBL. 1 P.Article

Competition on a divided and ephemeral resource : a cage experimentSHORROCKS, B.Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 1991, Vol 43, Num 3, pp 211-220, issn 0024-4066Article

COMPETITION ON A DIVIDED AND EPHEMERAL RESOURCE: A SIMULATION MODELATKINSON WD; SHORROCKS B.1981; J. ANIM. ECOL.; ISSN 0021-8790; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 50; NO 2; PP. 461-471; BIBL. 36 REF.Article

BREEDING SITE SPECIFICITY IN THE DOMESTIC SPECIES OF DROSOPHILA.ATKINSON W; SHORROCKS B.1977; OECOLOGIA; ALLEM.; DA. 1977; VOL. 29; NO 3; PP. 223-232; BIBL. 19 REF.Article

A MODEL OF COMPETITION.SHORROCKS B; BEGON M.1975; OECOLOGIA; ALLEM.; DA. 1975; VOL. 20; NO 4; PP. 363-367; BIBL. 4 REF.Article

THE UTILIZATION OF NATURALLY OCCURRING YEASTS BY DROSOPHILA SPECIES, USING CHEMICALLY DEFINED SUBSTRATESKEARNEY JN; SHORROCKS B.1981; BIOL. J. LINN. SOC.; ISSN 0024-4066; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 15; NO 1; PP. 39-56; BIBL. 28 REF.Article

A FIELD STUDY OF THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN THE STINKHORN PHALLUS IMPUDICUS PERS. AND THE BRITISH FUNGAL-BREEDING DROSOPHILASHORROCKS B; CHARLESWORTH P.1982; BIOL. J. LINN. SOC.; ISSN 0024-4066; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 17; NO 3; PP. 307-318; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

THE FEEDING- AND BREEDING-SITES OF DROSOPHILA OBSCURA FALLEN AND D. SUBOBSCURA COLLIN.BEGON M; SHORROCKS B.1978; J. NAT. HIST.; GBR; DA. 1978; VOL. 12; NO 2; PP. 137-151; BIBL. 1 P. 1/2Article

COMPETITION ON A DIVIDED AND EPHEMERAL RESOURCESHORROCKS B; ATKINSON W; CHARLESWORTH P et al.1979; J. ANIMAL ECOL.; GBR; DA. 1979; VOL. 48; NO 3; PP. 899-908; BIBL. 34 REF.Article

The problem with zeroes : why don't drosophilids lay eggs ?SHORROCKS, B; BINGLEY, M.Oecologia. 1990, Vol 85, Num 1, pp 150-152, issn 0029-8549Article

Guild size in drosophilids: a simulation modelSHORROCKS, B; ROSEWELL, J.Journal of animal ecology. 1986, Vol 55, Num 2, pp 527-541, issn 0021-8790Article

Aggregation of larval diptera over discrete and ephemeral breeding sites: the implications for coexistenceATKINSON, W. D; SHORROCKS, B.The American naturalist. 1984, Vol 124, Num 3, pp 336-351, issn 0003-0147Article

Priority effects and species coexistence: experiments with fungal-breeding DrosophilaSHORROCKS, B; BINGLEY, M.Journal of animal ecology. 1994, Vol 63, Num 4, pp 799-806, issn 0021-8790Article

The implication of survival rates in natural populations of Drosophila: capture-recapture experiments on domestic speciesROSEWELL, J; SHORROCKS, B.Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 1987, Vol 32, Num 4, pp 373-384, issn 0024-4066Article

Competitionn on a divided and ephemeral resource: testing the assumptions. II, AssociationSHORROCKS, B; ROSEWELL, J; EDWARDS, K et al.Journal of animal ecology. 1990, Vol 59, Num 3, pp 1003-1017, issn 0021-8790Article

Aggregation does prevent competitive exclusion: a response to Green. ReplySHORROCKS, B; ROSEWELL, J; GREEN, R. F et al.The American naturalist. 1988, Vol 131, Num 5, pp 765-773, issn 0003-0147Article

Interspecific competition is not a major organizing force in many insect communitiesSHORROCKS, B; ROSEWELL, J; EDWARDS, K et al.Nature (London). 1984, Vol 310, Num 5975, pp 310-312, issn 0028-0836Article

A graphical method for analysing the dynamics of three-species systemsSHORROCKS, B; DYTHAM, C; LENNON, J et al.Oecologia. 1997, Vol 111, Num 4, pp 529-534, issn 0029-8549Article

Competition on a divided and ephemeral resource: testing the assumptions. I, AggregationROSEWELL, J; SHORROCKS, B; EDWARDS, K et al.Journal of animal ecology. 1990, Vol 59, Num 3, pp 977-1001, issn 0021-8790Article

The fractal dimension of lichens and the distribution of arthropod body lengthsSHORROCKS, B; MARSTERS, J; WARD, I et al.Functional ecology (Print). 1991, Vol 5, Num 4, pp 457-460, issn 0269-8463Article

Differences in male courtship song among the species of the quinaria group of DrosophilaNEEMS, R. M; DOOHER, K; BUTLIN, R. K et al.Journal of insect behavior. 1997, Vol 10, Num 2, pp 237-246, issn 0892-7553Article

Individualistic species responses invalidate simple physiological models of community dynamics under global environmental changeDAVIS, A. J; LAWTON, J. H; SHORROCKS, B et al.Journal of animal ecology. 1998, Vol 67, Num 4, pp 600-612, issn 0021-8790Article

Making mistakes when predicting shifts in species range in response to global warmingDAVIS, A. J; JENKINSON, L. S; LAWTON, J. H et al.Nature (London). 1998, Vol 391, Num 6669, pp 783-786, issn 0028-0836Article

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