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Spatial variation in water loss predicts terrestrial salamander distribution and population dynamics

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May 9, 2014

William E Peterman, Raymond D Semlitsch

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Many patterns observed in ecology, such as species richness, life history variation, habitat use, and distribution have physiological underpinnings. For many ectothermic organisms temperature relations shape these patterns, but for terrestrial amphibians, water balance may supersede tem...read more

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Spatial variation in water loss predicts terrestrial salamander distribution and population dynamics

bioRxiv

May 9, 2014

William E Peterman, Raymond D Semlitsch

PMID: 990004986

DOI: 10.1101/004986

Abstract

Many patterns observed in ecology, such as species richness, life history variation, habitat use, and distribution have physiological underpinnings. For many ectothermic organisms temperature relations shape these patterns, but for terrestrial amphibians, water balance may supersede tem...read more

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Amphibians
Juvenile Hormones
Species
Physiological Aspects
Shapes
Spatial Distribution
Study
Ecological Momentary Assessment
Patterns
5

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