Latest Population ecology Stories
In addition to the stresses placed on amphibians, or perhaps because of them, they are now more likely to succumb to debilitating infectious diseases.
Humans spend greater than 90 percent of their time indoors, but we're never alone there.
Researchers have found that bird species with multiple plumage color forms within in the same population, evolve into new species faster than those with only one color form, confirming a 60 year-old evolution theory.
Battles of sexes shown to spur adaptive sex differences
Two Bucknell professors have received a U.S.
With 6.7 million bats already dead, scientists believe the fast-spreading disease called White-nose Syndrome could lead to the extinction of some species. Lewisburg,
A new report released Monday says a European fungus is responsible for the deaths of millions of bats in the United States and Canada.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said on Tuesday that the death toll for bats in North America that have suffered from White-nose Syndrome has exceeded 5.5 million.
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