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  • Peter Bernhardt
    Dear Jennifer: Three papers in this journal may be of interest to members. I have not seen the volume yet. It was sent by a friend who keeps a sort of daily
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      Dear Jennifer:

      Three papers in this journal may be of interest to members.  I have not seen the volume yet.  It was sent by a friend who keeps a sort of daily blog on scientific journals.

      Peter  

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      From: Neal Smith <smithn@...>
      Date: Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 12:59 PM
      Subject: Naturwissenschaften Volume 96, Number 2 / February, 2009
      To: Smithn@...




      Ozone risk for crops and pastures in present and future climates
      Jürg Fuhrer 
       173-194
       



      Hesitation behaviour of hoverflies Sphaerophoria spp. to avoid ambush by crab spiders
      Tomoyuki Yokoi and Kenji Fujisaki 
       195-200
       



      Pre- and post-hatch trophic egg production in the subsocial burrower bug, Canthophorus niveimarginatus (Heteroptera: Cydnidae)
      Lisa Filippi, Narumi Baba, Koichi Inadomi, Takao Yanagi, Mantaro Hironaka and Shintaro Nomakuchi 
       201-211
       


      (THIS IS LIKELY TO BE TRICKY. "nest should come after bumblebee for better understanding!!!)
      How floral odours are learned inside the bumblebee ( Bombus terrestris ) nest
      Mathieu Molet, Lars Chittka and Nigel E. Raine 
       213-219
       



      Bird pollination of Canary Island endemic plants
      Jeff Ollerton, Louise Cranmer, Ralph J. Stelzer, Steve Sullivan and Lars Chittka 
       221-232
       



      New material of the enigmatic reptile Khurendukhosaurus (Diapsida: Choristodera) from Mongolia
      Ryoko Matsumoto, Shigeru Suzuki, Khisigjav Tsogtbaatar and Susan E. Evans 
       233-242
       


       

      Evidence of behavioral co-option from context-dependent variation in mandible use in trap-jaw ants ( Odontomachus spp.) Joseph C. Spagna, Adam Schelkopf, Tiana Carrillo and Andrew V. Suarez 
       243-250
       
       


      (I would have thought when they know where it is, but a Wiltschko on a paper will settle that!!!)
      Point of decision: when do pigeons decide to head home?
      Ingo Schiffner and Roswitha Wiltschko 
       251-258
       



      Female feeding regime and polyandry in the nuptially feeding nursery web spider, Pisaura mirabilis
      Pavol Prokop and Michael R. Maxwell 
       259-265 
       
       


       
      Preservation of ancient DNA in thermally damaged archaeological bone
      Claudio Ottoni, Hannah E. C. Koon, Matthew J. Collins, Kirsty E. H. Penkman, Olga Rickards and Oliver E. Craig 
       



      Sustainable global energy supply based on lignocellulosic biomass from afforestation of degraded areas
      Jürgen O. Metzger and Aloys Hüttermann 
       279-288
       



      A giant termite from the Late Miocene of Styria, Austria (Isoptera)
      Michael S. Engel and Martin Gross 
       289-295
       
       


      The energetic costs of stereotyped behavior in the paper wasp, Polistes dominulus
      Susan A. Weiner, William A. Woods and Philip T. Starks 
       297-302
       


      (GUESS??)
      Active oxygen doctors the evidence
      Ana Castelló, Francesc Francès, Dolores Corella and Fernando Verdú 
       303-307
       
       


      (I thought that this was well known - apparently I am wrong?)
      Octanoic acid confers to royal jelly varroa-repellent properties
      Francesco Nazzi, Renzo Bortolomeazzi, Giorgio Della Vedova, Fabio Del Piccolo, Desiderato Annoscia and Norberto Milani 
       309-314
       
       



      Scent of a queen—cuticular hydrocarbons specific for female reproductives in lower termites
      Tobias Weil, Katharina Hoffmann, Johannes Kroiss, Erhard Strohm and Judith Korb
       

       

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