16 April 2018
Celebrating outstanding papers across the Society's five journals.
Understanding the role of hoverfly pollination.
28 March 2018
Increased wood formation in plants is strongly linked to increased drought stress resistance.
27 March 2018
How can small changes in the climate have big impacts on forest health?
21 March 2018
Seaweeds create a chemical microenvironment at their surface, providing refuge for calcifying organisms that are at risk from decreasing oceanic pH.
Researchers studied the behaviour of wild southern pied babblers, which live in family groups of up to 14 in the Kalahari Desert in South Africa.
16 March 2018
To reduce the effects of cold weather on Eurasian woodcock, shooting should be restricted before energy reserves are depleted
14 March 2018
Researchers have found that the rare European barbastelle bats sneak up on unsuspecting moths by gradually emitting ever fainter calls as they come closer.
13 March 2018
Urban trees can survive increased heat and insect pests fairly well – unless they are thirsty.
07 March 2018
In this long-term study, ecologists monitored the health status of spotted hyena and the risk of infection with canine distemper virus.
06 March 2018
Patagonia may lose its only native bumblebee species due to invasions by alien bee species sanctioned by government policy.
20 February 2018
A recent study published in the Journal of Applied Ecology provides a range of options to protect and restore Hawaii's valuable marine ecosystems for the future.
16 February 2018
Journal of Animal Ecology published a Special Feature with 18 research articles investigating the ecology of host–microbe interactions.
15 February 2018
A new study of the Amazon rainforest examines what happens to plants if their seed dispersers are no longer present.
14 February 2018
In California’s iconic shrubland ecosystem, wildfire management can devastate wild bird populations and fire-risk reduction is only temporary.