AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY

© The German Society for Tropical Ecology

VOLUME 20, 2014, No. 1-2

  • Effects of topography on forest butterfly assemblages in the Pacific lowlands of Costa Rica. Hellena Binz, Christian H. Schulze & Karl Eduard Linsenmair
  • Phylogenetic and floristic changes over 48 years in a tropical rainforest remnant in Xishuangbanna, SW China. Liu Yingying & Hua Zhu
  • Várzea forest vs. Terra firme forest floristics and physical structure in the Ecuadorean Amazon. Randall W. Myster 35
  • The Cafotrop method: an improved rope-climbing method for access and movement in the canopy to study biodiversity, L. Picart, P.-M. Forget, C. A. D’Haese, C. Daugeron, S. Beni, R. Bounzel,

    E. Kergresse, F. Legendre, J. Murienne, & E. Guilbert. Supplementary Information: Figure-S1-S6.pdf

  • Fruit characteristics associated with fruit preferences in frugivorous bats and saddle-back tamarins in Perú. Simon P. Ripperger, Eckhard W. Heymann, Marco Tschapka & Elisabeth K. V. Kalko

  • Frugivory by phyllostomid bats in a montane Atlantic forest, southeastern Minas Gerais, Brazil. Rodrigo de Macêdo Mello, Pedro Henrique Nobre, Marco Antônio Manhães &

    Luciana Carvalho Pereira

  • Dispersal of palm seeds (Bactris glaucescens Drude) by the fish Piaractus mesopotamicus in the Brazilian Pantanal. Valdete Ferreira Sório, Geraldo Alves Damasceno–Junior & Pia Parolin

 

SHORT COMMUNICATIONS 

  • Rediscovery of the rare Tacarcunan Bat Lasiurus castaneus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) in Costa Rica. David Villalobos-Chaves & Carl. W. Dick. Supplementary Information (pdf, 5.5 Mb).

 

BOOK REVIEW

  • Recorriendo el paisaje vegetal de Venezuela. Medina, E., Huber, O., Nassar, J.M. & P Navarro (eds.)
  • Amazon Forest & Savanna Lands: A guide to the climates, vegetation, landscapes and soils of central tropical South America. Cochrane, T.T. & T.A. Cochrane
  • Merian Awards 2014

 

Partially submerged individual of Bactris glaucescens growing in the low lying of the riparian forest of Rio Paraguai. This position in the flooding gradient is, probably, a result from the dispersal by Piaractus mesopotamicus. (Photo Paulo Robson de Souza.)

Partially submerged individual of Bactris glaucescens growing in the low lying of the riparian forest of Rio Paraguai. This position in the flooding gradient is, probably, a result from the dispersal by Piaractus mesopotamicus. (Photo Paulo Robson de Souza.)