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No. 320
August 2011


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Tiger Numbers Could Triple


The tiger reserves of Asia could support more than 10,000 wild tigers - three times the current number - if they are managed as large-scale landscapes that allow for connectivity between core breeding sites, a new study from some of the world's leading conservation scientists finds. The study, published in Conservation Letters, is the first assessment of the political commitment made by all 13 tiger range countries last November to double the tiger population across Asia by 2022.

The study, by Eric Wikramanayake, et al., finds that the commitment to double the wild tiger population is not only possible, but can be exceeded. However, it will take a global effort to ensure that core breeding reserves are maintained and connected via habitat corridors.

"In the midst of a crisis, it's tempting to circle the wagons and only protect a limited number of core protected areas, but we can and should do better," said Eric Dinerstein, chief scientist at the U.S. World Wildlife Fund and a co-author of the study. "We absolutely need to stop the bleeding, the poaching of tigers and their prey in core breeding areas, but we need to go much further and secure larger tiger landscapes before it is too late."

Wild tiger numbers have declined from about 100,000 in the early 1900s to as few as 3,200 today due to poaching of tigers and their prey, habitat destruction and human/tiger conflict. Most of the remaining tigers are scattered in small, isolated pockets across their range in 13 Asian countries.

"Tiger conservation is the face of biodiversity conservation and competent sustainable land-use management at the landscape level," said John Seidensticker of the Smithsonian Conservation Research Institute. "By saving the tiger we save all the plants and animals that live under the tiger's umbrella."

Besides poaching and habitat loss, the $7.5 trillion in infrastructure projects like roads, dams and mines that will be invested in Asia over the next decade threatens tiger landscapes. A focus only on core sites and protected areas like reserves, instead of larger landscapes, could be seen by developers and politicians as a green light to move forward with harmful infrastructure projects outside of core sites.

The authors insist that conservationists and governments must be involved in helping design infrastructure projects to mitigate their impacts on tigers both inside core sites and in current and potential forest corridors.


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Cortés-Delgado, N., and Pérez-Torres, J. 2011. Habitat edge context and the distribution of phyllostomid bats in the Andean forest and anthropogenic matrix in the Central Andes of Colombia. Biodivers. Conserv. 20(5):987-999.

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Couceiro, L., Maneiro, I., Ruiz, J.M., and Barreiro, R. 2011. Multiscale genetic structure of an endangered seaweed Ahnfeltiopsis pusilla (Rhodophyta): implications for its conservation. J. Phycol. 47(2):259-268.

Cruz-Neto, O., Machado, I.C., Duarte, J., and Lopes, A.V. 2011. Synchronous phenology of hawkmoths (Sphingidae) and Inga species (Fabaceae-Mimosoideae): implications for the restoration of the Atlantic forest of northeastern Brazil. Biodivers. Conserv. 20(4):751-765.

Culmsee, H., Pitopang, R., Mangopo, H., and Sabir, S. 2011. Tree diversity and phytogeographical patterns of tropical high mountain rain forests in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Biodivers. Conserv. 20(5):1103-1123.

Cumberlidge, N., Ng, P.K.L., Yeo, D.C.J., Naruse, T., Meyer, K.S., and Esser, L.J. 2011. Diversity, endemism and conservation of the freshwater crabs of China (Brachyura: Potamidae and Gecarcinucidae). Integr. Zool. 6(1):45-55.

da Silva, P.M., Aguiar, C.A.S., Silva, I.D.F.E., and Serrano, A.R.M. 2011. Orchard and riparian habitats enhance ground dwelling beetle diversity in Mediterranean agro-forestry systems. Biodivers. Conserv. 20(4):861-872.

Dahlberg, A., and Mueller, G.M. 2011. Applying IUCN red-listing criteria for assessing and reporting on the conservation status of fungal species. Fungal Ecol. 4(2):147-162.

Dapporto, L. 2011. Predicting distribution of Zygaena moths on West Mediterranean islands. Implications for biogeography and conservation (Lepidoptera Zygaenidae). J. Insect Conserv. 15(3):445-454.

Dassonville, N., Guillaumaud, N., Piola, F., Meerts, P., and Poly, F. 2011. Niche construction by the invasive Asian knotweeds (species complex Fallopia): impact on activity, abundance and community structure of denitrifiers and nitrifiers. Biol. Invasions 13(5):1115-1133.

Daszak, P., Ball, S.J., Streicker, D.G., Jones, C.G., and Snow, K.R. 2011. A new species of Caryospora Léger, 1904 (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the endangered Round Island boa Casarea dussumieri (Schlegel) (Serpentes: Bolyeridae) of Round Island, Mauritius: an endangered parasite? Syst. Parasitol. 78(2):117-122.

Dávalos, L.M., Bejarano, A.C., Hall, M.A., Correa, H.L., Corthals, A., and Espejo, O.J. 2011. Forests and drugs: coca-driven deforestation in tropical biodiversity hotspots. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45(4):1219-1227.

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Dawson, T.P., Jackson, S.T., House, J.I., Prentice, I.C., and Mace, G.M. 2011. Beyond predictions: biodiversity conservation in a changing climate. Science 332(6025):53-58.

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Reyes-García, V., Pascual, U., Vadez, V., Huanca, T., and TAPS Bolivian Study Team. 2011. The role of ethnobotanical skills and agricultural labor in forest clearance: evidence from the Bolivian Amazon. Ambio 40(3):310-321.

Ricciardi, A., Palmer, M.E., and Yan, N.D. 2011. Should biological invasions be managed as natural disasters? BioScience 61(4):312-317.

Richter-Boix, A., Quintela, M., Segelbacher, G., and Laurila, A. 2011. Genetic analysis of differentiation among breeding ponds reveals a candidate gene for local adaptation in Rana arvalis. Mol. Ecol. 20(8):1582-1600.

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Rivera-Hernández, J.E., and Samain, M.S. 2011. Where has Aristolochia tricaudata (Aristolochiaceae) gone? New record of a critically endangered species in Oaxaca, Mexico. Rev. Mex. Biodivers. 82(1):281-285.

Rodrigues, A.S.L. 2011. Improving coarse species distribution data for conservation planning in biodiversity-rich, data-poor, regions: no easy shortcuts. Anim. Conserv. 14(2):108-110.

Rodriguez, D., Forstner, M.R.J., Moler, P.E., Wasilewski, J.A., Cherkiss, M.S., and Densmore, L. 2011. Effect of human-mediated migration and hybridization on the recovery of the American crocodile in Florida (USA). Conserv. Genet. 12(2):449-459.

Ross, N.J. 2011. Modern tree species composition reflects ancient Maya "forest gardens" in northwest Belize. Ecol. Appl. 21(1):75-84.

Rouco, C., Villafuerte, R., Castro, F., and Ferreras, P. 2011. Effect of artificial warren size on a restocked European wild rabbit population. Anim. Conserv. 14(2):117-123.

Roy, B.A., Coulson, T., Blaser, W., Policha, T., Stewart, J.L., Blaisdell, G.K., and Güsewell, S. 2011. Population regulation by enemies of the grass Brachypodium sylvaticum: demography in native and invaded ranges. Ecology 92(3):665-675.

Rudolphi, J., and Gustafsson, L. 2011. Forests regenerating after clear-cutting function as habitat for bryophyte and lichen species of conservation concern. PLoS ONE 6(4):e18639.

Rumpff, L., Duncan, D.H., Vesk, P.A., Keith, D.A., and Wintle, B.A. 2011. State-and-transition modelling for Adaptive Management of native woodlands. Biol. Conserv. 144(4):1224-1236.

Runge, M.C., Converse, S.J., and Lyons, J.E. 2011. Which uncertainty? Using expert elicitation and expected value of information to design an adaptive program. Biol. Conserv. 144(4):1214-1223.

Ryland, J.S., Bishop, J.D.D., De Blauwe, H., El Nagar, A., Minchin, D., Wood, C.A., and Yunnie, A.L.E. 2011. Alien species of Bugula (Bryozoa) along the Atlantic coasts of Europe. Aquat. Invasions 6(1):17-31.

Sáfián, S., Csontos, G., and Winkler, D. 2011. Butterfly community recovery in degraded rainforest habitats in the Upper Guinean Forest Zone (Kakum forest, Ghana). J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):351-359.

Saino, N., Ambrosini, R., Rubolini, D., von Hardenberg, J., Provenzale, A., Hüppop, K., Huppop, O., Lehikoinen, A., Lehikoinen, E., Rainio, K., Romano, M., and Sokolov, L. 2011. Climate warming, ecological mismatch at arrival and population decline in migratory birds. Proc. Roy. Soc. B 278(1707):835-842.

Sanchez-Camara, J., Martin-Smith, K., Booth, D.J., Fritschi, J., and Turon, X. 2011. Demographics and vulnerability of a unique Australian fish, the weedy seadragon Phyllopteryx taeniolatus. Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser. 422:253-264.

Sandbrook, C., Scales, I.R., Vira, B., and Adams, W.M. 2011. Value plurality among conservation professionals. Conserv. Biol. 25(2):285-294.

Schaefer, H., Hardy, O.J., Silva, L., Barraclough, T.G., and Savolainen, V. 2011. Testing Darwin's naturalization hypothesis in the Azores. Ecol. Lett. 14(4):389-396.

Schmera, D., and Baur, B. 2011. Testing a typology system of running waters for conservation planning in Hungary. Hydrobiologia 665(1):183-194.

Schmidt, J.P., and Drake, J.M. 2011. Why are some plant genera more invasive than others? PLoS ONE 6(4):e18654.

Schmidt, K., Ratkiewicz, M., and Konopinski, M.K. 2011. The importance of genetic variability and population differentiation in the Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx for conservation, in the context of habitat and climate change. Mammal Rev. 41(2):112-124.

Seddon, P., Mallon, D., and Knight, M. 2011. Biodiversity conservation in the Arabian Peninsula. Zool. Middle East Sup-3:5.

Seddon, P.J., Price, M.S., Launay, F., Maunder, M., Soorae, P., Molur, S., Armstrong, D., Jordan, M., Dalrymple, S., and Genovesi, P. 2011. Frankenstein ecosystems and 21st century conservation agendas: reply to Oliveira-Santos and Fernandez. Conserv. Biol. 25(2):212-213.

Seoane, J., Carrascal, L.M., and Palomino, D. 2011. Assessing the ecological basis of conservation priority lists for bird species in an island scenario. J. Nature Conserv. 19(2):103-115.

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Sgró, C.M., Lowe, A.J., and Hoffmann, A.A. 2011. Building evolutionary resilience for conserving biodiversity under climate change. Evol. Appl. 4(2):326-337.

Shao, W., and Lu, S.G. 2011. Himalayopteris, a new fern genus from India and the adjacent Himalayas (Polypodiaceae, Polypodioideae). Novon 21(1):90-93.

Shapcott, A., and Powell, M. 2011. Demographic structure, genetic diversity and habitat distribution of the endangered, Australian rainforest tree Macadamia jansenii help facilitate an introduction program. Aust. J. Bot. 59(3):215-225.

Shen, X.Y., Peng, S.L., Chen, B.M., Pang, J.X., Chen, L.Y., Xu, H.M., and Hou, Y.P. 2011. Do higher resource capture ability and utilization efficiency facilitate the successful invasion of native plants? Biol. Invasions 13(4):869-881.

Shepherd, T., Gardner, C., Green, B.S., and Richardson, A. 2011. Estimating survival of the tayatea Astacopsis gouldi (Crustacea, Decapoda,Parastacidae), an iconic, threatened freshwater invertebrate. J. Shellfish Res. 30(1):139-145.

Shiels, A.B., and Drake, D.R. 2011. Are introduced rats (Rattus rattus) both seed predators and dispersers in Hawaii? Biol. Invasions 13(4):883-894.

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Shreeve, T.G., and Dennis, R.L.H. 2011. Landscape scale conservation: resources, behaviour, the matrix and opportunities. J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):179-188.

Simberloff, D. 2011. How common are invasion-induced ecosystem impacts? Biol. Invasions 13(5):1255-1268.

Simberloff, D., Genovesi, P., Pyšek, P., and Campbell, K. 2011. Recognizing conservation success. Science 332(6028):419.

Singh, M., Erinjery, J.J., Kavana, T.S., and Roy, K. 2011. Drastic population decline and conservation prospects of roadside dark-bellied bonnet macaques (Macaca radiata radiata) of southern India. Primates 52(2):149-154.

Sitzia, T., and Trentanovi, G. 2011. Maggengo meadow patches enclosed by forests in the Italian Alps: evidence of landscape legacy on plant diversity. Biodivers. Conserv. 20(5):945-961.

Smee, M., Smyth, W., Tunmore, M., Ffrench-Constant, R., and Hodgson, D. 2011. Butterflies on the brink: habitat requirements for declining populations of the marsh fritillary (Euphydryas aurinia) in SW England. J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):153-163.

Sousa, R., Morais, P., Dias, E., and Antunes, C. 2011. Biological invasions and ecosystem functioning: time to merge. Biol. Invasions 13(5):1055-1058.

Sousa, R., Pilotto, F., and Aldridge, D.C. 2011. Fouling of European freshwater bivalves (Unionidae) by the invasive zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha). Freshwater Biol. 56(5):867-876.

Sparrius, L.B., and Kooijman, A.M. 2011. Invasiveness of Campylopus introflexus in drift sands depends on nitrogen deposition and soil organic matter. Appl. Veg. Sci. 14(2):221-229.

Speek, T.A.A., Lotz, L.A.P., Ozinga, W.A., Tamis, W.L.M., Schaminée, J.H.J., and van der Putten, W.H. 2011. Factors relating to regional and local success of exotic plant species in their new range. Divers. Distrib. 17(3):542-551.

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Starling-Windhof, A., Massaro, M., and Briskie, J.V. 2011. Differential effects of exotic predator-control on nest success of native and introduced birds in New Zealand. Biol. Invasions 13(4):1021-1028.

Stefanescu, C., Torre, I., Jubany, J., and Páramo, F. 2011. Recent trends in butterfly populations from north-east Spain and Andorra in the light of habitat and climate change. J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):83-93.

Stewart, K., Sims, M., Meylan, A., Witherington, B., Brost, B., and Crowder, L.B. 2011. Leatherback nests increasing significantly in Florida, USA; trends assessed over 30 years using multilevel modeling. Ecol. Appl. 21(1):263-273.

Strayer, D.L., Cid, N., and Malcom, H.M. 2011. Long-term changes in a population of an invasive bivalve and its effects. Oecologia 165(4):1063-1072.

Strecker, A.L., Beisner, B.E., Arnott, S.E., Paterson, A.M., Winter, J.G., Johannsson, O.E., and Yan, N.D. 2011. Direct and indirect effects of an invasive planktonic predator on pelagic food webs. Limnol. Oceanogr. 56(1):179-192.

Su, Z.M., Zhang, R.Z., and Qiu, J.X. 2011. Decline in the diversity of willow trunk-dwelling weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) as a result of urban expansion in Beijing, China. J. Insect Conserv. 15(3):367-377.

Suryanarayanan, T.S., Murali, T.S., Thirunavukkarasu, N., Rajulu, M.B.G., Venkatesan, G., and Sukumar, R. 2011. Endophytic fungal communities in woody perennials of three tropical forest types of the Western Ghats, southern India. Biodivers. Conserv. 20(5):913-928.

Swei, A., Ostfeld, R.S., Lane, R.S., and Briggs, C.J. 2011. Effects of an invasive forest pathogen on abundance of ticks and their vertebrate hosts in a California Lyme disease focus. Oecologia 166(1):91-100.

Swengel, A.B., and Swengel, S.R. 2011. High and dry or sunk and dunked: lessons for tallgrass prairies from quaking bogs. J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):165-178.

Swengel, S.R., Schlicht, D., Olsen, F., and Swengel, A.B. 2011. Declines of prairie butterflies in the midwestern USA. J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):327-339.

Swenson, J.E., Taberlet, P., and Bellemain, E. 2011. Genetics and conservation of European brown bears Ursus arctos. Mammal Rev. 41(2):87-98.

Szlavecz, K., McCormick, M., Xia, L.J., Saunders, J., Morcol, T., Whigham, D., Filley, T., and Csuzdi, C. 2011. Ecosystem effects of non-native earthworms in Mid-Atlantic deciduous forests. Biol. Invasions 13(5):1165-1182.

Tanaka, N., Demise, T., Ishii, M., Shoji, Y., and Nakaoka, M. 2011. Genetic structure and gene flow of eelgrass Zostera marina populations in Tokyo Bay, Japan: implications for their restoration. Mar. Biol. 158(4):871-882.

Taubmann, J., Theissinger, K., Feldheim, K.A., Laube, I., Graf, W., Haase, P., Johannesen, J., and Pauls, S.U. 2011. Modelling range shifts and assessing genetic diversity distribution of the montane aquatic mayfly Ameletus inopinatus in Europe under climate change scenarios. Conserv. Genet. 12(2):503-515.

Taylor, L., and Roberts, D.L. 2011. Biological Flora of the British Isles: Epipogium aphyllum Sw. J. Ecology 99(3):878-890.

Taylor, M.F.J., Sattler, P.S., Evans, M., Fuller, R.A., Watson, J.E.M., and Possingham, H.P. 2011. What works for threatened species recovery? An empirical evaluation for Australia. Biodivers. Conserv. 20(4):767-777.

Tell, G., Izaguirre, I., and Allende, L. 2011. Diversity and geographic distribution of Chlorococcales (Chlorophyceae) in contrasting lakes along a latitudinal transect in Argentinean Patagonia. Biodivers. Conserv. 20(4):703-727.

Thomas, C.D., Hill, J.K., Anderson, B.J., Bailey, S., Beale, C.M., Bradbury, R.B., Bulman, C.R., Crick, H.Q.P., Eigenbrod, F., Griffiths, H.M., Kunin, W.E., Oliver, T.H., Walmsley, C.A., Watts, K., Worsfold, N.T., and Yardley, T. 2011. A framework for assessing threats and benefits to species responding to climate change. Method. Ecol. Evol. 2(2):125-142.

Thomas, J.A., Simcox, D.J., and Hovestadt, T. 2011. Evidence based conservation of butterflies. J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):241-258.

Thomassen, H.A., Fuller, T., Buermann, W., Mila, B., Kieswetter, C.M., Jarrin, P., Cameron, S.E., Mason, E., Schweizer, R., Schlunegger, J., Chan, J., Wang, O., Peralvo, M., Schneider, C.J., Graham, C.H., Pollinger, J.P., Saatchi, S., Wayne, R.K., and Smith, T.B. 2011. Mapping evolutionary process: a multi-taxa approach to conservation prioritization. Evol. Appl. 4(2):397-413.

Thorpe, A.S., and Stanley, A.G. 2011. Determining appropriate goals for restoration of imperilled communities and species. J. Appl. Ecol. 48(2):275-279.

Tikkamäki, T., and Komonen, A. 2011. Estimating population characteristics of two saproxylic beetles: a mark-recapture approach. J. Insect Conserv. 15(3):401-408.

Timsina, B., Shrestha, B.B., Rokaya, M.B., and Münzbergová, Z. 2011. Impact of Parthenium hysterophorus L. invasion on plant species composition and soil properties of grassland communities in Nepal. Flora 206(3):233-240.

Tokarska, M., Pertoldi, C., Kowalczyk, R., and Perzanowski, K. 2011. Genetic status of the European bison Bison bonasus after extinction in the wild and subsequent recovery. Mammal Rev. 41(2):151-162.

Tomas, F., Cebrian, E., and Ballesteros, E. 2011. Differential herbivory of invasive algae by native fish in the Mediterranean Sea. Estuarine Coast. Shelf Sci. 92(1):27-34.

Tracy, L.N., and Jamieson, I.G. 2011. Historic DNA reveals contemporary population structure results from anthropogenic effects, not pre-fragmentation patterns. Conserv. Genet. 12(2):517-526.

Tsaliki, M., and Diekmann, M. 2011. Population size, pollination and reproductive success in two endangered Genista species. Flora 206(3):246-250.

Tschöpe, O., Wallschläger, D., Burkart, M., and Tielbörger, K. 2011. Managing open habitats by wild ungulate browsing and grazing: a case-study in North-Eastern Germany. Appl. Veg. Sci. 14(2):200-209.

Ujvari, B., Shine, R., and Madsen, T. 2011. Detecting the impact of invasive species on native fauna: cane toads (Bufo marinus), frillneck lizards (Chlamydosaurus kingii) and the importance of spatial replication. Austral Ecol. 36(2):126-130.

Valera-Leal, J., Acevedo, A., Pérez-Sánchez, A., Vega, J., and Manzanilla, J. 2011. Historic record of Gastrotheca ovifera (Anura: Hemiphractidae): decline evidence in Venezuelan coastal cloud forests. Rev. Biol. Trop. 59(1):329-345.

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Vanden Borre, J., Paelinckx, D., Mücher, C.A., Kooistra, L., Haest, B., De Blust, G., and Schmidt, A.M. 2011. Integrating remote sensing in Natura 2000 habitat monitoring: prospects on the way forward. J. Nature Conserv. 19(2):116-125.

Vanparys, V., Cawoy, V., Mahaux, O., and Jacquemart, A.L. 2011. Comparative study of the reproductive ecology of two co-occurring related plant species: the invasive Senecio inaequidens and the native Jacobaea vulgaris. Plant Ecol. Evol. 144(1):3-11.

Velo-Antón, G., Wink, M., Schneeweiß, N., and Fritz, U. 2011. Native or not? Tracing the origin of wild-caught and captive freshwater turtles in a threatened and widely distributed species (Emys orbicularis). Conserv. Genet. 12(2):583-588.

Vera, M., Sourinejad, I., Bouza, C., Vilas, R., Pino-Querido, A., Kalbassi, M.R., and Martínez, P. 2011. Phylogeography, genetic structure, and conservation of the endangered Caspian brown trout, Salmo trutta caspius (Kessler, 1877), from Iran. Hydrobiologia 664(1):51-67.

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Vermeulen, J.J., and Lamb, A. 2011. Endangered even before formally described: Bulbophyllum kubahense n.sp., a beautiful and assumedly narrowly endemic orchid from Borneo. Plant Syst. Evol. 292(1-2):51-53.

Verovnik, R., Govedic, M., and Šalamun, A. 2011. Is the Natura 2000 network sufficient for conservation of butterfly diversity? A case study in Slovenia. J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):345-350.

Vicente, J., Randin, C.F., Gonçalves, J., Metzger, M.J., Lomba, Â., Honrado, J., and Guisan, A. 2011. Where will conflicts between alien and rare species occur after climate and land-use change? A test with a novel combined modelling approach. Biol. Invasions 13(5):1209-1227.

Vina, A., Chen, X.D., McConnell, W.J., Liu, W., Xu, W.H., Ouyang, Z.Y., Zhang, H.M., and Liu, J.G. 2011. Effects of natural disasters on conservation policies: the case of the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake, China. Ambio 40(3):274-284.

Vink, C.J., Derraik, J.G.B., Phillips, C.B., and Sirvid, P.J. 2011. The invasive Australian redback spider, Latrodectus hasseltii Thorell 1870 (Araneae: Theridiidae): current and potential distributions, and likely impacts. Biol. Invasions 13(4):1003-1019.

Wang, H.H., Grant, W.E., Swannack, T.M., Gan, J.B., Rogers, W.E., Koralewski, T.E., Miller, J.H., and Taylor, J.W. 2011. Predicted range expansion of Chinese tallow tree (Triadica sebifera) in forestlands of the southern United States. Divers. Distrib. 17(3):552-565.

Wang, J.H., Wei, Q.W., and Zou, Y.C. 2011. Conservation strategies for the Chinese sturgeon, Acipenser sinensis: an overview on 30 years of practices and future needs. J. Appl. Ichthyol. 27(2):176-180.

Ward, E.J., Semmens, B.X., Holmes, E.E., and Balcomb, K.C. 2011. Effects of multiple levels of social organization on survival and abundance. Conserv. Biol. 25(2):350-355.

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Warriner, M.D. 2011. Bumblebees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) of remnant grasslands in Arkansas. J. Kansas Entomol. Soc. 84(1):43-50.

Watling, J.I., Hickman, C.R., and Orrock, J.L. 2011. Predators and invasive plants affect performance of amphibian larvae. Oikos 120(5):735-739.

Watson, J.E.M., Evans, M.C., Carwardine, J., Fuller, R.A., Joseph, L.N., Segan, D.B., Taylor, M.F.J., Fensham, R.J., and Possingham, H.P. 2011. The capacity of Australia's protected-area system to represent threatened species. Conserv. Biol. 25(2):324-332.

Watts, C., Stringer, I., Thornburrow, D., and MacKenzie, D. 2011. Are footprint tracking tunnels suitable for monitoring giant weta (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae)? Abundance, distribution and movement in relation to tracking rates. J. Insect Conserv. 15(3):433-443.

Weese, D.J., Schwartz, A.K., Bentzen, P., Hendry, A.P., and Kinnison, M.T. 2011. Eco-evolutionary effects on population recovery following catastrophic disturbance. Evol. Appl. 4(2):354-366.

Westley, P.A.H. 2011. What invasive species reveal about the rate and form of contemporary phenotypic change in nature. Am. Nat. 177(4):496-509.

Westley, P.A.H., and Fleming, I.A. 2011. Landscape factors that shape a slow and persistent aquatic invasion: brown trout in Newfoundland 1883-2010. Divers. Distrib. 17(3):566-579.

White, E., and Vivian-Smith, G. 2011. Contagious dispersal of seeds of synchronously fruiting species beneath invasive and native fleshy-fruited trees. Austral Ecol. 36(2):195-202.

White, L.F., and Orr, L.C. 2011. Native clams facilitate invasive species in an eelgrass bed. Mar. Ecol. Progr. Ser. 424:87-95.

Wikramanayake, E., Dinerstein, E., Seidensticker, J., Lumpkin, S., Pandav, B., Shrestha, M., Mishra, H., Ballou, J., Johnsingh, A.J.T., Chestin, I., Sunarto, S., Thinley, P., Thapa, K., Jiang, G.S., Elagupillay, S., Kafley, H., Pradhan, N.M.B., Jigme, K., Teak, S., Cutter, P., Aziz, M.A., and Than, U. 2011. A landscape-based conservation strategy to double the wild tiger population. Conserv. Lett. 4(3):219-227.

Williams, M.R. 2011. Habitat resources, remnant vegetation condition and area determine distribution patterns and abundance of butterflies and day-flying moths in a fragmented urban landscape, south-west Western Australia. J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):37-54.

Williams, R., Gero, S., Bejder, L., Calambokidis, J., Kraus, S.D., Lusseau, D., Read, A.J., and Robbins, J. 2011. Underestimating the damage: interpreting cetacean carcass recoveries in the context of the Deepwater Horizon/BP incident. Conserv. Lett. 4(3):228-233.

Wilson, R.J., and Maclean, I.M.D. 2011. Recent evidence for the climate change threat to Lepidoptera and other insects. J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):259-268.

Wintzer, A.P., Meek, M.H., Moyle, P.B., and May, B. 2011. Ecological insights into the polyp stage of non-native hydrozoans in the San Francisco Estuary. Aquat. Ecol. 45(2):151-161.

Woinarski, J.C.Z., Legge, S., Fitzsimons, J.A., Traill, B.J., Burbidge, A.A., Fisher, A., Firth, R.S.C., Gordon, I.J., Griffiths, A.D., Johnson, C.N., McKenzie, N.L., Palmer, C., Radford, I., Rankmore, B., Ritchie, E.G., Ward, S., and Ziembicki, M. 2011. The disappearing mammal fauna of northern Australia: context, cause, and response. Conserv. Lett. 4(3):192-201.

Wong, T.W. 2011. The Singapore Hornbill Project: A great but simple idea. Raffles Bull. Zool. Sup-24:3-4.

Wynhoff, I., van Gestel, R., van Swaay, C., and van Langevelde, F. 2011. Not only the butterflies: managing ants on road verges to benefit Phengaris (Maculinea) butterflies. J. Insect Conserv. 15(1-2):189-206.

Zachos, F.E., and Hackländer, K. 2011. Genetics and conservation of large mammals in Europe: a themed issue of Mammal Review. Mammal Rev. 41(2):85-86.

Zachos, F.E., and Hartl, G.B. 2011. Phylogeography, population genetics and conservation of the European red deer Cervus elaphus. Mammal Rev. 41(2):138-150.

Zafar-ul Islam, M., Ismail, K., and Boug, A. 2011. Restoration of the endangered Arabian Oryx Oryx leucoryx, Pallas 1766 in Saudi Arabia: lessons learnt from the twenty years of re-introduction in arid fenced and unfenced protected areas. Zool. Middle East Sup-3:125-140.

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