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  1. Content type: Research

    Cuticular hydrocarbons (CHC) have been documented to play crucial roles as species- and sex-specific cues in the chemical communication systems of a wide variety of insects. However, whether they are sufficien...

    Authors: Jan Buellesbach, Sebastian G. Vetter and Thomas Schmitt

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:22

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    Rhinorhipidae Lawrence, 1988 is an enigmatic beetle family represented by a single species, Rhinorhipus tamborinensis Lawrence, 1988, from Australia, with poorly established affinities near the superfamily Elater...

    Authors: Dominik Kusy, Michal Motyka, Carmelo Andujar, Matej Bocek, Michal Masek, Katerina Sklenarova, Filip Kokas, Milada Bocakova, Alfried P. Vogler and Ladislav Bocak

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:21

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    The European spurge hawkmoth, Hyles euphorbiae (Lepidoptera, Sphingidae), has been intensively studied as a model organism for insect chemical ecology, cold hardiness and evolution of species delineation. To unde...

    Authors: M. Benjamin Barth, Katja Buchwalder, Akito Y. Kawahara, Xin Zhou, Shanlin Liu, Nicolas Krezdorn, Björn Rotter, Ralf Horres and Anna K. Hundsdoerfer

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:20

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  4. Content type: Commentary

    We summarise our work on male mating behaviour in the tropical butterfly Bicyclus anynana, responding to the commentary provided by Nieberding and Holveck. We acknowledge that our laboratory studies are not free ...

    Authors: Klaus Fischer, Isabell Karl, Ian A. N. Dublon and Tobias Kehl

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:19

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    The original article was published in Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:18

  5. Content type: Commentary

    Over the last years, several studies suggested that male courtship activity is more important than female preference for male secondary sexual traits in determining male mating success in the butterfly Bicyclu...

    Authors: Caroline Marie Nieberding and Marie-Jeanne Holveck

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:18

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    The Commentary to this article has been published in Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:19

  6. Content type: Research

    Despite widespread interest in solar-powered sea slugs (Sacoglossa: Gastropoda), relatively little is know about how they actually perform functional kleptoplasty. Sister-taxa Elysia timida and E. cornigera provi...

    Authors: Elise Marie Jerschabek Laetz and Heike Wägele

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:17

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  7. Content type: Research

    The MHC class I and II loci mediate the adaptive immune response and belong to the most polymorphic loci in vertebrate genomes. In fact, the number of different alleles in a given species is often so large tha...

    Authors: Miriam Linnenbrink, Meike Teschke, Inka Montero, Marie Vallier and Diethard Tautz

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:15

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  8. Content type: Research

    Exploratory behaviour is one of the best-investigated behavioural traits. However, little is known about how differences in familiarity, i.e. in the knowledge and previous experience with a companion can influ...

    Authors: Beniamino Tuliozi, Gerardo Fracasso, Herbert Hoi and Matteo Griggio

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:16

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  9. Content type: Research

    In horses, the morphological changes induced by the process of domestication are reportedly less pronounced than in other species, such as dogs or pigs – although the horses’ disparity has rarely been empirica...

    Authors: Laura Heck, Laura A. B. Wilson, Allowen Evin, Madlen Stange and Marcelo R. Sánchez-Villagra

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:14

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  10. Content type: Research

    The social environment that mothers experience during pregnancy and lactation has a strong effect on the developing offspring. Whether offspring can be adaptively shaped to match an environment that is similar...

    Authors: Susanne Sangenstedt, Carsten Szardenings, Norbert Sachser and Sylvia Kaiser

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:13

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  11. Content type: Correction

    Upon publication of this article [1] it was noticed errors were introduced during the production process which resulted in the omission of decimal points from Tables 2 and 3. In addition Table 1 incorrectly us...

    Authors: Przemysław Gorzelak, Aurélie Dery, Philippe Dubois and Jarosław Stolarski

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:12

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    The original article was published in Frontiers in Zoology 2017 14:42

  12. Content type: Research

    Bivalves comprise a large, highly diverse taxon of invertebrate species. Developmental studies of neurogenesis among species of Bivalvia are limited. Due to a lack of neurogenesis information, it is difficult ...

    Authors: Olga V. Yurchenko, Olga I. Skiteva, Elena E. Voronezhskaya and Vyacheslav A. Dyachuk

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:10

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    Foraging strategies of seabird species often vary considerably between and within individuals. This variability is influenced by a multitude of factors including age, sex, stage of annual life cycle, reproduct...

    Authors: Dariusz Jakubas, Lech M. Iliszko, Hallvard Strøm, Halfdan H. Helgason and Lech Stempniewicz

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:9

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  14. Content type: Research

    Host-symbiont interactions are embedded in ecological communities and range from unspecific to highly specific relationships. Army ants and their arthropod guests represent a fascinating example of species-ric...

    Authors: Christoph von Beeren, Adrian Brückner, Munetoshi Maruyama, Griffin Burke, Jana Wieschollek and Daniel J. C. Kronauer

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:8

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    Acoustic parameters of animal signals have been shown to correlate with various phenotypic characteristics of the sender. These acoustic characteristics can be learned and categorized and thus are a basis for ...

    Authors: Markus Boeckle, Georgine Szipl and Thomas Bugnyar

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:5

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  16. Content type: Research

    In rats, urine-borne male pheromones comprise organic volatile compounds and major urinary proteins (MUPs). A number of volatile pheromones have been reported, but no MUP pheromones have been identified in rat...

    Authors: Xiao Guo, Huifen Guo, Lei Zhao, Yao-Hua Zhang and Jian-Xu Zhang

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:6

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  17. Content type: Research

    Communal nursing in house mice is an example of cooperation where females pool litters in the same nest and indiscriminately nurse own and other offspring despite potential exploitation. The direct fitness ben...

    Authors: Nicola Harrison, Anna K. Lindholm, Akos Dobay, Olivia Halloran, Andri Manser and Barbara König

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:4

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  18. Content type: Correction

    Unfortunately, upon publication of this article [1] it was noticed there was an error within the Discussion section. During proofing a request to edit the following paragraph was missed:

    Authors: Sandra A. Heldstab, Carel P. van Schaik and Karin Isler

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:3

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    The original article was published in Frontiers in Zoology 2017 14:29

  19. Content type: Correction

    Upon publication of this article it [1] was noticed the figure placement was incorrect and figure citations were also numbered incorrectly.

    Authors: Caroline Schuppli, Sofia I. F. Forss, Ellen J. M. Meulman, Nicole Zweifel, Kevin C. Lee, Evasari Rukmana, Erin R. Vogel, Maria A. van Noordwijk and Carel P. van Schaik

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:2

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    The original article was published in Frontiers in Zoology 2016 13:43

  20. Content type: Research

    Brittle stars (Ophiuroidea, Echinodermata) have been increasingly used in studies of animal behavior, locomotion, regeneration, physiology, and bioluminescence. The success of these studies directly depends on...

    Authors: Olga Zueva, Maleana Khoury, Thomas Heinzeller, Daria Mashanova and Vladimir Mashanov

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2018 15:1

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  21. Content type: Research

    The need for the adaptation of species of annelids as “Evo-Devo” model organisms of the superphylum Lophotrochozoa to refine the understanding of the phylogenetic relationships between bilaterian organisms, ha...

    Authors: Brenda Irene Medina Jiménez, Hee-Jin Kwak, Jong-Seok Park, Jung-Woong Kim and Sung-Jin Cho

    Citation: Frontiers in Zoology 2017 14:60

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