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No modern biologist can remain unaware of the advances made in the study of tropical biology in recent decades, at both the theoretical and empirical levels. The volumes in this series discuss selected topics in the vast field of tropical biology at a level suitable for advanced students of biology and nonspecialists. Extended reviews of limited topics make available information that is otherwise widely scattered in journals and reports. The authors are experts who have themselves conducted research in tropical biology. The series is guided by an editorial advisory board of professional biologists with extensive experience in various aspects of biological research in the tropics.

  • General Editors: Peter S. Ashton, Harvard University, Stephen P. Hubbell, Princeton University, Daniel H. Janzen, Peter H. Raven, P. B. Tomlinson, Harvard University
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