Appendices are any supplementary material that may be associated with a particular article. Most often they are uploaded as pdf:s, but may also consist of excel files, scripts, videos etc. Appendices are searchable via manuscript number, doi or author name.
Supplementary material must follow the guidelines given here:
Brown, W. P. and Sullivan, P. J. 2005. Avian community composition in isolated forest fragments: a conceptual revision. – Oikos 111: 1–8.
Verhoeven, K. J. F., Simonsen, K. L. and McIntyre, L. 2005. Implementing false discovery rate control: increasing your power. – Oikos 108: 643–647.
Allesina, S., Bodini, A. and Bondaualli, C. 2005. Ecological subsystems via graph theory: the role of strongly connected compounds. – Oikos 110: 164–176.
Makarieva, A. M., Gorshkov, V. G. and Li, B.-L. 2005. Temperature-associated upper limits to body size in terrestrial poikilotherms. – Oikos 111: 425–436.
Mysteryd, A., Meisingset, E., Langvatn, R., Yoccoz, N. G. and Stenseth, N. C. 2005. Climate-dependent allocation of resources to secondary sexual traits in reed deer. – Oikos 111: 245–252.
Fleming, T. H. 2005. The relationship between species richness of vertebrate mutualists and their food plants in tropical and subtropical communities differs among hemisphere. – Oikos 111: 556–562.
Vesk, P. A. and Westoby, M. 2004. Funding the bud bank: a review of the cost of buds – Oikos 106: 200–208.
Cam, E., Monnat, J.–Y. and Royle, J. A. 2004. Dispersal and individual quality in a long lived species. – Oikos 106: 386–398.
Parmesan, C., Gaines, S., Gonzalez, L., Kaufman, D. M., Kingsolver, J., Peterson, A. T. and Sagarin, R. 2004. Empirical perspectives on species borders: from traditional biogeography to global change. – Oikos 108: 58–75.