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Cover May

The photo on Oikos' May cover, shows a well deserved break in fieldwork and is taken by Bess Hardwick. Fieldwork is performed for the study: Disentangling the ‘brown world’ faecal–detritus interaction web: dung beetle effects on soil microbial properties by Eleanore M...

Cover April

The photo on the April cover is taken by Javier Valverde and relates to the paper: The temporal dimension in individual-based plant pollination networks , by Valverde et al. here's a short description of the photo: Unfocused in the background, a bee fly approaches to...

ORCID ID now mandatory for corresponding authors

When submitting a manuscript to Oikos, it is now mandatory for the corresponding author to provide an ORCID ID along with the adress. ORCiD - Open Researcher and Controbutor ID - is a non-profit organization. Registration is free and takes only a few minutes. You do it...

Cover February

The cover photo of the February Issue shows The Clauge River in the Chaux's forest (Jura, France). The Clauge comprised several forested headwater streams that go dry for 1-5 months during the summer period. However, the river harbours rich aquatic invertebrate...

Follow the Per Brink symposium live

On Feb 1st, Oikos, together with Nordic Society Oikos and Wiley arrange the Per Brink symposium: (Re)appreciating the role of life history in Eco-evolutionary dynamics? The symposium will be live streamed and and can be followed by the first 100 persons to sign up!...

Cover January

The cover for the January Issue shows an Amur tiger drinking water in the Russian Far East. The photogrpaher is Ivan Seryodkin. Read the paper "Spatial variation in the density and vulnerability of preferred prey in the landscape shape patterns of Amur tiger habitat...

What role do monkeys play in seed dispersal?

Seed dispersal by vertebrate is a key process affecting the movement of offspring away from a parent plant. But, if plants are limited mobility, they strongly rely on the effective dispersal by vertebrates. In addition to merely transportation, fleshy-fruited plants...

Editor's Choice and Editorial January

This month, Dries has asked me to write the blog post for Oikos and elaborate on the editorial we wrote for the January issue of Oikos. But first, the editor’s choice of papers for this month. Mokany et al. argue that there is insufficient integration in models between...

December Cover!

The cover for Oikos December Issue shows "A male southwestern fence lizard (Sceloporus cowlesi) carrying a radio-transmitter displays to rivals at White Sands National Monument, New Mexico, USA". Photo by H. Streby Link to the paper: Evidence for ecological release...

Welcome Silke Langenheder - new SE

We're very happy and proud to welcome Dr Silke Langenheder, Uppsala University to our editorial board. Get to know Silke in the interview below. What's your main research focus at the moment? I am a microbial community ecologist and the overall aim with my research is...

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