Volume 174 2005

Pollination Ecology and the Rain Forest

Sarawak Studies

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ISBN: 978-0-387-21309-5 (Print) 978-0-387-27161-3 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

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    Pages 1-12

    Large Processes with Small Targets: Rarity and Pollination in Rain Forests

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    Pages 13-21

    The Canopy Biology Program in Sarawak: Scope, Methods, and Merit

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    Pages 22-34

    Soil-Related Floristic Variation in a Hyperdiverse Dipterocarp Forest

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    Pages 35-50

    Plant Reproductive Phenology and General Flowering in a Mixed Dipterocarp Forest

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    Pages 51-64

    A Severe Drought in Lambir Hills National Park

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    Pages 65-72

    The Plant-Pollinator Community in a Lowland Dipterocarp Forest

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    Pages 73-88

    Floral Resource Utilization by Stingless Bees (Apidae, Meliponini)

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    Pages 89-103

    Honeybees in Borneo

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    Pages 104-110

    Beetle Pollination in Tropical Rain Forests

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    Pages 111-127

    Seventy-Seven Ways to Be a Fig: Overview of a Diverse Plant Assemblage

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    Pages 128-133

    Ecology of Traplining Bees and Understory Pollinators

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    Pages 134-144

    Vertebrate-Pollinated Plants

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    Pages 145-157

    Insect Predators of Dipterocarp Seeds

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    Pages 158-171

    Diversity of Anti-Herbivore Defenses in Macaranga

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    Pages 172-177

    Coevolution of Ants and Plants

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    Pages 178-190

    Lowland Tropical Rain Forests of Asia and America: Parallels, Convergence, and Divergence

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    Pages 191-216

    Lambir’s Forest: The World’s Most Dive Known Tree Assemblage?

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    Pages 217-222

    Toward the Conservation of Tropical Forests