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Plant-Animal InteractionsWheelwright, N.T., E.E. Dukeshire, J.B. Fontaine, S.H. Gutow, D.A. Moeller, J.C. Schuetz, T.M. Smith, S.L. Rodgers, and A.G. Zink. 2006. Pollinator limitation, autogamy, and minimal inbreeding depression in insect-pollinated plants on a boreal island. American Midland Naturalist 155: 19-38. pdf

Zink, R.A., and N.T. Wheelwright. 1997. Facultative self-pollination in island irises. American Midland Naturalist 137: 72-78. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T. 1991. How long do fruit-eating birds stay in the plants where they feed? Biotropica. 23: 29-40. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T. 1991. Frugivory and seed dispersal: ‘La coevolución ha muerto - ¡Viva la coevolución!’ Trends in Ecology and Evolution 6: 312-313. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T. 1988. Fruit-eating birds and bird-dispersed plants in the tropics and temperate zone. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 3: 270-274. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T. 1988. Four constraints on coevolution between plants and their seed dispersers: a tropical case history. Proceedings of the XIX International Ornithological Congress, pp. 827-845. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T. 1986. A seven-year study of individual variation in fruit production in tropical bird-dispersed tree species in the family Lauraceae. In Estrada, A., and T.H. Fleming (eds.), Frugivores and Seed Dispersal. W. Junk, Amsterdam. Pp. 19-35. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T. 1985. Competition for dispersers, and the timing of flowering and fruiting in a guild of tropical trees. Oikos 44: 465-477. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T. 1985. Fruit size, gape width, and the diets of fruit-eating birds. Ecology 66: 808-818. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T., and C.H. Janson. 1985. Colors of fruit displays of bird-dispersed plants in two tropical forests. American Naturalist 126: 777-799. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T., and G.S. Wilkinson. 1985. Space use by a neotropical water-strider (Hemiptera: Gerridae): sex and age-class differences. Biotropica 17: 165-169. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T., W.A. Haber, K.G. Murray, and C. Guindon. 1984. Tropical fruit-eating birds and their food plants: a survey of a Costa Rican lower montane forest. Biotropica 16: 173-192. pdf

Gervais, J., and N.T. Wheelwright. 1994. Winter fruit removal in four plant species in Maine. Maine Naturalist 2: 15-24. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T. 1988. Seasonal changes in food preferences in American Robins in captivity. Auk 105: 374-378. pdf

Jones, E.S., and N.T. Wheelwright. 1987. Seasonal changes in the fruits of Viburnum opulus, a fleshy-fruited temperate zone shrub. Canadian Journal of Botany 65: 2291-2296. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T. 1986. The diet of American Robins: an analysis of U.S. Biological Survey records. Auk 103: 710-725. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T.  1983. Fruits and the ecology of Resplendent Quetzals.  Auk 100: 286-301. pdf

Wheelwright, N.T., and G.H. Orians.  1982. Seed dispersal by animals:  contrasts with pollen dispersal, problems of terminology, and constraints on coevolution.  American Naturalist 119:402-413. pdf