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Plant-Animal InteractionsWheelwright, N.T., E. Begin, C. Ellwanger S.H. Taylor, and J.L. Stone. 2016. Minimal loss of genetic diversity and no inbreeding depression in blueflag iris (Iris versicolor) on islands in the Bay of Fundy. Botany 94: 643-554.

Wheelwright, 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