Publications by the use of Yakushima Field Station in 2005

Last update: January 2009

Jounal articles

  1. Baba Y.G. Miyashita T. (2005) Geographical host change in the kleptoparasitic spider Argyrodes kumadai associated with distribution of two host species. Acta Arachnologica, 54, 75-76.
  2. Fukui D. Maeda K. Hill D. A. Matsumura S. Agetsuma N. (2005) Geographical variation in the cranial and external characters of the little tube-nosed bat, Murina silvatica in the Japanese archipelago. Acta Theriologica, 50, 309-322.
  3. Hanya G. (2005) Comparisons of dispersal success between the species fruiting prior to and those at the peak of migrant frugivore abundance. Plant Ecology, 181, 167-177.
  4. Hanya G. Zamma K. Hayaishi S. Yoshihiro S. Tsuiya Y. Sugaya S. Kanaoka M. M. Hayakawa S. Takahata Y. (2005) Comparisons of food availability and group density of Japanese macaques in primary, naturally regenerated, and plantation forests. American Journal Of Primatology, 66, 245-262.
  5. Horiuchi S. (2005) Affiliative relations among male Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui) within and outside a troop on Yakushima Island. Primates, 46, 191-197.
  6. Takyu M. Kubota Y. Aiba S. Seino T. Nishimura T. (2005) Pattern of changes in species diversity, structure and dynamics of forest ecosystems along latitudinal gradients in East Asia. Ecological Research, 20, 287-296.
  7. Tanaka K. (2005) Thermal aspects of melanistic and striped morphs of the snake Elaphe quadrivirgata. Zoological Science, 22, 1173-1179.

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  1. Koda R. (2005)(in Japanese) Graduation thesis, Kyoto University.
  2. Imamura S. (2005)(in Japanese) Master thesis, Kagoshima University.
  3. Kiyono M. (2005)(in Japanese) Master thesis, Kyoto University.
  4. Nishikawa M. (2005)(in Japanese) Graduation thesis, Kagoshima University.
  5. Tsujino R. (2005)(in Japanese) Doctoral thesis, Kyoto University.
  6. Toju H. (2005) Origin of Exaggerated Arms in Plant-insect Coevolution. Master thesis, Kyoto University.

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Conference papers and proceedings

  1. Agetsuma N. (2005) Human and wildlife conflicts caused by forest change, -A negative impact of monotonous land use-. International symposium of RIHN (Project 2-2) "Sustainability and Biodiversity of Forest Ecosystems - Drivers, mechanisms, and effects of forest change -", Kyoto, Japan.
  2. Hayaishi S. Kawamoto Y. (2005) General introduction and review of genetic variations of Japanese macaques. The 9th Congress of International Mammalogical Society, Sappro, Japan.
  3. Hayakawa S. (2005) Troop Take-Over and Reproductive Success of Wild Male Japanese Macaques on Yakushima Island. Kyoto Conference: Delphinid and Primate Social Ecology: A Comparative Discussion, Kyoto University, Japan.
  4. Hino Takafumi. Agetsuma Naoki. (2005) The impact of sika deer on an evergreen broad-leaved forest on Yakushima, Japan. IXth International Mammalogical Congress, Sapporo, Japan.
  5. Koda H. Shimooka Y. Sugiura H. (2005) Do wild Japanese macaques modify their rate of contact calls in response to the environment? IX International Mammalogical Congress, Sapporo, Japan.
  6. Matsubara M. (2005) Costs of Mate Guarding and Opportunistic Mating among Wild Male Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui). 9th International Mammalogical Congress, Sapporo, Japan.
  7. Matsubara M. Sprague D. S. (2005) Mating tactics in response to costs incurred by mating with multiple males in wild female Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui). Delphinid and Primate Social Ecology: A Comparative Discussion, Kyoto, Japan.
  8. Otani T. (2005) Effects of macaque ingestion on seed destruction and germination of Eurya emaginata. 4th International Symposium/Workshop on Frugivores and Seed Dispersal - Theory and its application in a changing world -, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
  9. Terakawa Mari. Matsui Kiyoshi. Noma Naohiko. Hamada Tomohiro. Kanetani Seiichi. Kikuchi Satoshi. Yoshimaru Hiroshi. Yumoto Takakazu. (2005) Who disperse seeds of Myrica rubra? - Comparison of frugivore fauna and fruits consumption between Yakushima Island and Tanegashima Island. The 4th International Symposium/Workshop on Frugivores and Seed Dispersal, 34, Brisbane, Australia.

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