A paper by Eva Isaeus and others is featured in a celebration issue of Mammal Review.
To celebrate 50 years of Mammal Review, the journal released an virtual issue of Classic Papers, a selection of articles published since the first volume in 1970. Representative, highly-cited papers, were picked for being of great value for the scientific community. The final selection of 16 papers, which encompass ecology, evolution, conservation and management of mammals, include some older articles that have stood the test of time. One of the featured papers is “Mixed species groups in mammals” from 2003 by Eva Stensland Isaeus, Anders Angerbjörn and Per Berggren, a review of the occurrence of mixed species groups among mammals.
“The article is based on the review work I did as a PhD-student over 20 years ago so I am glad to see that it is still of use” Eva says.
Stensland E, Angerbjörn A och Berggren P. 2003. Mixed species groups in mammals. Mammal Review 33, pp. 205-223.