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  Volume 69, Number 3, July 2015

Table of Contents

Articles

On the Origin of Sympatric Fruit Doves in a Small and Remote Pacific Archipelago

pp. 299-312

Vulnerability of Skinks to Predation by Introduced Mongoose in the Fiji Islands

pp. 313-317

Long-Term Record of Nutrient Concentrations in Kāne‘ohe Bay, O‘ahu, Hawai‘i, and Its Relevance to Onset and End of a Phase Shift Involving an Indigenous Alga, Dictyosphaeria cavernosa

pp. 319-339

Do Components of Floating Mucus Aggregates around Reefs Facilitate Population Growth of Attached Microorganisms?

pp. 341-353

Genetic Structure and Diversity of a Rare Hawaiian Endemic, Lobelia villosa (Campanulaceae: Lobelioideae)

pp. 355-366

Drought in an Invaded Hawaiian Lowland Wet Forest

pp. 367-383

Preferential Associations of Invasive Lantana camara (Verbenaceae) in a Seasonally Dry Hawaiian Woodland

pp. 385-397

Two Lowland Tropical Spodosols from the Fiji Islands: First Report from Small Islands

pp. 399-409

Plasmodial Slime Molds of a Tropical Karst Forest, Quezon National Park, the Philippines

pp. 411-422

Association Affairs

pp. 423-425

Research Areas

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