Applied Ecology
Best Award
*Misako Matsuba, Minoru Kasada, Tadashi Miyashita (University of Tokyo). Regional differences in range shifts of butterflies to climate change and implications for protected areas in Japan
Excellent Award
*K.Uchida(Hokkaido univ.), K.Suzuki, T.Shimamoto(Iwate univ.), H.Yanagawa(Obihiro univ.), I.Koizumi(Hokkaido univ.)Do urban squirrels distinguish risk levels exposed by different potential predators?

Plant Ecology
Best Award
*Uchida, E.M.(Kyushu Univ.), Katayama, A.(Kyushu Univ.), Utsumi, Y.(Kyushu Univ.), Enoki, T.(Kyushu Univ.), Koga, S.(Kyushu Univ.), Otsuki, K.(Kyushu Univ.)Respiration and anatomical characteristics of Moso bamboo culms
Excellent Award
*Nakanishi, A., Tanaka, M. (Kyoto Univ.), Sungpalee, W., Sri-ngernyuang, K. (Maejo Univ.), Kanzaki, M. (Kyoto Univ.). Habitat structures controlling the spatial distribution of vascular epiphytes

Animal Behavior
Best Award
*Takasuka, K. (Kobe Univ.), Yasui, T. (Kobe Univ.), Ishigami, T. (Kobe Univ.), Nakata, K. (Kyoto Women's Univ.), Matsumoto, R. (Osaka Museum of Natural History), Ikeda, K. (Kobe Univ.), Maeto, K. (Kobe Univ.). Host manipulation by an ichneumonid spider-ectoparasitoid, taking advantage of preprogrammed web-building behaviours for its cocoon protection
Excellent Award
*Nobuaki Mizumoto (Kyoto Univ.), Ryota Sato (Hachinohe Inst. Tech.), Naohisa Nagaya (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.), Masato S. Abe (Natl. Inst. Inf. JST), Shigeto Dobata (Kyoto Univ.) and Ryusuke Fujisawa (Hachinohe Inst. Tech.). Can sex difference in movement patterns really enhance mating encounters? Yes!

Animal Ecology
Best Award
*Wang, Y.H. (NTU), Lin, Y.P. (TESRI), Tseng, H.Y. (NMNS), LIN, Y.K. (NTU), Lin, S.M. (NTNU).  Geographic Variations of Acoustic Traits in Japanese Tree Frog (Buergeria japonica) in East Asian Archipelago
Excellent Award
*Hirotaka Komine (TUAT), Noriko Iwai (TUAT), Koichi Kaji (TUAT). Rapid adaptive morphological change of native frog induced by invasive alien mongoose

Ecosystem Ecology
Best Award
*Jinny Wu Yang, Chih-hao Hsieh (Taiwan Univ.). Predator and prey biodiversity relationship and its consequences on trophic interaction — Interplay of marine nanoflagellates and bacterioplankton
Excellent Award
*Nakamura, R., Ishizawa, H., Kajino, H., Suzuki, S., Kitayama, K., Kitajima, K. (Kyoto Univ.), Wagai, R. (NIAES). Variation in ecosystem silicon cycling via plants with elevation and bedrock on Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia

Animal-Plant Interaction
Best Award
*KATSUHARA, K., USHIMARU, A.(Kobe Univ.), KITAMURA, S.(Ishikawa Prefectual Univ.). Functional significance of inconspicuous petals in scent-attracted flowers
Excellent Award
*Imada, Y., Kato, M. (Kyoto Univ.).  Ecology and evolution of the association between bryophytes and herbivorous insects

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