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Diversity & Distributions was previously published as Biodiversity Letters.

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 11, Number 3, May 2005

Minimum residence time, biogeographical origin, and life cycle as determinants of the geographical extent of naturalized plants in continental Chile
pp. 183-191(9)
Authors: Castro, Sergio A.; Figueroa, Javier A.; Muñoz-Schick, Mélica; Jaksic, Fabian M.

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A pleasing consequence of Norway rat eradication: two shrew species recover
pp. 193-198(6)
Authors: Pascal, Michel; Siorat, François; Lorvelec, Olivier; Yésou, Pierre; Simberloff, Daniel

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Dispersal of forest birds and trees along the Uruguay River in southern South America
pp. 205-217(13)
Authors: Nores, Manuel; Cerana, María M.; Serra, Diego A.

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The sensitivity of lizards to elevation: A case study from south-eastern Australia
pp. 225-233(9)
Authors: Fischer, Joern; Lindenmayer, David B.

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Range expansion by moose into coastal temperate rainforests of British Columbia, Canada
pp. 235-239(5)
Authors: Darimont, C. T.; Paquet, P. C.; Reimchen, T. E.; Crichton, V.

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Latitudinal gradients of parasite species richness in primates
pp. 249-256(8)
Authors: Nunn, Charles L.; Altizer, Sonia M.; Sechrest, Wes; Cunningham, Andrew A.

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