ISSN 1366-9516 (Print); ISSN 1472-4642 (Online)
Diversity & Distributions was previously published as Biodiversity Letters.
Stream communities across a rural–urban landscape gradient
Urban, Mark C.; Skelly, David K.; Burchsted, Denise; Price, William; Lowry, Sarah
Negative per capita effects of purple loosestrife and reed canary grass on plant diversity of wetland communities
Schooler, Shon S.; McEvoy, Peter B.; Coombs, Eric M.
Patterns of species richness for vascular plants in China's nature reserves
Zhao, Shuqing; Fang, Jingyun
Can Rapoport's rule explain tree species richness along the Himalayan elevation gradient, Nepal?
Bhattarai, Khem Raj; Vetaas, Ole R.
Modelling spatial and environmental effects at the edge of the distribution: the red-backed shrike Lanius collurio in Northern Portugal
Reino, Luís; Beja, Pedro; Heitor, António C.
Impacts of ecosystem engineers on community attributes: effects of cushion plants at different elevations of the Chilean Andes
Badano, Ernesto I.; Cavieres, Lohengrin A.
Invasion dynamics and potential spread of the invasive alien plant species Ageratina adenophora (Asteraceae) in China
Wang, Rui; Wang, Yin-Zheng
Burning and logging differentially affect endemic vs. widely distributed butterfly species in Borneo
Cleary, Daniel F. R.; Mooers, Arne Ø.
Prevalence of intraspecific relationships between range size and abundance in Danish birds
Borregaard, Michael Krabbe; Rahbek, Carsten
Museum collections, species distributions, and rarefaction
Solow, Andrew R.; Roberts, David L.
Patterns of invasion in the Laurentian Great Lakes in relation to changes in vector activity
Evaluating reserves for species richness and representation in northern California
Dunk, Jeffrey R.; Zielinski, William J.; Welsh, Hartwell H.
Biotic indirect effects: a neglected concept in invasion biology
White, Eve M.; Wilson, John C.; Clarke, Anthony R.
The fate of alien conifers in long-term plantings in the USA
Mortenson, Susan G.; Mack, Richard N.
Reconsidering null models of diversity: Do geometric constraints on species ranges necessarily cause a mid-domain effect?
Sandel, Brody S.; McKone, Mark J.