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Diversity & Distributions was previously published as Biodiversity Letters.

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 15, Number 1, January 2009

History meets ecology: a geographical analysis of ecological restriction in the Neotropical humid montane forests avifaunas
pp. 1-11(11)
Authors: Sánchez-González, Luis Antonio; Navarro-Sigüenza, Adolfo G.

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Reducing redundancy in invasion ecology by integrating hypotheses into a single theoretical framework
pp. 22-40(19)
Authors: Catford, Jane A.; Jansson, Roland; Nilsson, Christer

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Enhanced niche opportunities: can they explain the success of New Zealand's introduced bird species?
pp. 41-49(9)
Authors: MacLeod, Catriona J.; Newson, Stuart E.; Blackwell, Grant; Duncan, Richard P.

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Exploring species attributes and site characteristics to assess plant invasions in Spain
pp. 50-58(9)
Authors: Gassó, Núria; Sol, Daniel; Pino, Joan; Dana, Elías D.; Lloret, Francisco; Sanz-Elorza, Mario; Sobrino, Eduardo; Vilà, Montserrat

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Evaluation of consensus methods in predictive species distribution modelling
pp. 59-69(11)
Authors: Marmion, Mathieu; Parviainen, Miia; Luoto, Miska; Heikkinen, Risto K.; Thuiller, Wilfried

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Indicator taxa revisited: useful for conservation planning?
pp. 70-79(10)
Authors: Larsen, Frank Wugt; Bladt, Jesper; Rahbek, Carsten

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Lake construction has facilitated calanoid copepod invasions in New Zealand
pp. 80-87(8)
Authors: Banks, Chistopher M.; Duggan, Ian C.

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European map of alien plant invasions based on the quantitative assessment across habitats
pp. 98-107(10)
Authors: Chytrý, Milan; Pyšek, Petr; Wild, Jan; Pino, Joan; Maskell, Lindsay C.; Vilà, Montserrat

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From introduction to the establishment of alien species: bioclimatic differences between presence and reproduction localities in the slider turtle
pp. 108-116(9)
Authors: Ficetola, Gentile Francesco; Thuiller, Wilfried; Padoa-Schioppa, Emilio

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Predicting global abundance of a threatened species from its occurrence: implications for conservation planning
pp. 117-121(5)
Authors: Figueiredo, Marcos S. L.; Grelle, Carlos Eduardo V.

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Measuring community responses to large-scale disturbance in conservation biogeography
pp. 122-130(9)
Authors: Devictor, Vincent; Robert, Alexandre

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Habitat diversity, ecological requirements of species and the Small Island Effect
pp. 131-140(10)
Authors: Sfenthourakis, Spyros; Triantis, Kostas A.

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Herbivory is related to taxonomic isolation, but not to invasiveness of tropical alien plants
pp. 141-147(7)
Authors: Dawson, Wayne; Burslem, David F. R. P.; Hulme, Philip E.

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The distribution of range sizes of native and alien plants in four European countries and the effects of residence time
pp. 158-166(9)
Authors: Williamson, Mark; Dehnen-Schmutz, Katharina; Kühn, Ingolf; Hill, Mark; Klotz, Stefan; Milbau, Ann; Stout, Jane; Pyšek, Petr

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Effect of species rarity on the accuracy of species distribution models for reptiles and amphibians in southern California
pp. 167-177(11)
Authors: Franklin, Janet; Wejnert, Katherine E.; Hathaway, Stacie A.; Rochester, Carlton J.; Fisher, Robert N.

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Assessing the effectiveness of protected areas: paradoxes call for pluralism in evaluating conservation performance
pp. 178-182(5)
Authors: Caro, Tim; Gardner, Toby A.; Stoner, Chantal; Fitzherbert, Emily; Davenport, Tim R. B.

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