Diversity & Distributions was previously published as Biodiversity Letters.

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Volume 15, Number 2, March 2009

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Threats and biodiversity in the mediterranean biome
pp. 188-197(10)
Authors: Underwood, Emma C.; Viers, Joshua H.; Klausmeyer, Kirk R.; Cox, Robin L.; Shaw, M. Rebecca

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Temporal variability of nestedness and idiosyncratic species in stream insect assemblages
pp. 198-206(9)
Authors: Heino, Jani; Mykrä, Heikki; Muotka, Timo

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Foundations for conservation of intraspecific genetic diversity revealed by analysis of phylogeographical structure in the endangered endemic lizard Podarcis lilfordi
pp. 207-221(15)
Authors: Terrasa, B.; Pérez-Mellado, V.; Brown, R. P.; Picornell, A.; Castro, J. A.; Ramon, M. M.

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Incorporating habitat use in models of fauna fatalities on roads
pp. 222-231(10)
Authors: Roger, Erin; Ramp, Daniel

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A long-term study (1949–2005) of experimental introductions to an island; freshwater amphipods (Crustacea) in the Isle of Man (British Isles)
pp. 232-241(10)
Authors: MacNeil, Calum; Dick, Jaimie T. A.; Gell, Fiona R.; Selman, Richard; Lenartowicz, Paul; Hynes, H. B. Noel

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Human land use, agriculture, pesticides and losses of imperiled species
pp. 242-253(12)
Authors: Gibbs, Katherine E.; Mackey, Robin L.; Currie, David J.

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Seedling establishment of Asteraceae forbs along altitudinal gradients: a comparison of transplant experiments in the native and introduced ranges
pp. 254-265(12)
Authors: Poll, Myriam; Naylor, Bridgett J.; Alexander, Jake M.; Edwards, Peter J.; Dietz, Hansjörg

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Resistance and resilience: quantifying relative extinction risk in a diverse assemblage of Australian tropical rainforest vertebrates
pp. 280-288(9)
Authors: Isaac, Joanne L.; Vanderwal, Jeremy; Johnson, Christopher N.; Williams, Stephen E.

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Satellite sleuthing: does remotely sensed land-cover change signal ecological degradation in a protected area?
pp. 299-309(11)
Authors: Waite, T. A.; Corey, S. J.; Campbell, L. G.; Chhangani, A. K.; Rice, J.; Robbins, P.

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The effect of enemy-release and climate conditions on invasive birds: a regional test using the rose-ringed parakeet (Psittacula krameri) as a case study
pp. 310-318(9)
Authors: Shwartz, Assaf; Strubbe, Diederik; Butler, Chris John; Matthysen, Erik; Kark, Salit

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Species–area relationship of Neotropical waterbird assemblages in remnant wetlands: looking at the mechanisms
pp. 319-327(9)
Authors: Guadagnin, Demétrio Luis; Maltchik, Leonardo; Fonseca, Carlos Roberto

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How many birds are there in a city of half a million people?
pp. 328-337(10)
Authors: Fuller, Richard A.; Tratalos, Jamie; Gaston, Kevin J.

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Do urban areas act as foci for the spread of alien plant species? An assessment of temporal trends in the UK
pp. 338-345(8)
Authors: Botham, M. S.; Rothery, P.; Hulme, P. E.; Hill, M. O.; Preston, C. D.; Roy, D. B.

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Invasion phylogeography of the Ponto-Caspian crustacean Limnomysis benedeni dispersing across Europe
pp. 346-355(10)
Authors: Audzijonyte, Asta; Wittmann, Karl J.; Ovcarenko, Irina; Väinölä, Risto

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Microclimate and tree community linked to differences in lepidopteran larval communities between forest fragments and continuous forest
pp. 356-365(10)
Authors: Savilaakso, Sini; Koivisto, Jenny; Veteli, Timo O.; Roininen, Heikki

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