Diversity & Distributions was previously published as Biodiversity Letters.

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Volume 15, Number 5, September 2009

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Estimating and conserving patterns of invertebrate diversity: a test case of New Zealand land snails
pp. 731-741(11)
Authors: Overton, Jacob McC.; Barker, Gary M.; Price, Robbie

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Genetic diversity of endangered brown bear (Ursus arctos) populations at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa
pp. 742-750(9)
Authors: Calvignac, Sébastien; Hughes, Sandrine; Hänni, Catherine

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Range expansion by invasive marine algae: rates and patterns of spread at a regional scale
pp. 762-775(14)
Authors: Lyons, Devin A.; Scheibling, Robert E.

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The affects of artificial water availability on large herbivore ranging patterns in savanna habitats: a new approach based on modelling elephant path distributions
pp. 776-783(8)
Authors: Shannon, Graeme; Matthews, Wayne S.; Page, Bruce R.; Parker, Guy E.; Smith, Robert J.

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Higher genetic diversity in introduced than in native populations of the mussel Mytella charruana: evidence of population admixture at introduction sites
pp. 784-795(12)
Authors: Gillis, Nancy K.; Walters, Linda J.; Fernandes, Flavio C.; Hoffman, Eric A.

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Links between estuarine condition and spatial distributions of marine invaders
pp. 807-821(15)
Authors: Dafforn, Katherine A.; Glasby, Tim M.; Johnston, Emma L.

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Understanding invasion history: genetic structure and diversity of two globally invasive plants and implications for their management
pp. 822-830(9)
Authors: Prentis, P. J.; Sigg, D. P.; Raghu, S.; Dhileepan, K.; Pavasovic, A.; Lowe, A. J.

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Predicting introduction, establishment and potential impacts of smallmouth bass
pp. 831-840(10)
Authors: Sharma, Sapna; Herborg, Leif-Matthias; Therriault, Thomas W.

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Global conservation strategies for two clades of snakes: combining taxon-specific goals with general prioritization schemes
pp. 841-851(11)
Authors: Terribile, Levi Carina; de Oliveira, Guilherme; Albuquerque, Fábio; Rodríguez, Miguel Ángel; Diniz-Filho, José Alexandre Felizola

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Species–area relationships of red-listed species in old boreal forests: a large-scale data analysis
pp. 852-862(11)
Authors: Tikkanen, Olli-Pekka; Punttila, Pekka; Heikkilä, Raimo

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An elevational shift of cryophilous bryophytes in the last century – an effect of climate warming?
pp. 871-879(9)
Authors: Bergamini, Ariel; Ungricht, Stefan; Hofmann, Heike

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The global invasion success of Central European plants is related to distribution characteristics in their native range and species traits
pp. 891-903(13)
Authors: Pyšek, Petr; Jarošík, Vojtěch; Pergl, Jan; Randall, Rod; Chytrý, Milan; Kühn, Ingolf; Tichý, Lubomír; Danihelka, Jiří; Chrtek jun, Jindřich; Sádlo, Jiří

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The more you introduce the more you get: the role of colonization pressure and propagule pressure in invasion ecology
pp. 904-910(7)
Authors: Lockwood, Julie L.; Cassey, Phillip; Blackburn, Tim M.

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Across island and continents, mammals are more successful invaders than birds (Reply)
pp. 911-912(2)
Authors: Rodriguez-Cabal, Mariano A.; Barrios-Garcia, M. Noelia; Simberloff, Daniel

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Erratum
pp. 915-915(1)

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