Diversity & Distributions was previously published as Biodiversity Letters.

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Volume 16, Number 2, March 2010

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Little evidence of invasion by alien conifers in Europe
pp. 203-213(11)
Authors: Carrillo-Gavilán, María Amparo; Vilà, Montserrat

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Past and present potential distribution of the Iberian Abies species: a phytogeographic approach using fossil pollen data and species distribution models
pp. 214-228(15)
Authors: Alba-Sánchez, Francisca; López-Sáez, José A.; Pando, Blas Benito-de; Linares, Juan C.; Nieto-Lugilde, Diego; López-Merino, Lourdes

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Identification of significant shorebird areas: thresholds and criteria
pp. 229-242(14)
Authors: Clemens, R. S.; Weston, M. A.; Haslem, A.; Silcocks, A.; Ferris, J.

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Thermogeography predicts the potential global range of the invasive European green crab (Carcinus maenas)
pp. 243-255(13)
Authors: Compton, T. J.; Leathwick, J. R.; Inglis, G. J.

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Robust methods for detecting a small island effect
pp. 256-266(11)
Author: Dengler, Jürgen

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Half a century of succession in a temperate oakwood: from species-rich community to mesic forest
pp. 267-276(10)
Authors: Hédl, Radim; Kopecký, Martin; Komárek, Josef

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The influences of snow cover, vegetation and topography on the upper range limit of common wombats Vombatus ursinus in the subalpine zone, Australia
pp. 277-287(11)
Authors: Matthews, Alison; Spooner, Peter G.; Lunney, Daniel; Green, Ken; Klomp, Nicholas I.

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Timing of propagule release significantly alters the deposition area of resulting aerial dispersal
pp. 288-299(12)
Authors: Savage, David; Barbetti, Martin J.; MacLeod, William J.; Salam, Moin U.; Renton, Michael

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Spreading to a limit: the time required for a neophyte to reach its maximum range
pp. 310-311(2)
Authors: Gassó, Núria; Pyšek, Petr; Vilà, Montserrat; Williamson, Mark

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Corrigendum
pp. 312-312(1)

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