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Diversity & Distributions was previously published as Biodiversity Letters.

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 17, Number 2, March 2011

Funding begets biodiversity
pp. 191-200(10)
Authors: Ahrends, Antje; Burgess, Neil D.; Gereau, Roy E.; Marchant, Rob; Bulling, Mark T.; Lovett, Jon C.; Platts, Philip J.; Wilkins Kindemba, Victoria; Owen, Nisha; Fanning, Eibleis; Rahbek, Carsten

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Converging forest community composition along an edaphic gradient threatens landscape-level diversity
pp. 201-213(13)
Authors: Amatangelo, Kathryn L.; Fulton, Mark R.; Rogers, David A.; Waller, Donald M.

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Comparing latitudinal and upstream–downstream gradients: life history traits of invasive mosquitofish
pp. 214-224(11)
Authors: Carmona-Catot, Gerard; Benito, Josep; García-Berthou, Emili

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Determinants of beta diversity of spiders in coastal dunes along a gradient of mediterraneity
pp. 225-234(10)
Authors: Carvalho, José C.; Cardoso, Pedro; Crespo, Luís C.; Henriques, Sérgio; Carvalho, Rui; Gomes, Pedro

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Morphological and genetic differentiation in populations of the dispersal-limited coco de mer (Lodoicea maldivica): implications for management and conservation
pp. 235-243(9)
Authors: Fleischer-Dogley, Frauke; Kettle, Chris J.; Edwards, Peter J.; Ghazoul, Jaboury; Määttänen, Kirsti; Kaiser-Bunbury, Christopher N.

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Interrogating recent range changes in South African birds: confounding signals from land use and climate change present a challenge for attribution
pp. 254-261(8)
Authors: Hockey, Philip A. R.; Sirami, Clélia; Ridley, Amanda R.; Midgley, Guy F.; Babiker, Hassan A.

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Individualistic species limitations of climate-induced range expansions generated by meso-scale dispersal barriers
pp. 275-286(12)
Authors: Keith, Sally A.; Herbert, Roger J.H.; Norton, Paul A.; Hawkins, Stephen J.; Newton, Adrian C.

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Forest fragmentation drives Atlantic forest of northeastern Brazil to biotic homogenization
pp. 287-296(10)
Authors: Lôbo, Diele; Leão, Tarciso; Melo, Felipe P. L.; Santos, André M. M.; Tabarelli, Marcelo

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Planning for reserve adequacy in dynamic landscapes; maximizing future representation of vegetation communities under flood disturbance in the Pantanal wetland
pp. 297-310(14)
Authors: Lourival, Reinaldo; Drechsler, Martin; Watts, Matthew E.; Game, Edward T.; Possingham, Hugh P.

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Bioclimatic constraints to Andean cat distribution: a modelling application for rare species
pp. 311-322(12)
Authors: Marino, Jorgelina; Bennett, Magdalena; Cossios, Daniel; Iriarte, Agustin; Lucherini, Mauro; Pliscoff, Patricio; Sillero-Zubiri, Claudio; Villalba, Lilian; Walker, Susan

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Prediction and error in multi-stage models for spread of aquatic non-indigenous species
pp. 323-337(15)
Authors: Muirhead, Jim R.; Lewis, Mark A.; MacIsaac, Hugh J.

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Insights into the spatiotemporal component of feeding ecology: an isotopic approach for conservation management sciences
pp. 338-349(12)
Authors: Ramos, Raül; Ramírez, Francisco; Carrasco, Josep Lluís; Jover, Lluís

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Predicting potential distribution of the jaguar (Panthera onca) in Mexico: identification of priority areas for conservation
pp. 350-361(12)
Authors: Rodríguez-Soto, Clarita; Monroy-Vilchis, Octavio; Maiorano, Luigi; Boitani, Luigi; Faller, Juan Carlos; Briones, Miguel Á.; Núñez, Rodrigo; Rosas-Rosas, Octavio; Ceballos, Gerardo; Falcucci, Alessandra

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Marine invasion history and vector analysis of California: a hotspot for western North America
pp. 362-373(12)
Authors: Ruiz, Gregory M.; Fofonoff, Paul W.; Steves, Brian; Foss, Stephen F.; Shiba, Sharon N.

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