Global Ecology & Biogeography was previously published as Global Ecology & Biogeography Letters.

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Volume 15, Number 2, March 2006

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On defining and quantifying biotic homogenization
pp. 113-120(8)
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Incursion and excursion of Antarctic biota: past, present and future
pp. 121-142(22)
Authors: Barnes, D. K. A.; Hodgson, D. A.; Convey, P.; Allen, C. S.; Clarke, A.

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Range size-abundance relationships in Australian passerines
pp. 143-152(10)
Authors: Symonds, Matthew R. E.; Johnson, Christopher N.

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Patterns of diversity in microscopic animals: are they comparable to those in protists or in larger animals?
pp. 153-162(10)
Authors: Fontaneto, Diego; Ficetola, Gentile Francesco; Ambrosini, Roberto; Ricci, Claudia

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The geographic distribution of mammal body size in Europe
pp. 173-181(9)
Authors: Rodríguez, Miguel Á.; López-Sañudo, Irene L.; Hawkins, Bradford A.

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Continental fire density patterns in South America
pp. 192-199(8)
Authors: Bella, C. M.; Jobbágy, E. G.; Paruelo, J. M.; Pinnock, S.

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Identification of current ecosystem functional types in the Iberian Peninsula
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