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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 27, Number 5, September 2000

How to go extinct: lessons from the lost plants of Krakatau
pp. 1049-1064(16)
Authors: Whittaker, Robert J.; Field, Richard; Partomihardjo, Tukirin

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Holocene palaeoenvironments of salt lakes in the Darling Anabranch region, south-western New South Wales, Australia
pp. 1079-1094(16)
Authors: Cupper, Matthew L.; Drinnan, Andrew N.; Thomas, Ian

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Plant dispersal in boreal rivers and its relation to the diversity of riparian flora
pp. 1095-1106(12)
Authors: Andersson, Elisabet; Nilsson, Christer; Johansson, Mats E.

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Effects of postsettlement human activities on forest composition in the north-eastern United States: a comparative approach
pp. 1123-1138(16)
Authors: Bürgi, Matthias; Russell, Emily W. B.; Motzkin, Glenn

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Centrifugal speciation and centres of origin
pp. 1183-1188(6)
Author: Briggs, John C.

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Biogeography and evolutionary history of Hyperolius species: application of molecular phylogeny
pp. 1231-1243(13)
Authors: Wieczorek, Ania M.; Drewes, Robert C.; Channing, Alan

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Book Reviews
pp. 1251-1252(2)
Author: lomolino, mark V.

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Book Reviews
pp. 1252-1252(1)
Author: allen, judy R. M.

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Book Reviews
pp. 1253-1254(2)
Author: rieseberg, loren H.

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Book Reviews
pp. 1254-1254(1)
Author: holmes, eddie

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Book Reviews
pp. 1254-1255(2)
Author: george, annette

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Book Reviews
pp. 1255-1256(2)
Author: dawson, terence

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Correspondence
pp. 1256-1256(1)
Author: isenmann, paul

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