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Panbiogeography from tracks to ocean basins: evolving perspectives
Towards a more general species–area relationship: diversity on all islands, great and small
Comparison of methods to estimate historic species richness of mammals for tests of faunal relaxation in Canadian parks
Wiersma, Y.F.; Nudds, T.D.
Scale and species richness: towards a general, hierarchical theory of species diversity
Whittaker, R.J.; Willis, K.J.; Field, R.
Explanations of patterns of intertidal diversity at regional scales
Zacharias, M.A.; Roff, J.C.
Latitudinal distribution of body size in north-eastern Pacific marine bivalves
Roy, K.; Martien, K.K.
Biogeographic relationships of the Galapagos terrestrial biota: parsimony analyses of endemicity based on reptiles, land birds and Scalesia land plants
Bisconti; Landini; Bianucci; Cantalamessa; Carnevale; Ragaini; Valleri
The biogeographic regions reconsidered
Floristic analysis of vascular plant genera of North America north of Mexico: spatial patterning of phytogeography
Floristic affinities between the Yucatán Peninsula and some karstic areas of Cuba
Chiappy; Rico; Gama; Giddings
A cladistic biogeographic analysis of New Zealand land mollusca: where is the evidence? A comment on G.M. Barker and P.C. Mayhill (1999) Patterns of diversity and habitat relationships in terrestrial mollusc communities of the Pukeamaru Ecological District, northeastern New Zealand. Journal of Biogeography, 26, 215–238.
The ecology of seeds and seedlings Fenner, M. (ed.) (2000) Seeds: the ecology of regeneration in plant communities, 2nd edn. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK. xi + 410 pp, figs, tables, index. Hardback: Price £60.00, US$110.00. ISBN 0-85199-432-6.
A life on the ocean wave Nelson, E. C. (2000) Sea beans and nickar nuts. BSBI Handbook no. 10, Botanical Society of the British Isles, London. 156 pp., figs, index. Paperback: Price £13.95. ISBN 0-901158-29-1.