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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 28, Number 7, 1 July 2001

Comparative phylogeography as an integrative approach to historical biogeography
pp. 819-825(7)
Authors: Arbogast, B.S.; Kenagy, G.J.

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The species–area relationship does not have an asymptote!
pp. 827-830(4)
Authors: Williamson, M.; Gaston, K.J.; Lonsdale, W.M.

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Biogeography of tropical reef fishes: the South Atlantic puzzle
pp. 831-841(11)
Authors: Joyeux, J.; Floeter, S.R.; Ferreira, C.E.L.; Gasparini, J.L.

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Land-snail faunas of afromontane forests of Mount Kenya, Kenya: ecology, diversity and distribution patterns
pp. 843-861(19)
Authors: Tattersfield, P.; Warui, C.M.; Seddon, M.B.; Kiringe, J.W.

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The biogeographical relations of the frogs and snakes of Sundaland
pp. 863-891(29)
Authors: Inger, R.F.; Voris, H.K.

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The puma debate
pp. 941-941(1)
Author: Field, R.

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Ex situ physiology
pp. 941-942(2)
Author: Dangerfield, M.

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Studies on a Silurian relict
pp. 942-943(2)
Author: Warburg, M.

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