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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 29, Number 4, April 2002

Cladistic biogeography and the art of discovery
pp. 427-444(18)
Authors: Ebach, Malte C.; Humphries, Christopher J.

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Rarity, specialization and extinction in primates
pp. 445-456(12)
Authors: Harcourt, A. H.; Coppeto, S. A.; Parks, S. A.

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Endemic mammalian genera: are they really unique?
pp. 457-464(8)
Authors: Danell, Kjell; Aava-Olsson, Birgitta

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Mammal extinctions on Australian islands: causes and conservation implications
pp. 465-473(9)
Authors: Burbidge, Andrew A.; Manly, Bryan F. J.

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Nested species assemblages of amphibians and reptiles on islands in the Laurentian Great Lakes
pp. 475-489(15)
Authors: Hecnar, S. J.; Casper, G. S.; Russell, R. W.; Hecnar, D. R.; Robinson, J. N.

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Distribution patterns of carabid beetle species at the landscape-level
pp. 491-508(18)
Authors: Judas, Michael; Dornieden, Klaus; Strothmann, Ulrich

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Can landscape-scale characteristics be used to predict plant invasions along rivers?
pp. 535-543(9)
Authors: Campbell, G. S.; Blackwell, P. G.; Woodward, F. I.

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Correspondence
pp. 555-557(3)
Author: Lomolino, MArkV.

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Heterogeneity: the essence of ecology
pp. 559-559(1)
Author: THOMPSON, KEN

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Palaeobiology: the next generation
pp. 560-560(1)
Author: Crowhurst, Simon

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