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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 30, Number 2, February 2003

An addiction to Southeast Asian biogeography
pp. 161-163(3)
Author: Holloway, Jeremy D.

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Plant collecting spread and densities: their potential impact on biogeographical studies in Thailand
pp. 193-209(17)
Authors: Parnell, J. A. N.; Simpson, D. A.; Moat, J.; Kirkup, D. W.; Chantaranothai, P.; Boyce, P. C.; Bygrave, P.; Dransfield, S.; Jebb, M. H. P.; Macklin, J.; Meade, C.; Middleton, D. J.; Muasya, A. M.; Prajaksood, A.; Pendry, C. A.; Pooma, R.; Suddee, S.; Wilkin, P.

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Phylogeography of the Southeast Asian stone oaks (Lithocarpus)
pp. 211-226(16)
Authors: Cannon, Charles H.; Manos, Paul S.

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Environmental responses of Pinus ponderosa and associated species in the south-western USA
pp. 257-276(20)
Authors: Humphries, H. C.; Bourgeron, P. S.

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Primary plant succession on recently deglaciated terrain in the C--anadian High Arctic
pp. 277-296(20)
Authors: Jones, Glenda A.; Henry, Greg H. R.

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Continental rain forest fragments in Singapore resist invasion by exotic plants
pp. 305-310(6)
Authors: Teo, Debbie H. L.; Tan, Hugh T. W.; Corlett, Richard T.; Wong, Choong Min; Lum, Shawn K. Y.

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First seed atlas on New Zealand gymnosperms and dicotyledons
pp. 311-311(1)
Author: Stuppy, Wolfgang

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The enigma of ecosystem and conservation monitoring
pp. 312-313(2)
Author: Kent, Martin

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