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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 35, Number 11, November 2008

Evolution of bird migration in a biogeographical context
pp. 1951-1959(9)
Authors: Bruderer, Bruno; Salewski, Volker

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Do humans homogenize or differentiate biotas? It depends
pp. 1960-1961(2)
Author: McKinney, Michael

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Do feral buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) explain the increase of woody cover in savannas of Kakadu National Park, Australia?
pp. 1976-1988(13)
Authors: Bowman, D. M. J. S.; Riley, J. E.; Boggs, G. S.; Lehmann, C. E. R.; Prior, L. D.

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Primary succession of subarctic vegetation and soil on the fast-rising coast of eastern Hudson Bay, Canada
pp. 1989-1999(11)
Authors: Laliberté, Ann-Catherine; Payette, Serge

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Influence of physiographic and climatic factors on spatial patterns of acorn production in Maryland and Virginia, USA
pp. 2012-2025(14)
Authors: Fearer, Todd M.; Norman, Gary W.; Pack Sr, James C.; Bittner, Steve; Healy, William M.

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Definition of grassland biomes from phytoliths in West Africa
pp. 2039-2048(10)
Authors: Bremond, Laurent; Alexandre, Anne; Peyron, Odile; Guiot, Joël

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Patterns of density, diversity, and the distribution of migratory strategies in the Russian boreal forest avifauna
pp. 2049-2060(12)
Authors: Greenberg, Russell; Kozlenko, Anna; Etterson, Matthew; Dietsch, Thomas

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Explanations for bird species range size: ecological correlates and phylogenetic effects in the Canary Islands
pp. 2061-2073(13)
Authors: Carrascal, Luis M.; Seoane, Javier; Palomino, David; Polo, Vicente

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Phylogeographic structure and regional history of Lemniscomys striatus (Rodentia: Muridae) in tropical Africa
pp. 2074-2089(16)
Authors: Nicolas, Violaine; Mboumba, Jean-François; Verheyen, Erik; Denys, Christiane; Lecompte, Emilie; Olayemi, Ayodeji; Missoup, Alain D.; Katuala, Pionus; Colyn, Marc

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Phylogeography of the pallid kangaroo mouse, Microdipodops pallidus: a sand-obligate endemic of the Great Basin, western North America
pp. 2102-2118(17)
Authors: Hafner, John C.; Upham, Nathan S.; Reddington, Emily; Torres, Candice W.

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Cytogeography of Solidago gigantea (Asteraceae) and its invasive ploidy level
pp. 2119-2127(9)
Authors: Schlaepfer, Daniel R.; Edwards, Peter J.; Semple, John C.; Billeter, Regula

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Red herring or low illumination? The peninsula effect revisited
pp. 2128-2137(10)
Authors: Jenkins, David G.; Rinne, Debra

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The mid-domain effect matters: simulation analyses of range-size distribution data from Mount Kinabalu, Borneo
pp. 2138-2147(10)
Authors: Grytnes, John-Arvid; Beaman, John H.; Romdal, Tom S.; Rahbek, Carsten

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