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Volume 35, Number 12, December 2008

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Testing Holling’s textural-discontinuity hypothesis
pp. 2149-2150(2)
Authors: Gagné, SaraA.; Proulx, Raphaël; Fahrig, Lenore

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Synthesizing biotic patterns and geology for New Caledonia
pp. 2151-2152(2)
Author: Ladiges, PaulineY.

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Surviving out in the cold: Antarctic endemic invertebrates and their refugia
pp. 2176-2186(11)
Authors: Pugh, P. J. A.; Convey, P.

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Geographical patterns of abundance: testing expectations of the ‘abundance optimum’ model in two taxa of ectoparasitic arthropods
pp. 2187-2194(8)
Authors: Krasnov, Boris R.; Shenbrot, Georgy I.; Khokhlova, Irina S.; Vinarski, Maxim; Korallo-Vinarskaya, Natalia; Poulin, Robert

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Walking with worms: coral-associated epifaunal nematodes
pp. 2207-2222(16)
Authors: Raes, M.; Decraemer, W.; Vanreusel, A.

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Interpretation of the last-glacial vegetation of eastern-central Europe using modern analogues from southern Siberia
pp. 2223-2236(14)
Authors: Kuneš, Petr; Pelánková, Barbora; Chytrý, Milan; Jankovská, Vlasta; Pokorný, Petr; Petr, Libor

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Ethnobotanical ground-truthing: indigenous knowledge, floristic inventories and satellite imagery in the upper Rio Negro, Brazil
pp. 2237-2248(12)
Authors: Abraão, Marcia Barbosa; Nelson, Bruce W.; Baniwa, João Cláudio; Yu, Douglas W.; Shepard Jr, Glenn H.

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Earlywood vessel size of oak as a potential proxy for spring precipitation in mesic sites
pp. 2249-2257(9)
Authors: Fonti, Patrick; García-González, Ignacio

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Exploring the Afromontane centre of endemism: Kniphofia Moench (Asphodelaceae) as a floristic indicator
pp. 2258-2273(16)
Authors: Ramdhani, Syd; Barker, Nigel P.; Baijnath, Himansu

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Can spatial variation in epiphyte diversity and community structure be predicted from sampling vascular epiphytes alone?
pp. 2274-2288(15)
Authors: Affeld, K.; Sullivan, J.; Worner, S. P.; Didham, R. K.

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Spatial aspects of trait homogenization within the German flora
pp. 2289-2297(9)
Authors: Winter, Marten; Kühn, Ingolf; Nentwig, Wolfgang; Klotz, Stefan

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Modelling and predicting fungal distribution patterns using herbarium data
pp. 2298-2310(13)
Authors: Wollan, Anders K.; Bakkestuen, Vegar; Kauserud, Håvard; Gulden, Gro; Halvorsen, Rune

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Historical biogeography and phenotype-phylogeny of Chroodiscus (lichenized Ascomycota: Ostropales: Graphidaceae)
pp. 2311-2327(17)
Authors: Lücking, Robert; Papong, Khwanruan; Thammathaworn, Achra; Boonpragob, Kansri

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Author Index
pp. 2328-2331(4)

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