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Volume 36, Number 10, October 2009

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The first humans, the second orangutan and the third chimpanzee
pp. 1821-1822(2)
Authors: Riddle, Brett R.; Whittaker, Robert J.

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Evolution of the second orangutan: phylogeny and biogeography of hominid origins
pp. 1823-1844(22)
Authors: Grehan, John R.; Schwartz, Jeffrey H.

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Geographical patterns of genetic structure in marine species with contrasting life histories
pp. 1881-1890(10)
Authors: Pelc, R. A.; Warner, R. R.; Gaines, S. D.

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The effects of mowing and agricultural landscape management on population movements of the common quail
pp. 1891-1898(8)
Authors: Rodríguez-Teijeiro, José Domingo; Sardà-Palomera, Francesc; Nadal, Jesús; Ferrer, Xavier; Ponz, Carolina; Puigcerver, Manel

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Contrasting patterns and mechanisms of spatial turnover for native and exotic freshwater fish in Europe
pp. 1899-1912(14)
Authors: Leprieur, Fabien; Olden, Julian D.; Lek, Sovan; Brosse, Sébastien

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Effects of habitat history and extinction selectivity on species-richness patterns of an island land snail fauna
pp. 1913-1922(10)
Authors: Chiba, Satoshi; Okochi, Isamu; Ohbayashi, Takashi; Miura, Daichi; Mori, Hideaki; Kimura, Kazuki; Wada, Shinichiro

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Fragmentation and pre-existing species turnover determine land-snail assemblages of tropical rain forest
pp. 1923-1938(16)
Authors: Raheem, Dinarzarde C.; Naggs, Fred; James Chimonides, P. D.; Preece, Richard C.; Eggleton, Paul

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Diversity, endemism and species turnover of millipedes within the south-western Australian global biodiversity hotspot
pp. 1958-1971(14)
Authors: Moir, Melinda L.; Brennan, Karl E. C.; Harvey, Mark S.

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Multiple colonizations of a remote oceanic archipelago by one species: how common is long-distance dispersal?
pp. 1972-1977(6)
Authors: Shepherd, Lara D.; de Lange, Peter J.; Perrie, Leon R.

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Species–area functions revisited
pp. 1994-2004(11)
Authors: Williams, Matthew R.; Lamont, Byron B.; Henstridge, John D.

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Diversity, endemism and evolution in the Coral Triangle
pp. 2008-2010(3)
Author: Briggs, J. C.

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Endemism and evolution in the Coral Triangle: a call for clarity
pp. 2010-2012(3)
Authors: Bellwood, David R.; Meyer, Christopher P.

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