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Volume 38, Number 12, 1 December 2011

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The human dimension of fire regimes on Earth
pp. 2223-2236(14)
Authors: Bowman, David M. J. S.; Balch, Jennifer; Artaxo, Paulo; Bond, William J.; Cochrane, Mark A.; D’Antonio, Carla M.; DeFries, Ruth; Johnston, Fay H.; Keeley, Jon E.; Krawchuk, Meg A.; Kull, Christian A.; Mack, Michelle; Moritz, Max A.; Pyne, Stephen; Roos, Christopher I.; Scott, Andrew C.; Sodhi, Navjot S.; Swetnam, Thomas W.

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Climatic niche conservatism and the evolutionary dynamics in species range boundaries: global congruence across mammals and amphibians
pp. 2237-2247(11)
Authors: Olalla‐Tárraga, Miguel Á.; McInnes, Lynsey; Bini, Luis M.; Diniz‐Filho, José A. F.; Fritz, Susanne A.; Hawkins, Bradford A.; Hortal, Joaquín; Orme, C. David L.; Rahbek, Carsten; Rodríguez, Miguel Á.; Purvis, Andy

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Modelling biome shifts and tree cover change for 2050 in West Africa
pp. 2248-2258(11)
Authors: Heubes, Jonathan; Kühn, Ingolf; König, Konstantin; Wittig, Rüdiger; Zizka, Georg; Hahn, Karen

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Interspecific variation in primate coat colour supports Gloger’s rule
pp. 2270-2277(8)
Authors: Kamilar, Jason M.; Bradley, Brenda J.

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The maximal body mass–area relationship in island mammals
pp. 2278-2285(8)
Authors: Millien, Virginie; Gonzalez, Andrew

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Range limits and geographic patterns of abundance of the rocky intertidal owl limpet,
pp. 2286-2298(13)
Authors: Fenberg, Phillip B.; Rivadeneira, Marcelo M.

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Ephemeral Pleistocene woodlands connect the dots for highland rattlesnakes of the
pp. 2299-2310(12)
Authors: Bryson, Robert W.; Murphy, Robert W.; Graham, Matthew R.; Lathrop, Amy; Lazcano, David

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Deep intra‐island divergence of a montane forest endemic: phylogeography of the Puerto Rican frog
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Authors: Barker, Brittany S.; Waide, Robert B.; Cook, Joseph A.

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Molecular phylogeography of Jerdon’s pitviper (
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Authors: Guo, Peng; Liu, Qin; Li, Cao; Chen, Xin; Jiang, Ke; Wang, Yue Z.; Malhotra, Anita

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The extraordinary journey of
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Authors: Symmank, Lars; Samain, Marie‐Stéphanie; Smith, James F.; Pino, Guillermo; Stoll, Alexandra; Goetghebeur, Paul; Neinhuis, Christoph; Wanke, Stefan

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Contrasting patterns of phylogenetic assemblage structure along the elevational gradient for major hummingbird clades
pp. 2350-2361(12)
Authors: Parra, Juan L.; Rahbek, Carsten; McGuire, Jimmy A.; Graham, Catherine H.

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Explaining the causes of the zoogeographic transition around the Isthmus of Kra: using bats as a case study
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Authors: Hughes, Alice C.; Satasook, Chutamas; Bates, Paul J. J.; Bumrungsri, Sara; Jones, Gareth

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Binary matrices and checkerboard distributions of birds in the Bismarck Archipelago
pp. 2373-2383(11)
Authors: Collins, Michael D.; Simberloff, Daniel; Connor, Edward F.

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Response to Collins
pp. 2397-2397(1)
Authors: Sanderson, James G.; Diamond, Jared; Pimm, Stuart L.

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Evolution of human–ape relationships remains open for investigation
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Authors: Grehan, John R.; Schwartz, Jeffrey H.

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