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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 39, Number 1, 1 January 2012

Eight (and a half) deadly sins of spatial analysis
pp. 1-9(9)
Author: Hawkins, Bradford A.

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Accounting for multi‐scale spatial autocorrelation improves performance of invasive species distribution modelling (iSDM)
pp. 42-55(14)
Authors: Václavík, Tomáš; Kupfer, John A.; Meentemeyer, Ross K.

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Spatial autocorrelation patterns of stream invertebrates: exogenous and endogenous factors
pp. 56-68(13)
Authors: Bonada, Núria; Dolédec, Sylvain; Statzner, Bernhard

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Snails can survive passage through a bird’s digestive system
pp. 69-73(5)
Authors: Wada, Shinichiro; Kawakami, Kazuto; Chiba, Satoshi

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An arctic community of symbiotic fungi assembled by long‐distance dispersers: phylogenetic diversity of ectomycorrhizal basidiomycetes in Svalbard based on soil and sporocarp DNA
pp. 74-88(15)
Authors: Geml, József; Timling, Ina; Robinson, Clare H.; Lennon, Niall; Nusbaum, H. Chad; Brochmann, Christian; Noordeloos, Machiel E.; Taylor, D. Lee

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Modelling the effect of size on the aerial dispersal of microorganisms
pp. 89-97(9)
Authors: Wilkinson, David M.; Koumoutsaris, Symeon; Mitchell, Edward A. D.; Bey, Isabelle

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West to east dispersal and subsequent rapid diversification of the mega‐diverse genus Begonia (Begoniaceae) in the Malesian archipelago
pp. 98-113(16)
Authors: Thomas, D. C.; Hughes, M.; Phutthai, T.; Ardi, W. H.; Rajbhandary, S.; Rubite, R.; Twyford, A. D.; Richardson, J. E.

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Biogeography of tuna and billfish communities
pp. 114-129(16)
Authors: Reygondeau, Gabriel; Maury, Olivier; Beaugrand, Gregory; Fromentin, Jean Marc; Fonteneau, Alain; Cury, Philippe

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Biogeography and the structure of coral reef fish communities on isolated islands
pp. 130-139(10)
Authors: Hobbs, Jean‐Paul A.; Jones, Geoffrey P.; Munday, Philip L.; Connolly, Sean R.; Srinivasan, Maya

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Biogeographical patterns of algal communities in the Mediterranean Sea: Cystoseira crinita‐dominated assemblages as a case study
pp. 140-152(13)
Authors: Sales, Marta; Ballesteros, Enric; Anderson, Marti J.; Iveša, Ljiljana; Cardona, Eva

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Range shift promotes the formation of stable range edges
pp. 153-161(9)
Author: Phillips, Ben L.

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Forest composition in Mediterranean mountains is projected to shift along the entire elevational gradient under climate change
pp. 162-176(15)
Authors: Ruiz‐Labourdette, Diego; Nogués‐Bravo, David; Ollero, Helios Sáinz; Schmitz, María F.; Pineda, Francisco D.

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Metacommunity analysis of Mexican bats: environmentally mediated structure in an area of high geographic and environmental complexity
pp. 177-192(16)
Authors: López‐González, Celia; Presley, Steven J.; Lozano, Abraham; Stevens, Richard D.; Higgins, Christopher L.

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Global patterns of specialization and coexistence in bird assemblages
pp. 193-203(11)
Authors: Belmaker, Jonathan; Sekercioglu, Cagan H.; Jetz, Walter

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Niche breadth, rarity and ecological characteristics within a regional flora spanning large environmental gradients
pp. 204-214(11)
Authors: Boulangeat, Isabelle; Lavergne, Sébastien; Van Es, Jérémie; Garraud, Luc; Thuiller, Wilfried

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