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Volume 40, Number 7, 1 July 2013

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The grassiness of all flesh
pp. 1213-1214(2)
Authors: Fortelius, Mikael; Whittaker, Robert

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Co‐invasion of South African ecosystems by an Australian legume and its rhizobial symbionts
pp. 1240-1251(12)
Authors: Ndlovu, Joice; Richardson, David M.; Wilson, John R. U.; Le Roux, Johannes J.; Ladiges, Pauline

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Patterns and drivers of regeneration of tree species in forests of peninsular Spain
pp. 1252-1265(14)
Authors: Vayreda, Jordi; Gracia, Marc; Martinez‐Vilalta, Jordi; Retana, Javier; Burns, K. C.

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Geographical partitioning of marine macrophyte assemblages in the tropical Pacific: a result of local and regional diversity processes
pp. 1266-1277(12)
Authors: Schils, Tom; Vroom, Peter S.; Tribollet, Aline D.; Dawson, Michael

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Divergent and narrower climatic niches characterize polyploid species of European primroses in Primula sect. Aleuritia
pp. 1278-1289(12)
Authors: Theodoridis, Spyros; Randin, Christophe; Broennimann, Olivier; Patsiou, Theofania; Conti, Elena; Pearson, Richard

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The relationship between limb reduction, body elongation and geographical range in lizards (Lerista, Scincidae)
pp. 1290-1297(8)
Authors: Lee, Michael S. Y.; Skinner, Adam; Camacho, Agustín; Patten, Michael

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Phylogeography of the Arizona hairy scorpion (Hadrurus arizonensis) supports a model of biotic assembly in the Mojave Desert and adds a new Pleistocene refugium
pp. 1298-1312(15)
Authors: Graham, Matthew R.; Jaeger, Jef R.; Prendini, Lorenzo; Riddle, Brett R.; McGeoch, Melodie

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The role of ecology in the geographical separation of blood parasites infecting an insular bird
pp. 1313-1323(11)
Authors: Cornuault, Josselin; Khimoun, Aurélie; Harrigan, Ryan J.; Bourgeois, Yann X. C.; Milá, Borja; Thébaud, Christophe; Heeb, Philipp; Manne, Lisa

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Dispersal patterns in space and time: a case study of Apiaceae subfamily Apioideae
pp. 1324-1335(12)
Authors: Banasiak, Łukasz; Piwczyński, Marcin; Uliński, Tomasz; Downie, Stephen R.; Watson, Mark F.; Shakya, Bandana; Spalik, Krzysztof; Carine, Mark

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Molecular phylogenetic analysis of archival tissue reveals the origin of a disjunct southern African–Palaearctic weevil radiation
pp. 1348-1359(12)
Authors: Hernández‐Vera, Gerardo; Caldara, Roberto; Toševski, Ivo; Emerson, Brent C.; Carine, Mark

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Genetic, phenotypic and ecological divergence with gene flow at the Isthmus of Tehuantepec: the case of the azure‐crowned hummingbird (Amazilia cyanocephala)
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Authors: Rodríguez‐Gómez, Flor; Gutiérrez‐Rodríguez, Carla; Ornelas, Juan Francisco; Carine, Mark

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Comparative biogeography of echinoids, bivalves and gastropods from the Southern Ocean
pp. 1374-1385(12)
Authors: Pierrat, Benjamin; Saucède, Thomas; Brayard, Arnaud; David, Bruno; Crame, Alistair

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Mitochondrial DNA differentiation between populations of black sea bass (Centropristis striata) across Cape Hatteras, North Carolina (USA)
pp. 1386-1398(13)
Authors: McCartney, Michael A.; Burton, Michael L.; Lima, Thiago G.; Rocha, Luiz

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