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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 31, Number 3, March 2004

What biogeography is: a place for process
pp. 345-351(7)
Author: McDowall, R. M.

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Do we need land-cover data to model species distributions in Europe?
pp. 353-361(9)
Authors: Thuiller, Wilfried; Araújo, Miguel B; Lavorel, Sandra

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Geographical gradients in seed mass in relation to climate
pp. 379-388(10)
Authors: Murray, Brad R.; Brown, A. H. D.; Dickman, C. R.; Crowther, M. S.

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Fern species richness along a central Himalayan elevational gradient, Nepal
pp. 389-400(12)
Authors: Bhattarai, Khem R.; Vetaas, Ole R.; Grytnes, John A.

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Recent spread of Dracophyllum scrub on subantarctic Campbell Island, New Zealand: climatic or anthropogenic origins?
pp. 401-413(13)
Authors: Wilmshurst, Janet M.; Bestic, Kim L.; Meurk, Colin D.; McGlone, Matt S.

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Comparative phylogeography of Amphicarpaea legumes and their root-nodule symbionts in Japan and North America
pp. 425-434(10)
Authors: Parker, Matthew A.; Doyle, Jane L.; Doyle, Jeff J.

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Biogeography and conservation of the genus Ficus (Moraceae) in Mexico
pp. 475-485(11)
Authors: Serrato, Alejandra; Ibarra-Manríquez, Guillermo; Oyama, Ken

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