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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 41, Number 11, 1 November 2014

Distribution mapping of world grassland types
pp. 2003-2019(17)
Authors: Dixon, A. P.; Faber‐Langendoen, D.; Josse, C.; Morrison, J.; Loucks, C. J.

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Prolonged isolation and persistence of a common endemic on granite outcrops in both mesic and semi‐arid environments in south‐western Australia
pp. 2032-2044(13)
Authors: Tapper, Sarah‐Louise; Byrne, Margaret; Yates, Colin J.; Keppel, Gunnar; Hopper, Stephen D.; Van Niel, Kimberly; Schut, Antonius G. T.; Mucina, Laco; Wardell‐Johnson, Grant W.

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Incubator birds: biogeographical origins and evolution of underground nesting in megapodes (Galliformes: Megapodiidae)
pp. 2045-2056(12)
Authors: Harris, Rebecca B.; Birks, Sharon M.; Leaché, Adam D.

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Historical biogeography of the predominantly Australian plant family Goodeniaceae
pp. 2057-2067(11)
Authors: Jabaily, Rachel S.; Shepherd, Kelly A.; Gardner, Andrew G.; Gustafsson, Mats H. G.; Howarth, Dianella G.; Motley, Timothy J.

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Contrasting patterns of persistence and diversification in vicars of a widespread Australian lizard lineage (the Oedura marmorata complex)
pp. 2068-2079(12)
Authors: Oliver, Paul M.; Smith, Katie L.; Laver, Rebecca J.; Doughty, Paul; Adams, Mark

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A comparison of remotely sensed and pollen‐based approaches to mapping Europe's land cover
pp. 2080-2092(13)
Authors: Woodbridge, Jessie; Fyfe, Ralph M.; Roberts, Neil

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Fire history and its relations with land use and climate over three centuries in the central Appalachian Mountains, USA
pp. 2093-2104(12)
Authors: Aldrich, Serena R.; Lafon, Charles W.; Grissino‐Mayer, Henri D.; DeWeese, Georgina G.

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Historical patterns of oak population expansion in the Chautauqua Hills, Kansas
pp. 2105-2114(10)
Authors: Rogers, Thomas R.; Russell, F. Leland

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Temporal evolution of coral reef fishes: global patterns and disparity in isolated locations
pp. 2115-2127(13)
Authors: Hodge, Jennifer R.; Herwerden, Lynne; Bellwood, David R.

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Longitudinal variation and effects of habitat on biodiversity of Australasian temperate reef fishes
pp. 2128-2139(12)
Authors: Smith, Helen L.; Anderson, Marti J.; Gillanders, Bronwyn M.; Connell, Sean D.

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The radiation of the clownfishes has two geographical replicates
pp. 2140-2149(10)
Authors: Litsios, Glenn; Pearman, Peter B.; Lanterbecq, Déborah; Tolou, Nathalie; Salamin, Nicolas

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Effects of Pleistocene climatic fluctuations on the phylogeography, demography and population structure of a high‐elevation snake species, Thermophis baileyi, on the Tibetan Plateau
pp. 2162-2172(11)
Authors: Hofmann, Sylvia; Kraus, Sabine; Dorge, Tsering; Nothnagel, Michael; Fritzsche, Peter; Miehe, Georg

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Spatial structure in European moose (Alces alces): genetic data reveal a complex population history
pp. 2173-2184(12)
Authors: Niedziałkowska, Magdalena; Hundertmark, Kris J.; Jędrzejewska, Bogumiła; Niedziałkowski, Krzysztof; Sidorovich, Vadim E.; Górny, Marcin; Veeroja, Rauno; Solberg, Erling J.; Laaksonen, Sauli; Sand, Håkan; Solovyev, Vyacheslav A.; Shkvyria, Maryna; Tiainen, Juha; Okhlopkov, Innokentiy M.; Juškaitis, Rimvydas; Done, Gundega; Borodulin, Vadim A.; Tulandin, Evgenii A.; Jędrzejewski, Włodzimierz

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