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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 45, Number 8, 1 August 2018

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Trees as habitat islands: Temporal variation in alpha and beta diversity in epiphytic laurel forest bryophyte communities
pp. 1727-1738(12)
Authors: Patiño, Jairo; Gómez‐Rodríguez, Carola; Pupo‐Correia, Aida; Sequeira, Miguel; Vanderpoorten, Alain

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Phylogeography and species distribution modelling reveal the effects of the Pleistocene ice ages on an intertidal limpet from the south‐eastern Pacific
pp. 1751-1767(17)
Authors: Pardo‐Gandarillas, María Cecilia; Ibáñez, Christian M.; Torres, Felipe I.; Sanhueza, Víctor; Fabres, Alejandra; Escobar‐Dodero, Joaquín; Mardones, Fernando O.; Méndez, Marco A.

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Past vegetation dynamics in the Yellowstone region highlight the vulnerability of mountain systems to climate change
pp. 1768-1780(13)
Authors: Iglesias, Virginia; Whitlock, Cathy; Krause, Teresa R.; Baker, Richard G.

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Sky, sea, and forest islands: Diversification in the African leaf‐folding frog Afrixalus paradorsalis (Anura: Hyperoliidae) of the Lower Guineo‐Congolian rain forest
pp. 1781-1794(14)
Authors: Charles, Kristin L.; Bell, Rayna C.; Blackburn, David C.; Burger, Marius; Fujita, Matthew K.; Gvoždík, Václav; Jongsma, Gregory F.M.; Kouete, Marcel Talla; Leaché, Adam D.; Portik, Daniel M.

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A global analysis of bats using automated comparative phylogeography uncovers a surprising impact of Pleistocene glaciation
pp. 1795-1805(11)
Authors: Carstens, Bryan C.; Morales, Ariadna E.; Field, Kathryn; Pelletier, Tara A.

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Scale‐dependency of the environmental influence on fish β‐diversity: Implications for ecoregionalization and conservation
pp. 1818-1832(15)
Authors: Garcia, Jessica; Pelletier, Dominique; Carpentier, Liliane; Roman, William; Bockel, Thomas

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Epibiont communities on stranded kelp rafts of Durvillaea antarctica (Fucales, Phaeophyceae)—Do positive interactions facilitate range extensions?
pp. 1833-1845(13)
Authors: López, Boris A.; Macaya, Erasmo C.; Rivadeneira, Marcelo M.; Tala, Fadia; Tellier, Florence; Thiel, Martin

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Spatial distance and climate determine modularity in a cross‐biomes plant–hummingbird interaction network in Brazil
pp. 1846-1858(13)
Authors: Araujo, Andréa Cardoso; Martín González, Ana M.; Sandel, Brody; Maruyama, Pietro K.; Fischer, Erich; Vizentin‐Bugoni, Jeferson; Araújo, Francielle Paulina; Coelho, Aline Góes; Faria, Rogério Rodrigues; Kohler, Glauco; Las‐Casas, Flor Maria Guedes; Lopes, Ariadna Valentina; Machado, Adriana O.; Machado, Caio Graco; Machado, Isabel Cristina; McGuire, Jimmy A.; Moura, Alan Cerqueira; Oliveira, Genilda M.; Oliveira, Paulo Eugênio; Rocca, Márcia Alexandra; Rodrigues, Licléia da Cruz; Rodrigues, Marcos; Rui, Ana Maria; Sazima, Ivan; Sazima, Marlies; Varassin, Isabela Galarda; Wang, Zhiheng; Dalsgaard, Bo; Svenning, Jens‐Christian

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Macro‐spatial structure of biotic interactions in the distribution of a raptor species
pp. 1859-1871(13)
Authors: Aragón, Pedro; Carrascal, Luis M.; Palomino, David

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Modelled incubation conditions indicate wider potential distributions based on thermal requirements for an oviparous lizard
pp. 1872-1883(12)
Authors: Stenhouse, Vaughn; Carter, Anna L.; Chapple, David G.; Hare, Kelly M.; Hartley, Stephen; Nelson, Nicola J.

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The global latitudinal diversity gradient pattern in spiders
pp. 1896-1904(9)
Author: Piel, William H.

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Where and at which scales does the latitudinal diversity gradient fail?
pp. 1905-1916(12)
Authors: Gaucherel, C.; Tramier, C.; Devictor, V.; Svenning, J.‐C.; Hély, C.

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Do Holarctic ant species exist? Trans‐Beringian dispersal and homoplasy in the Formicidae
pp. 1917-1928(12)
Authors: Schär, Sämi; Talavera, Gerard; Espadaler, Xavier; Rana, Jignasha D.; Andersen Andersen, Anne; Cover, Stefan P.; Vila, Roger

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Continental‐scale macrofungal assemblage patterns correlate with climate, soil carbon and nitrogen deposition
pp. 1942-1953(12)
Authors: Andrew, Carrie; Halvorsen, Rune; Heegaard, Einar; Kuyper, Thomas W.; Heilmann‐Clausen, Jacob; Krisai‐Greilhuber, Irmgard; Bässler, Claus; Egli, Simon; Gange, Alan C.; Høiland, Klaus; Kirk, Paul M.; Senn‐Irlet, Beatrice; Boddy, Lynne; Büntgen, Ulf; Kauserud, Håvard

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Spatio‐temporal cladoceran (Branchiopoda) responses to climate change and UV radiation in subarctic ecotonal lakes
pp. 1954-1965(12)
Authors: Nevalainen, Liisa; Rantala, Marttiina V.; Rautio, Milla; Luoto, Tomi P.

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Is β‐diversity of Amazonian ant and dung beetles communities elevated at rainforest edges?
pp. 1966-1979(14)
Authors: Marsh, Charles J.; Feitosa, Rodrigo M.; Louzada, Julio; Ewers, Robert M.

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Ecologically flexible endemics dominate Indo‐Pacific bird communities
pp. 1980-1982(3)
Authors: Reeve, Andrew Hart; Fjeldså, Jon; Borregaard, Michael Krabbe

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