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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 46, Number 8, 1 August 2019

Editorial
pp. 1625-1626(2)
Authors: Linder, H. Peter; Aspinall, Richard; Bonaccorso, Elisa; Guayasamin, Juan M.; Hoorn, Carina; Ortega‐Andrade, H. Mauricio

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Challenges and opportunities for biogeography—What can we still learn from von Humboldt?
pp. 1631-1642(12)
Authors: Schrodt, Franziska; Santos, Maria J.; Bailey, Joseph J.; Field, Richard

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Recognizing and interpreting vegetational belts: New wine in the old bottles of a von Humboldt's legacy
pp. 1643-1651(9)
Authors: Fattorini, Simone; Di Biase, Letizia; Chiarucci, Alessandro

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Principal factors controlling biodiversity along an elevation gradient: Water, energy and their interaction
pp. 1652-1663(12)
Authors: Vetaas, Ole R.; Paudel, Keshav P.; Christensen, Morten

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Elevational and microclimatic drivers of thermal tolerance in Andean Pristimantis frogs
pp. 1664-1675(12)
Authors: Pintanel, Pol; Tejedo, Miguel; Ron, Santiago R.; Llorente, Gustavo A.; Merino‐Viteri, Andrés

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Lizards in the mist: Thermal niches constrained by habitat and microclimates in the Andes of southern Bolivia
pp. 1676-1686(11)
Authors: Jiménez‐Robles, Octavio; De la Riva, Ignacio

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How has the environment shaped geographical patterns of insect body sizes? A test of hypotheses using sphingid moths
pp. 1687-1698(12)
Authors: Beerli, Nicolas; Bärtschi, Florian; Ballesteros‐Mejia, Liliana; Kitching, Ian J.; Beck, Jan

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Landforms contribute to plant biodiversity at alpha, beta and gamma levels
pp. 1699-1710(12)
Authors: Tukiainen, Helena; Kiuttu, Mikko; Kalliola, Risto; Alahuhta, Janne; Hjort, Jan

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Is catchment geodiversity a useful surrogate of aquatic plant species richness?
pp. 1711-1722(12)
Authors: Toivanen, Maija; Hjort, Jan; Heino, Jani; Tukiainen, Helena; Aroviita, Jukka; Alahuhta, Janne

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Outstanding plant endemism levels strongly support the recognition of campo rupestre provinces in mountaintops of eastern South America
pp. 1723-1733(11)
Authors: Colli‐Silva, Matheus; Vasconcelos, Thais N. C.; Pirani, José Rubens

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Discovering floristic and geoecological gradients across Amazonia
pp. 1734-1748(15)
Authors: Tuomisto, Hanna; Van doninck, Jasper; Ruokolainen, Kalle; Moulatlet, Gabriel M.; Figueiredo, Fernando O. G.; Sirén, Anders; Cárdenas, Glenda; Lehtonen, Samuli; Zuquim, Gabriela

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Could coastal plants in western Amazonia be relicts of past marine incursions?
pp. 1749-1759(11)
Authors: Bernal, Rodrigo; Bacon, Christine D.; Balslev, Henrik; Hoorn, Carina; Bourlat, Sarah J.; Tuomisto, Hanna; Salamanca, Sonia; Manen, Milan Teunissen; Romero, Ingrid; Sepulchre, Pierre; Antonelli, Alexandre

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A Humboldtian approach to life and climate of the geological past: Estimating palaeotemperature from dental traits of mammalian communities
pp. 1760-1776(17)
Authors: Oksanen, Otto; Žliobaitė, Indrė; Saarinen, Juha; Lawing, A. Michelle; Fortelius, Mikael

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Unravelling the history of biodiversity in mountain ranges through integrating geology and biogeography
pp. 1777-1791(15)
Authors: Huang, Shan; Meijers, Maud J. M.; Eyres, Alison; Mulch, Andreas; Fritz, Susanne A.

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Mountain building, climate cooling and the richness of cold‐adapted plants in the Northern Hemisphere
pp. 1792-1807(16)
Authors: Hagen, Oskar; Vaterlaus, Lisa; Albouy, Camille; Brown, Andrew; Leugger, Flurin; Onstein, Renske E.; Santana, Charles Novaes; Scotese, Christopher R.; Pellissier, Loïc

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The flickering connectivity system of the north Andean páramos
pp. 1808-1825(18)
Authors: Flantua, Suzette G.A.; O'Dea, Aaron; Onstein, Renske E.; Giraldo, Catalina; Hooghiemstra, Henry

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Divergence of tropical pitvipers promoted by independent colonization events of dry montane Andean habitats
pp. 1826-1840(15)
Authors: Salazar‐Valenzuela, David; Kuch, Ulrich; Torres‐Carvajal, Omar; Valencia, Jorge H.; Gibbs, H. Lisle

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The contribution of temperature and continental fragmentation to amphibian diversification
pp. 1857-1873(17)
Authors: Rolland, Jonathan; Condamine, Fabien L.

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Which frugivory‐related traits facilitated historical long‐distance dispersal in the custard apple family (Annonaceae)?
pp. 1874-1888(15)
Authors: Onstein, Renske E.; Kissling, W. Daniel; Chatrou, Lars W.; Couvreur, Thomas L. P.; Morlon, Hélène; Sauquet, Hervé

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Identifying temporal and spatial patterns of diatom community change in the tropical Andes over the last c. 150 years
pp. 1889-1900(12)
Authors: Benito, Xavier; Feitl, Melina G.; Fritz, Sherilyn C.; Mosquera, Pablo V.; Schneider, Tobias; Hampel, Henrietta; Quevedo, Luis; Steinitz‐Kannan, Miriam

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