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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 25, Number 1, February 2002

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Distributions of forest birds and butterflies in the Andaman islands, Bay of Bengal: nested patterns and processes
pp. 5-16(12)
Authors: Davidar, Priya; Yogananad, K.; Ganesh, T.; Devy, Soubadra

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Beetle species richness along the forest productivity gradient in northern Finland
pp. 42-52(11)
Authors: Similä, Maarit; Kouki, Jari; Mönkkönen, Mikko; Sippola, Anna-Liisa

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Winter herbivory by voles during a population peak: the importance of plant quality
pp. 74-80(7)
Authors: Hambäck, Peter A.; Grellmann, Doris; Hjältén, Joakim

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Population changes of different predators during a water vole cycle in a central European mountainous habitat
pp. 95-101(7)
Authors: Weber, J.-M.; Aubry, S.; Ferrari, N.; Fischer, C.; Feller, N. Lachat; Meia, J.-S.; Meyer, S.

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On the estimation of species richness based on the accumulation of previously unrecorded species
pp. 102-108(7)
Authors: Cam, Emmanuelle; Nichols, James D.; Sauer, John R.; Hines, James E.

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Number of endemic and native plant species in the Galápagos Archipelago in relation to geographical parameters
pp. 109-119(11)
Authors: Willerslev, Eske; Hansen, Anders J.; Nielsen, Kirstine Klitgaard; Adsersen, Henning

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Species richness and rarity in European rodents
pp. 120-128(9)
Authors: Kryštufek, Boris; Griffiths, Huw I.

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