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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 28, Number 5, October 2005

Effect of grazing on plant patterns in arid ecosystems of Patagonian Monte
pp. 561-572(12)
Authors: Bisigato, Alejandro J.; Bertiller, Mónica B.; Ares, Jorge O.; Pazos, Gustavo E.

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Adaptive advantages of myrmecochory: the predator-avoidance hypothesis tested over a wide geographic range
pp. 583-592(10)
Authors: Manzaneda, Antonio J.; Fedriani, Jose M.; Rey, Pedro J.

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Low dispersal ability and habitat specificity promote extinctions in rare but not in widespread species: the Orthoptera of Germany
pp. 593-602(10)
Authors: Reinhardt, Klaus; Köhler, Günter; Maas, Stephan; Detzel, Peter

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Linking moose habitat selection to limiting factors
pp. 619-628(10)
Authors: Dussault, Christian; Ouellet, Jean-Pierre; Courtois, Réhaume; Huot, Jean; Breton, Laurier; Jolicoeur, Hélène

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Egg laying by a butterfly on a fragmented host plant: a multi-level approach
pp. 629-639(11)
Authors: Rabasa, Sonia G.; Gutiérrez, David; Escudero, Adrián

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A simulation model of mire patterning – revisited
pp. 653-661(9)
Author: Couwenberg, John

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Equilibrium of species’ distributions with climate
pp. 693-695(3)
Authors: Araújo, Miguel B.; Pearson, Richard G.

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Invasibility: the local mechanism driving community assembly and species diversity
pp. 696-704(9)
Authors: Davis, Mark A.; Thompson, Ken; Philip Grime, J.

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