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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 31, Number 4, August 2008

Favourability functions versus probability of presence: advantages and misuses
pp. 417-422(6)
Authors: Albert, Cécile H.; Thuiller, Wilfried

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Modelling species distributions without using species distributions: the cane toad in Australia under current and future climates
pp. 423-434(12)
Authors: Kearney, Michael; Phillips, Ben L.; Tracy, Christopher R.; Christian, Keith A.; Betts, Gregory; Porter, Warren P.

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A unified index to measure ecological diversity and species rarity
pp. 450-456(7)
Authors: Mendes, Renio S.; Evangelista, Luiz R.; Thomaz, Sidinei M.; Agostinho, Angelo A.; Gomes, Luiz C.

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On the biogeography of seed mass in Germany – distribution patterns and environmental correlates
pp. 457-468(12)
Authors: Tautenhahn, Susanne; Heilmeier, Hermann; Götzenberger, Lars; Klotz, Stefan; Wirth, Christian; Kühn, Ingolf

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Temporal patch occupancy dynamics of the Siberian flying squirrel in a boreal forest landscape
pp. 469-476(8)
Authors: Hurme, Eija; Mönkkönen, Mikko; Reunanen, Pasi; Nikula, Ari; Nivala, Vesa

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Placing butterflies on the map – testing regional geographical resolution of three stable isotopes in Sweden using the monophagus peacock Inachis io
pp. 490-498(9)
Authors: Brattström, Oskar; Wassenaar, Leonard I.; Hobson, Keith A.; Åkesson, Susanne

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Leaf 13C reflects ecosystem patterns and responses of alpine plants to the environments on the Tibetan Plateau
pp. 499-508(10)
Authors: Song, Minghua; Duan, Deyu; Chen, Hui; Hu, Qiwu; Zhang, Feng; Xu, Xingliang; Tian, Yuqiang; Ouyang, Hua; Peng, Changhui

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The beaver as an ecosystem engineer facilitates teal breeding
pp. 519-524(6)
Authors: Nummi, Petri; Hahtola, Anna

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The spatial distribution of badgers, setts and latrines: the risk for intra-specific and badger-livestock disease transmission
pp. 525-537(13)
Authors: Böhm, Monika; Palphramand, Kate L.; Newton-Cross, Geraldine; Hutchings, Michael R.; White, Piran C. L.

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Parasite loads are higher in the tropics: temperate to tropical variation in a single host-parasite system
pp. 538-544(7)
Authors: Salkeld, Daniel J.; Trivedi, Mandar; Schwarzkopf, Lin

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