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- Bishop, Tom R.; Robertson, Mark P.; Rensburg, Berndt J.; Parr, Catherine L.
- Journal of biogeography 2015 v.42 no.9 pp. 1776-1786
- altitude; ant control; diet; habitat preferences; interspecific variation; models; mountains; nestedness; species diversity
- ... AIM: Beta diversity describes the variation in species composition between sites and can be used to infer why different species occupy different parts of the globe. It can be viewed in a number of ways. First, it can be partitioned into two distinct patterns: turnover and nestedness. Second, it can be investigated from either a species identity or a functional‐trait point of view. We aim to docume ...
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