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Elith, J., Graham, C. H., Anderson, R. P., Dudík, M., Ferrier, S., Guisan, A., Hijmans, R. J., Huettmann, F., Leathwick, J. R., Lehmann, A., Li, J., Lohmann, L. G., Loiselle, B. A., Manion, G., Moritz, C., Nakamura, M., Nakazawa, Y., Overton, J. McC., Peterson, A. T., Phillips, S. J., Richardson, K. S., Scachetti-Pereira, R., Schapire, R. E., Soberón, J., Williams, S., Wisz, M. S. and Zimmermann, N. E. 2006. Novel methods improve prediction of species’ distributions from occurrence data. – Ecography 29: 129–151.
Cruz, M. J., Rebelo, R. and Crespo, E. G. 2006. Effects of an introduced crayfish, Procambarus clarkii, on the distribution of south-western Iberian amphibians in their breeding habitats. – Ecography 29: 329–338.
Focardi, S., Aragno, P., Montanaro, P. and Riga, F. 2006. Inter-specific competition from fallow deer Dama dama reduces habitat quality for the Italian roe deer Capreolus capreolus italicus. – Ecography 29: 407– 417.
Johnson, D. M., Liebhold, A. M. and Bjørnstad, O. N. 2006. Geographical variation in the periodicity of gypsy moth outbreaks. – Ecography 29: 367–374.
Campos, R. I., Vasconcelos, H. L., Ribeiro, S. P., Neves, F. S. and Soares, J. P. 2006. Relationship between tree size and insect assemblages associated with Anadenanthera macrocarpa. – Ecography 29: 442–450.
Philipp, M., Böcher, J., Siegismund, H. R. and Nielsen, L. R. 2006. Structure of a plant-pollinator network on a pahoehoe lava desert of the Galápagos Islands. – Ecography 29: 531–540.
Sharma, N. K., Rai, A. K. and Singh, S. 2006. Meterological factors affecting the diversity of airborne algae in an urban atmosphere. – Ecography 29: 766–772.
Martikainen, P., Kouki, J. and Heikkala, O. 2006. The effects of green tree retention and subsequent prescribed burning on ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in boreal pine-dominated forests. – Ecography 29: 659–670.
Bahn, V., O’Conner, R. J. and Krohn, W. B. 2006. Importance of spatial autocorrelation in modeling bird distributions at a continental scale. – Ecography 29: 835–844.
Spiegelberger, T., Matthies, D., Müller-Schärer, H. and Schaffner, U. 2006. Scale-dependent effects of land use on plant species richness of mountain grassland in the European Alps. – Ecography 29: 541–548.
White, P. and Kerr, J. 2006. Contrasting spatial and temporal global change impacts on butterfly species richness during the 20th century. – Ecography 29: 908–918.
Griffiths, M. E. and Lawes, M. J. 2006. Biogeographic, environmental, and phylogenetic influences on reproductive traits in subtropical forest trees, South Africa. – Ecography 29: 614–622.
Calviño-Cancela, M., Dunn, R. R., van Etten, E. and Lamont, B. B. 2006. Emus as non-standard seed dispersers and their potential for long-distance dispersal. – Ecography 29: 632–640.
Grange, S. and Duncan, P. 2006. Bottom-up and topdown processes in Africa ungulate communities: resources and predation acting on the relative abundance of zebra and grazing bovids. – Ecography 29: 899–907.
Davidson, A. D. and Lightfoot, D. C. 2006. Keystone rodent interactions: prairie dogs and kangaroo rats structure the biotic composition of a desertified grassland. – Ecography 29: 755–765.
Pasinelli, G. and Schiegg, K. 2006. Fragmentation within and between wetland reserves: the importance of spatial scales for nest predation in reed buntings. – Ecography 29: 721–732.
Osler, G. H. R., Korycinska, A. and Cole, L. 2006. Differences in litter mass change mite assemblage structure on a deciduous forest floor. – Ecography 29: 811–818.
McCauley, S. J. 2006. The effects of dispersal and recruitment limitation on community structure of odonates in artificial ponds. – Ecography 29: 585–595.
Fu, C., Hua, X., Li, J., Chang, Z., Pu, Z. and Chen, J. 2006. Elevational patterns of frog species richness and endemic richness in the Hengduan Mountains, China: geometric constraints, area and climate effects. – Ecography 29: 919–927.
Yamaura, Y., Katoh, K. and Takahashi, T. 2006. Reversing habitat loss: deciduous habitat fragmentation matters to birds in a larch plantation