Vertebrate dissimilarity due to turnover and richness differences in a highly beta-diverse region: the role of spatial grain size, dispersal ability and distance
Moreno Ortega, Claudia Elizabeth
Calderón-Patrón, J.M. Moreno, C.E., Pineda-López, R., Sánchez-Rojas, G. & Zuria I. 2013. Vertebrate dissimilarity due to turnover and richness differences in a highly beta-diverse region: the role of spatial grain size, dispersal ability and distance. ISSN: 1932-6203. PLoS ONE. 8(12): e82905. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0082905.
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