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Highlights 06.08.2018

Environmental correlates underlying elevational richness, abundance, and biomass patterns of multi-feeding guilds in litter invertebrates across the treeline
Xu et al. (2018) Science of The Total Environment

Hidden in the Arabian Mountains: Multilocus phylogeny reveals cryptic diversity in the endemic Omanosaura lizards
Mendes et al. (2018) Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research

Modelling the responses of Australian subtropical rainforest birds to changes in environmental conditions along elevational gradients
Leach et al. (2018) Austral Ecology

Exploring land use/land cover change and drivers in Andean mountains in Colombia: A case in rural Quindio
Quintero-Gallego et al. (2018) Science of The Total Environment

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