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What does a threatened saproxylic beetle look like? Modelling extinction risk using a new morphological trait database
Hagge, J., Müller, J., Birkemoe, T., Buse, J., Christensen, R. H. B., Gossner, M. M., … Drag, L. (2021). What does a threatened saproxylic beetle look like? Modelling extinction risk using a new morphological trait database. Journal of Animal Ecology, 90(8), 1934-1947. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.13512
Temporal rarity is a better predictor of local extinction risk than spatial rarity
Wilfahrt, P. A., Asmus, A. L., Seabloom, E. W., Henning, J. A., Adler, P., Arnillas, C. A., … Borer, E. T. (2021). Temporal rarity is a better predictor of local extinction risk than spatial rarity. Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.3504
Improving the estimation of area of occupancy for IUCN Red List assessments by using a circular buffer approach
Breiner, F. T., & Bergamini, A. (2018). Improving the estimation of area of occupancy for IUCN Red List assessments by using a circular buffer approach. Biodiversity and Conservation, 27(9), 2443-2448. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-018-1555-5
Evaluating alternative explanations for an association of extinction risk and evolutionary uniqueness in multiple insular lineages
Warren, B. H., Hagen, O., Gerber, F., Thébaud, C., Paradis, E., & Conti, E. (2018). Evaluating alternative explanations for an association of extinction risk and evolutionary uniqueness in multiple insular lineages. Evolution, International Journal of Organic Evolution, 72(10), 2005-2024. https://doi.org/10.1111/evo.13582
Neo- and paleopolyploidy contribute to the species diversity of <i>Asplenium</i>—the most species-rich genus of ferns
Schneider, H., Liu, H. M., Chang, Y. F., Ohlsen, D., Perrie, L. R., Shepherd, L., … Gibby, M. (2017). Neo- and paleopolyploidy contribute to the species diversity of Asplenium—the most species-rich genus of ferns. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 55(4), 353-364. https://doi.org/10.1111/jse.12271
Trophic level, successional age and trait matching determine specialization of deadwood-based interaction networks of saproxylic beetles
Wende, B., Gossner, M. M., Grass, I., Arnstadt, T., Hofrichter, M., Floren, A., … Steffan-Deventer, I. (2017). Trophic level, successional age and trait matching determine specialization of deadwood-based interaction networks of saproxylic beetles. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 284(1854), 20170198 (10 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.0198
Uncertainty in predicting range dynamics of endemic alpine plants under climate warming
Hülber, K., Wessely, J., Gattringer, A., Moser, D., Kuttner, M., Essl, F., … Dullinger, S. (2016). Uncertainty in predicting range dynamics of endemic alpine plants under climate warming. Global Change Biology, 22(7), 2608-2619. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13232
The future of terrestrial mammals in the Mediterranean basin under climate change
Maiorano, L., Falcucci, A., Zimmermann, N. E., Psomas, A., Pottier, J., Baisero, D., … Boitani, L. (2011). The future of terrestrial mammals in the Mediterranean basin under climate change. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 366(1578), 2681-2692. https://doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2011.0121