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  • Moreau C,

    Mah C,

    Agüera A,

    Améziane N,

    Barnes D,

    Crokaert G,

    Eléaume M,

    Griffiths H,

    Guillaumot C,

    Hemery L,

    Jażdżewska A,

    Jossart Q,

    Laptikhovsky V,

    Linse K,

    Neill K,

    Sands C,

    Saucède T,

    Schiaparelli S,

    Siciński J,

    Vasset N,

    Danis B,

    (2018)

    Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic Asteroidea database

    ZooKeys

    The present dataset is a compilation of georeferenced occurrences of asteroids (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) in the Southern Ocean. Occurrence data south of 45°S latitude were mined from various sources together with information regarding the taxonomy, the sampling source and sampling sites when avail…

    Keywords :

    Antarctic,

    Asteroidea,

    Southern Ocean,

    Sub-Antarctic,

    presence-only data,

  • Veranso-Libalah M,

    Kadereit G,

    Stone R,

    Couvreur T,

    (2018)

    Multiple shifts to open habitats in Melastomateae (Melastomataceae) congruent with the increase of African Neogene climatic aridity

    Journal of Biogeography

    Aim:African Melastomateae (Melastomataceae) comprise c. 185 species occurring in closed or open habitats throughout sub‐Saharan Africa. We sought to reconstruct biogeographical and habitat history, and shifts in diversification rates of African Melastomateae using a well‐sampled, dated molecular phy…

    Keywords :

    Africa,

    Melastomataceae,

    Neogene,

    biogeography,

    closed habitats,

    divergence time,

    diversification,

    grassland,

    habitat shifts,

    open habitats,

  • Meseguer A,

    Lobo J,

    Cornuault J,

    Beerling D,

    Ruhfel B,

    Davis C,

    Jousselin E,

    Sanmartín I,

    (2018)

    Reconstructing deep-time palaeoclimate legacies in the clusioid Malpighiales unveils their role in the evolution and extinction of the boreotropical f…

    Global Ecology and Biogeography

    Aim: During its entire history, the Earth has gone through periods of climate change similar in scale and pace to the warming trend observed today in the Anthropocene. The impact of these ancient climatic events on the evolutionary trajectories of organisms provides clues on the organismal response …

    Keywords :

    Hypericum,

    boreotropical flora,

    climate cooling,

    diversification,

    fossils,

    niche evolution,

  • Egan J,

    Bloom D,

    Kuo C,

    Hammer M,

    Tongnunui P,

    Iglésias S,

    Sheaves M,

    Grudpan C,

    Simons A,

    (2018)

    Phylogenetic analysis of trophic niche evolution reveals a latitudinal herbivory gradient in Clupeoidei (herrings, anchovies, and allies)

    Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution

    Biotic and abiotic forces govern the evolution of trophic niches, which profoundly impact ecological and evolutionary processes and aspects of species biology. Herbivory is a particularly interesting trophic niche because there are theorized trade-offs associated with diets comprised of low quality …

    Keywords :

    Clupeoidei,

    Trophic niche,

    diet transition,

    herbivory,

    latitudinal gradient,

    phylogenetics,

  • Thomson S,

    Pyle R,

    Ahyong S,

    Alonso-Zarazaga M,

    Ammirati J,

    Araya J,

    Ascher J,

    Audisio T,

    Azevedo-Santos V,

    Bailly N,

    Baker W,

    Balke M,

    Barclay M,

    Barrett R,

    Benine R,

    Bickerstaff J,

    Bouchard P,

    Bour R,

    Bourgoin T,

    Boyko C,

    Breure A,

    Brothers D,

    Byng J,

    Campbell D,

    Ceríaco L,

    Cernák I,

    Cerretti P,

    Chang C,

    Cho S,

    Copus J,

    Costello M,

    Cseh A,

    Csuzdi C,

    Culham A,

    D’Elía G,

    d’Udekem d’Acoz C,

    Daneliya M,

    Dekker R,

    Dickinson E,

    Dickinson T,

    van Dijk P,

    Dijkstra K,

    Dima B,

    Dmitriev D,

    Duistermaat L,

    Dumbacher J,

    Eiserhardt W,

    Ekrem T,

    Evenhuis N,

    Faille A,

    Fernández-Triana J,

    Fiesler E,

    Fishbein M,

    Fordham B,

    Freitas A,

    Friol N,

    Fritz U,

    Frøslev T,

    Funk V,

    Gaimari S,

    Garbino G,

    Garraffoni A,

    Geml J,

    Gill A,

    Gray A,

    Grazziotin F,

    Greenslade P,

    Gutiérrez E,

    Harvey M,

    Hazevoet C,

    He K,

    He X,

    Helfer S,

    Helgen K,

    van Heteren A,

    Hita Garcia F,

    Holstein N,

    Horváth M,

    Hovenkamp P,

    Hwang W,

    Hyvönen J,

    Islam M,

    Iverson J,

    Ivie M,

    Jaafar Z,

    Jackson M,

    Jayat J,

    Johnson N,

    Kaiser H,

    Klitgård B,

    Knapp D,

    Kojima J,

    Kõljalg U,

    Kontschán J,

    Krell F,

    Krisai-Greilhuber I,

    Kullander S,

    Latella L,

    Lattke J,

    Lencioni V,

    Lewis G,

    Lhano M,

    Lujan N,

    Luksenburg J,

    Mariaux J,

    Marinho-Filho J,

    Marshall C,

    Mate J,

    McDonough M,

    Michel E,

    Miranda V,

    Mitroiu M,

    Molinari J,

    Monks S,

    Moore A,

    Moratelli R,

    Murányi D,

    Nakano T,

    Nikolaeva S,

    Noyes J,

    Ohl M,

    Oleas N,

    Orrell T,

    Páll-Gergely B,

    Pape T,

    Papp V,

    Parenti L,

    Patterson D,

    Pavlinov I,

    Pine R,

    Poczai P,

    Prado J,

    Prathapan D,

    Rabeler R,

    Randall J,

    Rheindt F,

    Rhodin A,

    Rodríguez S,

    Rogers D,

    Roque F,

    Rowe K,

    Ruedas L,

    Salazar-Bravo J,

    Salvador R,

    Sangster G,

    Sarmiento C,

    Schigel D,

    Schmidt S,

    Schueler F,

    Segers H,

    Snow N,

    Souza-Dias P,

    Stals R,

    Stenroos S,

    Stone R,

    Sturm C,

    Štys P,

    Teta P,

    Thomas D,

    Timm R,

    Tindall B,

    Todd J,

    Triebel D,

    Valdecasas A,

    Vizzini A,

    Vorontsova M,

    de Vos J,

    Wagner P,

    Watling L,

    Weakley A,

    Welter-Schultes F,

    Whitmore D,

    Wilding N,

    Will K,

    Williams J,

    Wilson K,

    Winston J,

    Wüster W,

    Yanega D,

    Yeates D,

    Zaher H,

    Zhang G,

    Zhang Z,

    Zhou H,

    (2018)

    Taxonomy based on science is necessary for global conservation

    PLOS Biology

    Taxonomy is a scientific discipline that has provided the universal naming and classification system of biodiversity for centuries and continues effectively to accommodate new knowledge. A recent publication by Garnett and Christidis [1] expressed concerns regarding the difficulty that taxonomic cha…

  • Botella C,

    Joly A,

    Bonnet P,

    Monestiez P,

    Munoz F,

    (2018)

    Species distribution modeling based on the automated identification of citizen observations

    Applications in Plant Sciences

    Premise of the Study: A species distribution model computed with automatically identified plant observations was developed and evaluated to contribute to future ecological studies. Methods: We used deep learning techniques to automatically identify opportunistic plant observations made by citizens t…

    Keywords :

    automated species identification,

    citizen science,

    crowdsourcing,

    deep learning,

    invasive alien species,

    species distribution modeling,

  • Wetzel F,

    Bingham H,

    Groom Q,

    Haase P,

    Kõljalg U,

    Kuhlmann M,

    Martin C,

    Penev L,

    Robertson T,

    Saarenmaa H,

    Schmeller D,

    Stoll S,

    Tonkin J,

    Häuser C,

    (2018)

    Unlocking biodiversity data: Prioritization and filling the gaps in biodiversity observation data in Europe

    Biological Conservation

    Large quantities of biodiversity data are required to assess the current status of species, to identify drivers of population and distributional change, and to predict changes to biodiversity under future scenarios. Nevertheless, currently-available data are often not well-suited to these purposes. …

    Keywords :

    Biodiversity data gaps,

    Biodiversity observation networks,

    Conservation policy,

    Data mobilization,

    Europe,

    European Biodiversity Observation Network - EU BON,

  • Sanyal A,

    Lenoir J,

    O'Neill C,

    Dubois F,

    Decocq G,

    (2018)

    Intraspecific and interspecific adaptive latitudinal cline in Brassicaceae seed oil traits

    American Journal of Botany

    Premise of the Study: Nearly all seed plants rely on stored seed reserves before photosynthesis can commence. Natural selection for seed oil traits must have occurred over 319 million years of evolution since the first seed plant ancestor. Accounting for the biogeographic distribution of seed oil tr…

    Keywords :

    Brassicaceae,

    Seed oil content,

    adaptation,

    biogeographical distribution,

    biomes,

    habitat,

    latitudinal cline,

    phylogenetic signal,

    seed oil compo-sition,

    subtropical.,

    temperate,

    tropical,

  • Maitner B,

    Boyle B,

    Casler N,

    Condit R,

    Donoghue J,

    Durán S,

    Guaderrama D,

    Hinchliff C,

    Jørgensen P,

    Kraft N,

    McGill B,

    Merow C,

    Morueta-Holme N,

    Peet R,

    Sandel B,

    Schildhauer M,

    Smith S,

    Svenning J,

    Thiers B,

    Violle C,

    Wiser S,

    Enquist B,

    (2018)

    The bien r package: A tool to access the Botanical Information and Ecology Network (BIEN) database

    Methods in Ecology and Evolution

    There is an urgent need for large-scale botanical data to improve our understanding of community assembly, coexistence, biogeography, evolution, and many other fundamental biological processes. Understanding these processes is critical for predicting and handling human-biodiversity interactions and …

    Keywords :

    R,

    biodiversity,

    community plot,

    ecoinformatics,

    functional traits,

    herbarium records,

    occurrence,

    phylogeny,

    plants,

    presence,

    range maps,

  • Latron M,

    Arnaud J,

    Ferla H,

    Godé C,

    Duputié A,

    (2018)

    Polymorphic nuclear markers for coastal plant species with dynamic geographic distributions, the rock samphire (Crithmum maritimum) and the vulnerable…

    Molecular Biology Reports

    Identifying spatial patterns of genetic differentiation across a species range is critical to set up conservation and restoration decision-making. This is especially timely, since global change triggers shifts in species’ geographic distribution and in the geographical variation of mating system and…

    Keywords :

    Gene flow,

    Geographic range shifts,

    Global change,

    Nuclear microsatellites,

    Plant mating system,

    Population genetic structure,

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