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  • 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,


    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 :



    community plot,


    functional traits,

    herbarium records,





    range maps,

  • Latron M,

    Arnaud J,

    Ferla H,

    Godé C,

    Duputié A,


    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,

  • Bacles C,

    Bouchard C,

    Lange F,

    Manicki A,

    Tentelier C,

    Lepais O,


    Estimating the effective number of breeders from single parr samples for conservation monitoring of wild populations of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar

    Journal of Fish Biology

    This study assesses whether the effective number of breeders (Nb) can be estimated using a time and cost-effective protocol using genetic sibship reconstruction from a single sample of young-of-the-year (YOY) for the purposes of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar population monitoring. Nb was estimated for…

    Keywords :



    genetic monitoring,

    population genetics,

    sibship reconstruction,


  • Urbano-Bonilla A,

    Ballen G,

    Herrera-R G,

    Zamudio J,

    Herrera-Collazos E,

    DoNascimiento C,

    Prada-Pedreros S,

    Maldonado-Ocampo J,


    Fishes of the Cusiana River (Meta River basin, Colombia), with an identification key to its species


    The Cusiana River sub-basin has been identified as a priority conservation area in the Orinoco region in Colombia due to its high species diversity. This study presents an updated checklist and identification key for fishes of the Cusiana River sub-basin. The checklist was assembled through direct e…

    Keywords :

    Andean Orinoquia,






    species richness,

  • Šímová I,

    Violle C,

    Svenning J,

    Kattge J,

    Engemann K,

    Sandel B,

    Peet R,

    Wiser S,

    Blonder B,

    McGill B,

    Boyle B,

    Morueta-Holme N,

    Kraft N,

    van Bodegom P,

    Gutiérrez A,

    Bahn M,

    Ozinga W,

    Tószögyová A,

    Enquist B,


    Spatial patterns and climate relationships of major plant traits in the New World differ between woody and herbaceous species

    Journal of Biogeography

    Aim: Despite several recent efforts to map plant traits and to identify their climatic drivers, there are still major gaps. Global trait patterns for major functional groups, in particular, the differences between woody and herbaceous plants, have yet to be identified. Here, we take advantage of big…

    Keywords :

    BIEN database,

    TRY database,

    environmental filtering,

    functional biogeography,

    growth form,



    plant functional traits,

    plant functional types,

  • Gomes V,

    IJff S,

    Raes N,

    Amaral I,

    Salomão R,

    de Souza Coelho L,

    de Almeida Matos F,

    Castilho C,

    de Andrade Lima Filho D,

    López D,

    Guevara J,

    Magnusson W,

    Phillips O,

    Wittmann F,

    de Jesus Veiga Carim M,

    Martins M,

    Irume M,

    Sabatier D,

    Molino J,

    Bánki O,

    da Silva Guimarães J,

    Pitman N,

    Piedade M,

    Mendoza A,

    Luize B,

    Venticinque E,

    de Leão Novo E,

    Vargas P,

    Silva T,

    Manzatto A,

    Terborgh J,

    Reis N,

    Montero J,

    Casula K,

    Marimon B,

    Marimon B,

    Coronado E,

    Feldpausch T,

    Duque A,

    Zartman C,

    Arboleda N,

    Killeen T,

    Mostacedo B,

    Vasquez R,

    Schöngart J,

    Assis R,

    Medeiros M,

    Simon M,

    Andrade A,

    Laurance W,

    Camargo J,

    Demarchi L,

    Laurance S,

    de Sousa Farias E,

    Nascimento H,

    Revilla J,

    Quaresma A,

    Costa F,

    Vieira I,

    Cintra B,

    Castellanos H,

    Brienen R,

    Stevenson P,

    Feitosa Y,

    Duivenvoorden J,

    Aymard C. G,

    Mogollón H,

    Targhetta N,

    Comiskey J,

    Vicentini A,

    Lopes A,

    Damasco G,

    Dávila N,

    García-Villacorta R,

    Levis C,

    Schietti J,

    Souza P,

    Emilio T,

    Alonso A,

    Neill D,

    Dallmeier F,

    Ferreira L,

    Araujo-Murakami A,

    Praia D,

    do Amaral D,

    Carvalho F,

    de Souza F,

    Feeley K,

    Arroyo L,

    Pansonato M,

    Gribel R,

    Villa B,

    Licona J,

    Fine P,

    Cerón C,

    Baraloto C,

    Jimenez E,

    Stropp J,

    Engel J,

    Silveira M,

    Mora M,

    Petronelli P,

    Maas P,

    Thomas-Caesar R,

    Henkel T,

    Daly D,

    Paredes M,

    Baker T,

    Fuentes A,

    Peres C,

    Chave J,

    Pena J,

    Dexter K,

    Silman M,

    Jørgensen P,

    Pennington T,

    Di Fiore A,

    Valverde F,

    Phillips J,

    Rivas-Torres G,

    von Hildebrand P,

    van Andel T,

    Ruschel A,

    Prieto A,

    Rudas A,

    Hoffman B,

    Vela C,

    Barbosa E,

    Zent E,

    Gonzales G,

    Doza H,

    de Andrade Miranda I,

    Guillaumet J,

    Pinto L,

    de Matos Bonates L,

    Silva N,

    Gómez R,

    Zent S,

    Gonzales T,

    Vos V,

    Malhi Y,

    Oliveira A,

    Cano A,

    Albuquerque B,

    Vriesendorp C,

    Correa D,

    Torre E,

    van der Heijden G,

    Ramirez-Angulo H,

    Ramos J,

    Young K,

    Rocha M,

    Nascimento M,

    Medina M,

    Tirado M,

    Wang O,

    Sierra R,

    Torres-Lezama A,

    Mendoza C,

    Ferreira C,

    Baider C,

    Villarroel D,

    Balslev H,

    Mesones I,

    Giraldo L,

    Casas L,

    Reategui M,

    Linares-Palomino R,

    Zagt R,

    Cárdenas S,

    Farfan-Rios W,

    Sampaio A,

    Pauletto D,

    Sandoval E,

    Arevalo F,

    Huamantupa-Chuquimaco I,

    Garcia-Cabrera K,

    Hernandez L,

    Gamarra L,

    Alexiades M,

    Pansini S,

    Cuenca W,

    Milliken W,

    Ricardo J,

    Lopez-Gonzalez G,

    Pos E,

    ter Steege H,


    Species Distribution Modelling: Contrasting presence-only models with plot abundance data

    Scientific Reports

    Species distribution models (SDMs) are widely used in ecology and conservation. Presence-only SDMs such as MaxEnt frequently use natural history collections (NHCs) as occurrence data, given their huge numbers and accessibility. NHCs are often spatially biased which may generate inaccuracies in SDMs.…

  • Bull J,

    Brauneder K,

    Darbi M,

    Van Teeffelen A,

    Quétier F,

    Brooks S,

    Dunnett S,

    Strange N,


    Data transparency regarding the implementation of European ‘no net loss’ biodiversity policies

    Biological Conservation

    ‘No net loss’ (NNL) conservation policies seek to address development impacts on biodiversity. There have been no peer-reviewed multinational assessments concerning the actual implementation of NNL policies to date. Such assessments would facilitate more informed debates on the validity of NNL for c…

    Keywords :

    Biodiversity offset,


    Data transparency,


    Mitigation hierarchy,

    No net loss,

    Policy evaluation,

  • Horton T,

    Gofas S,

    Kroh A,

    Poore G,

    Read G,

    Rosenberg G,

    Stöhr S,

    Bailly N,

    Boury-Esnault N,

    Brandão S,

    Costello M,

    Decock W,

    Dekeyzer S,

    Hernandez F,

    Mees J,

    Paulay G,

    Vandepitte L,

    Vanhoorne B,

    Vranken S,


    Improving nomenclatural consistency: a decade of experience in the World Register of Marine Species

    European Journal of Taxonomy

    The World Register of Marine species (WoRMS) has been established for a decade. The early history of the database involved compilation of existing global and regional species registers. This aggregation, combined with changes to data types and the changing needs of WoRMS users, has resulted in an ev…

    Keywords :


    World Register of Marine Species,


    taxonomic databases,


  • Chassot E,

    Barde J,

    Floch L,

    Ibanez L,

    Govinden R,

    Bodin N,


    Open biological and ecological data for tuna and tuna-like species: The time has come!

    13th Session of the IOTC Working Party on Data Collection and Statistics

    We describe the methodological approach developed to collect and manage a large range of biological and ecological data for large pelagic species sampled throughout several routine monitoring and research programs conducted in the Indian Ocean in the last decades. To cover the large habitats of occu…

    Keywords :

    Indian Ocean,


    open data,

    tuna fisheries,

  • Grímsson F,

    Grimm G,

    Potts A,

    Zetter R,

    Renner S,


    A Winteraceae pollen tetrad from the early Paleocene of western Greenland, and the fossil record of Winteraceae in Laurasia and Gondwana

    Journal of Biogeography

    Aim: Winteraceae comprise c. 130 species in seven genera, with the greatest species diversity in the Pacific (Pseudowintera, Zygogynum), Australia (Bubbia, Tasmannia), New Guinea (Belliolum, Bubbia, Zygogynum, Tasmannia) and Madagascar (Takhtajania). Only Drimys occurs in South America. Because of t…

    Keywords :



    North Atlantic Land Bridge,


    climate niches,


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