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Data from: A closer examination of the 'abundant center' hypothesis for reef fishes

Itai Granot, Hagar Yancovitch Shalom, Shane Blowes, Alan Friedlander, Camille Mellin, Carlos Ferreira, Arias-González Ernesto, Michel Kulbicki, Sergio Floeter, Pascal Chabanet, Valeriano Parravicini & Jonathan Belmaker
Aim: The ‘abundant center’ hypothesis states that species are more abundant at the center of their range. However, several recent large-scale studies have failed to find evidence for such a pattern. Here we use extensive global data of reef fishes to test the strength of the 'abundant center' pattern, and to examine variation in the patterns across species using life history and ecological traits. Location: Marine habitat at a global extent: from Indo-Pacific to Atlantic...

Epiphytic bryophyte diversity and range distributions along an elevational gradient in Marojejy, Madagascar

Lovanomenjanahary Marline, Claudine Ah-Peng & Terry Hedderson
Describing spatial variation in species richness and understanding its links to ecological mechanisms are complementary approaches for explaining geographical patterns of richness. The study of elevational gradients holds enormous potential for understanding the factors underlying global diversity. This paper investigates the pattern of species richness and range-size distribution of epiphytic bryophytes along an elevational gradient in Marojejy National Park, North-east Madagascar. The main objectives are to describe bryophyte species composition and endemism in Marojejy National...

Data from: Genetic structuring among colonies of a pantropical seabird: Implication for subspecies validation and conservation

Laurence Humeau, Matthieu Le Corre, S. Reynolds, Colin Wearn, Janos C. Hennicke, James Russell, Yann Gomard, Hélène Magalon, Patrick Pinet, Pauline Gélin, François-Xavier Couzi, Etienne Bemanaja, Vikash Tatayah, Bacar Ousseni, Gérard Rocamora, Patrick Talbot, Nirmal Shah, Leandro Bugoni, Denis Da Silva & Audrey Jaeger
Appendix S1 Table S1 Details of field researchers and licences under which they took blood samples from white-tailed tropicbirds from populations in the years of study Table S2 Morphometrics of 616 individual white-tailed tropicbirds from 11 populations. Population codes are as described in Table 1. Table S3 Raw microsatellite genotypes for 382 individual White-tailed tropicbird from 13 populations. Population codes are as described in Table 1 Table S4 Details of mtDNA sequences Table S5 Tests...

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