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    • Global warming, elevational ranges and the vulnerability of tropical biota 

      Laurance W.F.; Carolina Useche D.; Shoo L.P.; Herzog S.K.; Kessler M.; Escobar F.; Brehm G.; Axmacher J.C.; Chen I.-C.; Gamez L.A.; Hietz P.; Fiedler K.; Pyrcz T.; Wolf J.; Merkord C.L.; Cardelus C.; Marshall A.R.; Ah-Peng C.; Aplet G.H.; del Coro Arizmendi M.; Baker W.J.; Barone J.; Bruhl C.A.; Bussmann R.W.; Cicuzza D.; Eilu G.; Favila M.E.; Hemp A.; Hemp C.; Homeier J.; Hurtado J.; Jankowski J.; Kattan G.; Kluge J.; Kromer T.; Lees D.C.; Lehnert M.; Longino J.T.; Lovett J.; Martin P.H.; Patterson B.D.; Pearson R.G.; Peh K.S.-H.; Richardson B.; Richardson M.; Samways M.J.; Senbeta F.; Smith T.B.; Utteridge T.M.A.; Watkins J.E.; Wilson R.; Williams S.E.; Thomas C.D. (2011)
      Tropical species with narrow elevational ranges may be thermally specialized and vulnerable to global warming. Local studies of distributions along elevational gradients reveal small-scale patterns but do not allow ...

    • The evolutionary history of seahorses (Syngnathidae: Hippocampus): Molecular data suggest a West Pacific origin and two invasions of the Atlantic Ocean 

      Teske P.R.; Cherry M.I.; Matthee C.A. (2004)
      Sequence data derived from four markers (the nuclear RP1 and Aldolase and the mitochondrial 16S rRNA and cytochrome b genes) were used to determine the phylogenetic relationships among 32 species belonging to the genus ...