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    Why Trees Migrate So Fast: Confronting Theory with Dispersal Biology and the Paleorecord

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    The Influence of Dispersal and Diet Breadth on Patterns of Genetic Isolation by Distance in Phytophagous Insects

    The American NaturalistSeptember 1998Volume 152, Number 3pp. 428 – 446
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    Queen Dispersal Strategies in the Multiple‐Queen Form of the Fire Ant Solenopsis invicta.

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    Spatial Scale of Population Synchrony: Environmental Correlation versus Dispersal and Density Regulation.

    The American NaturalistSeptember 1999Volume 154, Number 3pp. 271 – 281
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    Seed Dispersal as a Maternally Influenced Character: Mechanistic Basis of Maternal Effects and Selection on Maternal Characters in an Annual Plant.

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    Evolutionarily Stable Dispersal Rates Do Not Always Increase with Local Extinction Rates

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    Dispersal, Environmental Correlation, and Spatial Synchrony in Population Dynamics.

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    Temperature or Transport? Range Limits in Marine Species Mediated Solely by Flow.

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    The Dispersal System of a Butterfly: A Test of Source‐Sink Theory Suggests the Intermediate‐Scale Hypothesis.

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    Seed and Funicle Morphology of Fumariaceae‐Fumarioideae: Systematic Implications and Evolutionary Patterns

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    Structural Fruit Coloration in Delarbrea michieana (Araliaceae)

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    When to Press On or Turn Back: Dispersal Strategies for Reef Fish Larvae.

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    High Species Diversity in Fleshy‐Fruited Tropical Understory Plants.

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    The Matrix Matters: Effective Isolation in Fragmented Landscapes.

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    Explaining Leptokurtic Movement Distributions: Intrapopulation Variation in Boldness and Exploration.

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    Ecological Biogeography of Southern Ocean Islands: The Importance of Considering Spatial Issues.

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    Phylogenetic Patterns in Northern Hemisphere Plant Geography

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    Dispersal‐Vicariance Analyses of Intercontinental Disjuncts: Historical Biogeographical Implications for Angiosperms in the Northern Hemisphere

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    Effects of Competition, Predation, and Dispersal on Species Richness at Local and Regional Scales.