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2009The potential for predicted climate shifts to impact genetic landscapes of lizards in the South African Cape Floristic RegionTolley, K A; Makokha, J S; Swart, B; Houniet, D T; Matthee, C A
2009Biogeographic concepts define invasion biology.Wilson, J R U; Dormontt, E E; Prentis, P J; Lowe, A J; Richardson, D M
2010Beyond bioclimatic envelopes: dynamic species’ range and abundance modelling in the context of climatic change.Huntley, B; Barnard, P; Altwegg, R; Chambers, L; Bernard, W T; Coetzee, L G; Hockey, P A R; Hole, D G; Midgley, G; Underhill, L G; Willis, S G
2010Measures, perceptions and scaling patterns of aggregated species distributions.Hui, C; Veldtman, R; Mcgeoch, M A
2010The distribution of invasive Pennisetum setaceum along roadsides in western South Africa: the role of corridor interchanges.Rahlao, S J; Milton, S J; Esler, K J; Barnard, P
2010Evidence of recent and continuous speciation in a biodiversity hotspot: a population genetic approach in southern African gladioli (Gladiolus; Iridaceae).Rymer, P D; Manning, J C; Goldblatt, P; Powell, M; Savolainen, V
2010Phylogeography of the clicking stream frog Strongylopus grayii (Anura, Pyxicephalidae) reveals cryptic divergence across climatic zones in an abundant and widespread taxon.Tolley, K A; Braee, A; Cunningham, M
2010Using scale-area curves to quantify the distribution, abundance and range expansion of invasive species.Veldtman, R; Chown, S L; Mcgeogh, M A
2010Eastward from Africa: palaeocurrent-mediated chameleon dispersal to the Seychelles islands.Townsend, T M; Tolley, K A; Glaw, F; Böhme, W; Vences, M
2007A changing climate is eroding the geographical range of the Namib Desert tree aloe through population declines and dispersal lags.Foden, W; Midgley, G F; Hughes, G; Bond, W J; Thuiller, W; Hoffman, M T; Kaleme, P; Underhill, L G; Rebelo, A G; Hannah, L