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That biodiversity declines with latitude is well known, but whether a metacommunity process is behind this gradient has received limited attention. We tested the hypothesis that dispersal limitation is progressively replaced by mass effects with increasing latitude,...

["Biodiversity","Ecology","Entomology","Freshwater Biology","Ecohydrology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.4898
1 citation
180 downloads
931 views

We investigate hybridization and introgression between ecologically distinct sister species of silverside fish in the Gulf of California through combined analysis of morphological, sequence, and genotypic data. Water diversions in the past century turned the Colorado...

["Biogeography","Conservation Biology","Evolutionary Studies","Aquatic and Marine Chemistry","Ecohydrology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.4056
1 citation
110 downloads
714 views

Anthropogenic water sources (AWS) are developed water sources used as a management tool for desert wildlife species. Studies documenting the effects of AWS are often focused on game species; whereas, the effects on non-target wildlife are less understood. We used...

["Conservation Biology","Ecohydrology","Ecology","Natural Resource Management","Zoology"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.4003
12 citations
766 downloads
2,196 views

Often simple metrics are used to summarise complex patterns in stream benthic ecology, thus it is important to understand how well these metrics can explain the finer-scale underlying environmental variation often hidden by coarser-scale influences. I sampled 47...

["Biodiversity","Ecohydrology","Ecology","Entomology","Environmental Sciences"]
doi:10.7717/peerj.465

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