Species pool structure determines the level of generalism of island parasitoid faunas

@inproceedings{Santos2011SpeciesPS,
  title={Species pool structure determines the level of generalism of island parasitoid faunas},
  author={Ana Carolina Mendes dos Santos and Donald L. J. Quicke and Paulo A. V. Borges and J. Hortal},
  year={2011}
}
Geographical variations in biological diversity are known to be driven by a number of biotic and abiotic factors. These include environmental gradients (climate and habitat) and the physical characteristics of each site or region (e.g. area, isolation, habitat diversity and topographic and landscape heterogeneity), in addition to regional processes and historical events, which determine the characteristics and evolutionary history of the species present in the regional pool (e.g. Ricklefs, 1987… CONTINUE READING

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