Using historical biogeography to test for community saturation.


Saturation is the idea that a community is effectively filled with species, such that no more can be added without extinctions. This concept has important implications for many areas of ecology, such as species richness, community assembly, invasive species and climate change. Here, we illustrate how biogeography can be used to test for community saturation… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/ele.12310


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