Flying foxes – out of Wallacea

How efforts to understand origins and diversity led to efforts to conserve and protect the world’s largest bats ————————COVER STORY 47(2):Tsang, SM, Wiantoro, S, Veluz, MJ, et al. (2020) Dispersal out of Wallacea spurs diversification of Pteropus flying foxes, the world’s largest bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera). J. Biogeography 47(2): 527– 537.———————— Long-distance dispersal (LDD) is often regarded as aContinue reading “Flying foxes – out of Wallacea”

Biogeography in the Age of Big Data

Journal of Biogeography, 47:1 Special Issue ALL SPECIAL ISSUE ARTICLES ARE FREE ACCESS for 2020 & 2021 Between 10-13th April, 2018, the annual meeting of the Specialist Group for Macroecology of the Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland convened in Zurich, Switzerland around the topic of “Macroecology in the age of big data”. TheContinue reading “Biogeography in the Age of Big Data”

Introducing: Highlighted Papers

Every month, each new issue of the Journal of Biogeography (JBI) includes at least two highlighted articles—the Editors’ Choice and the paper associated with the cover image—and periodically we highlight a topic with a series of papers as part of a special issue. Our intention on the blog is to communicate additional aspects of these,Continue reading “Introducing: Highlighted Papers”