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Species traits shape the relationship between local and regional species abundance distributions

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Bibliographic reference Dantas de Miranda, Murilo ; Borda‐de‐Água, Luís ; Pereira, Henrique Miguel ; Merckx, Thomas. Species traits shape the relationship between local and regional species abundance distributions. In: Ecosphere : the world in your hands, Vol. 10, no.5, p. e02750 (2019)
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