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Corals fail a test of neutrality

Nature volume 440, pages 3536 (02 March 2006) | Download Citation

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Ecologists continue to wrestle with a central question in biodiversity studies — the prediction of species' distributions in various environments. A merger of different theories is the long-term prospect.

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  1. John M. Pandolfi is in the Centre for Marine Studies and the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland 4072, Australia. j.pandolfi@uq.edu.au

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