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1. Data from: A circannual perspective on daily and total flight distances in a long-distance migratory raptor, the Montagu's harrier, Circus pygargus

2019. Schlaich, Almut E., Bouten, Willem, Bretagnolle, Vincent, Heldbjerg, Henning, Klaassen, Raymond H. G., Sørensen, Iben H., Villers, Alexandre, and Both, Christiaan. Long-distance migrants are particularly recognized for the distances covered on migration, yet little is known about the distances they cover durin... Biology Letters. University of Amsterdam, French National Centre for Scientific Research, and University of Groningen.

2. Data from: A combinatorial analysis using observational data identifies species that govern ecosystem functioning

2019. Jaillard, Benoît, Deleporte, Philippe, Loreau, Michel, and Violle, Cyrille. Understanding the relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning has so far resulted from two main approaches: the analysis of species... PLOS ONE. French National Centre for Scientific Research, Paul Sabatier University, University of Montpellier, and Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier.

3. Data from: A combined field survey and molecular identification protocol for comparing forest arthropod biodiversity across spatial scales

2019. Emerson, Brent C., Casquet, Juliane, López, Heriberto, Cardoso, Pedro, Borges, Paulo A. V., Mollaret, Noémy, Oromí, Pedro, Strasberg, Dominique, and Thébaud, Christophe. Obtaining fundamental biodiversity metrics such as alpha, beta and gamma diversity for arthropods is often complicated by a lack of prior taxonomic... Molecular Ecology. University of East Anglia, French National Centre for Scientific Research, University of Helsinki, and University of La Laguna.

4. Data from: A DNA metabarcoding study of a primate dietary diversity and plasticity across its entire fragmented range

2019. Quéméré, Erwan, Hibert, Fabrice, Miquel, Christian, Lhuillier, Emeine, Rasolondraibe, Emmanuel, Champeau, Julie, Rabarivola, Clément, Nusbaumer, Louis, Chatelain, Cyrille, Gautier, Laurent, Ranirison, Patrick, Crouau-Roy, Brigitte, Taberlet, Pierre, Chikhi, Lounès, and Lhuillier, Emeline. In tropical regions, most primary ecosystems have been replaced by mosaic landscapes in which species must cope with a large shift in the distribut... PLoS ONE. French National Centre for Scientific Research, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Université de Mahajanga, and University of Antananarivo.

5. Data from: A molecular phylogeny and revised higher-level classification for the leaf-mining moth family Gracillariidae and its implications for larval host-use evolution

2019. Kawahara, Akito Y., Plotkin, David, Ohshima, Issei, Lopez-Vaamonde, Carlos, Houlihan, Peter R., Breinholt, Jesse W., Kawakita, Atsushi, Xiao, Lei, Regier, Jerome C., Davis, Donald R., Kumata, Tosio, Sohn, Jay-Cheon, De Prins, Jurate, Mitter, Charles, and SOHN, JAE-CHEON. Gracillariidae are one of the most diverse families of internally feeding insects, and many species are economically important. Study of this famil... Systematic Entomology. University of Florida, Kyoto Prefectural University, French National Institute for Agricultural Research, French National Centre for Scientific Research, Kyoto University, University of Maryland, College Park, Smithsonian Institution, Hokkaido University, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, and Mokpo National University.

6. Data from: A multispecies approach reveals hot-spots and cold-spots of diversity and connectivity in invertebrate species with contrasting dispersal modes

2019. Cahill, Abigail E., De Jode, Aurelien, Dubois, Sophie, Bouzaza, Zoheir, Aurelle, Didier, Boissin, Emilie, Chabrol, Olivier, David, Romain, Egea, Emilie, Ledoux, Jean-Baptiste, Merigot, Bastien, Weber, Alexandra Anh-Thu, and Chenuil, Anne. Genetic diversity is crucial for species’ maintenance and persistence, yet is often overlooked in conservation studies. Species diversity is more ... Molecular Ecology. Aix-Marseille University, French National Centre for Scientific Research, University of Perpignan, University of Porto, Institute of Marine Science, and University of Basel.

7. Data from: A new integrative framework for large-scale assessments of biodiversity and community dynamics, using littoral gastropods and crabs of British Columbia, Canada

2019. Castelin, Magalie, Van Steenkiste, Niels, Pante, Eric, Harbo, Rick, Lowe, Geoff, Gilmore, Scott R., Therriault, Thomas W., Abbott, Cathryn L., Harbo, R., Pante, E., Castelin, M., Van Steenkiste, N., Lowe, G., Gilmore, S. R., Therriault, T. W., and Abbott, C. L. Improving our understanding of species responses to environmental changes is an important contribution ecologists can make to facilitate effective ... Molecular Ecology Resources. Royal British Columbia Museum, French National Centre for Scientific Research, and Fisheries and Oceans Canada.

8. Data from: A new malaria agent in African hominids.

2019. Ollomo, Benjamin, Durand, Patrick, Prugnolle, Franck, Douzery, Emmanuel J. P., Arnathau, Céline, Nkoghe, Dieudonné, Leroy, Eric, and Renaud, François. Plasmodium falciparum is the major human malaria agent responsible for 200 to 300 million infections and one to three million deaths annually, main... PLoS Pathogens. Centre International de Recherches Médicales de Franceville and French National Centre for Scientific Research.

9. Data from: A nonrandom subset of olfactory genes is associated with host preference in the fruit fly Drosophila orena

2019. Comeault, Aaron A., Serrato-Capuchina, Antonio, Turissini, David A., McLaughlin, Patrick J., David, Jean R., and Matute, Daniel R. Specialization onto different host plants has been hypothesized to be a major driver of diversification in insects, and traits controlling olfactio... Evolution Letters. University of North Carolina, Drexel University, French National Centre for Scientific Research, and University of Paris-Sud.

10. Data from: A quantitative framework for investigating risk of deadly collisions between marine wildlife and boats

2019. Martin, Julien, Sabatier, Quentin, Gowan, Timothy A., Giraud, Christophe, Gurarie, Eliezer, Calleson, C. Scott, Ortega-Ortiz, Joel G., Deutsch, Charles J., Rycyk, Athena, Koslovsky, Stacie M., and Calleson, Charles Scott. Speed regulations of watercraft in protected areas are designed to reduce lethal collisions with wildlife but can have economic consequences. We pr... Methods in Ecology and Evolution. University of Florida, French National Centre for Scientific Research, University of Paris-Sud, University of Maryland, College Park, University of South Florida, Florida State University, and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.