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Theoretical Population Biology 3: 87-112. Hubbell SP (1979) Tree dispersion, abundance, and diversity in a tropical dry forest. Science 203: 1299-1309. Hubbell SP (1997) A unified theory of biogeography and relative species abundance and its application to tropical rain forests and coral reefs. Coral Reefs 16: S9-S21. Hubbell SP (2001) The Unified Neutral Theory of Biodiversity and Bio-

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Hubbell SP (2006) Neutral theory and the evolution of ecological equivalence. Ecology 87: 1387-1398.

Hubbell SP and Lake J (2003) The neutral theory of biogeography and biodiversity and beyond. In: Blackburn T and Gaston K (eds.) Macroecology: Concepts and Consequence, pp. 45-63. Oxford, UK: Blackwell.

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