Data from: Filters of floristic exchange: how traits and climate shape the rainforest invasion of Sahul from Sunda

Yap JS, Rossetto M, Costion C, Crayn D, Kooyman RM, Richardson J, Henry R

Date Published: January 17, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4pm81

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Title Sunda_Sahul list
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Description List of Australian rainforest species allocated with biogeographic origin.
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Title certainty in SundaSahul species
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Description File contains a list of Sunda and Sahul species with a verdict given (i.e. how certain an ancestry was allocated). Verdict is based on the published studies relating to each species with further comments from an Australian rainforest expert.
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Yap JS, Rossetto M, Costion C, Crayn D, Kooyman RM, Richardson J, Henry R (2018) Filters of floristic exchange: how traits and climate shape the rain forest invasion of Sahul from Sunda. Journal of Biogeography 45(4): 838-847. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.13143

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Yap JS, Rossetto M, Costion C, Crayn D, Kooyman RM, Richardson J, Henry R (2018) Data from: Filters of floristic exchange: how traits and climate shape the rainforest invasion of Sahul from Sunda. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.4pm81
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