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      Measuring more of biodiversity: Can higher-taxon richness predict wholesale species richness?

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      Biological Conservation

      Elsevier BV

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              How many species are there on Earth?

               Bernie P. May (1988)
              This article surveys current answers to the factual question posed in the title and reviews the kinds of information that are needed to make these answers more precise. Various factors affecting diversity are also reviewed. These include the structure of food webs, the relative abundance of species, the number of species and of individuals in different categories of body size, along with other determinants of the commonness and rarity of organisms.
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                Journal
                Biological Conservation
                Biological Conservation
                Elsevier BV
                00063207
                1994
                1994
                : 67
                : 3
                : 211-217
                Article
                10.1016/0006-3207(94)90612-2
                © 1994

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