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In the Light of Evolution: Volume II—Biodiversity and Extinction
We thank N. Pitman, O. Phillips, J. Chave, D. Sabatier, A. Duque, J.-F. Molino, M.-F. Prévost, R. Spichiger, H. Castellanos, P. von Hildebrand, and R. Vásquez for use of their unpublished plot data on the abundances of Amazonian tree genera. This work has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation and in-kind support from the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.