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Unformatted text preview: Rate at which species become extinct on the island Island physical feature that affect these rates Size Distance from mainland Small islands have fewer immigrants and higher extinction rates Closer island will have more immigrants than a far island Immigration and extinction rates also depend of the number of species already on the island As species increase the immigration rate of new species declines because it is most likely that this species is already represented...
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- Spring '10