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Species have been commonly hypothesized to have high population densities in geographic areas which correspond to either the centre of the species geographic range or climatic niche (abundant-centre hypothesis). However, there is mixed empirical support for this relationship, and little theoretical underpinning. We simulate a species spreading across a set of replicated artificial landscapes to examine the expected level of support for abundant-centre relationships in geographic and nichedoi:10.1111/ecog.05164 fatcat:mddbtk3e4nhrzgddkbie5vokbm