curl -LH "Accept: text/bibliography; " dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1654-1103.2012.01482.x
Forbes recently held a 'graph makeover' competition. Because I do not have enough to do (ha). I entered... and kind of won.
library( XML )
dat <- readHTMLTable( "http://www.ctfs.si.edu/site/Yasuni/abundance/?size=100", header=T, which=3 )
Having spent hours trying to import a .csv file into JabRef, I finally found Tellico. This can convert .csv to .bib files, with no problem. First, import the .csv, assigning fields etc. Convert to a bibliography (under Collections), and then export as bibtex and read into your favourite reference manager.