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Intercontinental Dispersal III

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Abstract

So monotonous is the behavior of plants in dispersal that its students can hardly avoid in the end a feeling of boredom. The same features constantly recur upon the map; the same tracks repeat themselves without end. Soon a point is reached, where the budding phytogeographer unconsciously begins to inquire, why there is seemingly no end to the same fare. Soon, too, the advanced student of phytogeography learns to identify a track at a glance, and can almost foretell whether a certain plant is to be looked for, or not, at a definite spot of the modern maps *).

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Indian Ocean Late Jurassic Canary Island Falkland Island Kerguelen Island 
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