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Intercontinental Dispersal IV

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Abstract

Several families, or groups of less comprehensive status, Celastraceae, Aquifoliaceae, Bombacaceae, Passifloraceae, Cyrillaceae, Rosaceae Prunoideae, Oleaceae, Caricaceae, Buxaceae, Salvadoraceae and Stackhousiaceae are reviewed in this chapter. The discussion is, as usual, strictly confined to essentials.

Keywords

Indian Ocean Late Jurassic Canary Island Major Channel Main Track 
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