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The Significane of “Local” Dispersal

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Abstract

Much has been written on plant-distribution by authors who hopefully deal with “local” problems. These authors have often selected a single species, genus or minor group as their subject, or have toiled on what they understood as the “phytogeography” of a narrow territorial compass, ultimately to reach conclusions of general significance, how plants migrate; where plants originated, etc.

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United States Indian Ocean Early Cretaceous Late Jurassic Carnivorous Plant 
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