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The biogeographic and tectonic history of India
Abstract Aim To present an up to date account of the Mesozoic history of India and its rela-tionship to the other Gondwana continents and to Eurasia.Location Continents surrounding the Western IndianExpand
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A realignment of marine biogeographic provinces with particular reference to fish distributions
Marine provinces, founded on contrasting floras or faunas, have been recognized for more than 150 years but were not consistently defined by endemism until 1974. At that time, provinces were based onExpand
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A monograph of the Clingfishes (Order Xenopterygii)
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Don't judge species on their origins
Conservationists should assess organisms on environmental impact rather than on whether they are natives, argue Mark Davis and 18 other ecologists.
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  • J. C. Briggs
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  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
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The majority of tropical marine families demonstrate their greatest concentration of species within the relatively small East Indies Triangle. In every direction, the species diversity decreases withExpand
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Biogeography and plate tectonics
Introduction: The Development of the Science. In the beginning. The geological connection. Evolutionary biogeography. The advent of continental drift. The rise of vicarianism. The present work. PartExpand
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Fishes of Worldwide (Circumtropical) Distribution
N these days of concentration on fishes of relatively restricted areas, by means of regional checklists, circumscribed faunal works, and geographically limited revisions, one is apt to forget thatExpand
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Marine shelf habitat: biogeography and evolution
We synthesize the evolutionary implications of recent advances in the fields of phylogeography, biogeography and palaeogeography for shallow-water marine species, focusing on marine speciation andExpand
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