Biogeographical regionalisation of the world: a reappraisal

@article{Morrone2015BiogeographicalRO,
  title={Biogeographical regionalisation of the world: a reappraisal},
  author={J. J. Morrone},
  journal={Australian Systematic Botany},
  year={2015},
  volume={28},
  pages={81 - 90}
}
  • J. J. Morrone
  • Published 2015
  • Biology
  • Australian Systematic Botany
  • Abstract. Some phytogeographical, zoogeographical and biogeographical regionalisations of the world are reviewed qualitatively. A biogeographical regionalisation attempting some consensus is proposed, recognising the following three kingdoms and nine regions: Holarctic kingdom (Nearctic and Palearctic regions), Holotropical kingdom (Neotropical, Ethiopian and Oriental regions) and Austral kingdom (Cape, Andean, Australian and Antarctic regions). Additionally, the following five transition… CONTINUE READING
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