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Everywhere but Antarctica: using a supertree to understand the diversity and distribution of the Compositae.

@inproceedings{Funk2005EverywhereBA,
  title={Everywhere but Antarctica: using a supertree to understand the diversity and distribution of the Compositae.},
  author={Vicki A. Funk and Randall James Bayer and Sterling C Keeley and Raymund Chan and Linda E. Watson and Birgit Gemeinholzer and Edward Schilling and Jos{\'e} Luis Calleja Panero and Bruce G. Baldwin and N{\'u}ria Garcia-Jacas and Alfonso Susanna and Robert K. Jansen and I. B. Friis and Henrik Balslev},
  year={2005}
}
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