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How many species are there in Hawaii? 1

@inproceedings{Eldredge1997HowMS,
  title={How many species are there in Hawaii? 1},
  author={L. G. Eldredge and S. Miller},
  year={1997}
}
Introduction The Hawaiian Islands are the most isolated island group in the world. The 8 main southeastern islands, with their sequentially younger geological ages, great physiographic and climactic variation, are ideal natural laboratories for evolutionary and ecological research (see Howarth 1990, Kay 1994 for further background). Although the Hawaiian biota has been subjected to systematic study since shortly after the founding of Linnaean nomenclature, these results are scattered through… Expand

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