New Guinea has the world’s richest island flora

@article{CmaraLeret2020NewGH,
  title={New Guinea has the world’s richest island flora},
  author={R. C{\'a}mara-Leret and D. Frodin and F. Adema and C. Anderson and M. Appelhans and G. Argent and Susana Arias Guerrero and P. Ashton and W. Baker and A. Barfod and D. Barrington and Renata Borosova and G. Bramley and M. Briggs and S. Buerki and D. Cahen and M. Callmander and M. Cheek and Cheng-Wei Chen and B. Conn and M. Coode and I. Darbyshire and Sally S. Dawson and J. Dransfield and Clare Drinkell and B. Duyfjes and A. Ebihara and Z. Ezedin and L. Fu and O. Gideon and D. Girmansyah and R. Govaerts and Helen Fortune-Hopkins and G. Hassemer and A. Hay and C. Heatubun and D. Hind and P. Hoch and Peter Homot and P. Hovenkamp and M. Hughes and M. Jebb and L. Jennings and T. Jimbo and M. Kessler and R. Kiew and S. Knapp and Penniel Lamei and M. Lehnert and G. Lewis and H. Linder and S. Lindsay and Y. W. Low and E. Lucas and Jeffrey P. Mancera and A. Monro and A. Moore and D. Middleton and H. Nagamasu and M. Newman and E. N. Nic Lughadha and P. H. A. Melo and D. Ohlsen and C. M. Pannell and B. Parris and L. Pearce and D. Penneys and L. Perrie and Peter Petoe and A. Poulsen and G. Prance and J. Quakenbush and N. Raes and M. Rodda and Z. S. Rogers and A. Schuiteman and P. Schwartsburd and R. Scotland and M. Simmons and D. Simpson and P. Stevens and Michael A Sundue and W. Testo and A. Trias-Blasi and I. Turner and T. Utteridge and L. Walsingham and Bruce L. Webber and Ran Wei and G. Weiblen and M. Weigend and P. Weston and W. de Wilde and P. Wilkie and C. M. Wilmot-Dear and H. P. Wilson and J. Wood and Li-bing Zhang and P. V. van Welzen},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2020},
  pages={1-5}
}
New Guinea is the world’s largest tropical island and has fascinated naturalists for centuries 1 , 2 . Home to some of the best-preserved ecosystems on the planet 3 and to intact ecological gradients—from mangroves to tropical alpine grasslands—that are unmatched in the Asia-Pacific region 4 , 5 , it is a globally recognized centre of biological and cultural diversity 6 , 7 . So far, however, there has been no attempt to critically catalogue the entire vascular plant diversity of New Guinea… Expand
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