maximal species richness tend to be home to universities and botanists

@inproceedings{Moerman2006maximalSR,
  title={maximal species richness tend to be home to universities and botanists},
  author={Daniel E. Moerman and George F. Estabrook},
  year={2006}
}
In a classic paper in this journal, C. Barry Cox argued that the apparent taxonomic diversity of the Holarctic Kingdom had been ‘artificially inflated’ because, he noted, quoting Good (1974), botanists have given ‘exaggerated importance’ to that part of the world (Cox, 2001). Cox gives no explicit reason why this may be the case. Conversely, Lomolino (2004, p. 296) has expressed serious concern over the ‘Wallacean shortfall’, where ‘the paucity of information on the geography of nature… CONTINUE READING
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