By Christopher J. Humphries, Lynne R. Parenti
Cladistic biogeography makes use of the distribution styles of species to check their old and evolutionary relationships. Revised commonly to mirror new learn, this booklet is a concise exposition of the heritage, equipment, and present purposes during this box. the 1st editon, released in 1986, got very good experiences and was once established as a textbook. This new editon may still turn out both renowned.
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