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Diverse pollen and spore assemblages, spanning the Late Eocene preglacial–glacial transition, have been recovered from Ocean Drilling Program cores from Prydz Bay, East Antarctica. These microfloras are mostly in situ and provide an unparalleled record of terrestrial plant communities growing in...
The genus Geoffroea Jacq. was circumscribed to two species without varietal division. Nevertheless, in the taxonomic treatment of Argentinean dry-forest flora, on the basis of habit and foliar and floral features, it was possible to distinguish G. decorticans (Hook. & Arn.) Burkart var....
The Western Australian endemic Westringia section Cephalowestringia Kuntze includes all species of Westringia Sm. (Lamiaceae: subfamily Prostantheroideae: tribe Westringieae) with pseudo-capitate inflorescences. Westringia subgenus Muellera B.Boivin is treated as a synonym of the section. The...
The causes, consequences and correlates of dioecy have been the subject of much discussion since the days of Darwin. Several recent authors have stressed the importance of informing this body of theory, with studies focusing on lineages in which both dioecy and hermaphroditism are present. The...
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