Excluding ferns, 329 seed plant species in LMEB, 164 species in SWEB, 129 species in SWEB on limestone, and 142 species in UMEB, are analyzed for biogeographical
attributes based on Wu's works (Wu, 1991; Wu et al., 2006) (see the Methods section).
(2011a) distributes the remainder of the biogeographical
region into three provinces: Temperate Magellanian, Antiboreal Magellanian and the Falkland Islands.
But to what extent does the confinement of this tradition to the Atlantic biogeographical
area may shed light over its origins and over the social, cultural and cognitive mechanisms that originated its adoption across this vast region?
Key words: beta diversity, biogeographical
regions, spatially constrained clustering, terrestrial vertebrates
The spatial and altitudinal configurations explain differences in the biogeographical
All of these factors combine to define biogeographical
The introduction outlines the biogeographical
approach and classification of the northern Australian coast.
He spent his childhood traveling between France and Algeria and lived in the Congo for three years as an adult, and he incessantly uses objects with a biogeographical
significance to think with the world--not for the world, like a conqueror or colonizer, but with the world, like a person who is seeking himself in the Other and the Other in himself.
Moreover, some say, it is important to take into account biogeographical
specificities at regional level.
In this context, analysing the biogeographical
interactions between the red-eared slider and the native Mediterranean pond turtle would increase our understanding of the distributional relationships between a native and a similar foreign species.
This is largely because some species show transitional biogeographical
trends between eastern and western North American faunas whereas other ectoparasite species collected are widespread throughout much of North America or in the New World.