Odd man out : why are there fewer plant species in African rain forests ?

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Couvreur, Thomas;
(2015)
  • Subject: Odd man out | Neotropics | South-East Asia | Diversification rates | Extinction | Fossil record | Biogeography | Palms

Although tropical rain forests represent the most species-rich terrestrial ecosystem on the planet, the three main rain forest regions (Neotropics, South-East Asia and continental Africa) are not equally diverse. Africa has been labeled the "odd man out" because of its ... View more
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