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Cladistic biogeography uses the distribution patterns of species to study their historical and evolutionary relationships. Revised extensively to reflect new research, this book is a concise exposition of the history, methods, and current applications in this field. The first editon, published in 1986, received excellent reviews and was widely used as a textbook. This new editon should prove equally popular.
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Chris Humphries FLS (Derby, 29 April 1947 - 31 July 2009) was a British botanist known for his work on systematic botany and biogeography.
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