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Article: Mesozoic floras

Special Papers in Palaeontology - No. 12 - Cover Image
Publication: Special Papers in Palaeontology
Number: 12
Thematic Volume: Organisms and continents through time: a symposium
Edited By: N. F. Hughes
Publication Date: 1973
Page(s): 175 188
Authored By: P. D. W. Barnard
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BARNARD, P.D.W. 1973. The biogeography of some Cainozoic Ostracoda. In HUGHES, N. F. (ed.). Organisms and continents through time. Special Papers in Palaeontology12, 175–188.

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A review of Mesozoic floras and palaeofloristic zones based on macrofossil remains is presented and summarized in the form of four maps. The palaeofloristic region of the Mesozoic are discussed and plant distribution indicated in an attempt to demonstrate some latitudinal and or climatic zonation of the floras when plotted on the symposium maps. The results show the difficulties encountered and the need for further research.

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