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Panbiogeography of New Caledonia: a response to Heads (2008)

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Abstract

The definition of areas of endemism is one of the most important steps for historical biogeography. Here I review the dataset used by Heads (Journal of Biogeography, 2008, 35, 2153–2175) for his panbiogeographical analysis of the New Caledonian biota. I highlight that some of the distribution data appear dubious (some localities should have been included while some others should have been deleted) when compared with current databases. In addition, some conclusions are not supported by the data themselves.
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Keywords: Areas of endemism; New Caledonia; Pacific; endemism; historical biogeography; panbiogeography

Document Type: Correspondence

Publication date: 2010-08-01

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