How Was the Australian Flora Assembled Over the Last 65 Million Years? A Molecular Phylogenetic Perspective
Australia has a mostly dry, open, fire-shaped landscape of sclerophyllous and xeromorphic flora dominated by eucalypt and acacia trees, with diverse shrubs from a few families such as Myrtaceae, Proteaceae, and Fabaceae. Using molecular phylogenies to tes
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