Australian and Indian Plants: Making Connexions in Nineteenth-Century Botany
Despite the expectation in nineteenth-century botany that the plants of one country were most similar to those of adjacent countries, by the middle of the century it was accepted that there was a connexion between flora of northern Australia and 'India'.
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