The very remote islands
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Only a limited number of species can co-exist successfully on an island. The available niches are filled, as we have seen in Chapter 3, by a continuous turnover of species derived from an adjoining mainland or from some other island.
KeywordsAdaptive Radiation Decay Wood Endemic Genus Remote Island Shallow Flower
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