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The Theory of Glacial Refugia

  • Carl H. Lindroth

Abstract

Carabid beetle distribution and powers of dispersal have provided strong facts in favor of the assumption that isolated refugia for the survival of biota existed during one or more of the Pleistocene glacial periods.

Keywords

Glacial Refugium Wing Dimorphism Coastal Refugium Carabid Fauna Macropterous Form 
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© Dr. W. Junk bv Publishers, The Hague 1979

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