Who knows the southern beeches? (was: Marsupials)

Cameron Laird claird at sugar.NeoSoft.COM
Mon Feb 7 11:40:56 EST 1994


In article <cnedin-010294093207 at mac037.geology.adelaide.edu.au>,
Chris Nedin <cnedin at geology.adelaide.edu.au> wrote:
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>attached to South America and Australia at this time.  Marsupials
>could follow a belt of _Northophagus_ vegetation all the way around
>from southern South America, across Antartica into southern Australia.
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>- The occurrance of _Northophagus- vegetation in Australia, Antarctica
>and Soth America at this time. (Important note: _Northophagus_ seeds
>cannot tolerate prolonged immersion in sea water - they degrade
>rapidly i.e. no transport by sea).
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I believe there's no 'r' in the name of that genus.  If
so, you'll perhaps want to correct your archive file.
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