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Book ID:  094562
Woods, Charles A. and Florence E. Sergile (eds.)

Biogeography of the West Indies: Patterns and Perspectives. 2nd ed. 2001. illustr. 608 p. gr8vo. Hardcover.
Allows the reader broad access to data and interpretations focused on the major problems and patterns of West Indian biogeography. Covers taxonomic groups that best lend themselves to analyses of patterns and datasets comparing the various dispersal hypotheses, including overwater dispersal, land bridges, and vicariance patterns. Presents important new fossil finds that extend the known age of mammals in the West Indies. Clears up the confusion about several ambiguous taxonomic groups, including sloths, insectivores, and capromyid rodents. Provides new facts about lesser-known groups of plants and animals.
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