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Re: Adelonema

I know I would be interested in a book of paleobotany, it is an interesting branch on understanding the development of many niches over time. I'm a physical geographer by training and can't help but love texts like that.

One of the most interesting reads I've had in a while was a paper on small freshwater fish species and their radiation on the islands of SE Asia when water levels were lower. Hard for me not to think about aroids like the Cryptocorynes traveling the same way, on rivers that are now just dents on the sea floor...


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