This issue investigates the Hope Bay and Botany Bay, Graham Land, Antarctica which have yielded two of the most diverse floras known from the Jurassic. It presents a major revision of the Hope Bay flora, based on extensive subsequent collections, and highlights the need for reappraisal of a number of other Mesozoic Gondwanan floras that have been dated mainly on their close similarity to the Hope Bay flora.
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