By: Christopher J Humphries and Lynne R Parenti
187 pages, Figs, tabs, maps
First published in 1986, the first edition was a concise exposition of the history, methods, applications of, and prospects for cladistic biogeography. Updated and expanded throughout, this edition incorporates the latest research findings and theoretical and methodological advances in this dynamic field.
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