This peculiarity contrasts with the habitat of the Laurentian and Gondwanan
Groelandaspididae, which had probably been euryhaline (Janvier & Clement 2005).
The Salt Range, the Surghar Range and other adjoining ranges, during the Permian and Triassic times were located on the northern Gondwanan
margin, about 30deg south of the equator on the southern side of the Tethys Ocean (e.
Lepidocyrtus and Entomobrya are cosmopolitan, commonly found throughout the American mainland; Dicranocentrus has a pantropical distribution; Seira is a tropical and subtropical genus almost exclusively limited to land masses of Gondwanan
origin; Trogolaphysa also has an almost exclusive Gondwanan
distribution, but it is strictly tropical; whereas the genus Metasinella is the closest to an endemic Antillean genus, as all but one species (M.
A multilocus molecular phylogeny of the parrots (Psittaciformes): support for a gondwanan
origin during the cretaceous.
9 Ma for the stem Pharmacosycea/Tetrapus, and that, biogeographic analyses indicated that the present-day distribution of fig and pollinator lineages, is consistent with a Eurasian origin and subsequent dispersal, rather than with Gondwanan
Landscape fire has been the subject of several environmental histories that reach back millions of years to describe the northern migration of Australia away from its Gondwanan
relations, its leaching, drying and increasing susceptibility to fire, and the shift in vegetation from rainforest to sclerophylly (Franklin, 2006; Griffiths, 2001; Pyne, 1998).
A global phytogeny of apple snails: Gondwanan
origin, generic relationships, and the influence outgroup choice (Caenogastropoda: Ampullariidae).
A second Australian species of the Gondwanan
stag beetle genus Sphaenognathus Buquet (Coleoptera: Lucanidae).
Diversity of bacterial endosymbionts and bacteria-host co-evolution in Gondwanan
relict moss bugs (Hemiptera: Coleorrhyncha: Peloridiidae).
A geological perspective is essential to appreciate how the biodiversity and ecology of today's Zambezi extends back to its deep Gondwanan
Hopper, Stephen D, Jenny Chappill, Mark Harvey and Alex George (eds) 1996a Gondwanan
heritage: past, present, and future of the Western Australian biota, Surrey Beatty and Sons in association with Australian Systematic Botany Society and Kings Park and Botanic Garden, Western Australia, Chipping Norton, NSW.
Rajiformes: Rajidae)--a micro endemic Gondwanan
relict from Tasmanian estuaries.