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On the vegetation of the Carboniferous period, as compared with that of the present day
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c.1850
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top-margin annotation Hooker Carboniferous Plants n.d


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from End Slip 1 annotation 399 Tasmania 200 miles long has four times as many flowers as New Zealand 900 miles long (& higher mountains)


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from End Slip 1 annotation 410 Venation generally very important in Ferns; but differs in older & younger forms of some species — kind of transition — Ch. 8

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