A revised area taxonomy of phytogeographical regions within the Australian Bioregionalisation Atlas

Malte Ebach, D.J. Murphy, Carlos GONZALEZ-OROZCO, Joseph Miller

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    Abstract

    The phytogeographical regions and sub-regions of Australia are revised in light of new data from a recent analysis by González-Orozco, Ebach et al. (2014). The new revision includes two new regions, Northern regio nova and Northern Desert regio nova, and five new sub-regions, Nullarbor sub-regio nova, Central Desert sub-regio nova, Great Sandy Desert Interzone sub-regio nova, Central Queensland sub-regio nova and, Southwestern sub-regio nova. This new revised version of the phytogeographical regions and sub-regions of Australia’s land plants provides an updated classification based on historical nomenclature. The analysis by González-Orozco, Ebach et al. (2014) is a biogeographically centered classification that generated the first exclusively taxonomic regionalisation of Australia’s land plants, used here to update the ABA phytogeographical regions.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)261-277
    Number of pages17
    JournalPhytotaxa
    Volume208
    Issue number4
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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