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Palaeotropical floral kingdom

Palaeotropical floral kingdom(realm) A region whose geographical extent varies with the authority consulted. R. Good's (1974, The Geography of the Flowering Plants) definition embraces the African (excluding the Cape), Indo-Malaysian, and Polynesian floral subkingdoms. Other authorities adopt a more restricted definition, embracing most of Africa, Arabia, and the north-west part of the Indian subcontinent. See also floral province and floristic region.

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Palaeotropical floral kingdom (realm)

Palaeotropical floral kingdom (realm) A region whose geographical extent varies with the authority consulted. R. Good's (The Geography of the Flowering Plants, 1974) definition embraces the African (excluding the Cape), Indo-Malaysian, and Polynesian subkingdoms. Other authorities adopt a more restricted definition, embracing most of Africa, Arabia, and the north-west part of the Indian subcontinent. See also FLORAL PROVINCE and FLORISTIC REGION.

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