Pacific NA/Appalachia distribution (entomo-L x-post)

Paul van Rijckevorsel dipteryx at FREELER.NL
Mon Oct 20 22:33:17 CDT 2003


There is a well known pattern of distribution for Northern-temperate taxa:
Asia, West N-America, East N-America

Think Liriodendron, Tsuga, etc
PvR

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From: Stephen Lew <stevelewalready at YAHOO.COM>
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Sent: Sunday, September 28, 2003 9:19 PM
Subject: Pacific NA/Appalachia distribution (entomo-L x-post)


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> Hello folks,
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> Alot of spiders are known only from the Pacific Coast
> of North Amrica (especially California) and the
> Appalachians (especially the Smoky Mts), including the
> genus Calymmaria which I'm thinking of looking at for
> my dissertation.  What non-spider taxa share this
> disjoint  distribution?
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> Thanks
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> Steve Lew
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