Caught between two mass extinctions: The rise and fall of Dicroidium

Chris Mays and Stephen McLoughlin (Sweden) In the aftermath of Earth’s greatest biotic crisis 251.9 million years ago – the end-Permian mass extinction – a group of plants arose that would come to dominate the flora of the Southern Hemisphere. Recovery of the vegetation from the end-Permian crisis was slow;… READ MORE...To view the rest of this article, you need A subscription. FROM JUST £12.95. If you are already a subscriber, login here. Share this:FacebookTwitterTumblrMoreEmailPrintLinkedInPinterestRedditPocketLike this:Like Loading...

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