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New Guinea has greatest plant diversity of any island in the world, study reveals
by Phoebe Weston
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5 August 2020
On 5 August 2020 The Guardian reported:
ies showing 'no sign of levelNew Guinea is home to more than 13,500 species of plant, two-thirds of which are endemic, according to a new study that suggests it has the greatest plant diversity of any island in the world -- 19 percent more than Madagascar, which previously held the record. Large swathes of the island remain unexplored and some historical collections have yet to be looked at. Researchers estimate that 4,000 more plant species could be found in the next 50 years, with discoveries showing 'no sign of levelling off', according to the paper published in Nature.
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