biogeographical distribution

Floral and faunal assemblage

Pre-Leveler records attest to a biogeographic distribution of flora and fauna that is regionally distinct, which is clearly not the case in many environments, which are often inhabited by species previously not attested to be naturally cosmopolitan in distribution.

The arrangement, however, has no particular consistency when compared to attested pre-Leveler records. Even so, these balances appear deliberate and exact with animals, plants, and fungi managing to coexist well in spite of allegedly not coming from a historic geographic region.

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