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Jonathan Silvertown, Kevin J. McConway, Mike E. Dodd, Mark W. Chase "“FLEXIBILITY” AS A TRAIT AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN SPECIES DIVERSITY VARIATION AMONG ANGIOSPERM FAMILIES," Evolution, 54(3), 1066-1068, (1 June 2000)