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Low extinction rates made California a refuge for diverse plant species

There are 2 comments on the Science Daily story from Jan 9, 2013, titled Low extinction rates made California a refuge for diverse plant species. In it, Science Daily reports that:

Although many new species have evolved in California, the rate at which plant lineages gave rise to new species has not been notably higher in California than elsewhere, researchers found.

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Reality Check

San Mateo, CA

#1 Jan 9, 2013
People say that's why DBS has been able to survive here, because it is easier for people like him who don't want to work.

Thank goodness we have a lot of services designed to help people like DBS!
John the lying crapsack

Sunnyvale, CA

#2 Jan 9, 2013
Reality Check wrote:
People say that's why DBS has been able to survive here, because it is easier for people like him who don't want to work.
Thank goodness we have a lot of services designed to help people like DBS!
Sure thing whackjob.

You have it ALL figured out!!!

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