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The fig-flora of the New Hebrides (17 species including two endemics F. aspera and F. granatum) is disappointing in comparison with neighbouring island-groups. It con sists mainly of immigrant species, 8 of affinity with New Guinea, 6 with Polynesia, and one uncertain connexion with New Caledonia ( subulata and storckii var. storckii are recorded for the first time. The unity of the fig-flora sets the limit for over seas dispersal of Ficus at ca. 100 km. It is concluded that the New Guineadoi:10.1098/rstb.1975.0092 fatcat:22uqogtbxjhc3a27ptm7cs7xli