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Am. J. Probab. Math. Stat
The generalized Fleming-Viot processes were defined in 1999 by Don-nelly and Kurtz using a particle model and by Bertoin and Le Gall in 2003 using stochastic flows of bridges. In both methods, the key argument used to characterize these processes is the duality between these processes and exchangeable coalescents. A larger class of coalescent processes, called distinguished coalescents, was set up recently to incorporate an immigration phenomenon in the underlying population. The purpose offatcat:iq7icl3q3bakbhsbbtkjttzkea