Included here are the sub-tropical, volcanic islands of Lord Howe and Ball’s Pyramid, situated in the Tasman Sea.
Of the endemic vascular plants so far recorded there area about 106 species in 82 genera and 55 families. There are 5 endemic genera (marked red) but no endemic families.
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