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paleogeographic event[¦pāl·ē·ō‚jē·ə′graf·ik i′vent]
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Conversely, a paleogeographic event
that could be placed at the origins of the separation of Paralovricia (in the Rhodopes) from a common ancestor - which then enabled a further differentiation of Lovricia and Neolovricia in the Dinarides - may be identified in the Early Miocene (20.