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Some distributions are limited by substrate availability, and dramatic examples come from parasites of Gondowanan plants; one of these is the Southern Hemisphere distribution of the ascomycete Cyttaria, corresponding with part of the distribution of its host plant Nothofagus.
The fossil record shows that fungi were present in Antarctica, as is the case for other organisms with Gondwanan distributions.
Arthropod associates also may show distributions throughout part or all of a host range, and some fungal species (ex.
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