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Table 2 Relationships between studied regions and regions of researchers' labs

From: Insights from Zootaxa on potential trends in zoological taxonomic activity

  A
Studying regions (%)
B
Studied regions (%)
Asia 20 25
South America 21 25
Multi-areas - 12
North America 21 8
Oceania 7 8
Europe 29 7
Africa 2 6
Middle East 2 3
Central America 1 3
Antarctica - 1
Without region - 2
  1. Studying regions: percentage of a fractional count of authors of publications. Studied regions: percentage of the number of publications. "Multi-areas" refers to work performed on more than one continent. Asia and South America are the most studied areas and belong to the areas with the highest numbers of publications.