Mirovia Island (Meridian)
- "Mirovia Island" redirects here. For other uses, see Mirovia Island (disambiguation).
|Medium island in the Basilisk Archipelago|
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There are no buildings on Mirovia Island.
The name of the island comes from Mirovia, a hypothesized paleo-ocean which surrounded the super-continent Rodinia during the Neoproterozoic Era, pre-dating Pangaea by some five hundred million years. The word itself comes from the Russian mirovoy which means "global". 'Mirovia' also refers to the family of firs, Miroviaceae, in the conifer divison of the plantae kingdom. Specific species include the Mirovia Groenlandica and Mirovia Gothanii.
Mirovia Island is an uninhabitable island.