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Atlas Florae Europaeae, Volume 13 [English] Rosaceae (Spiraea to Fragaria, excl. Rubus)

Distribution Atlas
Series: Atlas Florae Europaeae Volume: 13
Edited By: Arto Kurtto, Raino Lampinen and Leo Junikka
320 pages, 286 Maps
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Language: English

The European distribution of species and subspecies of vascular plants. Their ranges have been mapped with the aid of a grid of 50km squares - a total of 4,419 squares for the whole of Europe. The notes on the maps give important synonyms, data on taxonomy and nomenclature, important additions and corrections (mainly complementing Flora Europaea) and references to maps of the total range. The most recent literature available has been consulted. The mapping symbols are different for native occurrences, introductions (established aliens), unknown or uncertain status, extinct, probably extinct and uncertain records. Within the same square, native occurrences are given preference over introductions, extant over extinct, certain over uncertain.

Contents

The committee for mapping the Flora of Europe; Explanatory notes; Acknowledgements; 1. Salicaceae; 2. Myricaceae; 3. Juglandaceae; 4. Betulaceae; 5. Corylaceae; 6. Fagaceae; 7. Ulmaceae; 8. Moraceae; 9. Cannabaceae; 10. Urticaceae; 11. Santalaceae; 12. Loranthaceae; 13. Aristolochiaceae; 14. Rafflesiaceae (cytinaceae); 15. Balanophoraceae (cynomoriaceae); Index; Base map.

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Distribution Atlas
Series: Atlas Florae Europaeae Volume: 13
Edited By: Arto Kurtto, Raino Lampinen and Leo Junikka
320 pages, 286 Maps
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