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State of Knowledge of the Bryoflora of Europe as Illustrated by the Hepatic Flora

Lars Söderström, Tomas Hallingbäck, Nick Hodgetts, Geert Raeymaekers, René Schumacker, Cecília Sérgio, Nick Stewart and Jíři Váňa
Lindbergia
Vol. 23, No. 1, Conservation of Bryophytes in Europe (1998), pp. 28-32
Published by: Oikos Editorial Office
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20149965
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Abstract

The number of known hepatic taxa from regions of Europe is compared with the number of expected taxa, and the regions with the largest differences are those in most need of investigation. The criteria used for deciding the number of expected taxa are number of taxa in neighbouring areas and the diversity of habitats, climate, etc. The areas identified as in most need of investigation are the Balkans, southwest Russia including the Caucasus and the European part of Kazachstan, the Ural Mountains, and the Mediterranean islands. Also Central Russia, Belarus and the Arctic are under-recorded.

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