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The epiphytic bryoflora of the Jbel Bouhalla (Rif, Morocco), including a new variety of moss, Orthotrichum speciosum var. brevisetum
Abstract The epiphytic bryoflora of Jbel Bouhalla, a mountain sited in the Rif range (northern Morocco), is catalogued, resulting in a list of 48 taxa (45 mosses and 3 liverworts). One new variety,Expand
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Epiphytic bryoflora of the Atlas and Antiatlas Mountains, including a synthesis of the distribution of epiphytic bryophytes in Morocco
Abstract The epiphytic bryoflora of the Atlas and Antiatlas Mountains is catalogued, resulting in a list of 65 taxa (63 mosses and 2 liverworts). Twenty-eight new records are reported: four are newExpand
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A survey of the epiphytic bryophyte flora of the Rif and Tazzeka Mountains (northern Morocco)
Abstract The catalogue of the epiphytic bryophyte flora of the Rif Mountains includes a total of 72 taxa, of which 66 are mosses and six are liverworts. Some new records are provided: HypnumExpand
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Orthotrichum shawii Wilson, a distinct European species
Abstract During the last three decades, Orthotrichum shawii Wilson has been considered to be conspecific with O. striatum Hedw. The discovery of new populations of this moss in Southern Europe (N. W.Expand
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Assessing environmental conditions of Antarctic footpaths to support management decisions.
Thousands of tourists visit certain Antarctic sites each year, generating a wide variety of environmental impacts. Scientific knowledge of human activities and their impacts can help in the effectiveExpand
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Species richness of epiphytic bryophytes: drivers across scales on the edge of the Mediterranean
Spatial variation in species richness is one of the most frequently studied topics on macroecology. However, the relative importance of the factors affecting richness across scales and theirExpand
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Epiphytic bryophytes of Quercus forests in Central and North inland Iberian Peninsula
Diversity patterns are governed by a complex network of interacting factors. Studies directed to disentangle the most important factors affecting diversity have frequently shown divergent results,Expand
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Epiphytic bryophytes in harsh environments: the Juniperus thurifera forests
Abstract The forests of Juniperus thurifera are peculiar ecosystems that typically grow on mountains and highplateaux of the western Mediterranean basin with dry and continental climates. SomeExpand
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A survey of the epiphytic bryophyte flora in the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula
The epiphytic bryoflora growing on trunks of Quercus pyrenaica Willd. and Q. robur L. has been surveyed throughout an extended area in the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula. Seventy four species areExpand
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The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project
Abstract The PREDICTS project—Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems (www.predicts.org.uk)—has collated from published studies a large, reasonably representativeExpand
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