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Chamaecyparis montane cloud forest in Taiwan: ecology and vegetation classification
Montane cloud forest is one of the most endangered ecosystems. However, there are few comprehensive studies on the distribution of subtropical montane cloud forest (SMCF). Chamaecyparis forest is one
Classification of Taiwan forest vegetation
Aim We identify the main forest vegetation types in Taiwan, provide their formal definitions and describe their species composition, habitat affinities and distribution. Location Taiwan. Methods A
The First National Vegetation Inventory in Taiwan
This article describes the successful implementation and preliminary results of the first national vegetation inventory in Taiwan. This project which aimed to establish national criteria for
Gastrodia sui sp. nov. (Orchidaceae) from Taiwan
A new orchid species, Gastrodia sui C. S. Leou, T. C. Hsu & C. L. Yeh is described and illustrated from Taiwan. The new species is closely related to G. callosa J. J. Sm. but distinguishable by the
A new species of Zingiber (Zingiberaceae) from Taiwan, China, based on morphological and molecular data
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Combining the morphological characters and molecular analysis, it is confirmed that Z. shuanglongensis is a new species of Zingiber.
Aphyllorchis rotundatipetala (Orchidaceae), a New Species from Taiwan
Aphyllorchis rotundatipetala C.S. Leou, S.K. Yu & C.T. Lee, a new species of Orchidaceae discovered in Taiwan, is described and illustrated. It is related to A. montana and A. simplex. The
Pectis L. (Asteraceae), a Newly Recorded Genus to the Flora of Taiwan
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A new-record genus to the flora of Taiwan is document: Pectis L. prostrata Cav.
Variation in Mountain Vegetation Composition between the East and the West Sides of Southern Taiwan
In this study, we classified twenty associations, 179 families, 810 genera, 1897 species, and identified 291 rare species. The vegetation units were named following floristic-sociological approach. A
Altitudinal distribution patterns of plant species in Taiwan are mainly determined by the northeast monsoon rather than the heat retention mechanism of Massenerhebung
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There is an increasing tendency of species altitudinal distribution with the decrease of latitude on the east-facing aspect of the main sections of the Central Mountain Range in Taiwan, and the previously-proposed distribution pattern that claimed that species alt longitudinal distribution descends gradually towards the north and south ends of Taiwan should be revised.
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