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New national and regional bryophyte records, 46
L. T. Ellis1, A. K. Asthana2, P. Srivastava2, I. Omar2, K. K. Rawat2, V. Sahu2, M. J. Cano3, D. P. Costa4, E. M. Dias5,8, N. Dias dos Santos5,6, J. B. Silva5, V. E. Fedosov7, M. N. Kozhin7, E. A.Expand
A miniature world in decline: European Red List of Mosses, Liverworts and Hornworts.
AimThis Red List is a summary of the conservation status of the European species of mosses, liverworts and hornworts, collectively known as bryophytes, evaluated according to IUCN’s Guidelines forExpand
New national and regional bryophyte records, 17
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B. crispipila has to be redefined as pan-tropical montane after B. subsecunda and is the third species of the genus occurring in Malesia. Expand
Do Antarctic populations represent local or widespread phylogenetic and ecological lineages? Complicated fate of bipolar moss concepts with Drepanocladus longifolius as a case study
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While identity of non-coding sequences in D. longifolius populations indicates a postglacial recruitment of extant Antarctic populations from extra-regional locations rather than a long-term in situ survival, the mutation in the rps4 gene may be hypothesised to reflect an adaptive response of plants to the Antarctic environment. Expand
The vascular plant colonization on decaying Picea abies logs in Karkonosze mountain forest belts: the effects of forest community type, cryptogam cover, log decomposition and forest management
Among the vascular plants there is a lack of the typical epixylous species but they are a constant component on decaying wood. Their distribution patterns on this kind of substrate seem to be theExpand
A global database for metacommunity ecology, integrating species, traits, environment and space
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By its harmonized structure, and the diversity of ecosystem types, taxonomic groups, and spatial scales it covers, the CESTES database provides an important opportunity for synthetic trait-based research in community ecology. Expand
Comparison of traits of non-colonized and colonized decaying logs by vascular plant species
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The hypothesis that vascular plants do not colonize all of the available logs and that the process of establishment is not random was supported, and the colonization status of a given log was significantly associated with CWD traits and site conditions. Expand
New national and regional bryophyte records, 26
26 L T Ellis, H Bednarek-Ochyra, R Ochyra, Silvia Calvo Aranda, Maria T Colotti, Maria M Schiavone, Michail V Dulin, P Erzberger, Tulay Ezer, Recep Kara, Rosalina Gabriel, Lars Hedenas, David TExpand
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