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Subantarctic flowering plants: pre‐glacial survivors or post‐glacial immigrants?
Aim The aim here was to assess whether the present-day assemblage of subantarctic flowering plants is the result of a rapid post-Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) colonization or whether subantarcticExpand
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Peat bank growth, Holocene palaeoecology and climate history of South Georgia (sub-Antarctica), based on a botanical macrofossil record
Botanical macrofassil analysis of a more than 9000 years old, radiocarbon dated peat sequence of a moss peat bank from South Georgia, shows a clear evolution in the vegetation. Seven ecologicalExpand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 5.
Bridel SE. 1812. Muscologiae recentiorum supplementum seu Species muscorum. 2. Gothae: ex O cina Libraria Ettingeriana. Dixon HN. 1960. Mosses of Tristan da Cunha. In: Results of the NorwgianExpand
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Bucklandiella seppeltii, a new species of Grimmiaceae from Australasia, and its phylogenetic position based on molecular data
A new species, Bucklandiella seppeltii Bednarek-Ochyra, Ochyra, Sawicki & Szczecinska, is delimited by its distinct morphology and biogeography. The geographical range of the new species isExpand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 34
New national and regional bryophyte records, 34 L T Ellis, A K Asthana, R Gupta, V Nath, V Sahu, H Bednarek-Ochyra, R Ochyra, B Cykowska, S Calvo Aranda, E Fischer, R Gabriel, P Górski, N Gremmen, HExpand
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New national and regional bryophyte records, 29
New national and regional bryophyte records, 29 L T Ellis, S Akhoondi Darzikolaei, S Shirzadian, V A Bakalin, H BednarekOchyra, R Ochyra, D Claro, M V Dulin, P M Eckel, P Erzberger, R Eziz, MExpand
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