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The orophilous communities of the Pino‐Juniperetea class in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean area
Orophilous plant communities of the Pino-Juniperetea class, occurring in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean area, are examined. This vegetation is characterized by the dominance of trees andExpand
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Considerazioni fitogeografioche sulla vegetazione psammofila dei litorali italiani
Biogeographia vol. XX/I - 2001 (Pubb/icato il 1 ottobre 2001) Biogeografia degli ambienti costieri Considerazioni fito eo rafiche sulla Ve etazione g 5 . . g. . . . psammofila de1 htorah itahamExpand
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The vegetation of mining dumps in SW-Sardinia
The vegetation of mining dumps of SW-Sardinia includes several endemic or rare species, that have been confined to such artificial habitats by a millennial mining activity. The extreme edaphicExpand
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Taxonomic revision of the Dianthus sylvestris group (Caryophyllaceae) in central–southern Italy, Sicily and Sardinia
A taxonomic revision of the populations belonging to the Dianthus sylvestris Wulfen group (Caryophyllaceae) occurring in central and southern Italy, Sardinia and Sicily has been made. This group isExpand
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SYNTAXONOMY OF THE PARIETAR IETEA JUDAICAE CLASS IN EUROPE
On the basis of literature and unpublished data, a syntaxonomical review about the chasmophilous synanthropic vegetation occurring in the Mediterranean territories and in the Atlantic and CentralExpand
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RUTA LAMARMORAE (RUTACEAE) , A NEW SPECIES FROM SARDINIA
A new species from Sardinia occurring on the Gennargentu massif, Ruta lamarmorae (Rutaceae) , is described and illustrated. Its relationships with R. corsica , a species widespread in the CorsicanExpand
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Taxonomic and nomenclatural notes on the genera Jasonia Cass, and Chiliadenus Cass. (Compositae)
Summary The starting-point for this research was the critical examination of a rupestrian chamaephyte gathered in Malta, which in the more recent local floras and in Italian floras is indicated asExpand
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SYNTAXONOMY OF HY GROPHILOUS WOODS OF THE ALNO-QUERCION ROBORIS
A syntaxonomical revision of the hygrophilous woods occurring in marshy places of the flood-plains from SE Europe is given. This vegetation is included in the Alno-Quercion roboris, alliance of theExpand
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The Lygeo-Stipetea class in Sicily.
Basing on literature data and unpublished releves from Sicily, a survey of the syntaxa belonging to the class Lygeo-Stipetea Rivas-Martinez 1978 is presented. This perennial vegetation isExpand
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Red Listing plants under full national responsibility: Extinction risk and threats in the vascular flora endemic to Italy
Abstract Taxa endemic to a country are key elements for setting national conservation priorities and for driving conservation strategies, since their persistence is entirely dependent on nationalExpand
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