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THE FLORA OF ATANASOVSKO LAKE NATURAL RESERVE

@inproceedings{Grozeva2005THEFO,
  title={THE FLORA OF ATANASOVSKO LAKE NATURAL RESERVE},
  author={Neli Grozeva},
  year={2005}
}
In 2002-2005 the vascular plant on the territory of Atanasovsko lake Natural Reserve was studied. A total of 311 species belonging to 205 genera and 63 families are reported for that territory. Their taxonomic structure, allocation by biological type and ecological requirements, as well as florogenetic structure, are discussed. The endemic element is presented by 8 species: Aegilops geniculata, Bupleurum apiculatum, Fumaria petteri, Heptaptera triquetra; Nonea atra; Silene euxina and Verbascum… 

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