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8 December 2000 The inclusion of adventive plants in the second edition of Flora Palaestina
Avinoam Danin
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Abstract

Distribution maps for 19 prominent woody adventive gymnosperms, dicots and monocots, which are established in the Flora Palaestina area but not included in Flora Palaestina, ed. 1, are presented, showing their presence in grid areas of 5 × 5 km in Israel, and data on their introduction, habitats and dispersal modes are given in this preparatory contribution for the second edition of Flora Palaestina.

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Avinoam Danin "The inclusion of adventive plants in the second edition of Flora Palaestina," Willdenowia 30(2), 305-314, (8 December 2000). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.30.30209
Published: 8 December 2000
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