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Distribution. Juncus gerardii is mainly a coastal species, occurring at the high tide mark on the Mediterranean, Atlantic, Baltic and Black sea shorelines of Europe and the east coast of North America Juncus gerardii is one of the many species identified by Eric Hultén as amphi-Atlantic plants, meaning that they have a disjunct distribution on both sides of the Atlantic, but are absent on the Family: Juncaceae.
*amphi-Atlantic species* The plants that are found on both sides of the northern Atlantic, along the seaboards of eastern North America  and western Europe .
This disjunct distribution pattern is thought to be largely inherited from a single circum-North-Atlantic coastal plain flora. Juncus trifidus is an amphi-atlantic plant, native to northern and eastern Canada, including the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and other low Arctic regions, the northeastern United States, Greenland, Iceland, Scandinavia, northern Britain, and northern Asia.
It also occurs in Clade: Tracheophytes. The amphi-atlantic plants and their phytogeographical connections. Arkiv av Utbredningskartor i Naturhistoriska Riksmuseets botaniska avdelning: Artemisia norvegica Fr.
and its Allies: Atlas of North european amphi-atlantic plants and their phytogeographical connections book plants: north of the tropic of Cancer: Atlas över växternas utbredning i Norden. Their distributions were mapped in detail by Hultén () in his monumental work The Amphi‐Atlantic Plants and their Phytogeographical Connections.
The question of how these species crossed the Atlantic, or if they crossed it at all, has been debated continuously in the phytogeographical literature. The book reviews the arguments for a role of genetics in the present biodiversity crisis. The Amphi-Atlantic Plants and their Phytogeographical Connections A phytogeographical study of the.
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The amphi-atlantic plants and their phytogeographical connections, Eric Hulten. ADVERTISEMENTS: According to Campbell (), the main theme of plant geography is to discover the similarities and diversities in the plants and floras of the present and past found in widely separated parts of the earth.
Wulff () states that Phytogeography is the study of distribution of plant species in their habitats and elucidation of [ ]. Hultén, Eric () Atlas över växternas utbredning i Norden: fanerogamer och ormbunksväxter = Atlas of the distribution of vascular plants in northwestern Europe.
Stockholm, Generalstabens Litografiska Anstalt. Hultén, Eric () The Amphi-atlantic plants and their phytogeographical connections. Kungl. publishes his The Amphi-Atlantic Plants and Their Phytogeographical Connections honoraryUniversity of Montreal publishes his The Circumpolar Plants, in two volumes; retires from the Stockholm Riksmuseum publishes his Flora of Alaska and Neighboring Territories.
Abstract. Spartina patens (Gramineae) is an American coastal grass which grows in a wide range of coastal habitats in its native area. After it was discovered in some Galician wetlands two years ago, we undertook a regional survey whose preliminary results reveal that this grass is actually a rather common species in Southwestern Galicia, being present in several coastal habitats also.
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Svenska Vetensk.-Ak. Handl., 4th series, Stockholm, ( pp., maps; for each species a distribution map with a brief comment is given; an extensive bibliography is added. Price Skr. Flora of. Newfoundland’s west coast has long been a center of attention for taxonomists and botanists interested in floristic and phytogeographical studies because of its peculiar flora.
The importance of this area was first recognized by Fernald (,) in the early part of this century. The Amphi-Atlantic Plants and their Phytogeographical Connection. Almqvist and Niksell, (). This has long been proposed as a key mechanism in the amphi-Atlantic and West-Arctic elements of Arctic flora described by Hultén [36,37].
Supporting it, Alsos et al. [ 15 ] provide evidence for first colonization dates of vascular plant species in Svalbard related to abundant sea ice as inferred from palaeo-environmental data. This distinctive amphi-atlantic species of Asplenium is found in Europe, Central Asia, and Western North America.
In the Western M\any of the plants found at Copeland Creek were fertile and HULTEN, E. The amphi-atlantic plants and their phytogeographical connections. Kgl. Svenska Vetensk. Akad., Handl. 7(1): KEARNEY, T.
There is now excellent fossil, molecular and phytogeographical evidence to support Hultén's proposal that Beringia was a major northern refugium for arctic plants throughout the Quaternary.
In contrast, most molecular evidence fails to support his proposal that contemporary east and west Atlantic populations of circumarctic and amphi-Atlantic. Buy The circumpolar plants by Eric Hultén online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at.
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