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The most abundant and constant vascular plant species within the plots of Asplenio-Cystopteridetum fragilis are Poa relaxa and Campanula incanescens.
Subaerial symbiotic green algae:interactions with vascular plant hosts.
Root traces from the Holy Cross Mountains are larger and more complex than previously postulated for land vascular plants in Early Devonian time (Kenrick & Crane 1997).
The plant survey recorded a total of 379 vascular plant taxa (371 identified to at least the species level) at Goose Pond FWA, of which 286 (76%) are native to Indiana.
3 percent of the Earth's surface but contain more than half the world's vascular plants and 43 percent of terrestrial vertebrate species.
The following hydrobionts undergo the largest exposure: crustacean, insect larvae, vascular plants, gastropod and bivalve molluscs (Fig.
A total of 59 vascular plant species representing 25 families and 49 genera were documented on the prairies, including 11 monocot species representing 3 families and 48 dicot species representing 22 families (Appendix 1).
Vascular plants brought in from all over the world have doubled the species richness of the plant life on most Pacific islands.
Special attention was given to those vascular plant species on the PETS Plant Species List provided by the Shoal Creek Ranger District office.
A transect of four 2 x 2 m experimental plots was created within each experimental area in order to analyse the vascular plant cover of the studied hybrid aspen plantations.
The study - The Vascular Plant Red Data List for Great Britain - was based on a comparison of two previous reports.
WWF said in a statement that the 1,800 square kilometer Tesso Nilo forest, located in Sumatra's Riau province, was found by WWF scientists to contain 218 vascular plant species in just one single 200 square meter plot.
Ten percent of the world's vascular plant species are located in Ecuador -- in an area that covers just 0.