circumboreal


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comprising or throughout far northern regions

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Ammodytes hexapterus Pallas, 1814:226 (original description; types lost; circumboreal, Kamchatka, Kuril and Aleutian islands, American coast, Baltic Sea).
In contrast, Suzuki (1976) proposed that both species originally inhabited an ancient circumboreal ecosystem that now consists of isolated postglacial fragments in eastern Asia and eastern North America.
Studies on Tracheliis rathkei (Brant) (Rapp 1988) indicate that it may be circumboreal. In Louisiana, no collections were made in greenhouses where synanthropic species may occur.
Without taking into account the high mountain chains, Europe can be divided into four main phytogeographic regions, according to gradients from north to south and from east to west: the circumboreal (north Scotland, Scandinavia [except the Atlantic coast], and the northern zones of Russia, with the Urals as an eastern limit); the mid-European (from Ireland and the northwest of Spain and Portugal in the west to the central Russian regions, with the Urals also as eastern limit); the sub-Mediterranean (from the north of the Iberian peninsula in the west to the southern Urals and the western shores of the Caspian Sea, passing through the center and north of Italy and the central Balkans); and the Mediterranean (see also vol.
We are currently collecting the data needed to apply these tests to Silene acaulis, a slowly growing circumboreal cushion plant living in both high alpine and arctic tundra communities.
The threespine stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus, is a widespread circumboreal and north-temperate species mostly restricted to coastal regions.
Landscape-level controls on dissolved carbon flux from diverse catchments of the circumboreal. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26, GB0E02.
Role of warm stratification in promoting germination of seeds of Empetrum hennaphroditum (Empetraceae), a circumboreal species with a stony endocarp.
Weed designates species common as agricultural weeds Habit denotes growth habit (A = annual, B = biennial, C = herbaceous perennial, S = shrub, SS = subshrub, T = tree) Origin refers to the geographic area where the species is native (A = Asia, AU = Australia, C = circumboreal, E = Europe, EA = Eurasia, EAF = Eurasia and northern Africa, NA = North America, SA = South America, W = cosmopolitan) First Wo.
In Albania this association was recognized in Maja e Jezerces and Buni Jezerces at elevations ranging between 1800 and 2500 m, in a vegetational context dominated by the Crepidetalia dinaricae communities which are very rich in Circumboreal (Dryas octopetala, Draba aspera), Amphi-adriatic (Edraianthus graminifolius, Saxifraga marginata, Carex kitaibeliana, Artemisia eriantha, Trifolium noricum) and Balkan endemics (Valeriana bertiscea, Draba kummerlei, Arabis scopoliana, Saxifraga prenja, Danthoniastrum alpinum, Aubrieta croatica).
Floristically it is included in the Holarctic Kingdom and is shared between the Illyrian province of the Circumboreal Region (Polunin & Walters 1989), where the beech forests are dominant above 1000 m, with different vegetation series related to the substrate, and the Adriatic province of the Mediterranean Region with xerothermic evergreen vegetation dominated by Pinus halepensis and Quercus ilex close to the sea level, and substituted by deciduous and thermophilous oaks when the sea influence decreases (Trinajstic 1995).
Its distribution is circumboreal: in the Atlantic its range includes northern Europe (British Isles, Norway, and Iceland) and Greenland south to the Gulf of Maine; in the Pacific F.
Populations with modest divergence in one or more of these traits occur elsewhere in the circumboreal distribution of the species including California (Miller and Hubbs, 1969), Alaska (Francis et al., 1986) and the Outer Hebrides (Campbell, 1979).