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1 May 2018 Distribution Patterns and Long-Term Changes in Vascular Plants of Non-Littoral Areas in the SW Archipelago of Finland. Part III. Clusiaceae, Violaceae, Cistaceae, Brassicaceae, Salicaceae, Ericaceae, Pyrolaceae, Monotropaceae, Empetraceae, Primulaceae, Tiliaceae, Malvaceae, Thymelaeaceae, Saxifragaceae, Crassulaceae, Grossulariaceae, Parnassiaceae, Droseraceae
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Historical (mainly 1930s) and contemporary records of 482 vascular plant species or genera of non-littoral areas of 464 islands in the archipelago of SW Finland are compared, to visualise changes in distribution patterns, and to identify environmental variables that exert an influence on the distribution of the species. The environmental variables were measured in a GIS. Logistic regression analysis was used to find variables that affect the probability of species occurrences. Results, including distribution maps, are presented for each species. The families Clusiaceae, Violaceae, Cistaceae, Brassicaceae, Salicaceae, Ericaceae, Pyrolaceae, Monotropaceae, Empetraceae, Primulaceae, Tiliaceae, Malvaceae, Thymelaeaceae, Saxifragaceae, Crassulaceae, Grossulariaceae, Parnassiaceae, and Droseraceae are presented in this part of the series. A synthesis of the study will be presented in the last part of this article series.
© Finnish Zoological and Botanical Publishing Board 2018
and Mikael von Numers "Distribution Patterns and Long-Term Changes in Vascular Plants of Non-Littoral Areas in the SW Archipelago of Finland. Part III. Clusiaceae, Violaceae, Cistaceae, Brassicaceae, Salicaceae, Ericaceae, Pyrolaceae, Monotropaceae, Empetraceae, Primulaceae, Tiliaceae, Malvaceae, Thymelaeaceae, Saxifragaceae, Crassulaceae, Grossulariaceae, Parnassiaceae, Droseraceae," Annales Botanici Fennici 55(1–3), (1 May 2018). https://doi.org/10.5735/085.055.0107
Received: 1 November 2016; Accepted: 10 January 2018; Published: 1 May 2018
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