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27 February 2006 Vegetation types with Cladium mariscus (Cyperaceae) in Greece
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Populations of Cladium mariscus have been observed in twenty-nine localities, mainly in western Greece, fourteen of which are new records. The species grows in a broad spectrum of habitats (lakes, lagoons, shallow marshes, humid grasslands), depending on the presence of fresh water. Correspondence factor analysis of phytosociological relevés identified seven different vegetation types with C. mariscus in Greece, which are discussed in short.

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Michael Theocharopoulos, Theodoros Georgiadis, Georgios Dimitrellos, Stergios Chochliouros, and Argyro Tiniakou "Vegetation types with Cladium mariscus (Cyperaceae) in Greece," Willdenowia 36(1), 247-256, (27 February 2006). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.36.36120
Published: 27 February 2006
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