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Areal- und Florenkunde (Floristische Geobotanik)

  • Eckehart J. Jäger
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Zusammenfassung

Die intensive floristische Erkundungsarbeit hält in allen Ländern weiter an. Im Durchschnitt erscheint etwa täglich ein neuer Florenband, u.a. auch von bisher wenig erforschten Gebieten wie Arabien, Zentralasien, Zentralaustralien.

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