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Lichen biota in the low land of the Ob basin V. V. Koneva

By: Koneva, Vera VContributor(s): Томский государственный университет Институт биологии, экологии, почвоведения, сельского и лесного хозяйства (Биологический институт) Кафедра ботаникиMaterial type: ArticleArticleSubject(s): лишайники | низовья рек | Обь, река-бассейн | фитоценозGenre/Form: статьи в журналах Online resources: Click here to access online In: International journal of environmental studies Vol. 72, № 3. P. 521-526Abstract: The article reviews the lichen diversity in the low land of the Ob basin based on the data published by the author and other specialists. So far, species diversity has reached 430 taxonomic units from 102 genera and 42 families. There are data about the distribution of certain lichen species for the main types of habitat and substrates with in cenosis. The largest variety is shown in communities of dark coniferous forests and mixed forests with declining aspens in the tree layer (215 species), of forested fens (161 species), and inundated forest cenosis (100 species). The least variety is found in ground slope communities (13 species) and phytocenoses of transition moors (12 species).
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The article reviews the lichen diversity in the low land of the Ob basin based on the data published by the author and other specialists. So far, species diversity has reached 430 taxonomic units from 102 genera and 42 families. There are data about the distribution of certain lichen species for the main types of habitat and substrates with in cenosis. The largest variety is shown in communities of dark coniferous forests and mixed forests with declining aspens in the tree layer (215 species), of forested fens (161 species), and inundated forest cenosis (100 species). The least variety is found in ground slope communities (13 species) and phytocenoses of transition moors (12 species).

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