Flora Nordica, Vol 1: Lycopodiaceae - Polygonaceae. Jonsell, B., editor .
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Flora Nordica, written in English, addresses professionals and advanced amateurs in Norden and elsewhere. According to present plans, the complete work will comprise 15 volumes. For all species, subspecies, varieties and hybrids - also casual aliens - the treatment includes synonyms, official names in Nordic languages, and distribution information. For the more common casuals and for all residents, a fairly detailed description is provided, as well as information about chromosome numbers, habitat and reproductive biology. Distribution in Norden is shown as dot maps, where occurrence and status in each of the 88 floristic provinces is displayed. Matters like variation and species delimitation are discussed, and unsolved problems are stated; the scope is to provide a summary of today's knowledge. An extensive list of references is included in each volume. Most illustrations are black-and-white drawings of plant details.
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  title = {Flora {{Nordica}}, {{Vol}} 1: {{Lycopodiaceae}} - Polygonaceae},
  editor = {Jonsell, Bengt},
  date = {2000},
  publisher = {{The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences}},
  location = {{Stockholm}},
  url = {http://www.floranordica.org/Floraofficiellt/booke.html},
  abstract = {Flora Nordica, written in English, addresses professionals and advanced amateurs in Norden and elsewhere. According to present plans, the complete work will comprise 15 volumes.

For all species, subspecies, varieties and hybrids - also casual aliens - the treatment includes synonyms, official names in Nordic languages, and distribution information. For the more common casuals and for all residents, a fairly detailed description is provided, as well as information about chromosome numbers, habitat and reproductive biology.

Distribution in Norden is shown as dot maps, where occurrence and status in each of the 88 floristic provinces is displayed. Matters like variation and species delimitation are discussed, and unsolved problems are stated; the scope is to provide a summary of today's knowledge. An extensive list of references is included in each volume. Most illustrations are black-and-white drawings of plant details.},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13759411,forest-resources,scandinavia,species-description,species-distribution}
}
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