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Record number 309729
Title Marsilea quadrifolia L. (klaverbladvaren) nieuw voor Nederland
Author(s) Drok, W.J.A.; Weeda, E.J.
Source Gorteria 25 (1999)5. - ISSN 0017-2294 - p. 89 - 103.
Department(s) Institute for Forestry and Nature Research
Publication type Article in professional journal
Publication year 1999
Keyword(s) marsilea quadrifolia - planten - plantengemeenschappen - vegetatie - synecologie - plantenecologie - milieu - aquatische gemeenschappen - migratie - verspreiding - zaadverspreiding - invasie - plantengeografie - rivieren - bedreigde soorten - beschermde soorten - pioniersoorten - onderzoek - waal - zuid-holland - bommelerwaard - uiterwaarden - marsilea quadrifolia - plants - plant communities - vegetation - synecology - plant ecology - environment - aquatic communities - migration - dispersal - seed dispersal - invasion - phytogeography - rivers - endangered species - protected species - pioneer species - research - river waal - zuid-holland - bommelerwaard - river forelands
Categories Phytogeography
Abstract In 1998 is deze watervaren, bekend als aquariumplant, aangetroffen in een uiterwaard van de Waal in de Bommelerwaard. Dit is 190 km noordelijker dan de tot dusver noordelijkste vindplaats. Verspreiding, achteruitgang, ecologie en plantensociologische aspecten van deze soort van Europese Rode Lijsten
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