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Some plant communities in the Bolšaja Čeremšana valley, Barguzinskij range



Year of publication 1995
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Siberian Naturalist
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Science

Field Botany
Keywords Vegetation description; syntaxonomy; Braun-Blanquet approach; Lake Balkal; East Siberia
Description Selected vegetation types of the Bol'šaja Čeremšana valley, Barguzinskij Range, East Siberia, are described using the Braun-Blanquet approach. A total of 21 communities are distingnished which comprise 4 tundra communities, 1 scree, 6 grassland and tall-forb, 5 sedge-fen and mire, 2 shrub and 3 forest communities. Of these, two communities, Salici turzaninowii-Sibbaldietum procumbentis and Artemisio lagocephalae-Dryopteridetum fragrantis are formally described as new associations. These communities are documented by 141 relevés. Their ecology and syntaxonomy are briefly discussed.

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