TITLE

THE MAIN SOZOLOGICAL CATEGORIES OF THE ARGEÅž COUNTY

AUTHOR(S)
Alexiu, Valeriu
PUB. DATE
December 2008
SOURCE
Contributii Botanice;2008, Vol. 43, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The paper contains 53 endangered species and subspecies of the ArgeÅŸ county, analyzed from the view point of affiliation to different categories of rare, vulnerable or endangered plant species of important IPA habitats (Red List, I.P.A. Categories, C.E. Directive no. 92/43/EEC from the 21 of may 1992, Bern Convention).
ACCESSION #
37802654

 

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