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The characters and origin of the flora from the big bend gorge of Yalutsangpu (Brahmaputra) River, eastern Himalayas


, : The characters and origin of the flora from the big bend gorge of Yalutsangpu (Brahmaputra) River, eastern Himalayas. Acta Botanica Yunnanica 18(2): 185-204

The flora of the big bend gorge (which is below 2500 m) is very rich and comprises ca. 1410 species of seed plants belonging to 643 genera and 180 families. The floristics of the region have obvious transitional characters between tropical and temperate, but are not typical of tropical and temperate floras.

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