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The preservation of marl outcrop flora in the mezen river valley russian sfsr ussr


, : The preservation of marl outcrop flora in the mezen river valley russian sfsr ussr. Botanicheskii Zhurnal (St Petersburg) 71(1): 108-112

A botanical and geographical characterization is given of the flora of 4 marl exposure fields in the Mezen River basin. A list is presented of 75 species, half of which are calciphytes, and 10 are rare for the flora of the northern European USSR. Marl exposures in Leshukonskoe village region are recommended for inclusion in the list of botanical objects selected for preservation.

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