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Geographical and altitudinal distribution of the lamiaceae in greece



Geographical and altitudinal distribution of the lamiaceae in greece



Phyton 28(2): 215-228



Lamiaceae is a very important plant family in Greece, including a high number of endemic taxa (c. 30%), and represented very well all over the Greek territory. The horizontal and vertical distribution of its members are studied, taking into account the division of the country in fourteen phytogeographical regions. Using the Sorensen similarity index the affinities among each other are determined. The taxa are grouped into seven categories, on the basis of their chorology. Each chorological group is studied separately concerning its altitudinal distribution all over Greece and the participation of its representatives to every region.

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