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Old and current occurrence of the wild anemone anemone sylvestris l. in western picardy departments somme and oise


, : Old and current occurrence of the wild anemone anemone sylvestris l. in western picardy departments somme and oise. Lejeunia (137): 1-40

The old and current occurrence of the continental species Anemone sylvestris in Western Picardy [France] has been studied. All the localities discovered by the botanists of the XIXth century in the departments Somme and Oise have been searched for that plant and the evolution of the current populations has been monitored. It appears that A. sylvestris, a legally protected species in France, decreases in most of the rare subsisting localities. The phytosociological position of A. sylvestris has been specified through a table of 11 "releves"; edaphic and climatic affinities are discussed. The protection of the last localities of A. sylvestris in the South of Amiens is recommended.


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