On the degree of adaptation of the moss flora and vegetation in gypsiferous zones of the south-east Iberian Peninsula
Authors: Guerra, J.; Martinez-Sanchez, J. J.; Ros, R. M.
Source: Journal of Bryology, Number 1, 1992 , pp. 133-142(10)
Publisher: Maney Publishing
Abstract:The occurrence of fifteen xeromorphic adaptations in mosses of gypsiferous sites in south-east Spain, the most arid part of Europe, was analysed. The characteristic species of agypsophilous moss community (Crossidium crassinerve, Tortula revolvens and Aloina bifrons) were evaluatedin order to compare their degree of adaptation to the habitat with the degree of adaptation of other groups of species of this association.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1992
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