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Identifying the areas most vulnerable to a species' invasion within a habitat or region is crucial to managing and minimizing that species' eventual effect. The exotic annual grass Microstegium vimineum often occurs in the greatest density along disturbed corridors, such as waterways and trails,...
Sibbaldia procumbens occurs in arctic and alpine environments in widely disjunct locations in North America, Europe, and Asia. It is one of the rarest native plants in New England, with only a single station in New Hampshire. To inform conservation efforts for this species near the southeastern...
The new Peruvian Draba cajamarcensis and Chinese D. jiulongensis are described and illustrated. They are most similar to D. hallii (Colombia, Ecuador) and D. bartholomewii (China: Qinghai, Sichuan, Tibet), respectively. The distinguishing characters between members of each species pair are...
Kosteletzkya C. Presl includes 17 species that are about evenly distributed between Africa and the northern Neotropics. The seven species with known chromosome numbers are exclusively diploid ( n = 19). Here, 47 new chromosome counts are reported and the nomenclature of five of the...
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area is administered by the National Park Service, US Department of the Interior, and comprises 2618 ha (6470 acres) in 15 land units along 77.3 km (48 mi) of the river corridor in Georgia, from the Buford Dam on Lake Lanier (near Sugar Hill) south to...
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