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Hieracium on Mt. Taberg, south Sweden

Tyler, Torbjörn LU (2005) In Nordic Journal of Botany 138(3). p.27-36
Abstract
The Hieracium flora of die famous botanical site Mt. Taberg (prov. Smaland, S. Sweden) was investigated in 2005. This small but steel) mountain is entirely made up of ultrabasic bedrock and leas a very rich flora. Previous investigations (mainly from die period 1880-1930) leave reported 37 species belonging to H. sect. Hieracium and sect. Vulgata (including the "bifidum - group"), including four extremely rare and local species that leave not been refound anywhere in recent years. Thirty species were found in 2005, including 10 species previously not reported from die area, but none of die four possibly extinct species were refound. Among die previously not reported species are several that have their distributional limit in tins region... (More)
The Hieracium flora of die famous botanical site Mt. Taberg (prov. Smaland, S. Sweden) was investigated in 2005. This small but steel) mountain is entirely made up of ultrabasic bedrock and leas a very rich flora. Previous investigations (mainly from die period 1880-1930) leave reported 37 species belonging to H. sect. Hieracium and sect. Vulgata (including the "bifidum - group"), including four extremely rare and local species that leave not been refound anywhere in recent years. Thirty species were found in 2005, including 10 species previously not reported from die area, but none of die four possibly extinct species were refound. Among die previously not reported species are several that have their distributional limit in tins region and which appear to be spreading. An annotated list of all species reported from the area is included. (Less)
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Något om fibblefloran på Taberg
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Nordic Journal of Botany
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138
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27 - 36
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Wiley-Blackwell
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0107-055X
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English
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  author       = {Tyler, Torbjörn},
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  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
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  publisher    = {Wiley-Blackwell},
  series       = {Nordic Journal of Botany},
  title        = {Hieracium on Mt. Taberg, south Sweden},
  volume       = {138},
  year         = {2005},
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