Hydrobiologia

, Volume 351, Issue 1–3, pp 35–40 | Cite as

The flora of Prespa National Park with emphasis on species of conservation interest

  • G. Pavlides
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Abstract

The flora of Prespa National Park is composed of 1326plant species. Among them are 17 Pteridophytes and1309 Spermatophytes, represented by 11 Gymnosperms,1057 Dicotyledons and 241 Monocotyledons. The flora isevaluated and categorised into species which can beconsidered as new for the Greek flora, species underinternational protection, and rare local speciesthreatened with extinction. Plant species are alsocategorised according to their ecologicalrequirements, with special reference to the endemicspecies and their centres of origin in respect totheir total percentage (15.4%).

flora endemic plant biogeography conservation Greece 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Pavlides
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  1. 1.ThessalonikiGreece

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