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Flora of Yakutia: Composition and Ecological Structure

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Part of the Plant and Vegetation book series (PAVE, volume 3)

Abstract

Floristic regionalization shows that Yakutia is divided into the following regions: the Arctic, Olenyok, Kolyma, Yana-Indigirka, Central Yakutian, Upper Lena and Aldan. Each region features peculiar “sets” of species of higher vascular plants, mosses, lichens and fungi determined by climatic, topological and other natural factors. The Yakutian flora of higher vascular plants numbers 1,900 species and 84 subspecies. The flora of leafy mosses comprises 523 species (537 taxa including varieties), the liverwort flora consists of 199 species and 19 varieties. The lichen flora of Yakutia comprises 703 species and 10 varieties, comprised in two classes: Ascomycotina and Basidiomycotina. The fungi in the territory of Yakutia are represented by 1 species of Protista and 451 species of macromycetes belonging to the divisions ASCOMYCOTA and BASIDIOMYCOTA and the classes Ustilaginomycetes, Ascomycetes and Hymenomycetes. The Yakutian algal flora is studied as regards its geographical distribution in basins of the largest rivers of Yakutia; it totals 2,476 species (3,124 taxa of intraspecific level) of 22 classes and 12 divisions. Most numerous in species number are the green algae and diatoms.

Keywords

Larch Forest Tundra Zone Hylocomium Splendens Leading Family Ceratodon Purpureus 
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Notes

Acknowledgments

E. Sofronova expresses her thanks to A.D. Potemkin (KBI RAS, Saint-Petersburg) for valuable advices during working on this paper. The work was partly supported by the Project “Liverworts and hornworts of Russia” of the Fundamental Researches Program of the RAS Presidium “Biodiversity and gene pool dynamics” as well as by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research № 07-04-00325а.

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