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Phytosociological analysis of basophilic Scots pine forests in the Southeastern Alps

−3574. Del Favero, R., Poldini, L., Bortoli, P., Dreossi, G., Lasen, C. ---amp--- Vanone, G. 1998: La vegetazione forestale e la selvicoltura nelle regione Friuli - Venezia Giulia. Vol. 2. Regione autonoma Friuli−Venezia Giulia. Direzione Regionale delle Foreste, Servizio delle Selvicoltura, Udine, 303 pp. + Appendix. Dufrene, M. ---amp--- Legendre, P. 1997: Species assemblages and indicator species: the need for a flexible asymmetrical approach. Ecol. Monogr. 67(3): 345–366. Eichberger, C., Heiselmayer, P. ---amp--- Grabner, S. 2004: Rotföhrenwälder in

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Relationships between bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Apiformes) and flowers in the Bulgarian agricultural landscape

possibilities for their control. Plant Science 19(2): 118-127. DUFRÊNE M., LEGENDRE P. 1997. Species assemblages and indicator species: the need for a flexible asymmetrical approach. Ecological Monographs 67(3): 345-366. FEINSINGER P., SPEARS E.E., POOLE R.W. 1981. A simple measure of niche breadth. Ecology 62(1): 27-32. FRANZÉN M., LARSSON M., NILSSON S.G. 2009. Small local population sizes and high habitat patch fidelity in a specialised solitary bee. Journal of Insect Conservation 13(1): 89-95. GARIBALDI L

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Exploring Life Forms for Linking Orthopteran Assemblage and Grassland Plant Community

. & Thomas, J. W. 1988: Critique of vertebrate indicator species. Conservation Biology 2: 316-328. Loreau, M., Naeem, S., Inchaust, P., Bengtsson, J., Grime, J. P., Hector, A., Hooper, D. U., Huston, M. A., Raffaelli, D., Schmid, B., Tilman, D. & Wardle, D. A. 2001: Biodiversity and ecosystem functioning: current knowledge and future challenges. Science 294: 804-808. Losey, J. E. & Vaughan, M. 2006: The economic value of ecological services provided by insects. Bioscience 56: 311-323. Maas, S., Detzel, P. & Staudt, A. 2002

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Topographic attributes and ecological indicator values in assessing the ground-floor vegetation patterns

icola C., F anelli G. & T esti A. 2010. Ecological classification of beech woodlands in the Central Apennine through frequency distribution of Ellenberg indicators. Ann. Bot. n.s., 0: 97-104. Available: [01.06.2017]. C ousins S. A. O. & L indborg R. 2004. Assessing changes in plant distribution patterns – indicator species versus plant functional types. Ecol. Ind. 4: 17-27. C zarnecka B. & C habudziński Ł. 2011. Vegetation

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Status in varstvo belohrbtega detla Dendrocopos leucotos v Sloveniji/ The status and conservation of the White-backed Woodpecker Dendrocopos leucotos in Slovenia

Slovenica - Strokovna in znanstvena dela 135. - Gozdarski inštitut Slovenije, Ljubljana. Lachat T., Wermelinger B., Gossner M. M., Bussler H., Isacsson G., Müller J. (2012): Saproxylic beetles as indicator species for dead-wood amount and temperature in European beech forests. - Ecological Indicators 23: 323-331. Lehikoinen A., Lehikoinen P., Lindén A., Laine T. (2011): Population trend and status of the endangered Whitebacked Woodpecker Dendrocopos leucotos in Finland. - Ornis Fennica 88 (4): 195-207. Martikainen P., Kaila

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Steppe-Like Grass Land Vegetation in the Hills around the Lakes of Vegoritida and Petron, North-Central Greece

Manual and CanoDraw for Windows User’s Guide: Software for Canonical Community Ordination (version 4.5). Microcomputer Power, Ithaca, New York. Terzi, M. 2011: Nomenclatural revision for the order Scorzonero-Chrysopogonetalia. Folia Geobotanica 46: 411-444. Terzi, M., Di Pietro, R. & D’Amico, F.S. 2010: Analisi delle Specie Indicatrici applicata alle comunita a Stipa austroitalica Martinovsky e relative problematiche sintassonomiche (Indicator Species Analysis applied to communities with Stipa austroitalica Martinovsky and relevant

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Dry Grassland Vegetation in the Transition Zone Between two Biogeographic Regions

uber die xerotherme Vegetation Mitteleuropas IV. Erlauterung zur vegetationkundlichen Karte des Lovoš (Lobosch).Beihefte zum Botanischen Centralblatt, Abt.B, 54(3): 489-515. Klika, J. 1939: Die Gesellschaften des Festucion vallesiacae-Verbandes in Mitteleuropa. Studia Botanica Čechica 2(3): 117-157. Kojić, M., Popović, R. & Karadžić, B. 1997: Vaskularne biljke Srbije kao indikatori staništa. Institut za istraživanja u poljoprivredi “Srbila” [Vascular plants of Serbia as indicator species for plant communities]. Institut za biološka

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Kohonen Artificial Neural Networks and the IndVal Index as Supplementary Tools for the Quantitative Analysis of Palaeoecological Data

. Long-term changes and recurrent patterns in fisheries landings from Large Marine Ecosystems (1950-2004). Fisheries Research 119-120: 1-12, DOI 10.1016/j.fishres.2011.12.002. Dufrêne M and Legendre P, 1997. Species assemblages and indicator species: The need for a flexible asymmetrical approach. Ecological Monographs 67: 345-366, DOI 10.1890/0012-9615(1997)067[0345:SAAIST]2.0.CO;2. Dzieduszyńska DA, Kittel P, Petera-Zganiacz J, Brooks SJ, Korzeń K, Krąpiec M, Pawłowski D, Płaza DK, Płóciennik M, Stachowicz-Rybka R and Twardy J, 2014

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New records of agaricoid fungi from Sverdlovsk Region, Russia

, 4(36): 79-109. [In Russian]. Kulikov P.V., Zolotareva N.V., Podg aevskaya E.N., 2013: Endemic plants of the Urals flora. - Ekaterinburg. [In Russian]. Lacheva M., 2015: Larger fungi - indicator species for xerothermic grasslands of protected area “sheephills” Thracian lowland (Bulgaria). - Trakia Journal of Sciences, 1: 12-17. Litvinskaya S.A. (ed.), 2017: Red Book of Krasnodar Territory: Plants and Fungi. - Krasnodar. [In Russian]. Malysheva V.F., Malysheva E.F., 2008: The higher basidiomycetes in

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Trends, over 14 years, in the ground cover on an unimproved western hill grazed by sheep, and associated trends in animal performance

growth: mid-June to end of August. The detailed information on surface cover was summarised under the following main headings: grass, sedge, moss and lichen, heather, ‘other forbs’ and ‘no vegetation’ (consisting of bare soil, boulder/rock/stone, standing water and faeces). Results for dominant plant species in each group were also summarised, including the frequency of ‘positive indicator species’ ( Perrin et al ., 2014 ) in the blanket bog and wet heath habitats. Vegetation identification and nomenclature followed Webb et al . (1996) . All vegetation species and

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