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Adaptations of morphology, anatomy and phytochemical composition of leaves of Stratiotes aloides L. emergent forms

organs and inflorescence of Stratiotes aloides L. ( Hydrocharitaceae ), Inland Water Biol. 9(1): 27–38. Efremov A.N., Sviridenko B.F., 2008, The ecobiomorph of water soldier Stratiotes aloides L. ( Hydrocharitaceae ) in the west Siberian part of its range, Inland Water Biol. 1(3): 225–230. Ferrat L., Pergent-Martini C., Roméo M., 2003, Assessment of the use of biomarkers in aquatic plants for the evaluation of environmental quality: application to seagrasses, Aquat. Toxicol. 65: 187–204. [FSRH] Federal Service of Russia for Hydrometeorology and

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Has Aeshna viridis EVERSMANN, 1836 (Odonata: Aeshnidae) really disappeared from southern Poland (East-Central Europe)?

HARTOG C. 1996. Possible causes for the decline of the water soldier (Stratiotes aloides L.) in the Netherlands. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 136(3): 327-342. ST. QUENTIN D. 1944. Die Libellenfauna Dalmatiens. Verhandlungen der Zoologisch-Botanischen Gesellschaft in Wien 90/91: 66-76. SUHONEN J., SUUTARI E., KAUNISTO K.M., KRAMS I. 2013. Patch area of macrophyte Stratiotes aloides as a critical resource for declining dragonfly Aeshna viridis. Journal of Insect Conservation 17(2): 393-398. SUUTARI E., RANTALA M.J., SALMELA J

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