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Henrik Balslev

On the distribution of Rostkovia magellanica (Juncaceae) - a species newly rediscovered in Ecuador

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On the distribution of Rostkovia magellanica (Juncaceae) - a species newly rediscovered in Ecuador. / Balslev, Henrik.

I: Brittonia, Bind 31, 1979, s. 243-247.

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title = "On the distribution of Rostkovia magellanica (Juncaceae) - a species newly rediscovered in Ecuador",
abstract = "Rostkovia magellanica has hitherto been considered a species of Patagonia and the subantarctic islands from New Zealand to South Georgia. An old report from Ecuador has been considered erroneous, but it has now been rediscovered there. Brief notes on the ecology of the species are given, and the possible origin of its distribution is discussed. Long-distance dispersal by birds is suggested as having caused the disjunct distribution on mainland South America.",
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doi = "10.2307/2806180",
language = "English",
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T1 - On the distribution of Rostkovia magellanica (Juncaceae) - a species newly rediscovered in Ecuador

AU - Balslev, Henrik

PY - 1979

Y1 - 1979

N2 - Rostkovia magellanica has hitherto been considered a species of Patagonia and the subantarctic islands from New Zealand to South Georgia. An old report from Ecuador has been considered erroneous, but it has now been rediscovered there. Brief notes on the ecology of the species are given, and the possible origin of its distribution is discussed. Long-distance dispersal by birds is suggested as having caused the disjunct distribution on mainland South America.

AB - Rostkovia magellanica has hitherto been considered a species of Patagonia and the subantarctic islands from New Zealand to South Georgia. An old report from Ecuador has been considered erroneous, but it has now been rediscovered there. Brief notes on the ecology of the species are given, and the possible origin of its distribution is discussed. Long-distance dispersal by birds is suggested as having caused the disjunct distribution on mainland South America.

U2 - 10.2307/2806180

DO - 10.2307/2806180

M3 - Journal article

VL - 31

SP - 243

EP - 247

JO - Brittonia

JF - Brittonia

SN - 0007-196X

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