List of The Vascular Plants in The Red Data Book of Russia

List Of The Vascular Plants In The Red Data Book Of Russia

This is a complete and as of 2009 up-to-date list of vascular plants listed in the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation and protected in Russia at the federal level.

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