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Milberg, P. and Hansson, M. L. 1994. Soil seed bank and species turnover in a limestone grassland. J. Veg. Sci. 5: 35–42. Hansson M. L. Soil seed bank and species turnover in a

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271 318 Van der Maarel, E. and M. T. Syke. 1993. Small-scale plant species turnover in a limestone grassland: the carousel model and some comments on the niche concept. J. Veg

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136 Scheu, S. and M. Schaefer. 1998. Bottom-up control of the soil macrofauna community in a beechwood on limestone: Manipulation of food resources. Ecology 79: 1573

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394 Köhler, B., A. Gigon, P. Edwards, B. Krüsi, R. Langenauer, A. Lüscher and P. Ryser. 2005. Changes in the species composition and conservation value of limestone grasslands in Northern

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Scheu, S. and Poser, G. 1996. The soil macrofauna (Diplopoda, Isopoda, Lumbricidae and Chilopoda) near tree trunks in a beechwood on limestone: indications for stemflow induced changes in community structure. Appl. Soil Ecol. 3: 115

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plants on seedling establishment in limestone grassland . – J. Veg. Sci. 4 ( 2 ): 195 – 202 . https://doi.org/10.2307/3236105 Sackville Hamilton , N. R. ( 2001 ): Is

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, Wien . Mori N. and A. Brancelj . 2006 . Macroinvertebrate communities of karst springs of two river catchments in the Southern Limestone Alps (the

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Hutter, M. 2010 Consistency of feature Markov processes. arXiv:1007.2075v1 Van der Maarel, E. and Sykes, M. T. 1993. Small-scale plant species turnover in a limestone grassland: the carousel model and some comments

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Fekete, G., Tölgyesi, Gy. & Horánszky, A. (1989): Dolomite versus limestone habitats: a study of ionic accumulation on a broader floristic basis. - Flora 183 : 337-348. Dolomite versus limestone habitats: a study of ionic

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Acta Botanica Hungarica
Authors: S. Y. Kondratyuk, L. Lőkös, S.-O. Oh, T. O. Kondratiuk, I. Yu. Parnikoza, and J.-S. Hur

becoming convex and Biatora-like in overmature state, in having shorter ascospores, and in having wider septum. Type: Republic of Korea, Kangwon-do, Jeongseon-gun, Jeongseon-eup, Aesan-ri, Jeongseon church, on limestone, growing together with Psora sp

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