This is the first checklist of Spermatophyta and invasive plants in Wanda Mountains, including native species and invasive species a total of 97 families 355 genera 716 species and infraspecific taxa are listed. There are 95 families, 329 genera, and 669 species and infraspecific taxa of native plants; 19 families, 37 genera, and 47 species of invasive plants. The resource data includes not only the taxa information but also the record notes.
The data in this checklist resource has been published as a Darwin Core Archive (DwC-A), which is a standardized format for sharing biodiversity data as a set of one or more data tables. The core data table contains 691 records.
This IPT archives the data and thus serves as the data repository. The data and resource metadata are available for download in the downloads section. The versions table lists other versions of the resource that have been made publicly available and allows tracking changes made to the resource over time.
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Wang H (2022): Spermatophyta and invasive plants in Wanda Mountains, Heilongjiang Province, China. v1.5. Northeast Forestry University. Dataset/Checklist. https://ipt.taibif.tw/resource?r=checklist_wanda&v=1.5
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Wanda Mountains, one of the main mountainous regions in the east of Heilongjiang Province, is facing Russia across the Ussuri River (latitude 44°51′13″ to 47°10′30″ North, longitude 129°30′20″ to 134°10′10″ East), with a total area of 4486,000 hm2
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [43.421, 128.672], North East [47.606, 134.297]|
Checklist of Wanda Mountain
|Title||Natural Science Foundation of Heilongjiang Province of China C2018004；BIFA5_031|
|Funding||Natural Science Foundation of Heilongjiang Province of China C2018004；BIFA5_031|
The personnel involved in the project:
From 2018 to 2020, we set 25 line transect and 420 quadrats, 60 for arborous plants (25 m × 25 m), 120 for shrub plants (5 m × 5 m), and 240 for herbaceous plants (1 m × 1 m) in Wanda Mountains while undertaking the project “The risk of invasive plants in Heilongjiang Province.” All species, both in quadrats and line transect, have been recorded.
|Study Extent||Wanda Mountains is located in the southeast of Heilongjiang Province, China, and the central vein runs from the northeast to the southwest. Wanda Mountains is one of the significant mountains of eastern Heilongjiang Province. The data presented in this checklist come from specimen records, field surveys, and local floras. We do not find any records in GBIF but 1767 records in NSII.|
Method step description:
- Local floras we used include "Flora Heilongjiangensis" (Zhou 2003), "Ligneous Flora of Heilongjiang" (Zhou 1986), "Flora Plantarum Medicinalium Chinae Boreali-Orientalis" (Liou 1959), "Flora Plantarum Herbacearum Chinae Boreali–Orientalis" (Liou 2004), "Atlas of Northeast Plant Distribution" (Cao et al. 2018). We referred "The Survey Reports on Chinese Alien Invasive Plants" to discriminate invasive alien plants (Ma 2014). We determined the scientific name in original data by reference to the accept name in the TPL database (The Plant List 2013), and the distribution area information referred to the Species 2000 database (Species 2000 China The Biodiversity Committee of Chinese Academy of Sciences 2020). At last, we used Christenhusz system (Christenhusz et al. 2010) for gymnosperms and APGIV system (The Angiosperm Phylogeny Group 2016) for angiosperms, in order to unify the classification system.