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Wang S (2022): Spermatophyta_and_invasive_alien_plants_of_Wanda_Mountains_in_China_a_first_checklist. v1.1. Northeast Forestry University. Dataset/Checklist. https://ipt.taibif.tw/resource?r=the_first_checklist_of_wanda_mountains1&v=1.1
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Wanda Mountains; checklist; invasive; Northeast China; Wanda Mountains; checklist; invasive; Northeast China
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Located in the east of Heilongjiang Province in Northeast Chia, Wanda Mountains is a northern extension of the Changbai Mountains, which is one of the main mountains in the east of Heilongjiang Province. Coordinates: 44°51′13″ and 47°10′30″ Latitude; 129°30′20″ and 134°10′10″ Longitude. 44.853611111111114,47.175,129.50555555555556,134.16944444444445
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [44.854, 129.506], North East [47.175, 134.169]|
This first checklist of spermatophyta and invasive alien plants of Wanda Mountains contains a total of 716 species and infraspecific taxa (7 gymnosperm and 709 angiosperm) belonging to 335 genera (4 gymnosperm and 331 angiosperm) and 97 families (1 gymnosperm and 96 angiosperm) which we represent by family level here.
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|Title||Natural Science Foundation of Heilongjiang Province of China C2018004;|
|Funding||Natural Science Foundation of Heilongjiang Province of China C2018004; The Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Grant No. XDA19050404; Cleaning and digitizing plant specimen records from Heilongjiang Province, the project BIFA5_031|
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The data presented in this checklist come from specimen records, local floras, and field surveys. We did not find any records in GBIF but 1767 records in NSII. In order to fully understand the plant species diversity in Wanda Mountains, transect lines and quadrats were set up in this area from 2018 to 2020. During the setting of transect and quadrat, we carefully considered the differences of species distribution in different altitudes, precipitation, vegetation, habitats and human disturbance areas, and finally determined 25 transects (about 250km in total) and 420 quadrats to cover all the above areas. Among the 420 quadrats, there are 60 for arborous plants (25m × 25m), 120 for shrub plants (5m × 5m), and 240 for herbaceous plants (1m × 1m). All species, both in quadrats and transect lines, have been recorded.
|Study Extent||From 2018 to 2020, we surveyed the forest-covered region of the Wanda Mountains, with an area over 12,000 km2, including 12 administrative districts.|
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- 1. Obtain the preliminary checklist through published materials, specimen records as well as field survey; 2. Correct the taxonomic status and scientific names to get the final checklist; 3. Sort and identify the data based on published documents such as local floras and reports on invasive alien plants as well as specimen records.