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Dylan O. Burge and Carl F. Salk Climatic niche shifts in the serpentine soil flora of California Journal of Vegetation Science 25

Version of Record online: 16 DEC 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/jvs.12144

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It has long been observed that unusual, infertile soils have a profound influence on the climatic niche of some plant species. Evidence from an analysis of herbarium data for serpentine-generalist plant species occurring in the state of California suggests that plant populations on serpentine occur at lower elevations—and at more moderate temperatures—than populations from non-serpentine soils.

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