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Publisher: Altai State University
Journal: Turczaninowia
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects:
For several plant families, we record some species new for Mongolia, and for several others new localities are documented broadening knowledge about distribution areas. The material was collected during a joint Mongolian-German-Russian botanical expedition in summer 2013. The vouchers are deposited in ALTB, OSBU, UBU and in Khovd Herbarium.
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    • Depression of Great Lakes: Khovd Aimag: Manhan Sum, western flank of Jargalant Mt. Chain, 65 km SE of Khovd, 40 km NNE of Manhan, 47°44'31,5” N, 92°25'55,8'' E, 1970-2700 m, 12. 07. 2013 (OSBU 23008).
    • Dzungarian Gobi: Khovd Aimag, Bulgan Sum, Dzungarian Gobi, 105 km SW of Bulgan, BaytagBogd, border area to China, at arm of the river Budiin Chargaytin Gol, 45°15'00,4” N, 90°56'08,1” E, 2143 m, 07. 07. 2013 (OSBU 22829).
    • Dzungarian Gobi: Khovd Aimag, Baytag-Bogd, basin of the river Baruuk Chargaytin Gol valley left tributary originating in the mountain Altan Obo, 45°15'005” N, 90°56'195” E, 2132 m, 05. 07. 2013 (ALTB); Khovd Aimag, Baytag-Bogd, basin of the river Baruuk Chargaytin Gol valley left tributary originating in the mountain Altan Obo, 45°13'320” N, 90°55'221” E, 2500-2600 m, 07. 07. 2013 (ALTB).
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