Distribution maps

Here, a selection of historical drawings, photos and distribution maps is shown

The distribution maps are custom-made. The maps for Germany are mainly based on data from the Bundesamt für Naturschutz (BfN) und Netzwerk Phytodiversität Deutschland (NetPhyD) (2013. The european maps are mainly based on data from the Euro+Med-database (Euro+Med 2006).


Alpine Plants


Legend for the German distribution maps

 native established populations
 cultivated, adventive or casual populations

Colour-intensity reflects species frequency.

Data derived from Netzwerk Phytodiversität Deutschland & Bundesamt für Naturschutz (2013)(www.floraweb.de).

European distribution maps

Legend for the European distribution maps

The colours represent the floristic status of the species in the respective region. Green indicates native occurrences, light green naturalized occurrences. Adventive occurrences are represented by light yellow shades and plants that are cultivated (but rarely occur in the wild) are dark yellow. Grey colours are used, if the floristic status of species is unknown or uncertain.