Putkilokasvit. Vascular Plants. Trachaeophyta

Terhi Ryttäri, Martina Reinikainen, Carl Adam Haeggström, Sirkka Hakalisto, Johanna Hallman, Tiina Kanerva, Pauliina Kulmala, Jussi Lampinen, Mikko Piirainen, Veli-Pekka Rautiainen, Tapio Rintanen, Outi Vainio

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Abstract

The threat assessment of vascular plants was carried out on 1,176 indigenous and archaeophyte taxa and on taxa that have been established in the country since before 1800. The nomenclature and taxonomy of vascular plants have recently gone through significant changes and we followed the nomenclature given by the Finnish Biodiversity Info Facility. A total of 212 taxa were classified as threatened (VU, EN or CR) and 145 as Near Threatened (NT). In addition, 13 taxa were classified as regionally Extinct (RE). Most of the red-listed vascular
plants live in species-rich traditional rural biotopes, including road verges and naturally open meadows (109 taxa, 29%), fells (71 taxa, 19%), shores (63 taxa, 17%) and forests (51 taxa, 14%). The primary threat factor to vascular plants is the overgrowing of meadows, shores and other open habitats (threat to 32% of the red-listed taxa). Forestry and the use of peatlands are a key threat to 21% of the taxa. In general, however, vascular plants are at risk of becoming endangered because of numerous overlapping factors. If the secondary threat factors are taken into account, construction is a threat to one out of three red-listed vascular plants and climate change to one out of four redlisted
vascular plants. Special attention was paid to the future of alpine plants in a changing climate: a forecastof climate change with three different scenarios (RCP2.6, RCP4.5 and RCP8.5) was carried out on 100 alpine plants. To identify the most sensitive taxa, in addition to basic climatic variables, certain topographic variables and species-specific characteristics such as dispersal ability, ecological demands and the generation length were taken into consideration.
Original languageFinnish
Title of host publicationSuomen lajien uhanalaisuus 2019 : The 2019 Red List of Finnish Species
EditorsEsko Hyvärinen, Aino Juslén, Eija Kemppainen, Annika Uddström, Ulla-Maija Liukko
Number of pages21
Place of PublicationHelsinki
PublisherMinistry of the Environment & Finnish Environment Institute
Publication date8 Mar 2019
Pages182-202
ISBN (Print)978-952-11-4973-3
ISBN (Electronic)978-952-11-4974-0
Publication statusPublished - 8 Mar 2019
MoE publication typeD2 Article in professional manuals or guides or professional information systems or text book material

Fields of Science

  • 1181 Ecology, evolutionary biology

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Ryttäri, T., Reinikainen, M., Haeggström, C. A., Hakalisto, S., Hallman, J., Kanerva, T., ... Vainio, O. (2019). Putkilokasvit. Vascular Plants. Trachaeophyta. In E. Hyvärinen, A. Juslén, E. Kemppainen, A. Uddström, & U-M. Liukko (Eds.), Suomen lajien uhanalaisuus 2019: The 2019 Red List of Finnish Species (pp. 182-202). Helsinki: Ministry of the Environment & Finnish Environment Institute.
Ryttäri, Terhi ; Reinikainen, Martina ; Haeggström, Carl Adam ; Hakalisto, Sirkka ; Hallman, Johanna ; Kanerva, Tiina ; Kulmala, Pauliina ; Lampinen, Jussi ; Piirainen, Mikko ; Rautiainen, Veli-Pekka ; Rintanen, Tapio ; Vainio, Outi. / Putkilokasvit. Vascular Plants. Trachaeophyta. Suomen lajien uhanalaisuus 2019: The 2019 Red List of Finnish Species. editor / Esko Hyvärinen ; Aino Juslén ; Eija Kemppainen ; Annika Uddström ; Ulla-Maija Liukko. Helsinki : Ministry of the Environment & Finnish Environment Institute, 2019. pp. 182-202
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Putkilokasvit. Vascular Plants. Trachaeophyta. / Ryttäri, Terhi; Reinikainen, Martina; Haeggström, Carl Adam; Hakalisto, Sirkka; Hallman, Johanna; Kanerva, Tiina; Kulmala, Pauliina; Lampinen, Jussi; Piirainen, Mikko; Rautiainen, Veli-Pekka; Rintanen, Tapio; Vainio, Outi.

Suomen lajien uhanalaisuus 2019: The 2019 Red List of Finnish Species. ed. / Esko Hyvärinen; Aino Juslén; Eija Kemppainen; Annika Uddström; Ulla-Maija Liukko. Helsinki : Ministry of the Environment & Finnish Environment Institute, 2019. p. 182-202.

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Ryttäri T, Reinikainen M, Haeggström CA, Hakalisto S, Hallman J, Kanerva T et al. Putkilokasvit. Vascular Plants. Trachaeophyta. In Hyvärinen E, Juslén A, Kemppainen E, Uddström A, Liukko U-M, editors, Suomen lajien uhanalaisuus 2019: The 2019 Red List of Finnish Species. Helsinki: Ministry of the Environment & Finnish Environment Institute. 2019. p. 182-202