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5 November, 02:18

How many plant species are in the California Floristic Province?

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  1. 5 November, 03:38
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    He California Floristic Province (CFP) is a floristic province with a Mediterranean climate located on the Pacific Coast of North America with a distinctive flora similar to other regions with a winter rainfall and summer drought climate like the Mediterranean Basin. This biodiversity hotspot is known for being the home of the Sierran giant sequoia tree and its close relative the coast redwood.[1] In 1996, the Province was designated as a biodiversity hotspot allowing it to join ranks among 33 other areas in the world with rich and threatened endemic species. To be named a biodiversity hotspot, an area has to contain species and plant life that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The California Floristic Province is home to over 3,500 different species of plants, 61% of which are endemic to the province.
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