Conservation status of a plant family with high endemism, the Primulaceae, in China

Yun-Hao Bai, Si-Yi Zhang, Yanpei Guo & Zhiyao Tang
Primroses, ca 1000 species from the family Primulaceae, are mostly distributed in high mountains and attract people's attention with their high ornamental value. However, they are increasingly threatened by human activities and climate change in recent decades. China harbors more than half of global primrose species, most of which are endemic. To strengthen studies on their conservation, we established a distribution database for primroses in China, including 12 genera and 535 speceies. Based on this...
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