Arborescens In Ancient Greece

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A. arborescens was recorded in low population densities at only one coastal site, in a salty pit located in the north central part of the island. It is found extensively in Greece, with a range from north to south regions of the mainland, while it is similarly widely dispersed along the Greek island complexes of the Ionian and Aegean Seas

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