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Distribution maps

The distribution maps available from this page were produced by members of the EUFORGEN Networks and other experts, based on existing bibliography and other information sources.

Individuals may use the distribution maps for personal, educational, scientific or other non-commercial purposes without prior permission from the EUFORGEN Secretariat but they must acknowledge EUFORGEN as the source of information.

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You can download the distribution maps in PDF, JPG or SHAPEFILE (in Lambert Azimuthal equal-area projection) formats. The maps are updated as soon as new information is available.

Latin name Common name PDF file JPG file Shapefile
Abies alba silver fir  PDF (385 KB)   JPG (353 KB)   ZIP (116 KB)
Acer campestre field maple  PDF (451 KB)  JPG (291 KB)   ZIP (93 KB)
Acer pseudoplatanus sycamore  PDF (407 KB)   JPG (309 KB)   ZIP (28 KB)
Alnus cordata Italian alder  PDF (178 KB)  JPG (177 KB)  ZIP (7 KB)
Alnus glutinosa black alder  PDF (522 KB)   JPG (1.0 MB)   ZIP (170 KB)
Betula pendula silver birch  PDF (519 KB)  JPG (322 KB)  ZIP (149 KB)
Castanea sativa chestnut  PDF (429 KB)  JPG (325 KB)  ZIP (89 KB)
Fagus orientalis oriental beech  PDF (263 KB)  JPG (252 KB)  ZIP (14 KB)
Fagus sylvatica beech  PDF (443 KB)  JPG (1.0 MB)  ZIP (182 KB)
Fraxinus excelsior common ash  PDF (526 KB)  JPG (302 KB)  ZIP (296 KB)
Larix decidua European larch  PDF (225 KB)  JPG (240 KB)  ZIP (11 KB)
Liquidambar orientalis oriental sweet gum  PDF (196 KB)  JPG (177 KB)  ZIP (6 KB)
Malus sylvestris wild apple  PDF (497 KB)  JPG (334 KB)  ZIP (152 KB)
Picea abies Norway spruce  PDF (533 KB)  JPG (311 KB)  ZIP (359 KB)
Pinus brutia Brutia pine  PDF (215 KB)  JPG (231 KB)  ZIP (31 KB)
Pinus cembra Swiss stone pine  PDF (206 KB)  JPG (205 KB)  ZIP (25 KB)
Pinus halepensis Aleppo pine  PDF (285 KB)  JPG (242 KB)  ZIP (242 KB)
Pinus leucodermis Bosnian pine PDF under revision ZIP
Pinus nigra black pine   PDF (374 KB)   JPG (110 KB)   ZIP (41 KB)
Pinus pinaster maritime pine   PDF (220 KB)   JPG (202 KB)   ZIP (28 KB)
Pinus pinea Italian stone pine   PDF (334 KB)  JPG (248 KB)   ZIP (34 KB)
Pinus sylvestris Scots pine  PDF (503 KB)  JPG (325 KB)  ZIP (168 KB)
Populus nigra black poplar  PDF (554 KB)   JPG (355 KB)  ZIP (114 KB)
Populus tremula Eurasian Aspen   PDF (496 KB)  JPG (889 KB)   ZIP (182 KB)
Prunus avium wild cherry  PDF (452 KB)   JPG (309 KB)   ZIP (101 KB)
Pyrus pyraster wild pear  PDF (413 KB)  JPG (314 KB)  ZIP (53 KB)
Quercus petraea sessile oak  PDF (451 KB)  JPG (313 KB)  ZIP (156 KB)
Quercus robur pedunculate oak  PDF (470 KB)  JPG (319 KB)  ZIP (199 KB)
Quercus suber cork oak  PDF (213 KB)  JPG (216 KB)  ZIP (53 KB)
Sorbus domestica service tree  PDF (420 KB)  JPG (328 KB)  ZIP (55 KB)
Sorbus torminalis wild service tree  PDF (430 KB)  JPG (298 KB)  ZIP (75 KB)
Tilia cordata lime  PDF (494 KB)   JPG (302 KB)   ZIP (123 KB)
Tilia platypyillos lime  PDF (402 KB)   JPG (275 KB)   ZIP (29 KB)
Ulmus laevis European white elm  PDF (459 KB)  JPG (319 KB)  ZIP (66 KB)

Acknowledgements

The following members of the EUFORGEN Networks and other experts have contributed to the development of the distribution maps:

Fazia Krouchi (Algeria), Hasmik Ghalachyan (Armenia), Thomas Geburek (Austria), Berthold Heinze (Austria), Rudi Litschauer (Austria), Rudolf Litschauer (Austria), Michael Mengl (Austria), Ferdinand Müller (Austria), Franz Starlinger (Austria), Valida Ali-zade (Azerbaijan), Vahid Djalal Hajiyev (Azerbaijan), Karen Cox (Belgium), Bart De Cuyper (Belgium), Olivier Desteucq (Belgium), Olivier Desteucq (Belgium), Patrick Mertens (Belgium), Jos Van Slycken (Belgium), An Vanden Broeck (Belgium), Kristine Vander Mijnsbrugge (Belgium), Jozef Vanslycken (Belgium), Dalibor Ballian (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Alexander H. Alexandrov (Bulgaria), Alexander Delkov (Bulgaria), Ivanova Denitsa Pandeva (Bulgaria), Peter Zhelev Stoyanov (Bulgaria), Joso Gracan (Croatia), Marilena Idzojtic (Croatia), Mladen Ivankovic (Croatia), Željka Ivanović (Croatia), Davorin Kajba (Croatia), Hrvoje Marjanovic (Croatia), Sanja Peric (Croatia), Andreas Christou (Cyprus), Xenophon Hadjikyriacou (Cyprus), Václav Buriánek (Czech Republic), Jan Chládek (Czech Republic), Josef Frýdl (Czech Republic), Petr Novotný (Czech Republic), Martin Slovacek (Czech Republic), Zdenek Špišek (Czech Republic), Karel Vancura (Czech Republic), Ulrik Bräuner (Denmark), Bjerne Ditlevsen (Denmark), Jon Kehlet Hansen (Denmark), Jan Svejgaard Jensen (Denmark), Kalev Jðgiste (Estonia), Tiit Maaten (Estonia), Raul Pihu (Estonia), Ülo Tamm (Estonia), Arvo Tullus (Estonia), Aivo Vares (Estonia), Teijo Nikkanen (Finland), Sanna Paanukoski (Finland), Mari Rusanen (Finland), Pekka Vakkari (Finland), Leena Yrjänä (Finland), Daniel Cambon (France), Eric Collin (France), Alexis Ducousso (France), Bruno Fady (France), François Lefèvre (France), Brigitte Musch (France), Sylvie Oddou-Muratorio (France) , Luc E. Pâques (France), Julien Saudubray (France), Marc Villar (France), Vlatko Andonovski (FYR Macedonia), Dragi Pop-Stojanov (FYR Macedonia), Merab Machavariani (Georgia), Irina Tvauri (Georgia), Alexander Urushadze (Georgia), Bernd Degen (Germany), Jochen Kleinschmit (Germany), Armin König (Germany), Armin König (Germany), Volker Schneck (Germany), Richard Stephan (Germany), H. H. Kausch-Blecken Von Schmeling (Germany), Georg von Wühlisch (Germany), Iris Wagner (Germany), Heino Wolf (Germany), Paraskevi Alizoti (Greece), Filippos Aravanopoulos (Greece), Andreas Drouzas (Greece), Despina Paitaridou (Greece), Aristotelis C. Papageorgiou (Greece), Kostas Thanos (Greece) , Sándor Bordács (Hungary), Csaba Mátyás (Hungary), László Nagy (Hungary), Thröstur Eysteinsson (Iceland), Adalsteinn Sigurgeirsson (Iceland), Halldór Sverrisson (Iceland), John Fennessy (Ireland), Ellen O'Connor (Ireland), Fulvio Ducci (Italy), Silvia Fineschi (Italy), Bartolomeo Schirone (Italy), Marco Cosimo Simeone (Italy), Giovanni Giuseppe Vendramin (Italy), Lorenzo Vietto (Italy), Janis Birgelis (Latvia), Virgilijus Baliuckas (Lithuania), Kestutis Cesnavicius (Lithuania), Darius Danusevicius (Lithuania), Valmantas Kundrotas (Lithuania), Alfas Pliûra (Lithuania), Darius Raudonius (Lithuania), Robert du Fays (Luxembourg), Myriam Heuertz (Luxembourg), Claude Parini (Luxembourg), Fred Trossen (Luxembourg), Frank Wolter (Luxembourg), Joseph Buhagiar (Malta), Eman Calleja (Malta), Ion Palancean (Moldova), Dragos Postolache (Moldova), Gheorghe Postolache (Moldova), Hassan Sbay (Morocco), Tor Myking (Norway), Tore Skrøppa (Norway), Anna Gugala (Poland), Jan Kowalczyk (Poland), Czeslaw Koziol (Poland), Jan Matras (Poland), Zbigniew Sobierajski (Poland), Maria Helena Almeida (Portugal), Filipe Costa e Silva (Portugal), Luís Reis (Portugal), Maria Carolina Varela (Portugal), Ioan Blada (Romania), Alexandru-Lucian Curtu (Romania), Lucian Dinca (Romania), Georgeta Mihai (Romania), Mihai Olaru (Romania), Gheorghe Parnuta (Romania), Natalia Demidova (Russian Federation), Mikhail V. Pridnya (Russian Federation), Andrey Prokazin (Russian Federation), Srdjan Bojovic (Serbia) , Vasilije Isajev (Serbia), Saša Orlovic (Serbia), Rudolf Bruchánik (Slovakia), Roman Longauer (Slovakia), Ladislav Paule (Slovakia), Gregor Bozič (Slovenia), Robert Brus (Slovenia), Katarina Celič (Slovenia), Hojka Kraigher (Slovenia), Andrej Verlič (Slovenia), Marjana Westergren (Slovenia), Ricardo Alía (Spain), Josefa Fernández-López (Spain), Luis Gil Sanchez (Spain), Pablo Gonzalez Goicoechea (Spain), Santiago C. González-Martínez (Spain), Sonia Martin Albertos (Spain), Eduardo Notivol Paino (Spain), María Arantxa Prada (Spain), Alvaro Soto de Viana (Spain), Lennart Ackzell (Sweden), Jonas Bergquist (Sweden), Sanna Black-Samuelsson (Sweden), Jonas Cedergren (Sweden), Gösta Eriksson (Sweden), Markus Bolliger (Switzerland), Felix Gugerli (Switzerland), Rolf Holderegger (Switzerland), Peter Rotach (Switzerland), Marcus Ulber (Switzerland), Sven M.G. de Vries (The Netherlands), Khouja Mohamed Larbi (Tunisia), Murat Alan (Turkey), Gaye Kandemir (Turkey), Gursel Karagöz (Turkey), Zeki Kaya (Turkey), Hasan Özer (Turkey), Hacer Semerci (Turkey), Ferit Toplu (Turkey), Mykola M. Vedmid (Ukraine), Roman T. Volosyanchuk (Ukraine), Stuart A'Hara (United Kingdom), Joan Cottrell (United Kingdom), Colin Edwards (United Kingdom), Michael Frankis (United Kingdom), Jason Hubert (United Kingdom), Karen Russell (United Kingdom), C.J.A. Samuel (United Kingdom).