The botanical journal DUMORTIERA publishes articles – in English, Dutch or French – on the flora and vegetation of Belgium and adjacent areas: vascular plants, bryophytes, lichens, algae and fungi. Themes that can be discussed include the changes in the indigenous and non-indigenous flora, revisions of ‘difficult’ or overlooked groups, keys as additions to Flora van België / Nouvelle Flore de la Belgique, results of field surveys, short communications, etc. Each manuscript is refereed before publication.

Editorial board: Ivan Hoste (editor), Quentin Groom, Philippe Martin, Geert Raeymaekers,
Benoît Toussaint, Leo Vanhecke, Wouter Van Landuyt, Fabienne Van Rossum & Filip Verloove

For more information and submission of manuscripts:


Dumortiera 118


Dumortiera 118 (PDF)

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DUMORTIERA is published by Botanic Garden Meise and the Royal Botanical Society of Belgium.

Contact for information about or to order back issues in printed form (Dumortiera 1–100, 1975–2012).

Numerous articles on non-indigenous plant species can be consulted in the bibliography of the website of the Manual of the alien plants of Belgium:

Contents Dumortiera 1–100 (1975–2012) (pdf)

Authors are expected to strictly follow the guidelines for authors [pdf]

In the future, the complete contents of Dumortiera 1–100 will be available on the internet.


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