The present volume treating the Western Rhodope Mountains, contains 40 papers by 71 authors. It starts with a geographical outline. It includes general reviews of the Mycota (1,763 species of fungi), mosses (364 species) and algae (1,257 species, varieties and forms) of the entire Rhodopes. One paper each concerns the higher flora and the arboreal diversity of the Western Rhodopes.
Exploring the 13,000 species of unspoiled wildlife in this remote region of the Atlantic Ocean. The series addresses the processes of colonization and evolution and little-known aspects of the strategies between animals and plants not found anywhere else in the world.