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Nález ostřice Davallovy (Carex davalliana) v Lubenském lese na Litomyšlsku a poznámky k vegetaci nové lokality a jejího okolí

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Title in English Record of Carex davalliana in the Lubenský les Forest (Litomyšl region, Eastern Bohemia) and notes on vegetation of new locality and its surrounding


Year of publication 2015
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Východočeský sborník přírodovědný. Práce a studie.
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Faculty of Science

Field Botany
Keywords Eastern Bohemia; littoral vegetation; phytosociology; Piceo abietis-Alnetum glutinosae; plant recording; rich fens; Sphagno warnstorfii-Tomentypnion nitentis; vegetation history
Description A new locality of Carex davalliana, strongly endangered Cyperaceae species of mineral rich fens, was discovered in the Lubenský les Forest in the Litomyšl region (Eastern Bohemia, Czech Republic). Carex davalliana grows there in littoral zone of the recently constructed forest pond in rich fen vegetation which can be classified to the alliance Sphagno warnstorfii-Tomentypnion nitentis. Vegetation of the pond and its surroundings is described in the paper. Vegetation dominated by Scirpus sylvaticus (association Scirpetum sylvatici) and Carex rostrata (association Equiseto fluviatilis-Caricetum rostratae) is typical for the littoral zone of the pond. Forest vegetation around the pond includes mainly wet spruce forests (association Equiseto sylvatici-Piceetum abietis), black alder forests with spruce (association Piceo abietis-Alnetum glutinosae) and mesotrophic species rich beech forests (association Galio odorati-Fagetum sylvaticae).
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