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Mechorosty doubrav národního parku Podyjí na příkladu lokality Lipina

Title in English Bryophytes of oak forests of Podyjí NP by example of Lipina site


Year of publication 2016
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Bryonora
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Science

Field Botany
Keywords bryophytes; acidophilous oak forest; Frullania inflata; natural forest; Ulota hutchinsiae
Description Lipina (4.59 ha) is an acidophilus natural oak forest belonging to the most protected 'first zone' of the Podyjí National Park. Despite the fact that the park is rather well explored, its species-poor forests were never the centre of bryological interest. Sixty species of bryophytes were recorded (49 mosses and 11 liverworts) during a survey in 2015. Despite expectations, not only common, but also some rare species were discovered. Four taxa are listed on the Red list of bryophytes of the Czech Republic – Frullania inflata (EN), Ulota hutchinsiae (EN), Buxbaumia aphylla (LR-nt) and Dicranum viride (LR-nt). The record of Frullania inflata is the first discovery of this species in the Podyjí National Park.
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