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Poznámky k současnému rozšíření Veronica agrestis v České republice

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Title in English Notes on the recent distribution of Veronica agrestis in the Czech Republic


Year of publication 2007
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Zprávy České botanické společnosti
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Science

Field Botany
Keywords agricultural intensification; endangered weed; root crops; Scrophulariaceae
Description Thirty six new localities of Veronica agrestis, a strongly threatened weed taxon, are reported from the Czech Republic based on a field research conducted in 2005 to 2006. Some of the findings represent new records of this species in six phytogeographical regions of the Czech Republic. Literature revision broadened further the range of its known localities. The new records originate primarily from highlands. Veronica agrestis occurs as a weed both in cereals and root crops, without a preference for any specific weed community. The species has become rare due to the intensification of agricultural management. It is also partially overlooked by botanists in the field.
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