A new locality of lycopodiella inundata (Lycopodiaceae) against a background of it occurrence in the Podlasie province (NE Poland) [Nowe stanowisko Lycopodiella inundata (Lycopodiaceae) na tle jego rozmieszczenia w woj. podlaskim]
Jarzombkowski F.,Zaklad Ochrony Przyrody i Krajobrazu Wiejskiego |
Gutowska E.,Zaklad Ochrony Przyrody i Krajobrazu Wiejskiego |
Kotowska K.,Zaklad Ochrony Przyrody i Krajobrazu Wiejskiego |
Wolkowycki D.,Bialystok Technical University
Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica Polonica | Year: 2015
Lycopodiella inundata (L.) Hołub has been recorded in the Podlasie province in 10 scattered localities. Recently, existence of only three populations has been confirmed (in Pojezierze Wschodniosuwalskie, Wzgórza Sokólskie and Równina Bielska) and four populations have been recognized as extinct. A newfound population near the village of Czechy Orlańskie is quite small and occurs only at the banks of the fire fighting reservoir. In the stand and its vicinity expansive and invasive species (including juvenile trees) have been noticed. Extensive use of the habitat can probably help to protect the L. inundata population in the future.
Localities of rare and endangered vascular plant species of open habitats in northern and central Mazovian Lowland [Stanowiska rzadkich i zagrożonych gatunków ros̈lin naczyniowych terenów otwartych północnej i s̈rodkowej częs̈ci Niziny Mazowieckiej]
Dembicz I.,University of Warsaw |
Kozub L.,University of Warsaw |
Brzezinska K.,Zaklad Ochrony Przyrody i Krajobrazu Wiejskiego |
Zaniewski P.,Samodzielny Zaklad Botaniki Lesnej |
And 2 more authors.
Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica Polonica | Year: 2014
The paper contains data on localities of 124 rare and threatened species of vascular plants, which have been found between 2010 and 2012 in open habitats in northern and central Mazovian Lowland. There are 120 species listed on regional "red lists" of neighboring areas. Moreover 30 species are also included on national "red list" and one within the Polish "red book" of vascular plants. Wetland and wet meadow species proved to be the group with most underestimated occurrence. Worth mentioning are two localities of Ostericum palustre, a species from the Polish "red book" and listed as a species protected within EU habitat directive. The presented localities of these rare species are important for better recognition of the flora of this little explored area. Obtained results increase knowledge on phytogeography and distribution of particular species. However they are most important as a base for designing a strategy for nature conservation within the studied area which proved to be much more valuable in terms of flora than previously thought.