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Author(s): Bakalár, S., Orbán, S., Pócs, T., Suba, J. & Vajda, L.
Title: Adatok a Tarnavidék mohaflórájához
Title: Daten zur Moosflora des Tarna-Gebiets
Year: 1975
Volume: 10
Pages: 111-114.

Abstract: The authors give an account of the bryophytes living on the vertical roadcut surface in an acidiphilous beech forest (at 350 m altitude) on the Ózd Hills, North of Mátra Mountains, NE Hungary. Sphagnum compactum DC. var. squarrosum Warnst., Sphagnum palustre L. and Sphagnum subtile (Russ.) Warnst. form small cushions on the sandy ground, while the endosed surface is covered by an acidiphilous community rich in other species rare in Hungary, as Riccardia palmata (Hedw.) Carr., Nardia scalaris (Schrad.) Gray, Nardia geoscypha (De Not.) Lindb., Calypogeia mülleriana (Schiffn.) K. Müll. Calypogeia meylanii Buch is new for the Hungarian bryoflora. Gyroweisia tenuis Schimp. occurs on the surface of glauconite sandstone rocks, in shady gullies.
Subject: botany

Journal: Studia botanica hungarica
Journal abbreviation: Studia bot. hung.
ISSN: 0301-7001
Publisher: Népművelési Propaganda Iroda, Budapest
Editor(s): Fekete, G. & Nemes, I.