Studia botanica hungarica

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Author(s): Csontos, P.
Title: Phytosociological description of a hilly country stand of Impatiens parviflora DC
Year: 1986
Volume: 19
Pages: 115-118.

Abstract: A stand of Impatiens parviflora, an adventive plant in Europe, was studied at Vadálló-rocks, Pilis Mts., Hungary. The stand is situated mostly at the ecotone of a Querco petraeae-Carpinetum pannonicum and a Mercuriali-Tilietum forest. With the shrinking of the well-developed geophyte aspect (mainly Corydalis cava and solida). Impatiens becomes dominant and remains so during the whole summer until fall. The main reason for its success in colonization is that the natural vegetation leaves a suitable habitat open and accessible for I. parviflora in time and space.
Subject: botany

Journal: Studia botanica hungarica
Journal abbreviation: Studia bot. hung.
ISSN: 0301-7001
Publisher: Múzsák Közművelődési Kiadó, Budapest
Editor(s): Hably, L. & Nemes, I.