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Author(s): Papp, B. & Erzberger, P.
Title: Contributions to the bryophyte flora of Western Stara Planina Mts (E Serbia)
Year: 2007
Publication date: 2007-11-30
Volume: 38
Pages: 95-123.

Abstract: During the bryophyte investigation carried out in July 2005 in Western Stara Planina Mts (E Serbia) altogether 322 bryophytes (62 liverworts and 260 mosses) were recorded. Among them 27 are reported for the first time in Serbia (Gymnocolea inflata, Gymnomitrion concinnatum, Jungermannia pumila, Marsupella emarginata, Radula lindenbergiana, Ricciagougetiana, Tritomaria exsecta, Bryum neodamense, Cynodontium gracilescens, C. strumiferum, Dicranum spadiceum, Encalypta microstoma, Grimmia elatior, G. torquata, G. unicolor, Hypnum cupressiforme var. subjulaceum, H. hamulosum, Lescuraea saxicola, Orthotrichum urnigerum, Paraleucobryum sauteri, Philonotis arnellii, Pohlia bulbifera, P. longicolla, P. nutans var. schimperi, Racomitrium lanuginosum, Schistidium papillosum, Timmia bavarica); one species (Cynodontium tenellum) collected on the Bulgarian side of Midzor peak is new record for Bulgaria. 7 species from the Western Stara Planina Mts are included in the Red data book of European bryophytes (ECCB 1995), i.e. Brachythecium geheebii, Bryum neodamense, Encalypta microstoma, Grimmia caespiticia, Lophozia ascendens, Paraleucobryum sauteri, Pseudoleskea saviana. All of these but the last one (being in the regionally threatened (RT) category) are rare (R). Furthermore, 12 liverwort and 34 moss species are of national conservation and protection interest in Serbia or Bulgaria.
Keywords: Bulgaria, Serbia, bryophyte flora, new and redlisted species, Western Stara Planina Mts
Subject: botany

Journal: Studia botanica hungarica
Journal abbreviation: Studia bot. hung.
ISSN: 0301-7001
Publisher: Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest
Editor(s): Papp, B. & Matskási, I.