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Author(s): Németh, Cs. & Erzberger, P.
Title: Anacamptodon splachnoides (Amblystegiaceae): Hungarian populations of a moss species with a peculiar habitat
Year: 2015
Volume: 46
Pages: 61-75.


Abstract: Twenty-seven colonies of Anacamptodon splachnoides, a rare and endangered species throughout its distributional range, and protected by law in Hungary, were discovered in the Transdanubian Mountain Range, Balaton Uplands, Vértes and Gerecse Mts, as well as in the North Hungarian Mountains, Börzsöny Mts. They grow in decaying hollows of Quercus cerris filled with rain water (dendrotelma) or in wet holes without standing water. The sites are enumerated, the size of populations is estimated, and distribution maps, illustrations and a short description of the species are provided.
Keywords: Anacamptodon splachnoides, dendrotelma, knot-hole moss, Quercus cerris, wet tree cavity

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