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Preliminary studies on possibility of using the herbarium specimens of mosses in the assessment of heavy metal pollution in Katowice (Silesian Upland, Poland)
Abstract The paper presents the preliminary results of using the herbarium specimens of selected mosses (Brachythecium rutabulum (Hedw.) Schimp., B. salebrosum (F.Weber & D.Mohr) Schimp. and HypnumExpand
Changes in the Epiphytic Bryophyte Flora in Katowice City (Poland)
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The analysis of the preference of epiphytes towards inhabited phorophytes reveals that the most commonly and abundantly inhabited species were poplar and willow trees, which show higher pH values of bark. Expand
REVISION OF NYMPHAEA CANDIDA RANGE - NEW DATA ON THE DISTRIBUTION AND HABITAT PREFERENCES OF THE SPECIES IN SOUTHERN POLAND
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Results of geobotanical and taxonomic studies on the distribution and habitat requirements of Nymphaea candida in southern Poland suggest, that the species should be regarded as a least concern (LC) taxon. Expand
DNA barcoding, ecology and geography of the cryptic species of Aneura pinguis and their relationships with Aneura maxima and Aneura mirabilis (Metzgeriales, Marchantiophyta)
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All cryptic species of A. pinguis clearly differed in their habitat preferences, which suggests that habitat adaptation could be the main driving force behind cryptic speciation within this taxon. Expand
New national and regional bryophyte records, 44
Syntrichia norvegica is a circumpolar arctic- montane species (Smith, 2004), rare at lower altitudes and in southern Europe (Frey et al., 2006). It is known from several south-eastern EuropeanExpand
Central European medicinal bryophytes in the 16th-century work by Caspar Schwenckfeld, and their ethnopharmacological origin.
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Central European pharmacy about the year 1600 was familiar with the following bryophytes: Marchantia polymorpha L., Polytrichum commune Hedw. Expand
The Diversity of Moss Flora of Katowice Town (S Poland)
Abstract The results of bryological studies that were conducted on the territory of Katowice are presented. Katowice is the largest town in the main Polish industrial region (Silesia Province). TheExpand
New national and regional bryophyte records, 11
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While the holotype could potentially exist in Meylan’s herbarium in Lausanne (LAU), the name of Isothecium marocanum is not lectotypify, but the following synonymy is made: Scorpiurium deflexifolium (Solms) M.Fleisch. Expand
New national and regional bryophyte records, 14
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Molecular phylogeny of Hypnobryalean mosses as inferred from a large-scale dataset of chloroplast rbcL, with special reference to the Hypnaceae and possibly related families. Expand
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