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METZGERIA VIOLACEA (MARCHANTIOPSIDA, METZGERIACEAE) IN THE POLISH CARPATHIANS

@article{Armata2009METZGERIAV,
  title={METZGERIA VIOLACEA (MARCHANTIOPSIDA, METZGERIACEAE) IN THE POLISH CARPATHIANS},
  author={L. Armata},
  journal={Polish Botanical Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={54}
}
  • L. Armata
  • Published 2009
  • Geography
  • Polish Botanical Journal
Metzgeria violacea (Ach.) Dumort. is one of the rarest and most threatened epiphytes in many European countries. Its Carpathian localities are situated at the southeastern distributional limit of the European range. Until recently this liverwort was regarded as extinct in the Polish Carpathians. Here a newly discovered locality is presented and the ecology, distribution and conservation status of the species are discussed. 
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