Rubus lindebergii (Rosaceae) – new species for the flora of Poland

  title={Rubus lindebergii (Rosaceae) – new species for the flora of Poland},
  author={Tomasz Maliński and Jerzy Zieliński and Piotr Kosiński},
Rubus lindebergii P. J. Müll. (Rubus sect. Rubus, ser. Discolores), widely distributed in northwestern Europe, is recorded for the first time from northwestern Poland. Its locality is separated from the closest stands of this species in northern Germany by a distance of about 200 km. The species has been observed mainly in moderately fertile habitats of fresh mixed broadleaf forests, usually in fairly sunny places, along forest margins, by forest roads, in clearings, and in wayside thickets… 
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