The Succession, Habitat Affinity, and Life-forms of Epiphytic Bryophytes in the Turkish Oak (Quercus cerris) Forests on Mount Musa

@article{Ezer2009TheSH,
  title={The Succession, Habitat Affinity, and Life-forms of Epiphytic Bryophytes in the Turkish Oak (Quercus cerris) Forests on Mount Musa},
  author={T. Ezer and R. Kara and A. D{\"u}zenl{\'i}},
  journal={Ekoloji},
  year={2009},
  volume={18},
  pages={8-15}
}
We studied the epiphytic bryophytes in the deciduous Quercus cerris forests on Mount Musa in the southern part of the Amanos Mountain Range. An Index of Ecological Significance (IES) was used to evaluate the ecological importance of the species in the epiphytic habitats. In a total of 94 quadrats, 4 dm2 each, we observed 25 species of bryophytes (6 liverworts, 19 mosses) in six different life-forms. Species affinity for the epiphytic habitat and their life-forms were evaluated along a gradient… Expand
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