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Characteristics of atypical Huperzia selago subsp. arctica habitats to the south of distribution area

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Two localities for Huperzia selago subsp. arctica are recorded from Lithuania, to the south of its known distribution area. The habitats of this subspecies are cutover peatlands whose natural vegetation was disturbed 6-8 years ago during peat exploitation. One of the dominant species of latest vegetation cover is the invasive bryophyte Campylopus introflexus. Characteristics of the habitats of H. selago subsp. arctica and the frequency of this taxon in populations were analysed.
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p.87-92,fig.,ref.
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  • Nature Research Centre, Institute of Botany, Zakiuju Ezeru 49, 08406 Vilnius, Lithuania , Jukoniene
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