Rare aboriginal plant species as new species in megalopolis

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Problem of rare species surviving in the territories with intensive human impact especially in megalopolis area and problem of invasions are very actual. Saint-Petersburg – one of the biggest cities in Europe – has highly dynamical flora that has lost and losing some forest, swamp and seashore species and has acquired and acquiring plant species. Centaurium erythraea and Tripolium vulgare inhabiting biotopes connected with seashore grew in the past on the territory of St. Petersburg but disappeared, they are include in Red Data Book of neighboring Leningrad region. Our inventory of flora and vegetation on the territory of Toyota Motor factory on the south suburb of St. Petersburg that is not near the seashore has shown that these 2 species grow in 2 patches on bulk soil with wild
lawn. Centaurium erythraea grows in low-herbs meadows with different grass cover, some but not all of these plant communities are mowed sometimes. Tripolium vulgare is met in wet meadows and swamp communities that are never mowed. There are plant communities with high abundance of C. erythraea or T. vulgare. These species were not planted on the lawn. Seems their seeds reached this place with bulk soil. May be it can turn out a model for forming artificial populations of rare species.
Язык оригиналаанглийский
Название основной публикации10th international conference on biodiversity research
Подзаголовок основной публикацииBook of abstracts
Место публикацииDaugavpils
ИздательDAUGAVPILS UNIVERSITĀTES AKADĒMISKAIS APGĀDS SAULE
Страницы35
ISBN (печатное издание)9789984148724
СостояниеОпубликовано - 24 апр 2019
Событие10th International conference on biodiversity research - Daugavpils University, Daugavpils, Латвия
Продолжительность: 24 апр 201926 апр 2019
Номер конференции: 10

Конференция

Конференция10th International conference on biodiversity research
СтранаЛатвия
ГородDaugavpils
Период24/04/1926/04/19

Отпечаток

Centaurium erythraea
swamps
meadows
new species
plant communities
flora
biotopes
factories
anthropogenic activities
herbs
soil
grasses
vegetation
seeds
Tripolium
rare species

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Mirin , D., & Egorov, A. (2019). Rare aboriginal plant species as new species in megalopolis. В 10th international conference on biodiversity research: Book of abstracts (стр. 35). Daugavpils: DAUGAVPILS UNIVERSITĀTES AKADĒMISKAIS APGĀDS SAULE.
Mirin , Denis ; Egorov, Alexander. / Rare aboriginal plant species as new species in megalopolis. 10th international conference on biodiversity research: Book of abstracts. Daugavpils : DAUGAVPILS UNIVERSITĀTES AKADĒMISKAIS APGĀDS SAULE, 2019. стр. 35
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Mirin , D & Egorov, A 2019, Rare aboriginal plant species as new species in megalopolis. в 10th international conference on biodiversity research: Book of abstracts. DAUGAVPILS UNIVERSITĀTES AKADĒMISKAIS APGĀDS SAULE, Daugavpils, стр. 35, 10th International conference on biodiversity research, Daugavpils, Латвия, 24/04/19.

Rare aboriginal plant species as new species in megalopolis. / Mirin , Denis; Egorov, Alexander.

10th international conference on biodiversity research: Book of abstracts. Daugavpils : DAUGAVPILS UNIVERSITĀTES AKADĒMISKAIS APGĀDS SAULE, 2019. стр. 35.

Результат исследований: Публикации в книгах, отчётах, сборниках, трудах конференцийстатья в сборнике материалов конференции

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Mirin D, Egorov A. Rare aboriginal plant species as new species in megalopolis. В 10th international conference on biodiversity research: Book of abstracts. Daugavpils: DAUGAVPILS UNIVERSITĀTES AKADĒMISKAIS APGĀDS SAULE. 2019. стр. 35