New localities for rare and protected vascular plants in the Eastern part of Leningrad Region

  • Irina Sorokina Saint Petersburg State University, 7–9, Universitetskaya nab., Saint Petersburg, 199034, Russian Federation
  • Peter Efimov Komarov Botanical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2, ul. Professora Popova, St. Petersburg, 197376, Russian Federation
  • Galina Konechnaya Komarov Botanical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2, ul. Professora Popova, St. Petersburg, 197376, Russian Federation
  • Galina Chirkova Saint Petersburg State University, 7–9, Universitetskaya nab., Saint Petersburg, 199034, Russian Federation
  • Grigory Chirkov ​​OOO "Metsa Forest Saint Petersburg", Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation

Abstract

The article contains the data about new localities of protected and rare vascular plants in the Eastern part of Leningrad Region (in Podporozhye, Tikhvin, Boksitogorsk, Lodeynoye Pole, Kirishi, and Kirovsk Districts). Of the plants listed, 16 species are included into the Red Data Book of Nature of Leningrad Region (Actaea erythrocarpa, Agrostis clavata, Carex bohemica, C. tenuiflora, Cypripedium calceolus, Diplazium sibiricum, Epipogium aphyllum, Equisetum scirpoides, Lathyrus linifolius, Lonicera pallasii, Neottia nidus-avis, Petasites frigidus, Ranunculus subborealis, Rhizomatopteris sudetica, Rubus humilifolius, Viola selkirkii); 2 taxa (Cypripedium calceolus, Epipogium aphyllum) are included into the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation. Also, we give data about findings of new vascular plants in certain Districts of Leningrad Region. Refs 12.

Keywords:

rare vascular plants, Eastern part of Leningrad Region

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Published
2013-12-30
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Sorokina, I., Efimov, P., Konechnaya, G., Chirkova, G., & Chirkov, G. (2013). New localities for rare and protected vascular plants in the Eastern part of Leningrad Region. Biological Communications, (4), 49–57. Retrieved from https://biocomm.spbu.ru/article/view/1324
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