Botanikai-Természetvédelmi Folyóirat

Journal of Pannonian Botany

Kitaibelia vol. 15 – no. 1-2. (2010) p.73-84.

Florisztikai adatok Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén megye északi részéről III.
Virók Viktor – Farkas Roland – Gulyás Gergely – Sramkó Gábor
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Floristic data of 124 species are reported from the Gömör–Torna Karst and its surrounding regions: Putnok Hills, Cserehát Hills, Hernád Valley, Sajó Valley, Sajó–Hernád Plain and Taktaköz Plain. Altogether 84 species were hitherto not recorded from at least one of the above mentioned regions, including 21 legally protected species, e.g. Acorus calamus, Chamaenerion dodonei, Cnidium dubium, Huperzia selago, Iris aphylla subsp. hungarica, Medicago rigidula and Platanthera chlorantha. Former records of Cuscuta lupuliformis, Potamogeton acutifolius and Seseli peucedanoides were confirmed. The resence of several species not reported hitherto from the Northern Hungarian Mountain Range is also published, including Gagea spathacea, Elatine triandra and Puccinellia limosa. New occurrences of especially rare species in Hungary are also mentioned, e.g. Rosa scabriuscula and Poa remota. Characteristic as well as newly recorded invasive species are Asclepias syriaca, Padus serotina, Impatiens glandulifera, Solidago canadensis, Tragus racemosus and Xanthium albidum subsp. riparium. Several rare alien species were found such as Amaranthus blitum subsp. polygonoides, Amaranthus crispus, Sicyos angulatus. Naturalised specimens of some cultivated species are also recorded: Cyclamen purpurascens, Lonicera caprifolium and Spiraea salicifolia.