Kitaibelia vol. 1 – no. 1. (1996) p.26-33.
Kiegészítések és újabb adatok a magyar flóra és vegetáció ismeretéhez
The listed data were collected during our floristical and coenological researches done between 1993 and 1995. During this period the natural vegetation was investigated by us mainly in Dunazug and Cserhát mountains. Our coenological results make possible to appear short remarks of the associations.
Discovery of the pioneer shrubs of Frangula alnus on extremely dry, acidic sandstone surfaces was outstanding. Finding of Seseli leucospermum on Lajta- and Sarmathian limestone was also important. The latest is an endemism of the Trans-Danubian mountains which up to the present was known only from magnesium containing dolomite.
From the floristical point of view the most significant result was the discovery of Corydalis pumila in Mátra mountain - there is no data from the Northern Mountains till now.