Kitaibelia vol. 2 – no. 1. (1997) p.46-50.
Egy újabb ősláp a Nyírségben: A piricsei Júlia-liget botanikai értékei II. (Mohák-Bryophyta)
The "Júlia-liget" is a recently discovered fen in the neighbourhood of the famous Bátorliget Nature Reserves (Nyírség, N. E. Hungary). The author presents the bryophyta-flora of the investigated area and further interesting data from the Nyírség area.
Some interesting floristical data: Sphagnum squarrosum, Sphagnum fimbriatum, Dicranum montanum, D. bonjeanii, D. viride, Leucobryum glaucum, Plagiothecium ruthei, P. undulatum (second data from Hungary), P. curvifolium, P. laetum, Ptilium crista-castrensis. Ptilium crista-castrensis was found near Ömböly and Leucobryum glaucum near Ömböly and Vámospércs as well. The rare Cephaloziella subdentata (found in Vámospércs) proved to be a new species to the Great Hungarian Plain. These new data of Plagiothecium undulatum, Ptilium crista-castrensis and Cephaloziella subdentata are very unexcepted because of the low height above sea level (140 m)!
The author shows that some montan and montan-subalpin bryophytes are more frequent in the Nyírség area than it was thought before.