Botanikai-Természetvédelmi Folyóirat

Journal of Pannonian Botany

Kitaibelia vol. 9 – no. 1. (2004) p.143-150.

Florisztikai adatok Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén-megye északi részéről
Virók Viktor – Farkas Roland – Szmorad Ferenc – Boldoghné Szűts Fanni
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Floristic data are presented in this paper from the Aggtelek-karst, Rudabánya- and Szalonna-mountains, Putnok-hills, Cserehát, Hernád-valley, Sajó-valley and Szerencs-hills. New habitats of three strictly protected species, Dracocephalum austriacum, Traunsteinera globosa and Cypripedium calceolus were found. The presence of Hottonia palustris and Trollius europaeus in this region was confirmed. Several new species to the Northern Mountain Range are also published, like Juncus sphaerocarpus, Euphorbia maculata, Myricaria germanica, Sisyrinchium bermudiana, Alopecurus myosuroides, Oenothera villosa. The authors also found a locality of Panicum dichotomiflorum. This species was found in Hungary first time in 2003 (other botanists found this plant also in Transdanubia). Some invasive species proved to be frequent in the research area (Asclepias syriaca, Ambrosia elatior). Due to the lack of floristic studies in this region, we had only sporadic data on several species, like Rubus canescens, Orobanche spp., Taraxacum palustre, Luzula pallescens, Catabrosa aquatica. The presence of an alien mushroom species, Anthurus archeri, new to the Northern Mountain Range, is also presented.