Vol. 24 No. 2 (2019)
Cikkek

Contributions to the Atlas Florae Hungariae IX.

Published July 1, 2019
Csaba Molnár
Gömörszőlős
Győző Haszonits
Soproni Egyetem
Balázs Pintér
MTA KOKI Lendület Molekuláris Neurobiológia Csoport
Márton Korda
Soproni Egyetem
Mykyta Peregrym
Eszterházy Károly Egyetem
Krisztina Nótári
Gyomaendrőd
Ákos Malatinszky
Szent István Egyetem
Miklós Toldi
Dráva Szövetség
Ábel Beránek
Ózd
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APA

Molnár, C., Haszonits, G., Pintér, B., Korda, M., Peregrym, M., Nótári, K., Malatinszky, Ákos, Toldi, M., & Beránek, Ábel. (2019). Contributions to the Atlas Florae Hungariae IX. Kitaibelia, 24(2), 253–256. https://doi.org/10.17542/kit.24.253

The current paper is the 9th in the series aiming to provide new data to the distribution maps of Atlas Florae Hungariae. Data of 734 vascular plant taxa (from 222 flora mapping quadrats) are pre­sen­ted in this study. The new localities are spread across nearly the entire country; however, most of the data are from the North Hungarian Mts, the northern part of the Danube-Tisza Interfluve, the southern edge of Han­ság, alongside River Maros and the Hortobágy. Altogether, 1632 new data records are presented in this pa­per. The list mainly contains rare and locally important native species, as well as species with un­cer­tain na­ti­ve/alien status (e.g. Allium ursinum, Chamaecytisus triflorus, Cotoneaster niger, Cyperus pan­no­ni­cus, Elatine tri­andra, Eleocharis acicularis, Eleocharis ovata, Erodium hoefftianum, Geranium lucidum, Glo­bu­laria punc­ta­ta, Hippuris vulgaris, Hottonia palustris, Lindernia procumbens, Marrubium vulgare, Ononis pu­silla, Oro­banc­he bartlingii, Orobanche cernua, Pisum elatius, Polycnemum majus, Polygonum gra­mi­ni­folium, Ribes nigrum, Scho­enoplectus triqueter, Verbascum ×denudatum, Verbascum ×vidavense, Viola ca­ni­na subsp. schultzii). We report new localities of expanding alien species (e.g. Amaranthus deflexus, Ar­te­mi­sia annua, Euphorbia maculata, Helminthia echioides, Hordeum jubatum, Impatiens glandulifera, Ipomoea pur­purea, Mahonia aquifolium, Panicum riparium, Robinia viscosa, Rudbeckia hirta, Veronica peregrina, Yuc­ca filamentosa) and mention a few rare, successfully “surviving” alien plants with nature conservation va­lue (e.g. Acorus ca­la­mus, Monochoria korsakowii). Moreover, occurrences of common plants are presen­ted when new to the Atlas Floraea Hungariae (e.g. Bromus hordeaceus, Symphytum officinale, Vicia tetrasperma).