Vol. 22 No. 1 (2017): In memoriam Lajos Felföldy
Cikkek

New occurrence of Myricaria germanica in a Hungarian gravel pit

Published January 1, 2017
Kristóf Süveges
Debreceni Egyetem
Attila Molnár V.
Debreceni Egyetem
János Koscsó
Miskolc
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Süveges, K., Molnár V., A., & Koscsó, J. (2017). New occurrence of Myricaria germanica in a Hungarian gravel pit. Kitaibelia, 22(1), 60–63. Retrieved from https://ojs.lib.unideb.hu/kitaibelia/article/view/7713

This paper reports the second Hungarian synanthropic occurrence of the rare Myricaria germanica. One flowering individual was found in a gravel pit near Hejőpapi (NE Hungary). The closest known population of the species is 60 km far from newly found locality. This occurrence indicates effectivness of anemochory. It seems, that abandoned gravel pits may be potential habitats of this threataned shub species.