B4 Plant invasion in peaty tussock sedge communities

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B4 - Peaty tussock sedge communities:

37% of its area is endangered by plant invasion, especially by goldenrod species (Solidago spp.). Other alien species – excepting wild cucumber (Echynocystis lobata) – only rarely occur in this habitat. Its stands in the south-west Transdanubia are highly endangered by plant invasion, while there are less threatened stands in the Great Hungarian Plain.





Botta-Dukát Z. (2008): Invasion of alien species to Hungarian (semi-)natural habitats Acta Botanica Hungarica 50(Suppl.): 219-227. >>> letöltés (139 KB, PDF)