K2 Plant invasion in pannonic Quercus petraea- Carpinus betulus woodlands

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K2 - Pannonic Quercus petraea- Carpinus betulus woodlands:

26% of its area is endangered by plant invasion. Stands in hilly areas of southwest Hungary are more threatened than in mountain ranges. Black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) is the most important invasive species in this habitat.

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