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Mosses of the Shichengskiy Landscape Reserve (Vologda Region). P. 80–89

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Authors

Filippov Dmitriy Andreevich
I.D. Papanin Institute for Biology of Inland Waters of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Borok, Russia)
Tyumen State University (Tyumen, Russia)
e-mail: philippov_d@mail.ru
Boychuk Margarita Arsen'evna
Institute of Biology of the Karelian Science Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Petrozavodsk, Russia)
e-mail: boychuk@krc.karelia.ru

Abstract

The Shichengskiy Landscape Reserve is the largest landscape reserve in the Vologda region (136.1 km2). Its brioflora consists of 70 species related to 40 genera and 23 families. The reserve brioflora have not been studied earlier. 44 species are listed for the first time for the Syamzha district. According to the abundance and coverage proportion the frondiferous mosses are one of the basic groups in the biota structure of the Shichengskiy landscape reserve. Brioflora of the reserve is relatively poor (23.33 % of the regional brioflora) due to the abundance of hydromorphic landscapes (an oligotrophic bog, a dystrophic lake and boggy coniferous and parvifoliate forests). Poor representation or general lack of spruce and aspen forests, lapideous lands, meadows, runnels and rivulets, boils and man-made areas (except for the fisherman sites and fire-pits on the lakeside) decrease the abundance of species. Paludal and sylvan-paludal moss species are the peculiarities of the reserve brioflora. Sphagnum mosses make up a large part of the flora (19 species, 27.14 %). Two Sphagnum species (Sphagnum compactum and S. warnstorfii) were found near the reserve boundary. Three species listed in the Red Book of the Vologda Region (2004), such as Sphagnum lindbergii (2/VU), Sphagnum subsecundum and Pylaisia selwynii (both species are biologically controlled) were found in the reserve. Some species are rare in the region (Meesia longiseta, Mnium lycopodioides, Schistostega pennata, Sphagnum wulfianum) and are recommended to be included in the List of the biologically controlled species in the second edition of the Red Book of the Vologda region. Closely to the southwestern borders of the reserve there are two more protected species were found – Neckera pennata (2/VU) and Sphagnum compactum (biologically controlled species).

Keywords

brioflora, Shichengskiy landscape reserve, Vologda region
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