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The moss flora of Akdağ Mountain (Amasya, Turkey).

Canli K, Çetin B - ScientificWorldJournal (2014)

Bottom Line: At the result of identifications of 1500 moss specimens, collected from the research area, 178 taxa belonging to 69 genera and 26 families were determined.Cano, Ros & J.Guerra, Tortella bambergeri (Schimp.), Barbula enderesii Garov., Hedwigia ciliata var. leucophaea Bruch & Schimp., and Campyliadelphus elodes (Lindb.) Kanda are recorded for the second time to the byroflora of Turkey.

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Affiliation: Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Dokuz Eylül University, 35390 Izmir, Turkey.

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The moss flora of Akdağ Mountain (Amasya, Turkey) was investigated. At the result of identifications of 1500 moss specimens, collected from the research area, 178 taxa belonging to 69 genera and 26 families were determined. Among them, 94 taxa are new for A3 grid square according to the Turkey grid system which was adopted by Henderson. The location data of Grimmia crinitoleucophaea Cardot and Barbula enderesii Garov. are the first records for Turkey, and Encalypta spathulata Müll. Hal., Schistidium dupretii (Thér.) W. A. Weber, Weissia condensa var. armata (Thér. & Trab.) M. J. Cano, Ros & J. Guerra, Tortella bambergeri (Schimp.), Barbula enderesii Garov., Hedwigia ciliata var. leucophaea Bruch & Schimp., and Campyliadelphus elodes (Lindb.) Kanda are recorded for the second time to the byroflora of Turkey.

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Amasya Akdağ and Henderson's grid system.
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fig1: Amasya Akdağ and Henderson's grid system.

Mentions: Akdağ (Amasya), chosen as the study area, is located between Central Anatolia and the Black Sea region within the A3 square according to Henderson's [12] grid system (Figures 1 and 2). Although Akdağ Mountain has been named as one of the most important flora regions of Turkey, the moss flora of the mountain has not been studied before.


The moss flora of Akdağ Mountain (Amasya, Turkey).

Canli K, Çetin B - ScientificWorldJournal (2014)

Amasya Akdağ and Henderson's grid system.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig1: Amasya Akdağ and Henderson's grid system.
Mentions: Akdağ (Amasya), chosen as the study area, is located between Central Anatolia and the Black Sea region within the A3 square according to Henderson's [12] grid system (Figures 1 and 2). Although Akdağ Mountain has been named as one of the most important flora regions of Turkey, the moss flora of the mountain has not been studied before.

Bottom Line: At the result of identifications of 1500 moss specimens, collected from the research area, 178 taxa belonging to 69 genera and 26 families were determined.Cano, Ros & J.Guerra, Tortella bambergeri (Schimp.), Barbula enderesii Garov., Hedwigia ciliata var. leucophaea Bruch & Schimp., and Campyliadelphus elodes (Lindb.) Kanda are recorded for the second time to the byroflora of Turkey.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Dokuz Eylül University, 35390 Izmir, Turkey.

ABSTRACT
The moss flora of Akdağ Mountain (Amasya, Turkey) was investigated. At the result of identifications of 1500 moss specimens, collected from the research area, 178 taxa belonging to 69 genera and 26 families were determined. Among them, 94 taxa are new for A3 grid square according to the Turkey grid system which was adopted by Henderson. The location data of Grimmia crinitoleucophaea Cardot and Barbula enderesii Garov. are the first records for Turkey, and Encalypta spathulata Müll. Hal., Schistidium dupretii (Thér.) W. A. Weber, Weissia condensa var. armata (Thér. & Trab.) M. J. Cano, Ros & J. Guerra, Tortella bambergeri (Schimp.), Barbula enderesii Garov., Hedwigia ciliata var. leucophaea Bruch & Schimp., and Campyliadelphus elodes (Lindb.) Kanda are recorded for the second time to the byroflora of Turkey.

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