A preliminary list of 22 bryophytes growing in the Batumi Botanical garden is provided. From chorological point of view, temperate and boreo-temperate taxa prevail while with regard to ecological behaviour, mesophilous taxa are the most numerous and with respect to light require ments equivalently sciaphilous and eliophilous taxa are represented The mosses Fissidens dubius and Cyrtomnium hymenophylloides are recorded for the first time in Georgia.

P. Campisi, M. G. Dia, D. Varshanidze (2021). Introduction to the study of the bryological flora of the Batumi Botanical Garden (Georgia). FLORA MEDITERRANEA, 31 (Special issue), 125-130 [10.7320/FLMEDIT31SI.125].

Introduction to the study of the bryological flora of the Batumi Botanical Garden (Georgia)

P. Campisi
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M. G. Dia;
2021-07-17

Abstract

A preliminary list of 22 bryophytes growing in the Batumi Botanical garden is provided. From chorological point of view, temperate and boreo-temperate taxa prevail while with regard to ecological behaviour, mesophilous taxa are the most numerous and with respect to light require ments equivalently sciaphilous and eliophilous taxa are represented The mosses Fissidens dubius and Cyrtomnium hymenophylloides are recorded for the first time in Georgia.
Settore BIO/02 - Botanica Sistematica
Settore BIO/03 - Botanica Ambientale E Applicata
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P. Campisi, M. G. Dia, D. Varshanidze (2021). Introduction to the study of the bryological flora of the Batumi Botanical Garden (Georgia). FLORA MEDITERRANEA, 31 (Special issue), 125-130 [10.7320/FLMEDIT31SI.125].
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