2020 Vol. XIV № 1

Preface

P. 3

A.P. Seregin

Flora of the Troyeruchitsa State Reserve (Tver Oblast, Russia)

Pp. 4-31

Abstract. The flora of vascular plants of the Troyeruchitsa State Nature Reserve and three surrounding settlements was studied. In 2016–2019, I recorded 489 species of native and alien plants on an area of 10 km2 (supplemented with 12 species from papers published earlier) were revealed, including 456 species growing within the reserve and 45 species along its borders. An annotated checklist of the flora is presented. All known locations are given for species known from 1, 2 or 3 localities. Three species (Erigeron × huelsenii, Eupatorium purpureum, Rumex × heterophyllus) are novelties to the flora of Tver Oblast. Six native species are new to the flora of Ostashkovsky District (Monotropa hypophegea, Plantago uliginosa, Rosa × majorugosa, Rubus nessensis, Sparganium gramineum, Typha angustifolia) as well as 19 species of alien plants. Sixteen species from the Red Data Book of Tver Oblast and four species from the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation are reported from the reserve. A dataset of georeferenced photos uploaded on iNaturalist as part of the Troyeruchitsa Local Flora project (https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/lokalnaya-flora-troeruchitsa) encounts 434 observations of 358 species. High diversity of flora is the most important feature of the area. 

Key words: local flora, vascular plants, Tver Oblast, protected areas, floristic records

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10061

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A.V. Shcherbakov

List of vascular aquatic plants of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

Pp. 32-47

Abstract. The list of 51 species of vascular aquatic plants, detailed to the level of separate administrative districts or locations, the growth of 49 on the territory of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug is confirmed by herbarium collections. In addition, hybrids, species that are known only from literature are listed, as well as those included in the flora of the region by mistake. 

Key words: aquatic plants, regional flora, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug

DOI:  10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10062

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N.V. Lyubeznova, A.V. Shcherbakov, A.D. Belik, O.S. Grinchenko

New location of Cypripedium calceolus L. in Moscow Region

Pp. 48-54

Abstract. A new location Cypripedium calceolus L. in Moscow Province is found. The number of individuals, their age composition are estimated,  phytocenosis, soil conditions are described. 

Key words: Cypripedium calceolus L., Moscow Region, population, Red Data book

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10063

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Savinov I.A. 

The new data on distribution of Euonymus europaeus L. (Celastraceae) in the Middle Russia

Pp. 55-61

Abstract. In 2009-2012, Hydrocleys nymphoides, a new alien species for the flora of Russia, were noted at the treatment facilities of Nizhny Novgorod. After the reconstruction of treatment facilities, the local population was disappeared.

Key words: Euonymus europaeus L., Middle Russia, distribution 

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10064

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T.V. Zarubo, S.R. Mayorov

Hydrocleys nymphoides (Humb. et Bonpl. ex Willd.) Buchenau (Alismataceae),

a new alien species for the flora of Russia

Pp. 62-65

Abstract. In 2009-2012, Hydrocleys nymphoides, a new alien species for the flora of Russia, were noted at the treatment facilities of Nizhny Novgorod. After the reconstruction of treatment facilities, the local population was disappeared.

Key words: Hydrocleys nymphoides, alien plant, flora of Russia, Nizhny Novgorod

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10065

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M.N. Stamenov

Polyvariance of the habitus of virginal and young reproductive individuals of Quercus robur L. (Fagaceae) in phytocenoses of the Upper and Middle Oka river

Pp. 66-90

Abstract. From the perspective of the modular concept plasticity of crown architecture in virginal and young reproductive individuals of Quercus robur L. has been researched. The individuals grow in phytocenoses of the Upper and Middle Oka river. The plant communities are subdivided into three groups accordingly to their light level (% of the full light): mesophytic meadows (100%), grass birch stands and pineries with small gaps (35–55%), closed canopy pineries (15–30%). The total amount of individuals is 210. For each individual shape, growth habit and ramification of axes of the main structural units of crown. Meanings of quantitative parameters of shoot systems were selectively measured. Four architectural types have been distinguished: “Мeadow”, “Мargin”, “Forest 1”, “Forest 2”. The individuals of the meadow and margin types grow within the 1st and 2nd light level group communities respectively. The individuals of the forest types grow within the 3rd light level group community. In a series from the meadow type to the forest types ramification of biennial shoot systems simplifies while shape and structure of the branches from the trunk and trunk itself get more complex. Thus we figured out that Q. robur has a significant polyvariance of shoot systems, which leads to formation of qualitatively different habit types.

Key words: Quercus robur, biomorphology, crown architecture, architectural unit, architectural type, shoot systems, branch from the trunk

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10066

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2020 Vol. XIV № 2

A.N. Efremov, A.G. Lapirov

Ecology of Stratiotes aloides L. (Hydrocharitaceae) communities

within the territory of European Russia

Pp. 94-104

Abstract. Stratiotes aloides L. is a common species in European Russia. It plays an important role in the functioning of fresh, mesoeutrophic, low-flowing water bodies with silty-clay and organic bottom deposits. It was found that in European Russia S. aloides forms at least 24 associations related to 12 formations of freshwater macrophytic vegetation. At least 119 species take part in the formation of these associations. Phytocoenoses of associations Stratiotes aloides purum, Stratiotes aloides aquiherbosa, Stratiotes aloides + Lemna trisulca and Typha angustifolia – Stratiotes aloides are the most common.

Key words: Stratiotes aloides, Hydrocharitaceae, ecology of community, vegetation

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10067

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V.B. Golub, A.Ya. Grigorjevskaja, E.A. Uzhametskaja

Validation of the names and brief descriptions of three syntaxa of steppe vegetation

located on cretaceous sodded slopes in Voronezh and Belgorod regions river valleys

Pp. 105-115

Abstract. Three syntaxa are validated with the previous names regarded as invalidly according to the International Code of Phytosociological Nomenclature. The validated syntaxa as follows: Astragalo albicaulis–Thymion cretacei, Centauretum sumensis, Hyssopetum cretacei. Brief characteristics of the syntaxa are given and diagnostic species are indicated.

Key words: steppe vegetation, Eastern Europe, Astragalo albicaulis-Thymion cretacei all. nova, cl. Festuco-Brometea

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10068

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P.G. Efimov, M.V. Legchenko

Platanthera chorisiana Cham. (Orchidaceae),

a possible new member of the flora of European Russia

Pp. 116-124

Abstract. The article is devoted to the description of Platanthera chorisiana, an intriguing East Asiatic and North American Orchid, which was surprisingly discovered in an isolated locality in Moscow Region, although the possibility exists that the specimen might be mislabelled. This finding is discussed in the light of the presence of some other localities of this taxon, proved to be positioned outwards from its main distribution area, although not so distantly spaced. We provide analogies with other Orchids, especially with the recent sensational find of East Asiatic representative of genus Liparis in West Europe. In short, we discuss also some other peculiarities of Platanthera chorisiana, which put this species apart from other representatives of its genus.

Key words: Platanthera chorisiana, Moscow Region, alien Orchids

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10069

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E.A. Borisova, A.A. Kurganov

About findings of rare vascular plant species in Ivanovo Region in 2017–2019 years:

materials for maintaining the Red Data book

Pp. 125-136

Abstract. Data about new locations of 44 rare vascular plant species included in the Red Data book of Ivanovo Region and registered in 2017–2019 are provided.

Key words: rare vascular plant species, Red Data Book, the specially protected natural areas (SPNA), Ivanovo Region

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10070

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M.V. Kazakova, O.G. Baranova, A.V. Ivanova

Supplements  to the flora of Nizhny Novgorod part of the Oka river basin

Pp. 137-145

Abstract. As a result of expedition work in 2019 on the flora of the Oka river basin within the Nizhny Novgorod Region, a number of rare vascular plant species were identified. Their findings complement the information on the flora of this region. The article provides of locations and habitats for 36 native and 2 alien vascular plant species. Besides, additions to the flora of the biostation of the Nizhny Novgorod University are given.

Key words: rare plant species, Nizhny Novgorod Region, Oka river basin, new locations

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10071

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O.V. Biryukova, A.V. Chkalov, V.P. Vorotnikov,

V.V. Syrova, A.A. Schestakova, A.I. Shirokov,

S.S. Isayev, A.A. Soloviev

New data on rare and protected species in the flora of Nizhny Novgorod Region

Pp. 146-149

Abstract. As a result of expedition work in 2019 on the flora of the Oka river basin within the Nizhny Novgorod Region, a number of rare vascular plant species were identified. Their findings complement the information on the flora of this region. The article provides of locations and habitats for 36 native and 2 alien vascular plant species. Besides, additions to the flora of the biostation of the Nizhny Novgorod University are given.

Key words: rare plant species, Nizhny Novgorod Region, Oka river basin, new locations

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10072

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E.V. Pismarkina, O.V. Khitun, L.M. Morozova,

A.G. Bystrushkin, V.V. Byalt, A.V. Shcherbakov

Some aquatic vascular plants findings in the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area (Russia)

Pp. 150-157

Abstract. The 9 aquatic vascular plants species were found in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area (Callitriche cophocarpa Sendtner, Potamogeton berchtoldii Fieb., P. gramineus L. s. l., P. obtusifolius Mert. et Koch, P. sibiricus A. Benn., Lemna turionifera Landolt, Sparganium natans L., Sagittaria natans Pall., Ranunculus circinatus Sibth.). Field studies were carried out in 2012–2017. For each species are given: data from the herbarium label, information on distribution in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Area, brief comments on distribution in Western Siberia and neighboring regions of European Russia.

Key words: hydrophytes, Callitriche, Lemna, Potamogeton, Ranunculus, Sagittaria, Sparganium, Ranunculus

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10073

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S.R. Mayorov, D.G. Ivanov, D.V. Sukhova,

S.V. Sukhov, E.V. Tikhonova

Rubus hirtus in Moscow – a case of long distance dispersal or anthropogenic alien plant?

Pp. 158-165

Abstract. Rubus hirtus Waldst. et Kit. (Rosaceae) was found in two Moscow forest parks in 2020. The nearest known locations were recently discovered in Belarus. The status of the blackberry in Moscow is unclear: whether the species is native or alien. Vectors of invasion are under discussion.

Key words: Rubus hirtus, Rosaceae, flora, long distance dispersal, alien plants

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10074

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A.V. Dunaev, E.N. Dunaeva

Hemileccinum impolitum (Fr.) Šutara (Boletaceae)

is a candidate for inclusion in the Red Book of Belgorod Region

Pp. 166-178

Abstract. The article presents the results of studying the state of the regional population of Hemileccinum impolitum (Fr.) Šutara (=Boletus impolitus Fr.) on the territory of Belgorod Region of the Russian Federation. 3 habitats of this species have been identified in the region. It has been established that the threatening factors for H. impolitum in Belgorod Region are: the low frequency of occurrence of habitats with local populations, the point of local populations, the distances between the nearest populations, the disturbance (destruction) of habitats on cause of recreational load and the collection of fruit bodies. The following set of measures to maintain this species in nature is recommended: preservation of existing habitats and search for new ones in characteristic ecotopes; taking identified habitats under territorial protection; monitoring the number of known habitats at least once every 2−3 years; environmental education of the population.

Key words: Hemileccinum impolitum (=Boletus impolitus), fruit body, Red Book (List), status of species, location, habitat, population

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10075

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G.S. Rozenberg, S.V. Saksonov, S.A. Senator

In memory of Professor Vladislav Ivanovich Vasilevich

(September 30, 1935 – May 2, 2020)

Pp. 179-186

Abstract. The article is dedicated to the memory of Professor Vladislav Ivanovich Vasilevich. A brief biographical sketch and commentary on the main scientific papers are given.

Key words: Vladislav Ivanovich Vasilevich, geobotany, quantitative methods

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10076

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2020 Vol. XIV № 3

Editor's preface

P. 188

M.S. Knyazev, E.N. Podgaevskaya, A.S. Tretyakova,

N.V. Zolotareva, P.V. Kulikov

Annotated checklist of the Flora of Sverdlovsk Region.

Part VI: Dicotyledonous plants (Fabaceae – Lobeliaceae)

Pp. 189-340

Abstract. This article presents for the first time a detailed checklist of the flora of dicotyledonous plants (family Fabaceae – Lobeliaceae) of the Sverdlovsk region, based on multi-years filed research, a critical study of herbarium materials and literature sources. Part VI of the checklist includes 4034 species and 5 interspecific hybrids of wild plants, as well as 54 of the most common cultivated plants. For all species, information is given on the occurrence in botanical-geographical districts and administrative districts of the region. In the checklist for species were noted bioecological features are indicated (life form according to K. Raunkier and I. G. Serebryakov, cenotic groups and ecological groups towards moistning), zonal and longitudinal arealogic group, economic significance. For the alien species in addition were noted origin, migration thecnique, and level of reached naturalization achieved in the region are additionally indicated. Species in need of protection in the region were noted.

Key words: flora, dicotyledonous plants, Sverdlovsk Region, Middle Urals

DOI: 10.24411/2072-8816-2020-10077

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