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The vegetation of the bagno nature reserve in the sandomierz basin poland



The vegetation of the bagno nature reserve in the sandomierz basin poland



Ochrona Przyrody 44: 99-110



The Bagno nature reserve occupies 25.56 ha in the central part of the Sandomierz Basin (South Poland) on the sandy terrace of the Wisloka river. It includes a complex of small peat bogs, very typical of that region, lying in a depression among sand dunes, as well as the surrounding sandy hills overgrown with pine and mixed woods. A number of rare plant species typical of peat bogs and marshes occur in the reserve; e.g., Drosera rotundifolia, D. longifolia, D. intermedia, Andromeda polifolia, Oxycoccus quadripetalus, Eriophorum vaginatum, Scheuzeria palustris and others. Non-sylvian communities represent various stages of development of raised peat bog associations of the Oxycocco-Sphagnetea class and the Caricetum limosae sedge association. Among the sylvan vegetation growing in the reserve 4 associations were distinguished: Vaccinio uliginosi-Pinetum, Vaccinio myrtilli-Pinetum, Cladonio rangiferinae-Pinetum and Pino-Quercetum medioeuropaeum. The complex of peat bogs is composed of 4 small patches representing various stages of plant development; they form a natural sequence of plant successions in the process of vegetation growth in a water reservoir.

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