Dendroflora i brioflora na obszarze byłej Akademii Rolniczej w Szczecinie przy ulicach J. Słowackiego i Papieża Pawła VI
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In the area the following items of species were recorded: 100 species of dendroflora, including 45 species of trees, 5 shrubs and 4 climbing plants. The distribution of all the taxa is illustrated in diagram 1, and their characteristics and the description of biotope (mainly soil conditions) are shown in Table 1. Scarcely found in the area of Szczecin, but occurring in the investigated area are the following species: dawn redwood (Metasequoia glyptostroboides), Chinese witch hazel (Hamamelis mollis) and Daniella evodia (Euodia daniellii = Tetradium daniellii). Eucomia elm (Eucommia ulmoides) is the only specimen in Szczecin and it is located in the examined area in an inner road that runs between Słowackiego Street and the university car park. In this area there have also been found three sites of protected evergreen climbing English ivy (Hedera helix). Common horse chestnut population is numerous (10 individuals). For several years it has been attacked by horse chestnut leaf miner (Cameraria ohridella). Bryoflora is not very numerous – only 9 taxa of Bryophyta found in different habitats have been recorded.
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