This is the first record of Campylopus subulatus for the Liguria Region. Campylopus subulatus was found on small serpentinite outcrops occupied by a discontinuous plant community, with a paucispecific contingent of phanerogams dominated by succulent chamaephytes and therophytes (referring to the Sedo-Scleranthetalia order) and a richer contingent of bryophytes including Racomitrium elongatum (Ehrh.) ex Frisvoll, Hypnum callichroum Brid., Ceratodon purpureus (Hedw.) Brid., Grimmia donniana Sm., Dicranum scoparium Hedw. and Bryum Hedw. spp. These outcrops occur in a marshy area, mainly characterised by mountain grasslands and beech forests growing under a sub-oceanic climate. The species was found on serpentinite outcrops within the Beigua Regional Natural Park, Taxiphyllum wissgrillii was found in a beech forest and in marshy mountain grassland. a serpentinite outcrop in a deciduous mesophilic forest dominated by beech (Fagus sylvatica L., referring to the Fagion silvaticae alliance), in the Beigua Regional Natural Park.

New national and regional bryophyte records, 63

DAGNINO D.;TURCATO C.;MINUTO L.;
2020-01-01

Abstract

This is the first record of Campylopus subulatus for the Liguria Region. Campylopus subulatus was found on small serpentinite outcrops occupied by a discontinuous plant community, with a paucispecific contingent of phanerogams dominated by succulent chamaephytes and therophytes (referring to the Sedo-Scleranthetalia order) and a richer contingent of bryophytes including Racomitrium elongatum (Ehrh.) ex Frisvoll, Hypnum callichroum Brid., Ceratodon purpureus (Hedw.) Brid., Grimmia donniana Sm., Dicranum scoparium Hedw. and Bryum Hedw. spp. These outcrops occur in a marshy area, mainly characterised by mountain grasslands and beech forests growing under a sub-oceanic climate. The species was found on serpentinite outcrops within the Beigua Regional Natural Park, Taxiphyllum wissgrillii was found in a beech forest and in marshy mountain grassland. a serpentinite outcrop in a deciduous mesophilic forest dominated by beech (Fagus sylvatica L., referring to the Fagion silvaticae alliance), in the Beigua Regional Natural Park.
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