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RARE AND THREATENED SPECIES PLANTS AND TYPES OF HABITATS ON SĂRĂTURILE SHORE – DANUBE DELTA


DANIELA STRAT

Issue:

SCSB, Volume XVI

Section:

Volume XVI - Vegetal Biology

Abstract:

The Sărăturile shore is located in southern part of Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve. This shore is a semi-natural environment with high geomorphological diversity and phytodiversity. Although it is not a strictly protected area, it presenting a low degree of anthropogenic modification still. On beach and mobile sand dunes occur large populations of marine psammophilous species (Eryngium maritimun, Convolvulus persicus, Petasites spurious, Ephedra distachya). Among these species have scattered spread in the rest of Romanian Black Sea Coast. Fourteen species of vascular plants are included in the Romanian Red List and classified in different IUCN categories. In the area studied are also some beach and dune habitats of European Conservation interest, which are included in the Habitats Directive and Bern Convention.

Keywords:

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Code [ID]:

SCSB200916V16S01A0013 [0003198]


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