Year 2018, Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 92 - 106 2018-11-15

İğneada Longoz Ormanları Milli Parkı (Demirköy, Kırklareli) Karayosunu Florası
The Moss Flora of İğneada Floodplain Forests National Park (Demirköy, Kırklareli) Turkey

Zeki IŞIN [1] , Serhat URSAVAŞ [2]

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Bu çalışmada, 2015-2016 yılları arasında İğneada Longoz Ormanları, Milliparkında  (Kırklareli-Demirköy) alanın karayosunu florası araştırılmıştır. İğneada Longoz Ormanları Milli Parkından toplanan 630 karayosunu örneğinin incelenmesi sonucu; 24 familyaya ait, 55 cins, 102 takson tür veya alttür seviyesinde belirlenmiştir. Teşhis edilen bu taksonlardan en zengin altı familya sırasıyla şu şekildedir: Pottiaceae (20), Brachytheciaceae (14), Polytrichaceae (9), Orthotrichaceae (8), Hypnaceae (6), Bryaceae (6). Bu taksonlardan baklava dilimi (♦) şeklinde işaretlenen Atrichum crispum (James) Sull., ve Bryum gemmiferum R. Wilczek & Demaret. (basımda), Türkiye Briyofit florası için yeni kayıttır. 17 takson ise Henderson (1961) kareleme sistemine göre A1 karesi için yeni kayıttır. Akrokarp takson sayısı tüm floranın (69) %68’ini, pleurokarp  takson sayısı ise (33) tüm floranınn %32’ni oluşturmaktadır.


In this study, the moss flora of İğneada Floodplain Forest National Park (Kırklareli-Demirköy) in Turkey were investigated between the years 2015-2016. As a result of examination of six hundred thirty moss samples, which collected from İğneada Floodplain Forest National Park, were examined 24 families, 55 genera, 102 taxa species or subspecies. In terms of taxa number, the richest six families are; Pottiaceae (20), Brachytheciaceae (14), Polytrichaceae (9), Orthotrichaceae (8), Hypnaceae (6), Bryaceae (6). Atrichum crispum (James) Sull., and Bryum gemmiferum (R. Wilczek & Demaret.) (in press), marked with a black diamond (♦) sign are new records for the Turkish bryophyte flora. According to Henderson (1961) grid square system, 17 moss taxa marked with an asterisk (*) sing are new records for A1 square. While acrocarpous taxa (70) represent 68 % of the whole flora, the ratio of pleurocarpous ones (32) is 32 %.


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Primary Language en
Subjects Science
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-7637-061X
Author: Zeki IŞIN
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0001-5480-5590
Author: Serhat URSAVAŞ (Primary Author)
Country: Turkey


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APA IŞIN, Z , URSAVAŞ, S . (2018). The Moss Flora of İğneada Floodplain Forests National Park (Demirköy, Kırklareli) Turkey. ANATOLIAN BRYOLOGY, 4 (2), 92-106. DOI: 10.26672/anatolianbryology.472405
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