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001-es BibID:BIBFORM081579
035-os BibID:(WOS)000472622400042 (Scopus)85067387093
Első szerző:Fekete Réka (biológus)
Cím:Roadside verges and cemeteries : comparative analysis of anthropogenic orchid habitats in the Eastern Mediterranean / Réka Fekete, Viktor Löki, Renáta Urgyán, Kristóf Süveges, Ádám Lovas-Kiss, Orsolya Vincze, Attila Molnár V.
Dátum:2019
ISSN:2045-7758
Megjegyzések:Several important habitats have become threatened in the last few centuries in the Mediterranean Basin due to major changes adopted in land?use practices. The consequent loss of natural and seminatural orchid habitats leads to the appreciation of small anthropogenic habitats, such as cemeteries and roadside verges. Colonization of cemeteries and roadside verges by orchids has long been known, but no study to date compared the suitability of these two anthropogenic habitats for orchids. Therefore, in this paper our aim was to survey cemeteries and roadside verges and to compare these two habitats regarding their role in conserving Mediterranean terrestrial orchids. We conducted field surveys in three Mediterranean islands, Cyprus, Crete, and Lesbos, where both cemeteries and roadside verges were sampled on a geographically representative scale. We found a total of almost 7,000 orchid individuals, belonging to 77 species in the two anthropogenic habitat types. Roadside verges hosted significantly more individuals than cemeteries in Crete and Lesbos, and significantly more species across all three islands. Our results suggest that although cemeteries have a great potential conservation value in other parts of the world, intensive maintenance practices that characterized cemeteries in these three islands renders them unable to sustain valuable plant communities. On the other hand, roadside verges play a prominent role in the conservation of Mediterranean orchids in Cyprus and Greece. The pioneer status of roadside verges facilitates their fast colonization, while roads serve as ecological corridors in fragmented landscapes.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
folyóiratcikk
burial spaces
Cyprus
Greece
Orchidaceae
roadsides
secondary habitats
Megjelenés:Ecology and Evolution. - 9 : 11 (2019), p. 6655-6664. -
További szerzők:Löki Viktor (1989-) (biológus) Urgyán Renáta Süveges Kristóf (1994-) Lovas-Kiss Ádám (1991-) (biológus, botanikus) Vincze Orsolya (1988-) (biológus) Molnár V. Attila (1969-) (biológus, botanikus)
Pályázati támogatás:ÚNKP-18-3-I-DE-355
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ÚNKP-18-3-III-DE-129
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM104209
Első szerző:Süveges Kristóf
Cím:Native and alien poplar plantations are important habitats for terrestrial orchids / Süveges, Kristóf; Vincze, Orsolya; Löki, Viktor; Lovas-Kiss, Ádám; Takács, Attila; Fekete, Réka; Tüdősné Budai, Júlia; Molnár V., Attila
Dátum:2022
ISSN:0032-7786
Megjegyzések:Poplar monocultures are some of the most common short-rotation coppices. While they are most often considered of low environmental value, they have recently gained recognition for their multifaceted role in ecological engineering, such as carbon sinks, soil remediators or green energy producers. Nonetheless, the biodiversity of poplar plantations remains little known and largely overlooked. Here we conducted a systematic botanical survey of 232 poplar plantations within the Pannonian ecoregion (central Europe) in order to assess their plant diversity, with particular focus on terrestrial orchids. Our results highlight that almost 60% of poplar monocultures harbour terrestrial orchids, some with several thousand specimens. Overall, we documented the occurrence of 15 species of terrestrial orchids in the surveyed plantations, including taxa with limited distributions and a threatened conservation status. For instance, we report numerous new populations of Epipactis bugacenis and E. tallosii in poplar plantations, suggesting that the majority of these taxa occur in poplar monocultures within Hungary. We analysed and highlight soil chemistry and plantation characteristics that predict the occurrence and species richness of terrestrial orchids in poplar monocultures. The probability of orchids being present is highest in older and larger poplar plantations, characterized by high total organicmatter content and high soil pH.We conclude that plantations of native and alien poplar harbour valuable plant communities, including terrestrial orchids and other vascular plants of significant conservation importance. Using the knowledge generated here, we recommend delaying or partial harvest of poplar plantations to increase their conservation potential.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
folyóiratcikk
agroforestry
anthropogenic habitats
biodiversity conservation
Cephalanthera
Epipactis
Orchidaceae
poplar monocultures
Megjelenés:Preslia. - 94 : 3 (2022), p. 429-445. -
További szerzők:Vincze Orsolya (1988-) (biológus) Löki Viktor (1989-) (biológus) Lovas-Kiss Ádám (1991-) (biológus, botanikus) Takács Attila Fekete Réka (1993-) (biológus) Budai Júlia (1986-) (okleveles környezetkutató) Molnár V. Attila (1969-) (biológus, botanikus)
Pályázati támogatás:K-132573
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ÚNKP-20-3-II-DE-17
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM082702
Első szerző:Süveges Kristóf
Cím:From European priority species to characteristic apophyte: Epipactis tallosii (Orchidaceae) / Kristóf Süveges, Viktor Löki, Ádám Lovas-Kiss, Tibor Ljubka, Réka Fekete, Attila Takács, Orsolya Vincze, Balázs András Lukács, Attila Molnár V.
Dátum:2019
ISSN:0511-9618
Megjegyzések:Epipactis tallosii is considered as one of the highly threatened European orchid species due to its local distribution and small isolated populations that are characterized by decreasing trends. The species is now enlisted in the endangered (EN) category of the Red List. Nevertheless, during the last decade, multiple new populations of the species were found in Hungary, while our feld surveys indicated that E. tallosii populations regularly occur in poplar (Populus) plantations. Here we conducted a thorough feld survey of poplar plantations, by visiting 182 plantations in Hungary and surrounding countries in the Pannonian Biogeographic Region. We found E. tallosii in 23% of the visited plantations, and counted a total of c. 4000 generative shoots. Moreover, we documented the occurrence of the species to four countries, where it has not been reported before: Croatia, Romania, Serbia and Ukraine. Alien and indigenous/mixed poplar plantations were similarly likely to harbour populations of E. tallosii. Our study suggests that the distribution area and number of populations of E. tallosii is much larger than previously assumed, and that poplar plantations serve as suitable habitat islands in the agricultural landscapes for this orchid. In the light of our results, we suggest the reassessment of the IUCN category of E. tallosii and to re-categorize it as Near Threatened (NT).
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Biológiai tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
folyóiratcikk
Megjelenés:Willdenowia. - 49 : 3 (2019), p. 401-409. -
További szerzők:Löki Viktor (1989-) (biológus) Lovas-Kiss Ádám (1991-) (biológus, botanikus) Ljubka Tibor Fekete Réka (1993-) (biológus) Takács Attila (1989-) (biológus, botanikus) Vincze Orsolya (1988-) (biológus) Lukács Balázs András (1979-) (ökológus) Molnár V. Attila (1969-) (biológus, botanikus)
Pályázati támogatás:OTKA K132573
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OTKA K108992
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ÚNKP-18-3-I-DE-355
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ÚNKP-18-3-III-DE-129
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ÚNKP-19-3-I-DE-238
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ÚNKP-19-4-DE-172
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