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The first study about bryophytes in Lielie Kangari was published by Austra Āboliņa in 1982, where 144 species were found. The present study was conducted in the southern part of Lielie Kangari Nature Reserve in spring of 2016, where 148 bryophyte species and one bryophyte variety were found. In total 19 bryophyte species had conservation status in...
Forests are among the major contributors of biodiversity in Riga city limits, representing potential habitats and substrates for bryophytes and lichens. Bryophytes and lichens were studied in 82 forest stands from seven stand types (dry Pinus sylvestris forest, wet Pinus sylvestris forest, wet deciduous forest, dry deciduous forest, nemoral forest,...
Coarse woody debris (CWD), which is in low supply in intensively managed forest, is an essential habitat for many species of bryophytes, fungi and insects. We investigated richness of bryophyte and polypore species on CWD of Norway spruce Picea abies (L.) Karst. in relation to CWD type, size, decay stage and age since mortality. We also identified...