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Inventarizacija gljiva na teritoriji zaštićenih područja Kantona Sarajevo (SP Vrelo Bosne, ZP Bijambare, SP Skakavac) Smjernice i preporuke za upravljanje specifičnim tipovima staništa na teritoriji zaštićenih područja

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Short preliminary check-lists are presented as a result of last year mycological investigation on the territory of three protected areas in the Sarajevo Canton in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Vrelo Bosne Nature Monument, Bijambare Protected Landscape and Skakavac Nature Monument). Among all findings some are more closely presented and discussed. Their ecology, phenology, local and regional or global distribution pattern, as well as main threats and additional conservation activities are especially highlighted and noted. Recommendation of adequate conservation activities within the territories of the protected areas are proposed to the local authorities and managements.
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... Besides the type locality, O. svrcekii has so far only been reported from Savoy in France (Capoen 2018) and Sarajevo County in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Jukić et al. 2020). Between 2014 and 2020, the species was recollected from its type locality and recorded from ten more localities in Albania, Austria, Croatia, France, Slovakia and Spain. ...
... So far, only two descriptions of O. svrcekii have been published -by Kubička (1972, as Lamprospora lutziana) and by Benkert (1998a). Colour photographs were presented by Jukić et al. (2020). A comparison of the main features is shown in Tab. 2. ...
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