Amblyodon dealbatus in het Antwerpse havengebied, nieuw voor de Belgische mosflora

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    Amblyodon dealbatus (Hedw.) P.Beauv. was discovered as a new species for Belgium in Beveren (Antwerp port area) in 2007 in a relevee that contained also Liparis loeselii. The location consists of an area that has been raised with sand-in-water slurry resulting in calcareous sandy soils destined for industrial enterprises. Other rare bryophytes present on the location are Leiocolea badensis and Preissia quadrata.

    Original languageDutch
    Pages (from-to)15-17
    Number of pages3
    Publication statusPublished - 2008

    Thematic list

    • Flora

    EWI Biomedical sciences

    • B290-phytogeography

    Taxonomic list

    • mosses (Bryophyta)

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