2018
DOI: 10.23855/preslia.2018.367
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Abstract: M. (2018): Using a new database of plant macrofossils of the Czech and Slovak Republics to compare past and present distribution of hypothetically relict fen mosses. -Preslia 90: 367-386.Modern databases containing large amounts of botanical data are a promising source of new results based on large data analyses. We used a new database of plant macrofossils of the Czech and Slovak Republics to compare the recent distributions of putative relict species of fen bryophytes with their past distributions since the … Show more

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“…(Holá et al 2010). Many of them were also documented in the Třeboň Basin as macrofossils in Late-Glacial and Early-Holocene peat deposits (Hájková et al 2018). Ptačí blato fishpond is located within the Třeboň Biosphere Reserve and Protected Landscape Area.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…(Holá et al 2010). Many of them were also documented in the Třeboň Basin as macrofossils in Late-Glacial and Early-Holocene peat deposits (Hájková et al 2018). Ptačí blato fishpond is located within the Třeboň Biosphere Reserve and Protected Landscape Area.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These latent variables may include biotic interactions such as the competition with generalist vascular plants, the type of nutrient limitation (Pawlikowski, Abramczyk, Szczepaniuk, & Kozub, ) and spatial effects (Hájek et al., ). These spatial effects largely coincide with the poor ability of some species, the hypothetically relict species, to disperse from old ancient fens to younger fens (Hájek et al., ; Hajkova et al., ; Peterka et al., ). Since Sphagnum ‐rich fens started to occur more frequently in the second half of the Holocene (Kuhry, Nicholson, Gignac, Vitt, & Bayley, ; Gajewski, Viau, Sawada, Atkinson, & Wilson,; Väliranta et al., ) we expect that many hypothetically relict species are better adapted to brown‐moss than Sphagnum patches.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…These spatial effects largely coincide with the poor ability of some species, the hypothetically relict species, to disperse from old ancient fens to younger fens (Hájek et al, 2011;Hajkova et al, 2018;Peterka et al, 2018). Since Sphagnum-rich fens started to occur more frequently in the second half of the Holocene (Kuhry, Nicholson, Gignac, Vitt, & Bayley, 1993;Gajewski, Viau, Sawada, Atkinson, & Wilson,2001;Väliranta et al, 2017) we expect that many hypothetically relict species are better adapted to brown-moss than Sphagnum patches.…”
Section: Distinguishing Between the Effects Of Local Factors (Wtd Ph)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Rich and calcareous fens act as important biodiversity hotspots. Many species considered as a relict from late glacial and Early Holocene times occur here [351][352][353], and they are significantly associated with old fens initiating before the Middle Holocene [354]. Such fens are richer in plant specialists than younger ones, and when they are large enough, also in snail species [355].…”
Section: Mires (Peatlands): Fens and Bogsmentioning
confidence: 99%