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Article name ADDITIONS TO THE VASCULAR PLANT FLORA OF THE KARADAG STATE NATURE RESERVE (CRIMEA)
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Valentina V. Fateryga, Senior Researcher of the T.I. Vyazemsky Karadag Scientific Station – Nature Reserve of RAS (Nauki Street, 24, Kurortnoye, Feodosiya, 298188, Russia); e-mail: valentina_vt@mail.ru
Alexander V. Fateryga, Senior Researcher of the T.I. Vyazemsky Karadag Scientific Station – Nature Reserve of RAS (Nauki Street, 24, Kurortnoye, Feodosiya, 298188, Russia); e-mail: fater_84@list.ru

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Fateryga V.V., Fateryga A.V. 2019. Additions to the vascular plant flora of the Karadag State Nature Reserve (Crimea). Nature Conservation Research 4(2): 67–82. http://dx.doi.org/10.24189/ncr.2019.017

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DOI https://dx.doi.org/10.24189/ncr.2019.017
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A review of 80 vascular plant taxa is given. There are 47 species and subspecies (including five hybrids) added to the flora of the Karadag State Nature Reserve (Crimean Peninsula). Among them, 29 taxa have been reported from the Karadag Mountains for the first time and the 18 remaining taxa have already been listed in different references. At the same time, 20 taxa were excluded from the flora of the Karadag State Nature Reserve. Among them, 12 were previously identified incorrectly. The other eight taxa were excluded because they were synonymised with other species. We corrected the identification of 13 taxa. The present estimation of the Karadag State Nature Reserve flora is 1200 species and subspecies of vascular plants (including 13 hybrids). However, records of many species are not reliably confirmed by herbarium specimens or photographs. The Flora of the Karadag State Nature Reserve includes 117 protected species, of which 116 species are included in the Red Data Book of the Republic of Crimea and 39 species in the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation. One of the species protected in the Crimea, Scabiosa praemontana (Caprifoliaceae), has been reported for the first time from the Karadag State Nature Reserve. Fumaria parviflora (Papaveraceae) has been reported for the first time from the Crimea. We discussed the issue of the subspecies rank in the floristic lists of the Karadag State Nature Reserve and the whole Crimea.

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angiosperm plants, Black Sea coastal area, inventory of flora, Protected Area

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Received: 12.12.2018. Revised: 19.02.2019. Accepted: 10.03.2019.

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