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Experience of transplanting a population of a red book plant species in the conditions of the beginning of reconstruction works in the protected area of the oil pipeline

T.А. Trifonova, A.А. Martsev, O.G. Selivanov, O.V. Saveliev
Section: Population ecology
The article highlights the experience of transplanting Anemone nemorosa L. listed in the Red Book of Vladimir Region as a rare species (status category 3). A special feature of this work is the transplantation of A. nemorosa in the autumn period, in connection with the beginning of the reconstruction works in the protected zone of the oil pipeline at the place of A. nemorosa natural growth. To further preserve the native population of A. nemorosa in natural conditions, a new transplant site was chosen which is close in ecological and phytocenotic conditions to the place of natural growth and does not fall into the zone of reconstruction works. The work was coordinated with the relevant state environmental organizations. The article provides data on the geobotanical description of the source and recipient habitats of A. nemorosa, presents the results of chemical analysis of soils, assesses the viability of transplanted plants, and describes step-bystep the method of transplanting this type of plant. Over the next two years, spring phenological observations showed that A. nemorosa successfully underwent an autumn transplant and adapted to a new location. Monitoring studies have confirmed the stability of the formed artificial population of A. nemorosa, which is an important factor for self-renewal of the population, conservation of the biological diversity of rare and endangered plants, and the integrity of the ecosystem of this territory. The developed technique for transplanting Anemone nemorosa in late autumn allows, in some cases, to push the time limits for translocation of rare and endangered plant species, and to preserve valuable populations in the cases of a real anthropogenic impact.
Keywords: Anemone nemorosa, anthropogenic transformation, oil pipeline, rare and endangered species, translocation
Article published in number 3 for 2021
DOI: 10.25750/1995-4301-2021-3-140-146
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