Lichen biota of the park of the museum-reserve “Abramtsevo” (Moscow region)

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The article considers diversity of lichen biota as an indicator of the state of the Moscow region park communities. It is a case study of the park of the museum-reserve “Abramtsevo”. The study examined the species diversity. Taxonomic, ecological and sozological analyses of the investigated lichen biota have been carried out. On that basis, an assessment of the level of anthropogenic transformation of the lichen biota has been made. Recommendations are developed for the conservation of the habitats of rare lichen species in the park of the museum-reserve “Abramtsevo”.


About the authors

Evgeniya Eduardovna Muchnik

Institute of Forest Science, Russian Academy of Sciences (ILAN)

Author for correspondence.
Email: eugenia@lichenfield.com
21 Sovetskaya St., Uspenskoe, 143030, Odintsovo district, Moscow region, Russian Federation

Doctor of Biological Sciences, Associate Professor, Leading Researcher of the Ecology Laboratory of Deciduous Forests Institute of Forest Science, Russian Academy of Science

Diana Aleksandrovna Cherepenina

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: diana0075@mail.ru
8/5 Podolskoe shosse, Moscow, 113093, Russian Federation

Master Student of 2-year, Department of System Ecology of the Faculty of Ecology, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University).

Olga Evgenievna Polynova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: olgapolynova@yandex.ru
8/5 Podolskoe shosse, Moscow, 113093, Russian Federation

Candidate of Geographical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of System Ecology of the Faculty of Ecology, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University).

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