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Influence du mélange pin-chêne sur la diversité locale des bryophytes

Abstract : Bryophyte diversity of oak (Quercus petraea)-pine (Pinus sylvestris) mixed stands was studied in comparison to pure oak or pine stands, concerning corticolous trunk species and humo-terricolous species around the trunk. At the tree level, oak trees support a higher diversity than pine trees. Tree species mixture has a positive effect on pine bryophyte richness, but no significant effect on oak bryophyte richness. At the stand level, pure pine stands are poorer in bryophyte species, and here is no significant difference between pure oak and mixed stands. However, the composition of bryophyte communities depends on tree species and stand type interaction. Consequently, bryophyte diversity should benefit from the presence of both pure and mixed stands at the landscape scale.
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Marion Gosselin, D. Fourcin, Yann Dumas, Frédéric Gosselin, Nathalie Korboulewsky, et al.. Influence du mélange pin-chêne sur la diversité locale des bryophytes. Les forêts mélangées : quel état des connaissances scientifiques ?, Jun 2015, Nogent-sur-Vernisson, France. pp.21. ⟨hal-02602449⟩



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