|Town/Region||Banja Luka , Čelinac, Prijedor, Prnjavor, Teslić|
|Country||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Date||16 May 2017|
The project should provide unique database on recent distribution of endemic and rare vascular plants of serpentine habitats in NW Bosnia with main objective to be used for proper assessment of threatened status of those species within territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Special attention will be paid on interesting flora of endemic Balkan grasslands (Polygonion albanicae, Halacsyetalia sendtneri) as well as endemic black pine forests on serpentines (Orno-Ericion serpentinicum, Erico-Pinetalia).
The field work will be carried out at all known serpentine sites with bare substrate on the surface (Rudine at Kozara Mt, Vrbanja near Banja Luka, Jošavka, Pribinić, Čečava, Ljubić Mt,Borja Mt and Velika Usora valley), because only bare substrate are inhabited by typical, endemic and rare, serpentine flora.
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