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20.07.17

“Protecting Thymes at Samarskaya Luka” Project: Uniqueness of the Molodеtsky mound of the national park "Samarskaya Luka"

"Molodetsky mound" is the most visited official tourist route of National Park. Its slopes are unique objects of nature - rocky steppe, where there are narrow local endemics, such as Thymus Zheguliensis. On this mountain top in total you can find over 200 species of plants, including rare and relics that have survived from the Ice Age.

List of 200 Рlants of Molodetsky mound NP "Samarskaya Luka"

Author: Kuznetsova Evgenia, School No. 162 Samara.

Work was held in the framework of the Project “Protecting Thymus at Samarskaya Luka”, which performed with the financial support of Arconic Foundation.

  1. Argusia sibirica (Argusia sibirica)
  2. Astra alpine (Aster alpinus L.)
  3. Astragalus helmii (Astragalus helmii)
  4. Astragalus zinger (Astragalus zingeri)
  5. Limestone limestone (Pimpinella titanophila Woronow)
  6. Hawthorn Volzhsky (Crataegus volgensis)
  7. Hawthorn greenfish (Crataegusc hlorocarpa)
  8. Beech binding (Phegopteris connectilis)
  9. Goose-bumper (Alyssum gymnopodium)
  10. Burachkin Lena (Alyssum lenense)
  11. Bushy bokotsvetkovaya (Buschia lateri flora)
  12. Valeriana of the Volga (Valeriana wolgensis)
  13. Valeriana tuberosa (Valeriana tuberosa)
  14. Valeriana Russian (Valeriana rossica)
  15. Cornflower Russian (Cenaurea ruthenika)
  16. Cornflower (Centaurea carbonata)
  17. Three-leaf watch (Menyantes trifoliata)
  18. Venerin is a real slipper (Cypripedium calceolus)
  19. Korzhinsky's Windmill (Anemonoides x korshinskyi)
  20. The Altaic Windmill (Anemonoides altaica)
  21. The poisonous milestone (Cicuta virosa)
  22. Cherry steppe (Cerasus fruticosa)
  23. The golden hair (Bupleurum aureum)
  24. The sickle-shaped woman (Bupleurum falcatum)
  25. The common wolfberry (Daphne mezereum)
  26. Hakelia drooping (Hackelia deflexa)
  27. Carnation Volga (Dianthus volgicus)
  28. Needle-bearing carnation (Dianthus acicularis)
  29. The real nest (Neottia nidus-avis)
  30. Carnation Andrzejewski (Dianthus andrzejowskianus)
  31. The holocaust of Robert (Gymnocarpium robertianum)
  32. The holocaustree is tripartite (Gymnocarpium dryopteris)
  33. The Gentian cruciate (Gentiana cruciata)
  34. Pulmonary Gentian (Gentiana pneumonanthe)
  35. Gentianella lingulata (Gentianella lingulata)
  36. Gorisvety spring (Adonis vernalis)
  37. Goritsvet Volzhsky (Adonis wolgensis)
  38. Grouse of the semilunar (Botrychium lunaria)
  39. Green leaf flower (Pyrola chlorantha)
  40. Round-leafed pear (Pyrola rotundifolia)
  41. Pyra small (Pyrola minor)
  42. Onion bulb onion (Gagea bulbi fera)
  43. Goose onion is amazing (Gagea mirabilis)
  44. The alpine alpine (Circea alpine)
  45. The two-petrel Parisian (Circea lutetiana)
  46. Diplasius Siberian (Diplazium sibiricum)
  47. Dremlik marsh (Epipactis palustris)
  48. Dremen of the winter (Epipactis helleborine)
  49. Dremlik dark red (Epipactis atrorubens)
  50. Sparganium minimum (Sparganium minimum)
  51. Vigilance almost cuneiform (Delphinium subcuneatum)
  52. Chiocyanum (Ajuga chia)
  53. St. John's Wort (Hypericum elegans)
  54. Wild strawberry green (Fragaria viridis)
  55. Umbilical umbellifera (Chimaphila umbellata)
  56. Large coil (Bistorta major)
  57. The snakehead Thyme flower (Dracocephalum thymiflorum)
  58. Willow rosemary (Valium rosmarinifolia)
  59. Siberian istad (Polygala sibirica)
  60. An ordinary buzzard (Scirpoides holoschenus)
  61. Caragana shrub (Caragana frutex)
  62. Kasatik airovidny (Iris pseudacorus)
  63. Kasatik low (Iris pumila)
  64. Siberian Whale (Iris sibirica)
  65. Katran rough (Crambe aspera)
  66. Kaulinia minor (Caulinia minor)
  67. Kachim Yuzepchuk (Gypsophila juzeppczukii)
  68. We pump the Zhigulevsky (Gypsophila zhiguliensis)
  69. Cotoneaster melanocarpus cotoneaster
  70. Clausia the sun-loving (Clausia aprica)
  71. Lupine clover (Trifolium lupinaster)
  72. Kovil Korzhinsky (Stipa korshinsky)
  73. Feather anomalous (Stipa anomalia)
  74. Feather grass beautiful (Stipa pulcherrima)
  75. Pike feather grass (Stipa pennata)
  76. Stampa taiga (Stipa tirsa)
  77. Kozelets of Austria (Scorzonera austriaca Willd.)
  78. Long-spined Kokushnik (Gymnadenia conopsea)
  79. The bell of Spigin (Campanula x sprygynii)
  80. Bellflower Siberian (Campanula sibirica L.)
  81. The bell of the Volga (Campanula wolgensis)
  82. Bell of deer (Campanula cervicaria)
  83. Bellflower broadleaf (Campanula latifolia)
  84. Hummock large-flowered (Hedysarum grandiflorum)
  85. The crocheted Tatar (Knautia tatarica)
  86. Lusatian kostenets (Asplenium lusaticum)
  87. The kostenets (Asplenium ruta-muraria)
  88. Boneken's Boneken (Bromopsis benekenii)
  89. The female athlete (Athyrium filix-femina)
  90. The yellow egg (Nuphar lutea)
  91. Common Cuckoo (Agrostemma githago)
  92. Water lily white (Nymphaea alba)
  93. Water lily purebred (Nymphaea candida)
  94. The European Bath (Trollius europaeus)
  95. Kupena fragrant (Polygonatum odoratum)
  96. Kurchavka Shrubby (Atraphaxis frutescens)
  97. Lazurnik trilobate (Laser trilobum)
  98. Sandpiper sandy (Potentilla arenaria)
  99. Leersia rice (Leersia oryzoides)
  100. Linen yellow (Linum flavum)
  101. Linen perennial (Linum perenne)
  102. Linen uralense (Linum uralense)
  103. Lilium martagon (Lilium martagon)
  104. Lychnis Chalcedony (Lychnis chalcedonica)
  105. Losnyak Loesel (Liparis loeselii)
  106. Onion globose (Allium globosum)
  107. Double-leafed lily (Platanthera bifolia)
  108. Long-leaved owl (Ranunculus lingua)
  109. Ragustulus cassubicus buttercup (Ranunculus cassubicus)
  110. Raspberry polyrhizos
  111. Ranunculus repens
  112. The Ljadvianets Zhigulevsky (Lotus zhegulensis)
  113. Two-leafed majolica (Maianthemum bifolium)
  114. An oval crust (Alchemilla nemoralis)
  115. Marena Tatar (Rubia tatarica)
  116. Common mammal (Echinops ritro)
  117. Marjannik meadow (Melampyrum pratense)
  118. The lungwort is soft (Pulmonaria mollis)
  119. The sea-lord of the seaside (Glaux maritima)
  120. The planner of Brown (Polystichum braunii)
  121. Juniperus sabina Juniperus
  122. Molokan oak grove (Lactuca chaixii)
  123. Euphorbia zhiguliensis (Euphorbia zhiguliensis)
  124. Spurge of the false-field (Euphorbia pseudagraria)
  125. Euphorbia falcata
  126. Euphorbia helioscopia
  127. Urine Euphorbia (Euphorbia uralensis)
  128. Meyer Meyer (Echinops meyeri)
  129. The mouse of the fur cap (Pedicularis dasystachys)
  130. Cobweb-spider web (Jurinea arachnoidea)
  131. The Ledebour headband (Jurinea ledebourii)
  132. Digitalis grandiflora (Digitalis grandiflora)
  133. Naiad maritime (Najas marina)
  134. Ovets Shellya (Helictotrichon schellianum)
  135. Ovets, pubescent (Helictotrichon pubescens)
  136. Ovets desert (Helictotrichon desertorum)
  137. Wolf fescue (Festuca wolgensis)
  138. High Fescue (Festuca altissima)
  139. Onosma simplest (Onosma simplicissima.)
  140. Osaka Arnell (Carex arnellii)
  141. Cirrus sheep (Carex ericetorum)
  142. Horny fistula (Carex lasiocarpa)
  143. Osaka double-row (Carex disticha)
  144. Osochka dolphoid (Carex pediformis C.A.Mey.)
  145. The Zhigulevsky Ophthalmologist (Hylotelephium zhiguliense)
  146. Tanacetum vulgare tansy
  147. The pomoynichok mocrychny (Elatine alsinastrum)
  148. Plantain cornuti (Plantago cornuti)
  149. Plantain major (Plantago major)
  150. Beef paddle (Hypopitys vulgaris)
  151. Wormwood wormwood (Artemisia salsoloides)
  152. Wormwood Austrian (Artemisia austriaca Jacq.)
  153. The small-flowered chamber (Parietaria micrantha)
  154. The prothornic one (Mercurialis perennis)
  155. Pulmonary open (Pulsatilla Pratensis)
  156. chamomile Kornukh-Trotsky (Anthemis trotzkiana Claus ex Bunge)
  157. Pollenhead red (Cephalanthera rubra)
  158. Elytrigia pruinifera
  159. Rdest multifoliate (Potamogeton gramineus)
  160. Rdest tupolitic (Potamogeton obtusifolius)
  161. The knollty knoll (Potamogeton nodosus)
  162. The hazel grouse Russian (Ryabchik Russian)
  163. Marshmallow swamp (Comarum palustre)
  164. Salvinia floating (Salvinia natans)
  165. The Serpent of Gmelin (Serratula gmelinii)
  166. Blue Cyanosis (Polemonium caeruleum)
  167. Gray hair (Syrenia cana)
  168. Scabiosa isetensis (Scabiosa isetensis)
  169. Smolka Bashkir (Silene baschkiroru)
  170. The sunflower Zhiguli (Helianthemum zheguliense)
  171. Sunflower monotonous (Helianthemum nummularium)
  172. Solonchik Crinitovid (Galatella linosyris)
  173. Solonchik angustifolia (Galatella angustifolia)
  174. Pine (Pinus sylvestris)
  175. Strautnik ordinary (Matteuccia struthiopteris)
  176. Teresken gray (Eurotia ceratoides)
  177. Tillay Vayian (Tillaea vaillantii)
  178. Thymus zigulensis (Thymus zheguliensis)
  179. Bearberry (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi)
  180. 'Gonkonog hardwood (Koeleria scleroph?lla)
  181. Tulipa Biebersteina (Tulipa biebersteiniana)
  182. Tulip oak (Tulipa quercetorum)
  183. Ushanka of the Bashkir (Otites baschkirorum)
  184. The Ferula tatarica (Ferula tatarica)
  185. Viola riviniana (Viola riviniana)
  186. The violet of the Don (Viola tanaitica)
  187. Ephedra Distachya
  188. Horsetail rough-toothed (Hippochaetex mackai)
  189. Chondrilla graminea
  190. Cinna broad leaf (Cinna latifolia)
  191. Sandstone (Helichrysum arenarium)
  192. Sage glue (Salvia officinalis)
  193. Globularia punctata (Globularia punctata)
  194. Shiverekiya Podolskaya (Schivereckia podolica)
  195. Sage steppe (Salvia tesquicola)
  196. Glazed tile (Gladiolus imbricatus)
  197. The hollow-core aspiration (Dictamnus gymnostylis)
  198. The Zhigulevskaya jasmine (Cerastium zhiguliense)
  199. The rocky rock (Asperula petraea)
  200. The scabbard is rough (Asperula exasperata)

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