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Volume 86, 2014

Supplementary material for:
Roleček J., Čornej I. I. & Tokarjuk A. I. (2014): Understanding the extreme species richness of semi-dry grasslands in east-central Europe: a comparative approach. – Preslia 86: 13–34.
Taxonomical concepts and nomenclature, relevé and full frequency table, dendrogram of cluster analysis and analysis of affinity between grasslands:
Appendices 1–4 (pdf 184K)
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Volume 85, 2013

Supplementary material for:
Hofmann M., Bütof A., Welk E. & Bruelheide H. (2013): Relationship between fundamental and realized niches in terms of frost and drought resistance. – Preslia 85: 1–17.
Distribution maps of investigated species and list of databases used for distribution dataset:
Appendices 1–9 (pdf 245K)
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Supplementary material for:
Krahulcová A., Trávníček B. & Šarhanová P. (2013): Karyological variation in the genus Rubus, subgenus Rubus: new data from the Czech Republic and synthesis of the current knowledge of European species. – Preslia 85: 19–39.
Ploidy level of species of Rubus subgen. Rubus in Europe:
Appendix 1 (pdf 65K)
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Supplementary material for:
Follak S., Dullinger S., Kleinbauer I., Moser D. & Essl F. (2013): Invasion dynamics of three allergenic invasive Asteraceae (Ambrosia trifida, Artemisia annua, Iva xanthiifolia) in central and eastern Europe. – Preslia 85: 41–61.
Distribution maps of investigated species and data sources for distribution records:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 1014K)
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Supplementary material for:
Lepší M., Lepší P., Sádlo J., Koutecký P., Vít P. & Petřík P. (2013): Sorbus pauca species nova, the first endemic species of the Sorbus hybrida group for the Czech Republic. – Preslia 85: 63–80.
Phytosociological relevés with Sorbus pauca:
Appendix 1 (pdf 130K)
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Kučera J., Turis P., Zozomová-Lihová J. & Slovák M. (2013): Cyclamen fatrense, myth or true Western Carpathian endemic? Genetic and morphological evidence. – Preslia 85: 133–158.
Locality details, and DNA ploidy level and absolute DNA content of investigated plants:
Appendix 1 (pdf 105K)
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Krahulcová A., Krahulec F., Bräutigam S. & Chrtek J. Jr. (2013): Chromosome numbers and reproductive systems of selected representatives of Pilosella from the Krkonoše Mts (the Sudetes Mts). Part 3. – Preslia 85: 179–192.
Images of selected plants:
Appendix 1 (pdf 1421K)
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Supplementary material for:
Takács A., Schmotzer A., Jakab G., Deli T., Mesterházy A., Király G., Lukács B. A., Balázs B., Perić R., Eliáš P. jun., Sramkó G., Tökölyi J. & Molnár V. A. (2013): Key environmental variables affecting the distribution of Elatine hungarica in the Pannonian Basin. – Preslia 85: 193–207.
Recent and historical localities of Elatine hungarica:
Appendix 1 (pdf 167K)
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Hájková P., Jamrichová E., Horsák M. & Hájek M. (2013): Holocene history of a Cladium mariscus-dominated calcareous fen in Slovakia: vegetation stability and landscape development. – Preslia 85: 289–315.
Classification of pollen taxa into groups used in synoptic diagram and images of spores of Sporomiella and of pollen grains of Cladium mariscus:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 178K)
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Dítě D., Hájek M., Hájková P. & Eliáš P. Jr. (2013): The occurrence of the relict plant, Trichophorum pumilum, in the Western Carpathians in the context of its distribution and ecology in Eurasia. – Preslia 85: 333–348.
List of localities of Trichophorum pumilum and DCA ordinations of phytosociological relevés:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 116K)
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Supplementary material for:
Hettenbergerová E., Hájek M., Zelený D., Jiroušková J. & Mikulášková E. (2013): Changes in species richness and species composition of vascular plants and bryophytes along a moisture gradient. – Preslia 85: 369–388.
Descriptive statistic of all variables, principal component analysis of environmental data, relationship between species density and measured variables, and species names:
Appendices 1–4 (pdf 38K)
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Supplementary material for:
Király G., Trávníček B. & Žíla V. (2013): Revision of Rubus ser. Micantes occurring in Hungary and re-evaluation of the neglected Rubus balatonicus. – Preslia 78: 505–526.
Images and distribution data of Rubus ser. Micantes:
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 6660K)
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Volume 84, 2012

Supplementary material for:
Pyšek P., Danihelka J., Sádlo J., Chrtek J. Jr., Chytrý M., Jarošík V., Kaplan Z., Krahulec F., Moravcová L., Pergl J., Štajerová K. & Tichý L. (2012): Catalogue of alien plants of the Czech Republic (2nd edition): checklist update, taxonomic diversity and invasion patterns. – Preslia 84: 155–255.
Nomenclatural and taxonomic changes compared to previous version of catalogue:
Appendix 1 (pdf 17K)
Hybrid formulas for hybrids:
Appendix 2 (pdf 39K)
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Supplementary material for:
Medvecká J., Kliment J., Májeková J., Halada Ľ., Zaliberová M., Gojdičová E., Feráková V. & Jarolímek I. (2012): Inventory of the alien flora of Slovakia. – Preslia 84: 257–309.
Literature used for producing DASS database:
Appendix 1 (pdf 540K)
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Supplementary material for:
Dančák M., Duchoslav M. & Trávníček B. (2012): Taxonomy and cytogeography of the Molinia caerulea complex in central Europe. – Preslia 84: 351–374.
List of localities, sampling details, DNA-ploidy levels and chromosome numbers:
Appendix 1 (pdf 145K)
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Supplementary material for:
Kaplan Z. (2012): Flora and phytogeography of the Czech Republic. – Preslia 84: 505–573.
Map of phytogeographical division of the Czech Republic, showing position of phytogeographical regions, provinces, districts and subdistricts:
Appendix 1 (pdf 6302K)
Map of phytogeographical division of the Czech Republic, showing position of phytogeographical districts and subdistricts plotted on topographic base map:
Appendix 2 (pdf 8114K)
Names and codes of phytogeographical units of the phytogeographical division of the Czech Republic:
Appendix 3 (pdf 90K)
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Supplementary material for:
Grulich V. (2012): Red List of vascular plants of the Czech Republic: 3rd edition. – Preslia 84: 631–645.
Taxa included in the Red List of vascular plants of the flora of the Czech Republic:
Appendix 1 (pdf 268K)
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Supplementary material for:
Danihelka J., Chrtek J. Jr. & Kaplan Z. (2012): Checklist of vascular plants of the Czech Republic. – Preslia 84: 647–811.
List of families and their codes used in Appendix 1:
Appendix 1 (pdf 276K)
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Supplementary material for:
Hemrová L. & Münzbergová Z. (2012): Identification of suitable unoccupied habitats: direct versus an indirect approach. – Preslia 84: 925–937.
Correlation matrix of habitat characteristics assembled for dry acidic grassland habitats:
Appendix 1 (pdf 10K)
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Volume 83, 2011

Supplementary material for:
Hájková P., Roleček J., Hájek M., Horsák M., Fajmon K., Polák M. & Jamrichová E. (2011): Prehistoric origin of the extremely species-rich semi-dry grasslands in the Bílé Karpaty Mts (Czech Republic and Slovakia). – Preslia 83: 185–204.
Map of distribution of species-rich semi-dry grasslands and prehistoric archeological records:
Appendix 1 (pdf 277K)
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Supplementary material for:
Daneck H., Abraham V., Fér T. & Marhold K. (2011): Phylogeography of Lonicera nigra in Central Europe inferred from molecular and pollen evidence. – Preslia 83: 237–257.
Sites with pollen records:
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 88K)
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Supplementary material for:
de Bello F., Doležal J., Ricotta C. & Klimešová J. (2011): Plant clonal traits, coexistence and turnover in East Ladakh, Trans-Himalaya. – Preslia 83: 315–327.
List of traits used to differentiate various clonal growth forms and PCA of different environmental factors:
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 113K)
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Supplementary material for:
Schamp B., Hettenbergerová E. & Hájek M. (2011): Testing community assembly predictions for nominal and continuous plant traits in species-rich grasslands. – Preslia 83: 29–346.
Species-level plant traits, Mean percentage of species missing trait data and their impact, and Trait dispersion analyses:
Appendices 1–7 (pdf 149K)
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Supplementary material for:
Klimešová J., Janeček Š., Horník J. & Doležal J. (2011): Effect of the method of assessing and weighting abundance on the interpretation of the relationship between plant clonal traits and meadow management. – Preslia 83: 437–453.
Locality details, Recorded plant species, and Tolerance values and Pearson correlation coefficients between plant traits:
Appendices 1–3 (pdf 94K)
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Supplementary material for:
Šafářová L., Duchoslav M., Jandová M. & Krahulec F. (2011): Allium oleraceum in Slovakia: cytotype distribution and ecology. – Preslia 83: 513–527.
List of localities of populations included in analysis:
Appendix 1 (pdf 154K)
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Volume 82, 2010

Supplementary material for:
Kubešová M., Moravcová L., Suda J., Jarošík V. & Pyšek P. (2010): Naturalized plants have smaller genomes than their non-invading relatives: a flow cytometric analysis of the Czech alien flora. – Preslia 82: 81–96.
List of localities of plants used for cytometric analysis:
Appendix 1 (pdf 93K)
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Supplementary material for:
Suda J., Trávníček P., Mandák B. & Berchová-Bímová K. (2010): Genome size as a marker for identifying the invasive alien taxa in Fallopia section Reynoutria. – Preslia 82: 97–106.
Geographic origin of Fallopia samples and results of flow cytometric analyses:
Appendix 1 (pdf 136K)
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Supplementary material for:
Šafářová L. & Duchoslav M. (2010): Cytotype distribution in mixed populations of polyploid Allium oleraceum measured at a microgeographic scale. – Preslia 82: 107–126.
Maps of spatial distributions of cytotypes at investigated sites:
Appendix 1 (pdf 824K)
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Supplementary material for:
Dušková E., Kolář F., Sklenář P., Rauchová J., Kubešová M., Fér T., Suda J. & Marhold K. (2010): Genome size correlates with growth form, habitat and phylogeny in the Andean genus Lasiocephalus (Asteraceae). – Preslia 82: 127–148.
Locality details and number of analyzed individuals:
Appendix 1 (pdf 66K)
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Supplementary material for:
Trávníček P., Eliášová A. & Suda J. (2010): The distribution of cytotypes of Vicia cracca in Central Europe: the changes that have occurred over the last four decades. – Preslia 82: 149–163.
Locality and collector details, numbers of analyzed plants and DNA ploidy levels:
Appendix 1 (pdf 312K)
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Supplementary material for:
Dúbravková D., Chytrý M., Willner W., Illyés E., Janišová M. & Kállayné Szerényi J. (2010): Dry grasslands in the Western Carpathians and the northern Pannonian Basin: a numerical classification. – Preslia 82: 165–221.
List of species which were merged to aggregates or broadly defined taxa:
Appendix 1 (pdf 18K)
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Volume 81, 2009

Supplementary material for:
Danihelka J., Niklfeld H. & Šípošová H. (2009): Viola elatior, V. pumila and V. stagnina in Austria, Czechia and Slovakia: a story of decline. – Preslia 81: 151–171.
List of revised herbarium specimens (Appendix 1) and Relationships between climate and distribution pattern (Appendix 2):
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 340K)
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Supplementary material for:
Illyés E., Bauer N. & Botta-Dukát Z. (2009): Classification of semi-dry grassland vegetation in Hungary. – Preslia 81: 239–260.
Sample relevés of the associations:
Appendix 1 (pdf 129K)
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Supplementary material for:
Karlík P. & Poschlod P. (2009): History or abiotic filter: which is more important in determining the species composition of calcareous grasslands? – Preslia 81: 321–340.
Synoptic table of the original floristic data:
Appendix 1 (pdf 34K)
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Supplementary material for:
Štajerová K., Šmilauerová M. & Šmilauer P. (2009): Arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis of herbaceous invasive neophytes in the Czech Republic. – Preslia 81: 341–355.
List of selected characteristics of all sampling sites (Appendix 1) and List of the AMF intensity for studied species:
Appendices 1–2 (pdf 97K)
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Supplementary material for:
Gregor T. (2009): The distribution of Galeopsis ladanum in Germany based on an analysis of herbarium material is smaller than that indicated in plant atlases. – Preslia 81: 377–386.
List of herbarium vouchers of Galeopsis ladanum:
Appendix 1 (pdf 153K)
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Volume 80, 2008

Supplementary material for:
Török P., Matus G., Papp M. & Tóthmérész B. (2008): Secondary succession in overgrazed Pannonian sandy grasslands. – Preslia 80: 73–85.
Temporal change of successional dominants during the study period:
Appendix 1 (pdf 61K)
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Supplementary material for:
Lambdon P. W., Pyšek P., Basnou C., Hejda M., Arianoutsou M., Essl F., Jarošík V., Pergl J., Winter M., Anastasiu P., Andriopoulos P., Bazos I., Brundu G., Celesti-Grapow L., Chassot P., Delipetrou P., Josefsson M., Kark S., Klotz S., Kokkoris Y., Kühn I., Marchante H., Perglová I., Pino J., Vila M., Zikos A., Roy D. & Hulme P. E. (2008): Alien flora of Europe: species diversity, temporal trends, geographical patterns and research needs. – Preslia 80: 101–149.
References for data sources used in Table 1:
Appendix 1 (pdf 113K)
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Supplementary material for:
Klimešová J. & Klimeš L. (2008): Clonal growth diversity and bud banks of plants in the Czech flora: an evaluation using the CLO-PLA3 database. – Preslia 80: 255–275.
Details on origin of the data in the CLO-PLA 3 database (Appendices 1, 2 and 4), and Comparison of different classifications of clonal growth organs (Appendix 3):
Appendices 1–4 (pdf 18K)
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Supplementary material for:
Bastl M., Burian M., Kučera J., Prach K., Rektoris L. & Štech M. (2008): Central European pine bogs changing along an altitudinal gradient. – Preslia 80: 349–363.
Phytosociological relevés (10 × 10 m) from the peat bogs studied:
Appendix 1 (pdf 57K)
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Supplementary material for:
Götzenberger L., Kühn I. & Klotz S. (2008): Effects of habitat disturbance and pollination type on the interspecific variation in pollen-ovule ratios. – Preslia 80: 423–437.
Phylogenetic tree of studied species:
Appendix 1 (pdf 574K)
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Volume 78, 2006

Supplementary material for:
Mráz P. & Paule J. (2006): Experimental hybridization in the genus Hieracium s. str.: crosses between diploid taxa. – Preslia 78: 1–26.
Colour version of images:
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Supplementary material for:
Dítě D., Navrátilová J., Hájek M., Valachovič M. & Pukajová D. (2006): Habitat variability and classification of Utricularia communities: comparison of peat depressions in Slovakia and the Třeboň basin. – Preslia 78: 331–343.
Full phytosociological table, geographical position and coordinates of the relevés, and header data:
Appendix 1 (xls 213K)
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