Dyachenko A.P.1, Vasina A.L.2, Gavrilov M.I.2 1995. [Moss flora of the Malaya Sosva State Reserve (West Siberia)] // Arctoa. Vol.5: 35–38 [in Russian, with English summary].
1 Geоgraphic-Biological Faculty, Urals’s State Pedagogical University, Ekaterinburg, GSP-135, 620219, Russia
2 Malaja Sosva State Reserve, Lenina, 46, Sovetskij, Tjumenskaya Province, 627740, Russia.
KEYWORDS: check-list, bryophytes, West Siberia, trans-Urals, biodiversity, phytogeography, Malaya Sosva State Nature Reserve.
ABSTRACT. The Malaja Sosva State Reserve is situated in the northwestern part of Western Siberia (61° 50' - 62° 43' N, 63° 45' - 64° 45' E) and occupies area of 92 900 hectares. Moss flora of the reserve includes 111 moss species, comprising mostly boreal elements. Most species are widespread in Western Siberia; rare species are marked in the list by asterisk.