Lapshina E.D.1, Korotkikh N.N.2, Bespalova T.L.2, Ganasevich G.N.1 2019. The moss flora of the Nature Park “Kondinskie ozera” (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District, Western Siberia) // Arctoa. Vol. 28: 46-57 [in English].

1 – Yugra State University, Khanty-Mansiysk, Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District, 628012 Russia; e-mail:

2 – Nature Park “Kondinskie ozera”, Sovietskiy, Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District, 628242 Russia; e-mail

KEYWORDS: bryoflora, mosses, Sphagnum, ecology, protected nature territories.

ABSTRACT. The article presents the results of long-term investigation and inventory of the moss flora in the territory of the Nature Park “Kondinskie ozera” (Konda Lakes) named after L.F. Stashkevich (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District – Yugra, West Siberia – 60°54’N, 63°30’E). Observations by the author and archive records since 2001 are summarized. In total, 114 species of mosses were indentified for the study area; more than one-third of them (30 species) are Sphagnum mosses. 22 species are indicated for the territory of Nature Park for the first time. Bryum cyclophyllum, Dichelyma capillaceum, Dicranum  septentrionale, Mnium thomsonii, Sphagnum annulatum, S. mirum, S. subfulvum, and S. tenellum are rare for the whole of West Siberia. An annotated list of mosses is compiled based on identification of ca. 2000 specimens; it includes the occurrence of species within the Nature Park as well as their ecological and phytocenotic preferences.

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doi 10.15298/arctoa.28.06