Biodiversity Science ›› 2000, Vol. 08 ›› Issue (1): 50-59.doi: 10.17520/biods.2000007

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A study on bryophytes diversity in the main ecosystems in Changbai Mountain

CAO Tong, GUO Shui-Liang   

  1. 1) Institute of Applied Ecology , the Chinese Academy of Sciences , Shenyang  110015
    2) College of Life and Environmental Science , Zhejiang Normal University , Jinhua 321004
  • Received:1999-01-04 Revised:2000-01-11 Online:2000-02-20
  • GUO Shui-Liang

There are 469 species of bryophytes (including 32 taxa under species) belonging to 179 genera and 65 families in Mt . Changhai. The species richness ranged from the highest to the lowest as saxicolous bryophytes , saprophytic bryophytes , epiphytic bryophytes , soil and humus bryophytes and peat , marsh and water bryophytes. For soil and humus bryophytes , the species richness is highest in dark conifer forest ,Shannon index is highest in L arix olgensis- bogs and dark conifer forest . The species richness and Shannon index for saprophytic bryophytes are highest in the dark conifer forest , and those for epiphtic bryophytes are highest in both the dark conifer forest and the transitive forest between Pinus koraiensis borad-leaved mixed forest and dark conifer forest . Qualitative analyses showed that altitude , canopy density , soil acidity , soil water content and richness of rotten wood in the forest could be the important environmental factors influencing the diversity of bryophytes. Among them , the humidity and canopy density rank the first .

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