Платонова Е. А., Тимохина Т. А., Кабонен А. В. INDEX SPORARUM ET SEMINUM 2019. BOTANIC GARDEN OF PETROZAVODSK STATE UNIVERSITY // Hortus bot. 2019. Т. 14, URL: http://hb.karelia.ru/journal/article.php?id=6725. DOI: 10.15393/j4.art.2019.6725


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INDEX SPORARUM ET SEMINUM 2019. BOTANIC GARDEN OF PETROZAVODSK STATE UNIVERSITY

Платонова
Елена Анатольевна
Петрозаводский государственный университет,
пр. Ленина, 33, Петрозаводск, 185910, Россия
meles@sampo.ru
Тимохина
Татьяна Алексеевна
Петрозаводский государственный университет,
пр.Ленина, 33, Петрозаводск, 185910, Россия
garden@psu.karelia.ru
Кабонен
Алексей Валерьевич
Петрозаводский государственный университет,
пр.Ленина, 33, Петрозаводск, 185910, Россия
alexkabonen@mail.ru
Ключевые слова:
in situ, ex situ, список семян, генетические ресурсы
Аннотация: Список семян дикорастущих и культивируемых растений, собранных в 2018-19 годах в Ботаническом саду ПетрГУ и Южной Карелии
Получена: 03 декабря 2019 года
Подписана к печати: 19 декабря 2019 года

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Botanical Garden of Petrozavodsk State University is one of the northern gardens of Russia. It is located in the mid-taiga subzone of the European taiga and in climatic conditions that correspond to zone 4. Karelia’s climate is temperate continental with some features of the marine influence. The climate is characterized by mild winters, short, cool summers, significant cloud cover, and unstable weather conditions during the entire year. The average air temperature is 3º C. The region is characterized by excessive humidity, its dampness due to relatively little incoming heat and well-developed cyclonic activity during the seasons. The precipitation is 750 mm per year.

The large area of ​​the Botanical garden (367 hectares) allows both to contain collections of plants ex situ and to preserve plants in their natural habitats (in-situ). The garden is located in a picturesque ridge landscape, which is formed by the ancient rocks of the Proterozoic age of 2 bln years. The soils are thin, mainly sandy loam with an acid reaction. Large nature zone (330 ha) occupied by forests (80 %), meadows (15 %), rocks and little swamps, where 400 species of vascular plants grow in-situ.

Main collection departments of the Botanic Garden are arboretum, the collection of perennials and collection of fruit and berry plants. The present collections and exposures include more than 2200 species, subspecies, varieties, forms and cultivars growing ex-situ.

The Botanic Garden of Petrozavodsk State University has been exchanging seeds for more than half a century. Many plants of modern collections came to the garden thanks to the support of colleagues from various botanical organizations of the world. We take this opportunity to thank you for your cooperation and look forward to continuing our common work on the conservation, study of plants and environmental education.

Geographical data: 

Longitude: 34° 24 " East; Latitude: 61 ° 50 " North; altitude about sea level: 34 - 122 m.

Climate:

Fig.1. Climatic conditions of the Botanical Garden of PetrSU for the last two years when the seeds were collected.

 Seeds:

The seeds from the garden have had open pollination, hybridization is therefore possible.

Na – spores and seeds collected from natural habitats.

Spores and seeds were collected in 2018-2019 by E.Platonova, A.Kabonen, T.Timohina.

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Family Species Locality Year of collection
1 ADOXACEAE Viburnum lantana L.   2019
2   Viburnum opulus L.   2019
3   Viburnum sargentii Koehne   2019
4 ALISMATACEAE Sagittaria sagittifolia L. Na* 2018
5   Sagittaria sagittifolia L. Na* 2019
6 APIACEAE Chaerophyllum aromaticum L.   2019
7   Eryngium planum L.   2018
8   Eryngium planum L.   2019
9   Myrrhis odorata (L.) Scop. Na 2018
10 ASPARAGACEAE Asparagus officinalis L.   2019
11   Convallaria majalis L. Na 2018
12   Convallaria majalis L.   2018
13   Hosta sieboldiana (Hook.) Engl.   2018
14   Muscari latifolium J.Kirk   2019
15   Muscari latifolium 'Grape Ice'   2019
16 ASPHODELACEAE Hemerocallis middendorffii Trautv. & C.A.Mey.   2019
17 ASTERACEAE Arnica lanceolata Nutt.   2019
18   Buphthalmum salicifolium L.   2019
19   Cyanus cheiranthifolius (Willd.) Soják   2019
20   Cyanus montanus (L.) Hill   2019
21   Eupatorium cannabinum L.   2018
22   Eupatorium cannabinum L.   2019
23   Gnaphalium sylvaticum L. Na 2019
24   Hieracium aurantiacum L.   2018
25   Hieracium penduliforme (Dahlst.) Johanss. Na 2019
26   Hieracium vulgare Tausch Na* 2019
27   Hieracium villosum Jacq.   2019
28   Ligularia dentata (A.Gray) Hara   2018
29   Ligularia sibirica (L.) Cass.   2018
30   Ligularia sibirica (L.) Cass.   2019
31   Pyrethrum corymbosum (L.) Scop.   2018
32   Pyrethrum corymbosum (L.) Scop.   2019
33   Solidago virgaurea L.   2019
34   Tanacetum vulgare 'Crispum'   2018
35 BERBERIDACEAE Berberis canadensis Mill.   2019
36   Berberis integerrima Bunge   2019
37   Berberis vulgaris 'Atropurpurea'   2018
38   Berberis thunbergii DC.   2019
39 BETULACEAE Betula pendula var. carelica (Merckl.) Hämet-Ahti   2019
40 BRASSICACEAE Alyssum wulfenianum Benth. ex Willd.   2019
41 CAMPANULACEAE Campanula alliariifolia Willd.   2018
42   Campanula alliariifolia Willd.   2019
43   Campanula latifolia f. alba Voss   2019
44   Campanula patula L. Na 2018
45   Campanula punctata Lam.   2018
46   Campanula punctata Lam.   2019
47   Campanula thyrsoides L.   2018
48   Campanula thyrsoides L.   2019
49   Jasione montana L.   2019
50   Phyteuma nigrum F.W.Schmidt   2019
51   Phyteuma sieberi Spreng.   2019
52 CAPRIFOLIACEAE Lonicera alpigena L.   2019
53   Patrinia rupestris (Pall.) Dufr.   2019
54   Symphoricarpos albus (L.) S.F.Blake   2018
55   Scabiosa japonica Miq.   2019
56 CARYOPHYLLACEAE Dianthus amurensis Jacques   2019
57   Dianthus amurensis 'Imago'   2019
58   Dianthus arenarius L.   2018
59   Dianthus barbatus 'Holborn Glory'   2019
60   Dianthus deltoides L.   2018
61             Dianthus giganteus subsp. banaticus (Heuff.) Tutin   2018
62   Dianthus giganteus subsp. banaticus (Heuff.) Tutin   2019
63   Dianthus petraeus Waldst. & Kit.   2019
64   Dianthus plumarius L.   2019
65   Minuartia laricifolia (L.) Schinz&Thell.   2018
66   Minuartia laricifolia (L.) Schinz&Thell.   2019
67   Silene alpestris Jacq.   2018
68   Silene chalcedonica (L.) E.H.L.Krause   2018
69   Silene flos-jovis 'Nana'   2018
70   Silene flos-jovis 'Nana'   2019
71   Silene viscaria (L.) Jess. Na 2019
72 CELASTRACEAE Euonymus europaeus L.   2019
73   Parnassia palustris L. Na* 2019
74 CISTACEAE Helianthemum arcticum (Grosser) Janch.   2019
75   Helianthemum nummularium (L.) Mill.   2019
76 COLCHICACEAE Colchicum autumnale L.   2019
77 CRASSULACEAE Phedimus selskianus (Regel &Maack) 't Hart   2018
78   Phedimus selskianus (Regel &Maack) 't Hart   2019
79   Rhodiola kirilowii (Regel) Maxim.   2019
80   Sedum kamtschaticum Fisch.   2019
81   Sedum spurium 'Coccineum'   2019
82 CUPRESSACEAE Thuja occidentalis L.   2019
83 CYPERACEAE Carex leporina L. Na 2019
84 DRYOPTERIDACEAE Dryopteris carthusiana (Vill.) H.P. Fuchs Na 2019
85   Dryopteris filix-mas (L.) Schott Na 2019
86   Polystichum setiferum (Forssk.) Moore ex Woyn. 2019
87 FABACEAE Caragana arborescens Lam.   2019
88   Caragana boisii C.K.Schneid.   2018
89   Caragana frutex (L.) K.Koch   2019
90   Chamaecytisus ruthenicus (Fischer ex Woloszczak) Klásk.   2019
91   Lathyrus sylvestris L.   2018
92   Lathyrus vernus (L.) Bernh. Na 2019
93   Lembotropis nigricans (L.) Griseb.   2018
94   Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl.   2019
95 GERANIACEAE Geranium macrorrhizum L.   2019
96   Geranium sanguineum L.   2019
97   Geranium sylvaticum L. Na 2019
98 HYDRANGEACEAE Hydrangea cinerea Small   2019
99 HYPERICACEAE Hypericum maculatum Crantz   2019
100 IRIDACEAE Iris graminea L.   2019
101   Iris halophila Pall.   2019
102   Iris halophila var. sogdiana (Bunge) Grubov   2018
103   Iris ruthenica Ker Gawl.   2019
104   Iris setosa Pall. ex Link   2018
105   Iris sibirica L.   2018
106   Iris sibirica L.   2019
107   Iris versicolor L.   2018
108   Iris versicolor 'Kermesina'   2018
109 JUNCACEAE           Luzula nivea (Nathh.) DC.   2018
110   Luzula nivea (Nathh.) DC.   2019
111 LAMIACEAE Clinopodium nepeta (L.) Kuntze   2018
112   Clinopodium nepeta (L.) Kuntze   2019
113   Hyssopus officinalis L.   2018
114   Hyssopus officinalis L.   2019
115   Lavandula angustifolia Mill.   2019
116   Origanum vulgare L.   2018
117   Phlomoides tuberosa (L.) Moench   2018
118   Phlomoides tuberosa (L.) Moench   2019
119   Physostegia virginiana (L.) Benth.   2018
120   Prunella vulgaris subsp. asiatica (Nakai) H.Hara   2018
121   Salvia glutinosa L.   2018
122   Stachys byzantina K.Koch   2018
123   Stachys macrantha (K.Koch) Stearn   2018
124   Stachys macrantha (K.Koch) Stearn   2019
125   Stachys officinalis (L.) Trevis   2018
126 MALVACEAE Lavatera thuringiaca L.   2018
127 NYMPHAEACEAE Nuphar lutea (L.) Sm. Na* 2019
128 ONOCLEACEAE Matteuccia struthiopteris (L.) Tod.   2019
129 PAEONIACEAE Paeonia anomala L.   2018
130   Paeonia anomala L.   2019
131   Paeonia lactiflora Pall.   2019
132   Paeonia daurica subsp. macrophylla (Albov) D.Y.Hong   2018
133   Paeonia daurica subsp. macrophylla (Albov) D.Y.Hong   2019
134 PAPAVERACEAE Chelidonium majus L. Na 2019
135 PHYTOLACCACEAE Phytolacca esculenta Van Houtte   2018
136 PINACEAE Abies concolor (Gordon) Lindl. ex Hildebr.   2019
137   Picea abies (L.) H.Karst.   2019
138   Picea glauca (Moench) Voss   2019
139   Pinus pumila (Pall.) Regel   2019
140   Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco   2019
141 PLANTAGINACEAE Digitalis ciliata Trautv.   2018
142   Digitalis lanata Ehrh.   2019
143   Digitalis lutea L.   2018
144   Penstemon hirsutus (L.) Willd.   2018
145   Penstemon hirsutus (L.) Willd.   2019
146   Penstemon procerus Douglas ex Graham   2019
147   Plantago maritima L. Na 2019
148   Veronica austriaca subsp. teucrium (L.) D.A.Webb   2018
149   Veronica austriaca subsp. teucrium (L.) D.A.Webb   2019
150   Veronica spicata subsp. incana (L.) Walters   2018
151   Veronicastrum virginicum (L.) Farw.   2018
152 POACEAE Anthoxanthum odoratum L. Na 2018
153   Melica ciliata L.   2019
154   Melica nutans L. Na 2019
155   Milium effusum L. Na* 2019
156 PRIMULACEAE Lysimachia punctata L.   2018
157   Primula auricula L.   2019
158   Primula matthioli (L.) K.Richt.   2018
159   Primula matthioli (L.) K.Richt.   2019
160 PTERIDACEAE Adiantum pedatum L.   2019
161 RANUNCULACEAE Aconitum napellus L.   2018
162   Aconitum napellus L.   2019
163   Caltha palustris L. Na 2019
164   Clematis recta 'Purpurea'   2018
165   Ranunculus acris L. Na* 2019
166   Ranunculus montanus Willd.   2019
167   Thalictrum aquilegiifolium L.   2018
168   Thalictrum aquilegiifolium L.   2019
169   Thalictrum simplex L.   2018
170   Trollius europaeus L. Na* 2019
171 RHAMNACEAE Rhamnus cathartica L.   2018
172   Rhamnus cathartica L.   2019
173 ROSACEAE Alchemilla alpina L.   2018
174   Alchemilla alpina L.   2019
175   Alchemilla mollis (Buser) Rothm.   2018
176   Aruncus dioicus 'Zweiweltenkind'   2019
177   Comarum palustre L. Na* 2019
178   Crataegus punctata Jacq.   2018
179   Crataegus punctata Jacq.   2019
180   Crataegus submollis Sarg.   2019
181   Drymocallis rupestris (L.) Soj k   2019
182   Filipendula ulmaria (L.) Maxim. Na 2018
183   Filipendula ulmaria (L.) Maxim. Na 2019
184   Filipendula vulgaris Moench   2018
185   Filipendula vulgaris Moench   2019
186   Fragaria vesca L. Na 2019
187   Physocarpus opulifolius 'Diabolo'   2018
188   Potentilla argyrophylla 'Zolotisto-Oranzhevaya'   2018
189   Potentilla atrosanguinea G.Lodd. ex D.Don   2018
190   Potentilla atrosanguinea G.Lodd. ex D.Don   2019
191   Potentilla crantzii (Crantz) Beck ex Fritsch   2019
192   Potentilla drummondii subsp. breweri (S.Watson) Ertter   2018
193   Potentilla fragarioides L.   2019
194   Potentilla × hopwoodiana Sweet   2019
195   Potentilla thurberi 'Monarch's Velvet'   2019
196   Rosa glauca Pourr.   2019
197   Rosa multiflora Thunb.   2019
198   Sanguisorba canadensis L.   2018
199   Sanguisorba minor Scop.   2018
200   Sanguisorba minor Scop.   2019
201   Sanguisorba parviflora (Maxim.) Takeda   2019
202   Sibbaldia tridentata (Sol.) Paule&Soj k   2019
203 SAPINDACEAE Acer platanoides L.   2019
204   Acer tataricum subsp. semenovii (Regel & Herder) A.E.Murray   2019
205 SAXIFRAGACEAE Bergenia purpurascens (Hook.f. & Thomson) Engl. 2019
206   Heuchera cylindrica Douglas   2018
207   Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple'   2018
208   Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple'   2019
209   Heuchera sanguinea Engelm.   2019
210   Heuchera 'Apple Crisp'   2019
211   Heuchera 'Can-can'   2019
212   Heuchera 'Chocolate Ruffles'   2019
213   Heuchera 'Electric Lime'   2019
214   Heuchera 'Marmalade'   2019
215   Rodgersia podophylla A.Gray   2018
216   Rodgersia podophylla A.Gray   2019
217   Saxifraga × arendsii   2019
218   Tiarella wherryi Lakela   2019
219 SCROPHULARIACEAE Scrophularia nodosa L. Na 2018
220   Scrophularia nodosa L. Na 2019

 * Detailed location:

4, 5, 127, 177 — Karelia, Prionezhskiy Distr., outskirts near the village Nizovje, shore of river Shuja. Collector T.Timohina.

26 — Kondopozhskiy Distr., outskirts near the village Yershi. Bushes near lake Sandal. Collector E.Platonova.

73 — Kondopozhskiy Distr., outskirts near the village Yershi. Wet meadow. Collector E.Platonova.

155 — Kondopozhskiy Distr., outskirts near the village Yershi. Deciduous forest. Collector E.Platonova.

165, 170 — Kondopozhskiy Distr., outskirts near the village Yershi. Herbaceous meadow. Collector E.Platonova.

Other numbers of spores and seeds marked «Na» were collected in the nature zone of Botanic Garden of PetrSU. 

Fig.2. Dianthus giganteus subsp. banaticus (Heuff.) Tutin

Fig.3. Sanguisorba canadensis L.

Fig.4. Arnica lanceolata Nutt.

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Agreement on the supply of plant material by the Botanic Garden of Petrozavodsk State University (BGPSU)
Since the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD, Rio de Janeiro 1992) entered into force, it has become necessary for botanic gardens to comply in particular with Article 15 (Access to genetic resources), especially in connection with the exchange of plant material. Accordingly, the BGPSU only passes on plant material under the condition that the user acts in the spirit of the Convention on Biological Diversity. The BGPSU is dedicated to the conservation, sustainable use and research of biological diversity. With regard to the acquisition, maintenance and supply of plant material, the BGPSU therefore expects its partners to act in a manner that is consistent to the letter and the spirit of the Biodiversity Convention, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) and in compliance with all relevant conventions and laws relating to the protection of biological diversity. As a consequence, plant material from the collections of the BGPSU is supplied only to those persons and institutions who accept the following conditions:


1. On the basis of this agreement, the material is intended to serve the common good, particularly scientific study, education and the interests of environmental protection.

2.   The recipient is obliged to document and preserve information relating to the material appropriately.

3.   In the event that scientific publications on the plant material provided are produced, the origin of the material is to be cited. In addition, copies of such publications are expected to be sent to the BGPSU without request.

4.   Commercial use is not covered by this agreement but is object of a separate agreement with the country of origin. Such agreement underlies the provisions of the CBD, i. e. the user is obliged to share benefits with the country of origin. In this context, the user has to forward all relevant information to the authorities instructed with the implementation of the CBD. On request, the BGPSU will provide such information to these authorities.

5.   The recipient is allowed to supply plant material derived from the BGPSU to others only on the basis and under the conditions of this or corresponding agreements.

By ordering plant material from the BGPSU, the recipient accepts the conditions listed above

 

 

 

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(if it outside of Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan)

Desiderata

 

         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

Please send the desiderata to

garden@psu.karelia.ru

till April 15, 2020

 

Your Address:

Address:  

Seed curator: Tatiana Timohina, Botanic Garden of Petrozavodsk State University, Lenina av., 33, Petrozavodsk, Karelia, Russia, 185910

The study is supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project 18-44-100002 p_a).

Литература

The Plant List (2013). Version 1.1. Published on the Internet; http://www.theplantlist.org/ (accessed 1st January). (дата обращения 15.10.2019).




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