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Cardamine parviflora L. was discovered in April 2014 during the study of vascular flora and habitats in the area of Slatina (Slavonia region). It was found in a flooded forest of narrow-leaved ash, in the vicinity of the villages Medinci and Novi Senkovac. The species here grows in wet soil but partially submerged populations were also observed. It presents a new species of the Croatian flora and expands the floristic inventory of Slatina and its surroundings. Other valuable taxa have also been recorded in the area, such as Carex riparia Curtis and Ophioglossum vulgatum L.


Cardamine parviflora flooded forest vascular flora Slatina

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Prlic, D. (2015). Small-flowered bittercress, Cardamine parviflora L. (Brassicaceae), a new species of the Croatian flora. Acta Botanica Croatica, 74(1). Retrieved from