|Scientific Name:||Epipactis tallosii|
|Species Authority:||A.Molnár & Robatsch|
Epipactis tallosii A. Molnár & Robatsch ssp. tallosii
Epipactis tallosii A.Molnár & Robatsch ssp. zaupolensis Barbaro & Kreutz
|Red List Category & Criteria:||Endangered B2ab(ii,iii,v) ver 3.1|
|Reviewer(s):||Rankou, H. & Bilz, M.|
Epipactis tallosii is very rare and local with small and isolated populations over a scattered distribution. The trend of the population is decreasing and the area of occupancy of the species is below 500 km². The species is threatened by the destruction of forests, clearing of old trees, inappropriate woodland management, construction of forests roads, drainage, urbanisation, tourism, and consumption by animals. Therefore, Epipactis tallosii is assessed as Endangered.
Epipactis tallosii is a European endemic found in Italy, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia. In Italy it is found in Zoppola in the province of Pordenone, and in Hungary between the Danube and Tisza rivers. The species can be found up to 100 m asl. (The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 2010, Delforge 1995, GIROS 2009). The area of occupancy is below 500 km².
Native:Czech Republic; Hungary; Italy (Italy (mainland)); Slovakia
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Epipactis tallosii is very rare and local with small and isolated populations over a scattered distribution. The population has a decreasing trend (Delforge 1995, GIROS 2009).
|Current Population Trend:||Decreasing|
|Habitat and Ecology:|
Epipactis tallosii is found in lowland mixed woodland (oak with Quercus cerris and Q. robur). It prefers moist, often acidic substrates. This species grows in shade and it flowers from July to August (Delforge 1995, GIROS 2009).
|Use and Trade:||There are no known uses.|
Epipactis tallosii is threatened by habitat loss caused by the destruction of forests, clearing of old trees, inappropriate woodland management, construction of forest roads, and drainage of high ground water. In addition, it is harmed by urbanisation, tourism, recreational activities, and digging and consumption by animals (Delforge 1995, GIROS 2009).
All orchids are included under Annex B of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). This orchid is listed as Critically Endangered in Czech Republic (Holub and Procházka 2000) and Near Threatened in Hungary (Király 2007).
(Delforge 1995, GIROS 2009).
Delforge, P. 1995. Orchids of Britain & Europe. Delachaux et Niestlé SA, Lausanne.
GIROS. 2009. Orchidee d'Italia. Castello srl, Milano.
Holub, J. and Procházka, F. 2000. Red List of the Flora of the Czech Republic (state in the year 2000) [Červený seznam květeny České republiky (stav v roce 2000)]. Preslia 72: 187-230.
IUCN. 2011. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species (ver. 2011.2). Available at: http://www.iucnredlist.org. (Accessed: 10 November 2011).
Király, G. (ed.). 2007. Vörös Lista: A magyarországi edényes flóra veszélyeztetett fajai [Red List of the Vascular Flora of Hungary]. pp. 73. Saját kiadás, Sopron.
The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 2010. World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. Available at: http://www.kew.org/wcsp/.
|Citation:||Fay, M. 2011. Epipactis tallosii. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2011: e.T175975A7160276.Downloaded on 26 June 2017.|