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In the national park "Land of the Leopard," unique plants for the Primorsky Territory were found

In the Primorsky Territory of the Russian Federation, during an expedition to study flora in the Land of the Leopard National Park, scientists have found new plants for Russia. Some of the plants have not previously been recorded on the territory of the Russian Federation. This was reported by the press service of the National Park.

Previously, expeditions to the national park were almost never conducted, many areas of the national park were unexplored for botanists. According to the results of the current field season, scientists noted that one of the richest floras in Russia is represented in the national park.

During the expedition, scientists discovered several plants that had not been recorded on the territory of Russia before. Now their exact identity is set by the Chinese and Korean determinants. Among the new forms, experts identified a plant called deicia smooth, small-bellied bell, as well as unusual peas and other plants, which were reported at an organized press conference.

According to the researchers, the newest plants of the botanical garden appeared due to the fact that the park is in the period of the junction of the Orei and Manchurian flora. Also one of the unusual finds of the expedition is one of the spleen species, the leaves of which are of marble color.

Next year, the expeditions will continue, and scientists will also begin to study lichens and mosses.

The Land of the Leopard National Park was established in 2012 with the aim of preserving the wild population of the Far Eastern leopard, with the support of the country's top leadership. The territory of a single nature protection zone exceeded 260 thousand hectares and covered more than 60 percent. Russian habitat of the rarest cat on the planet - the Far Eastern leopard

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