The site was revealed to us by dr. Eszter Ruprecht who mentioned here the presence of a large population of Serratul wolffii along with abundant populations of the indicator species too. However, the eastern part of the site, on the slope of the landslide valley which shelters the site was once grazed with sheep seasonally since the grasslands here are largely invaded by Thinopyrum intermedium. The best preserved areas in the site are encountered in the middle part of the landsliding valley where the population of Serratula wolffii is actually located. This file reveals the extension of the site in Google Earth.
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