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Rosa sherardii Davies

Species
ISFS : 350100
Checklist : 1038900

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Species description (© Flora Helvetica 2018)

Stacheln wenig gebogen. Blätter meist auf der ganzen Unterseite mit Stieldrüsen. Teilblätter ca. 1.5x so lang wie breit. Blüten dunkelrosa. Diskus flach oder konkav. Blütenstiel höchstens so lang wie der Kelchbecher. Fruchtstiel höchstens so lang wie die Frucht. Kelch kürzer als die Krone, nach dem Blühen aufrecht, bleibend. Frucht eiförmig, 1-1,5cm dick.

Flowering period (© Flora Helvetica 2018)

6

Habitat and distribution inside Switzerland (© Flora Helvetica 2018)

Schwarzdornhecken, Felsen / kollin-montan / J (fehlt SH), vereinzelt VS und TI

World distribution (© Flora Helvetica 2018)

Europäisch

Ecological indicator (© Landolt & al. 2010)

2+42-342.n.2n=28,35,42

Status

IUCN status

 Near threatened

National Priority

 4 - weak national priority

International responsibility

 2 - medium

Distribution map

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Before threshold year
After threshold year
Before and after threshold year

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Colors
Validated observations
Observations waiting for validation
Occurrences from Atlas Welten & Sutter (1982) and supplements (1984, 1994) without confirmation in the Info Flora database since
Symbols
Before threshold year
After threshold year
Native
Reintroduced
Not native / introduced / subspontaneous / escaped
Doubtful

Number of observations

Below the threshold number of observations
Above or equal the threshold number of observations

Habitat and distribution inside Switzerland

J (fehlt SH), vereinzelt VS und TI

World distribution

Europäisch

Ecology

Life form

Nanophanerophyte

Habitats

Habitats © Delarze & al. 2015

Character species 5.3.2 - Trockenwarmes Gebüsch (Berberidion)

bold Dominant species, influencing the appearance of the habitat
Character species Character species
Less strictly linked to a specific habitat Less strictly linked to a specific habitat

Ecological indicator values by © Landolt & al. (2010)

Soil factors Climatic factors Salinity tolerance
Humidity Value H 2+ Light Value L 3 Salinity Index --
Reaction Value R 4 Temperature factor T 4
Nutriments value N 2 Continentality K 2
  • Ecological values legend
    Humidity Value H
    1very dry
    1+dry
    2moderatly dry
    2+moist
    3medium wet
    3+wet
    4very wet
    4+soggy
    5submerged or underwater
    fplants living in running water
    umostly submerged plants
    vpartly submerged, partly floating plants
    whumidity moderately variable (± scale of 1-2)
    w+highly variable humidity (scale exceeding ± 2)
    Reaction Value R
    1Very acid (pH 2.5-5.5)
    2acid (pH 3.5-6.5)
    3lightly acid to neutral (pH 4.5-7.5)
    4neutral to basic (pH 5.5-8.5)
    5basic (pH 6-5 -> 8.5
    Nutriments value N
    1very low in nutrients
    2low in nutriments
    3medium-poor to medium-rich in nutrients
    4rich in nutriments
    5very rich in nutriments
    Salinity tolerance
    1halotolerant
    3halophyle
    Light Value L
    1very shady
    2shady
    3lighted areas
    4luminous
    5highly luminous
    Temperature factor T
    1alpine to nival stages (from the treeline to the snowline)
    1+suprasubalpine and upper subalpine levels (pine and larch forests)
    2subalpine level (coniferous forests without beeches up to the upper limit of spruces)
    2+lower subalpine and upper mountain stages
    3mountain level (beech and silver fir forests, in the central Alps Scots pine forests)
    3+lower mountain and upper hill levels
    4hill level (mixed deciduous oak forests)
    4+hot places, hill level
    5very hot places, hill level (only in the hottest places, typical of southern Europe)
    Continentality K
    1Atlantic (high air humidity, very low temperature variations, mild winters)
    2Sub-Atlantic (high air humidity, low temperature variations, relatively mild winters)
    3sub-Atlantic to subcontinental (average air humidity, moderately variable temperature, slightly low winter temperatures)
    4subcontinental (low air humidity, large temperature variations, rather cold winters)
    5continental (very low air humidity, very large temperature variations, cold winters)

Water dependency

Rivers 0 - No link
Calm water 0 - No link
Ground water 0 - No link

Nomenclature

Accepted Name (Checklist 2017)

Rosa sherardii Davies

Vernacular name

Deutscher Name :

Sherards Rose

Nom français :

Rosier de Sherard

Nome italiano :

Rosa di Sherard

Match with other reference books

Relation Nom Book No
=Rosa sherardii DaviesChecklist 2017350100
=Rosa sherardii DaviesFlora Helvetica 20011007
=Rosa sherardii DaviesFlora Helvetica 2012383
=Rosa sherardii DaviesFlora Helvetica 2018383
=Rosa sherardii DaviesIndex synonymique 1996350100
=Rosa sherardii DaviesSISF/ISFS 2350100
=Rosa sherardii DaviesWelten & Sutter 1982692
= The taxon corresponds to the accepted taxon (Checklist 2017)
< The taxon is included in the accepted taxon (Checklist 2017)
> The taxon includes (among others) also the accepted taxon (Checklist 2017)

Status

Native status

-

IUCN list of endangered species (© Walter & Gillett 1997) :

No

Status on national Red List 2016

IUCN status:

 Near threatened

LC: Non menacé

Additional information

IUCN criteria: B2b(iii)

Status on regional Red List 2019

Biogregraphic regions Status IUCN criteria
Jura (JU) NTA4c
Mittelland (MP) DD
Alpennordflanke (NA) NTA4c
Westliche Zentralalpen (WA) NTA4c
Östliche Zentralalpen (EA) --
Alpensüdflanke (SA) DD
  • Legend
    EXExtinct
    RERegionally Extinct
    CR(PE)Critically Endangered, Probably Extinct
    CRCritically Endangered
    ENEndangered
    VUVulnerable
    NTNear Threatened
    LCLeast Concern

National Priority Species List Status

National Priority 4 - weak national priority
Need to take action --
International responsibility 2 - medium
Need to monitor populations --

Protection status

International (Bern Convention) No
BLtotal protection (01.01.2012)
VDtotal protection (02.03.2005)
Switzerland --
TItotal protection (23.01.2013)
GEtotal protection (25.07.2007)
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    InfoFlora cannot guarantee that the information on the protection status is correct and complete. In case of doubts, we recommend to look up the texts of the respective cantonal law.

Status by sector of activity

Forest management environmental objectives : Z - more informations

Conservation

Threats and measures

Ex situ material

In-situ measures