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The paper provides information about new localities of 118 species, including 2 hornworts, 22 liverworts and 94 mosses collected at the Ciężkowickie Foothills. The most interesting are bryophytes protected and threatened in Poland, for example Fossombronia wondraczekii, Nowellia curvifolia, Sphagnum compactum, Trichocolea tomentella and Weissia squarrosa.

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Quality - Determination Of Ph. Ios, Geneva, 7 P. Iso 11466 1995. Soil Quality - Extraction Of Trace Elements Soluble In Aqua Regia. Ios, Geneva, 6 P. Iso 14235 1998. Soil Quality - Determination Of Organic Carbon By Sulfochromic Oxidation. Ios, Geneva, 5 P. Iso 19730 2008. Soil Quality - Extraction Of Trace Elements From Soil Using Ammonium Nitrate Solution. Ios, Geneva, 10 P. Józefowska, A. - Miechówka, A. - Ga̧ Siorek, M. - Zadrozny, P. 2014. Content Of Zinc, Lead And Cadmium In Selected Agricultural Soils In The Area Of The Śla̧Skie And Ciȩżkowickie Foothills. In