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. 901-950). Medical University of Silesia in Katowice, Katowice: 14 pp. Stebel A. (2006): The mosses of the Beskidy Zachodnie as a paradigm of biological and environmental changes in the flora of the Polish Western Carpathians. ss. 347. Śląski Uniwersytet Medyczny, Wydawnictwo Sorus, Katowice-Poznań. Stebel A. (2008): Mosses of the Kotlina Żywiecka Basin (Western Carpathians). In: A. Stebel & R. Ochyra (eds), Bryophytes of the Polish Carpathians. Sorus, Poznań, pp. 11-74. Stebel A. (2009a): Mech pędzliczek szerokolistny Syntrichia latifolia (Hartm.) Huebener w

-81. Hudec K. (ed.) (1983a): Fauna ČSSR, sv. 23. Ptáci-Aves, díl III/1. Academia, Praha. Hudec K. (ed.) (1983b): Fauna ČSSR, sv. 24. Ptáci-Aves, díl III/2. Academia, Praha. Hudec K., Chytil J., Šťastný K. & Bejček V. (1995): The birds of the Czech Republic. – Sylvia 31: 97-149. Hudeček J.J. & Hanák F. (1999): Richard's Pipit ( Anthus richardi ) does not belong to avifauna of North-Eastern Moravia and Silesia. – Čas. Slez. Muz. (A): 48(3): 284-286. Hudeček J.J. & Hanák F. (2000): Birds of Europe in naturhistorical collection of Adolf Schwab. – Zprávy MOS 58: 125

and localisation. When analysing this phenomenon, it is advisable to apply a spatial approach, which allows for the identification of various determinants and mechanisms of creativity-shaping in different locations undergoing different processes. The objective of the present study is to identify rules governing the distribution and thematic structure of creative activities within the region illustrated with an example of Lower Silesia. The implementation of the objectives also comprises the identification of the distance of rural areas from cities in relation to the

, Poland: Oficyna Wolters Kluwer. Wroblewski, Ł. (2014). Rola instytucji kultury w kreowaniu wizerunku regionu na przykładzie Euroregionu Śląsk Cieszyński [The role of culture in creating the image of the region as an example of the Euroregion Cieszyn Silesia]. In J. Kurowska-Pysz, J. Łodziana- Grabowska, Z. Mikolas, & Ł. Wroblewski (Eds.), Perspektywy rozwoju sektora kultury w Euroregionie Śląsk Cieszyński. Wybrane zagadnienia [Perspectives for the development of the cultural sector in the Euroregion Cieszyn Silesia. Selected problems], (pp. 133-174). Dąbrowa Gornicza

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The conservation work performed on the city gates of some Silesian cities in recent years has offered the opportunity to undertake architectural research. The researchers’ interest was particularly aroused by towers which form the framing of entrances to old-town areas and which are also a reflection of the ambitious aspirations and changing tastes of townspeople and a result of the evolution of architectural forms. Some of the gate buildings were demolished in the 19th century as a result of city development. This article presents the results of research into selected city gates: Grobnicka Gate in Głubczyce, Górna Gate in Głuchołazy, Lewińska Gate in Grodków, Krakowska and Wrocławska Gates in Namysłów, and Dolna Gate in Prudnik. The obtained research material supported an attempt to verify the propositions published in literature concerning the evolution of military buildings in Silesia between the 14th century and the beginning of the 17th century. Relicts of objects that have not survived were identified in two cases.

( Kornhuber et al. 2019 ; Tomczyk & Bednorz 2020 ). In Poland, the mean temperature in August 2018 was 2.7°C higher than for the 1966–2018 period ( Tomczyk & Bednorz 2020 ). Such thermal conditions often contributed to heatwave occurrences ( Dong et al. 2016 ; Sulikowska, Wypych & Woszczek 2016 ; Krzyżewska & Dyer 2018 ; Urban et al. 2017 ; Wibig 2018 ), which are very unfavourable conditions that affect the human organism. Lower Silesia is located in south-west Poland and is a popular tourism region. Most of the region consists of lowlands; however, the southern part

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An albino specimen of the water vole (Arvicola amphibius) collected at Kravaře, Opava dist. (Silesia, Czech Republic), on 17 May 1965, has been recently examined in the collection of the Šariš Museum Bardejov, Slovakia.

of breeding colonies of the Rook Corvus frugilegus in Silesia in 1990s. - Ptaki Śląska 14: 5-25. del Hoyo J., Elliott A. & Chr istie D. (2009): Handbook of the Birds of the World. Volume 14: Bush-shrikes to Old World Sparrows. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. Folk Č. & Velecký A. (1960): Hnízdění havranů na Ostravsku. - Sb. Klubu přírodovědeckého v Brně 32: 91-96. Gimona A. & Brewer M. (2006): Local environmental effects and spatial effects in macroecological studies using mapped abundance classes: the case of the Rook Corvus frugilegus in Scotland. - J. Anim. Ecol. 75

paginated. Available at http://www.calla.cz/piskovny/soubory/Zprava-o-pruzkumu-Lzin-MZP.pdf (in Czech). Roháček J. (2015a): Tetanops myopina Fallén, 1820, a psammophilous species of Otitinae (Diptera: Ulidiidae) found in a sandpit in the northeastern part of the Czech Republic. – Acta Musei Silesiae, Scientiae Naturales 64: 1-10. Roháček J. (2015b): Psammophilous flies (Diptera) on glacial sand deposits in Silesia (Czech Republic). P. 33. In: Hamerlík L., Dobríková D. & Stoklasa J. (eds): The 8th Central European Dipterological Conference: conference abstracts

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Orthotrichum affine var. bohemicum is a variety of epiphytic moss described in 2011 on the basis of findings in the Czech Republic. During the research in the Zlatohorská vrchovina highlands situated in Silesia (NE part of the Czech Republic) five new localities of the taxa were found in 2013. In Silesia there has not been any record of this moss till the present. Descriptions of the new localities together with ecological characteristics are given.