Flora 2020

Title:Flora
Date of Issue: 15.09.2020.
Author: Bozidar Dosenovic
Type edition: commemorative
Printing techniques: multicolour offset
Sheet: 4х2 
Paper: muflep 100g
Printing House: Blicdruk, Sarajevo

SHEET   CANCELLATION

Motive: Illyrian gladiolus
Catalogue no.: 824
Perforation: 13 3/4
Face value: 0,90 BAM

Quantity: 15 000

Motive: wild tulip
Catalogue no.: 825
Perforation: 13 3/4
Face value: 0,90 BAM

Quantity: 15 000

Motive: Asphodelusalbus Mill.
Catalogue no.: 826
Perforation: 13 3/4
Face value: 1.80 BAM

Quantity: 15 000

Motive: Fritillaria montana Hoppe ex W.D.J.Koch
Catalogue no.: 827
Perforation: 13 3/4
Face value: 1.80 BAM

Quantity: 15 000

For this edition of Flora, four species have been selected, which are on the Proposal of the Decree on strictly protected and protected species of the Republic of Srpska. For the first time, the Republic of Srpska is passing a decree like this, the publication of which is expected every day. In anticipation of the mentioned document, we have chosen extremely decorative species that are endangered, among other things, precisely because of their beauty.

Fritillaria montana (Fritillaria montana Hoppe ex W.D.J.Koch) is a perennial plant of the lily family. It has a small white, round bulb. The stem is erect, 25 to 30 cm high, in the lower part without leaves. The leaves are few, narrow, 3 to 6 cm long. The flowers are solitary, bell-shaped and pendulous. It mainly grows on grassy areas in the hilly and subalpine region.

It inhabits Southern Europe, and in our country it is mentioned in a small number of localities.

This is one of the species covered by the Bern Convention on the Conservation of European Wildlife. The species are in the category of strictly protected species on the Proposal of the Decree on strictly protected and protected species of the Republic of Srpska.

Capljan (Asphodelusalbus Mill.) is a perennial plant from the Cepljezovka family. It has a thick rhizome. The roots are developed in bundles. The stem is 50 to 120 cm high, without leaves. The leaves are ground, narrow, long and over 60 cm, basically dilated, while ending in a spike. At the top of the stem is a clustered unbranched inflorescence with numerous white flowers.

In addition to being decorative, this species, ie its rhizome, is used in the diet.

The species inhabits hilly, mountainous and subalpine meadows and pastures. It is distributed mainly in the Southern and Southern part of Central Europe. In our country, it is known from a large number of mountains in the mountain belt.

It is protected in Croatia, and in our country it is in the category of protected species on the Proposal of the Decree on strictly protected and protected species of the Republic of Srpska.

 

Author: MA Bozidar Dosenovic

Cooperation: Republic Institute for Protection of Cultural and Natural Heritage, Sara Potkonjak, Master of Science in Biology

Publisher: Poste Srpske a.d. Banjaluka

For this edition of Flora, four species have been selected, which are on the Proposal of the Decree on strictly protected and protected species of the Republic of Srpska. For the first time, the Republic of Srpska is passing a decree like this, the publication of which is expected every day. In anticipation of the mentioned document, we have chosen extremely decorative species that are endangered, among other things, precisely because of their beauty.

Gladiolus (Gladiolus illyricus Koch.is a perennial herbaceous plant from the iris family (Iridaceae). It has a thin stem 20 to 50 cm high and 2 to 3 rather narrow leaves. Beneath the ground is a tuberous bulb that may be slightly flattened or pear-shaped elongated. At the top of the tree is a loose inflorescence consisting of 3-10 flowers. The fruit is a cocoon with three ribs, and the seeds are winged. Illyrian gladiolus inhabits rocky ground in meadows, shrubs or sparse forests. We find it at an altitude of over 100 m.

It is widespread in Central and Southern Europe, Asia Minor and the Caucasus.

Illyrian gladiolus inhabits rocky ground in meadows, shrubs or sparse forests. We find it at an altitude of over 100 m.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina, it has been recorded at a dozen sites. It is a strictly protected species in Croatia. In the Republic of Srpska, it is in the category of protected on the Proposal of the Decree on strictly protected and protected species of the Republic of Srpska.

Wild tulip (Tulipasylvestris L. ) is a perennial herbaceous plant from the lily family. It has a bulb, with numerous small bulbs, from which grow 3 flat leaves up to 2 cm wide. The flowers are large, initially erect and later bent, about 5 cm long, yellow, slightly fragrant.

The tulip inhabits mountain forests and rocky areas. It blooms in spring, with beautiful yellow flowers.

This tulip is a Eurasian and North African species. Due to its exceptional decorativeness, this tulip has been protected in some parts of America and Northern Europe.

In the flora of Bosnia and Herzegovina, it was recorded at only two localities. This species is protected in Croatia and Montenegro, and in our country it is in the category of strictly protected species on the Proposal of the Decree on strictly protected and protected species of the Republic of Srpska.

Author: MA Bozidar Dosenovic

Cooperation: Republic Institute for Protection of Cultural and Natural Heritage, Sara Potkonjak, Master of Science in Biology

Publisher: Poste Srpske a.d. Banjaluka

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