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Table 4 “Protected” plants and fungi (in the emic sense) sold in open-air markets according to sellers – regardless of their real protection status. The table includes those mentioned at least twice

From: Wild and native plants and mushrooms sold in the open-air markets of south-eastern Poland

Scientific name Local name No. of informants Biogeographical status and conservation status Origin
Allium ursinum L. czosnek niedźwiedzi 11 locally abundant in the region
partly protected
mainly collected from the wild, sold in pots and leaves used as a vegetable
Convallaria majalis L. konwalie 7 locally abundant in the region
protected until 2014
both from gardens and forests, as cut flowers
Lycopodium spp. widłak 6 locally frequent
partly protected
from the wild, not observed on sale
Pulsatilla spp. sasanka 5 practically extinct
protected
sold by specialist sellers, from cultivation
Galanthus nivalis L. przebiśnieg 3 abundant but only very locally
partly protected
mainly from cultivation
Orchidaceae storczyk 3 locally abundant
protected
not observed on sale
Leontoodium alpinum L. szarotka 3 not native to the region
protected
from cultivation
Carlina acaulis L. dziewięćsił 3 rare
partly protected
from cultivation
Hepatica nobilis L. przylaszczka 2 locally frequent, protected until 2014 from cultivation and from the wild
Polygonatum multifolorum L. kokoryczka 2 frequent, not protected
not protected
from cultivation and from the wild
Daphne mezereum L. wawrzynek 2 occasional
partly protected
from cultivation and from the wild
Sparassis crispa (Wulfen) Fr. baraniocha 2 frequent, protected until 2014 from the wild