IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

Campanula serrata is endemic to the Carpathians and it is found in Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine and Romania.

In Slovakia it inhabits the central mountain ranges of the Western Carpathians and the Bukovsk vrchy Mts (Merea and Hodlov 2011). In Poland it is found at elevations between 675-1,950 m asl and it occurs mainly in the subalpine belt. It is known from three regions: the Beskid ywiecki mountains and the Tatra Mts (Western Carpathians) as well as the Bieszczady mountains (Eastern Carpathians) (Mirek and Piko-Mirkowa 2008). In Ukraine, it is a common species in the Chivcziny mountan massif and found more rarely in the Chornogora and Marmoroshki Alpy mountain massives (Ukrainian Carpathians).


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