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mostly grasslands in succession, rocky crevices and forest fringes, altogether covering about an area of 15 km2.
The researched area belongs to the Submediterranean zone (Fig. 2) with a high influence of the mountain climate and the vegetation is vertically divided according to altitude (from 250–1062 m a.s.l.). The dominant vegetation communities of Matokit Mt southern slopes, difficult to access, are dense maquis of alliance Fraxino orni-Quercion ilicis Biondi, Casavecchia et Gigante in Biondi et al. (2013), and large stands of Juniperus oxycedrus L., rising up to 600 m a.s.l. On the northern side the Matokit Mt is covered with forest vegetation that belongs to the thermophilous coastal forest and scrub alliance Fraxino orni-Ostryion Tomažič 1940, with predominance of Querco-Carpinetum orientalis H-ić 1939 in lower parts (up to 400 m a.s.l.) (Vukosav 2006; Trinajstić 2008; Vukojević et al. 2016).
Data sources – Izvori podataka
Data on plant taxa from Matokit Mt and it surroundings were collected during field researches from 2010 to 2015, throughout each vegetation season, using the standard methods for flora mapping in Croatia according to Nikolić (2006). Plant taxa were collected on two different transects (east-west and north-south) along the Matokit Mt, as well as in different types of habitats during four vegetation seasons on the same transects e.g. mountain routes. Herbarium specimens were collected, digitalized and deposited in the Herbarium ZAGR and are accessible through the Virtual Herbarium ZAGR on (Bogdanović et al. 2016).
Taxa were determined according to Pignatti (1982, 1984), Tutin et al. (1964-1980, 1993), and Nikolić (2019a). The plant nomenclature follows Flora Croatica Database (Nikolić 2019b). The plant taxa listed in Tab. 3 are given in alphabetical order where the families and life forms were attributed to each taxon, IUCN category, endemic status, or invasiveness are also provided. The attributed life forms were denoted according to classification of Raunkiaer (1934) and Horvat (1949). In the floristic list (Tab. 3) they were marked with the following abbreviations Ch (Chamaephyta), G (Geophyta), H (Hemicryptophyta), Ph (Phanerophyta), and T (Therophyta). The status of endangered plant taxa was analysed according to IUCN criteria and categories that are implemented in the Flora Croatica Database (Nikolić 2019b), thereby the following abbreviations were used: CR (Critically endangered), EN (Endangered), VU (Vulnerable), LC (Least Concern), NT (Near Threatened), and DD (Data Deficient). Endemic status of plant taxa, endemic (E) and stenoendemic (sE) was denoted according to Nikolić et al. (2015) and the Flora Croatica Database (Nikolić 2019b). The status of invasive alien species (Inv) was denoted according to Boršić et al. (2008) and Nikolić et al. (2014).