Habitat Annex I Directive hierarchical view: (higher levels are for grouping only)


  • Hide sublevel habitat types 1 : COASTAL AND HALOPHYTIC HABITATS
    • Show sublevel habitat types 1100 : Open sea and tidal areas
    • Show sublevel habitat types 1200 : Sea cliffs and shingle or stony beaches
    • Show sublevel habitat types 1300 : Atlantic and continental salt marshes and salt meadows
    • Show sublevel habitat types 1400 : Mediterranean and thermo-Atlantic salt marshes and salt meadows
    • Show sublevel habitat types 1500 : Salt and gypsum inland steppes
    • Show sublevel habitat types 1600 : Boreal Baltic archipelago, coastal and landupheaval areas
  • Show sublevel habitat types 2 : COASTAL SAND DUNES AND INLAND DUNES
  • Hide sublevel habitat types 3 : FRESHWATER HABITATS
    • Show sublevel habitat types 3100 : Standing water
    • Show sublevel habitat types 3200 : Running water - sections of water courses with natural or semi-natural dynamics (minor, average and major beds) where the water quality shows no significant deterioration
  • Show sublevel habitat types 4 : TEMPERATE HEATH AND SCRUB
  • Show sublevel habitat types 5 : SCLEROPHYLLOUS SCRUB (MATORRAL)
  • Show sublevel habitat types 6 : NATURAL AND SEMI-NATURAL GRASSLAND FORMATIONS
  • Show sublevel habitat types 7 : RAISED BOGS AND MIRES AND FENS
  • Show sublevel habitat types 8 : ROCKY HABITATS AND CAVES
  • Show sublevel habitat types 9 : FORESTS



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