Medio-European woodruff and hairy sedge beech forests
Fagus sylvatica forests of sub-Atlantic Western and Central Europe, north to Denmark, southern Norway, southern Sweden and Poland, developed on a more or less deep layer of brown loess-loam, less rich in calciphile plants and richer in acid- and drought-tolerant species; Melica uniflora (in northern formations) and Galium odoratum are usually well represented.
Source: EUNIS habitat classification
|EUNIS habitat type||code T17112|
Relation to vegetation types (syntaxa)Not available
Species mentioned in habitat description
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|EUNIS Habitat Classification 2007 (revised descriptions 2012)||G1.6312||Medio-European woodruff and hairy sedge beech forests||same|