Thermo-Mediterranean heaths

Description (English)

Closed formations of heather, gorse and halimium constituting the extensive "monte negro" of the Coto Do

Source: EUNIS habitat classification

Quick facts

EUNIS habitat type code S51T

Vegetation types

Relation to vegetation types (syntaxa)

Not available

Species mentioned in habitat description

Not available

Other classifications

Classification Code Habitat type name Relationship type
EUNIS Habitat Classification 2007 (revised descriptions 2012) F5.5C Thermo-Mediterranean heaths same
For relation to plant communities (syntaxa), see Vegetation types

History

Classification Code Habitat type name Relationship type Comment
EUNIS Habitat Classification 200410 F5.5C Thermo-Mediterranean heaths same
EUNIS Habitat Classification 200308 F5.5C Thermo-Mediterranean heaths same
EUNIS Habitat Classification 200202 F5.5C Thermo-Mediterranean heaths same
EUNIS Habitat Classification 199910 F5.5C Thermo-Mediterranean heaths same
EUNIS Habitat Classification 199811 F2.2C Thermo-Mediterranean heaths same
EUNIS Habitat Classification 199712 F2.2C Thermo-Mediterranean heaths same
Palaearctic Habitat Classification 199905 32.2C Thermo-Mediterranean heaths same
Palaearctic Habitat Classification 1997 32.2C Thermo-Mediterranean heaths same
Palaearctic Habitat Classification 1996 32.2C   same
Palaearctic Habitat Classification 1993 32.2C   same
CORINE Biotopes Classification 1991 32.2C   same
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