Southeastern Alpine bittercress beech forests

Description (English)

Fagus sylvatica, Fagus sylvatica-Abies alba, Fagus sylvatica-Picea abies or Fagus sylvatica-Abies alba-Picea abies forests of the montane level of the eastern Noric Alps of Styria, with Poa stiriaca, Cyclamen purpurascens, Gentiana asclepiadea, Knautia maxima, Pulmonaria stiriaca and elements of the Illyrian beech forests, in particular, Peltaria alliacea, Tephroseris longifolia, Vicia oroboides. They constitute a transition towards the Illyrian beech forests of the Aremonio-Fagion (unit G1.6C).

Source: EUNIS habitat classification

Quick facts

EUNIS habitat type code T1-7134

Vegetation types

Relation to vegetation types (syntaxa)

Not available

Species mentioned in habitat description

Conifers Abies alba
Conifers Picea abies
Flowering Plants Cyclamen purpurascens
Flowering Plants Fagus sylvatica
Flowering Plants Gentiana asclepiadea
Flowering Plants Peltaria alliacea
Flowering Plants Poa stiriaca
Flowering Plants Pulmonaria stiriaca
Flowering Plants Vicia oroboides
Species scientific name English common name Species group
Abies alba Conifers
Picea abies Conifers
Cyclamen purpurascens Flowering Plants
Fagus sylvatica Flowering Plants
Gentiana asclepiadea Flowering Plants
Peltaria alliacea Flowering Plants
Poa stiriaca Flowering Plants
Pulmonaria stiriaca Flowering Plants
Vicia oroboides Flowering Plants

Other classifications

Not available For relation to plant communities (syntaxa), see Vegetation types

History

Classification Code Habitat type name Relationship type Comment
EUNIS Habitat Classification 2007 (revised descriptions 2012) G1.6334 Southeastern Alpine bittercress beech forests same
EUNIS Habitat Classification 200410 G1.6334 Southeastern Alpine bittercress beech forests same
EUNIS Habitat Classification 200308 G1.6334 Southeastern Alpine bittercress beech forests same
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