Revised Annex I of Resolution 4 (1996) of the Bern Convention on endangered natural habitats types using the EUNIS habitat classification (year of revision 2014)

Habitats related to this reference

A1.11 Mussel and/or barnacle communities
A1.141 Association with Lithophyllum byssoides
A1.22 Mussels and fucoids on moderately exposed shores
A1.44 Communities of littoral caves and overhangs
A2.2 Littoral sand and muddy sand
A2.3 Littoral mud
A2.4 Littoral mixed sediments
A2.5 Coastal saltmarshes and saline reedbeds
A2.61 Seagrass beds on littoral sediments
A2.621 Eleocharis beds
A2.72 Littoral mussel beds on sediment
A3 Infralittoral rock and other hard substrata
A4 Circalittoral rock and other hard substrata
A5 Sublittoral sediment
A6.1 Deep-sea rock and artificial hard substrata
A6.61 Communities of deep-sea corals
A6.911 Seeps in the deep-sea bed
B1.1 Sand beach driftlines
B1.3 Shifting coastal dunes
B1.4 Coastal stable dune grassland (grey dunes)
B1.5 Coastal dune heaths
B1.6 Coastal dune scrub
B1.7 Coastal dune woods
B1.8 Moist and wet dune slacks
B1.9 Machair
B2.1 Shingle beach driftlines
B2.3 Upper shingle beaches with open vegetation
B3.24 Unvegetated Baltic rocky shores and cliffs
B3.3 Rock cliffs, ledges and shores, with angiosperms
C1.1 Permanent oligotrophic lakes, ponds and pools
C1.222 Floating Hydrocharis morsus-ranae rafts
C1.223 Floating Stratiotes aloides rafts
C1.224 Floating Utricularia australis and Utricularia vulgaris colonies
C1.225 Floating Salvinia natans mats
C1.226 Floating Aldrovanda vesiculosa communities
C1.24113 Transylvanian hot-spring lotus beds
C1.2416 Nelumbo nucifera beds
C1.25 Charophyte submerged carpets in mesotrophic waterbodies
C1.32 Free-floating vegetation of eutrophic waterbodies
C1.33 Rooted submerged vegetation of eutrophic waterbodies
C1.3411 Ranunculus communities in shallow water
C1.3413 Hottonia palustris beds in shallow water
C1.4 Permanent dystrophic lakes, ponds and pools
C1.5 Permanent inland saline and brackish lakes, ponds and pools
C1.66 Temporary inland saline and brackish waters
C1.67 Turlough and lake-bottom meadows
C2.111 Fennoscandian mineral-rich springs and springfens
C2.12 Hard water springs
C2.18 Acid oligotrophic vegetation of spring brooks
C2.19 Lime-rich oligotrophic vegetation of spring brooks
C2.1A Mesotrophic vegetation of spring brooks
C2.1B Eutrophic vegetation of spring brooks
C2.25 Acid oligotrophic vegetation of fast-flowing streams
C2.26 Lime-rich oligotrophic vegetation of fast-flowing streams
C2.27 Mesotrophic vegetation of fast-flowing streams
C2.28 Eutrophic vegetation of fast-flowing streams
C2.33 Mesotrophic vegetation of slow-flowing rivers
C2.34 Eutrophic vegetation of slow-flowing rivers
C3.2 Water-fringing reedbeds and tall helophytes other than canes
C3.4 Species-poor beds of low-growing water-fringing or amphibious vegetation
C3.51 Euro-Siberian dwarf annual amphibious swards
C3.55 Sparsely vegetated river gravel banks
C3.62 Unvegetated river gravel banks
D1.2 Blanket bogs
D2.226 Peri-Danubian black-white-star sedge fens
D2.3 Transition mires and quaking bogs
D3.1 Palsa mires
D3.2 Aapa mires
D3.3 Polygon mires
D4.1 Rich fens, including eutrophic tall-herb fens and calcareous flushes and soaks
D4.2 Basic mountain flushes and streamsides, with a rich arctic-montane flora
D5.2 Beds of large sedges normally without free-standing water
D6.1 Inland saltmarshes
D6.23 Interior Iberian salt pan meadows
E1.11 Euro-Siberian rock debris swards
E1.12 Euro-Siberian pioneer calcareous sand swards
E1.13 Continental dry rocky steppic grasslands and dwarf scrub on chalk outcrops
E1.2 Perennial calcareous grassland and basic steppes
E1.3 Mediterranean xeric grassland
E1.55 Eastern sub-Mediterranean dry grassland
E1.71 Nardus stricta swards
E1.722 Boreo-arctic Agrostis-Festuca grasslands
E1.83 Mediterraneo-montane Nardus stricta swards
E1.9 Open non-Mediterranean dry acid and neutral grassland, including inland dune grassland
E1.B Heavy-metal grassland
E2.15 Macaronesian mesic grassland
E2.2 Low and medium altitude hay meadows
E2.3 Mountain hay meadows
E3.1 Mediterranean tall humid grassland
E3.3 Sub-mediterranean humid meadows
E3.4 Moist or wet eutrophic and mesotrophic grassland
E3.5 Moist or wet oligotrophic grassland
E4.11 Boreo-alpine acidocline snow-patch grassland and herb habitats
E4.12 Boreo-alpine calcicline snow-patch grassland and herb habitats
E4.3 Acid alpine and subalpine grassland
E4.4 Calcareous alpine and subalpine grassland
E5.4 Moist or wet tall-herb and fern fringes and meadows
E5.5 Subalpine moist or wet tall-herb and fern stands
E6.1 Mediterranean inland salt steppes
E6.2 Continental inland salt steppes
E7.3 Dehesa
F2.2 Evergreen alpine and subalpine heath and scrub
F2.32 Subalpine and oroboreal Salix brush
F2.336 Rhodope Potentilla fruticosa thickets
F2.41 Inner Alpine Pinus mugo scrub
F2.42 Outer Alpine Pinus mugo scrub
F2.43 Southwestern Pinus mugo scrub
F2.44 Apennine Pinus mugo scrub
F2.45 Hercynian Pinus mugo scrub
F3.12 Buxus sempervirens thickets
F3.16 Juniperus communis scrub
F3.21 Montane Cytisus purgans fields
F3.241 Central European subcontinental thickets
F3.245 Eastern Mediterranean deciduous thickets
F3.247 Ponto-Sarmatic deciduous thickets
F4.1 Wet heaths
F4.2 Dry heaths
F4.3 Macaronesian heaths
F5.13 Juniper matorral
F5.171 Iberian arid zone Ziziphus matorral
F5.18 Laurus nobilis matorral
F5.516 Laurus thickets
F5.517 Coastal Helichrysum garrigues
F5.51G Tall spiny broom brush
F5.52 Euphorbia dendroides formations
F5.53 Ampelodesmos mauritanica -dominated garrigues
F5.54 Chamaerops humilis brush
F5.55 Mediterranean pre-desert scrub
F5.56 Thermo-Mediterranean broom fields (retamares)
F5.5B Cabo de Sao Vicente brushes
F6.7 Mediterranean gypsum scrubs
F6.8 Xero-halophile scrubs
F7 Spiny Mediterranean heaths (phrygana, hedgehog-heaths and related coastal cliff vegetation)
F9.1 Riverine scrub
F9.3 Southern riparian galleries and thickets
G1.11 Riverine Salix woodland
G1.12 Boreo-alpine riparian galleries
G1.13 Southern Alnus and Betula galleries
G1.21 Riverine Fraxinus - Alnus woodland, wet at high but not at low water
G1.22 Mixed Quercus - Ulmus - Fraxinus woodland of great rivers
G1.3 Mediterranean riparian woodland
G1.41 Alnus swamp woods not on acid peat
G1.44 Wet-ground woodland of the Black and Caspian Seas
G1.51 Sphagnum Betula woods
G1.6 Fagus woodland
G1.7 Thermophilous deciduous woodland
G1.8 Acidophilous Quercus-dominated woodland
G1.917 Oroboreal Betula woods and thickets
G1.918 Eurasian boreal Betula woods
G1.925 Boreal Populus tremula woods
G1.A1 Quercus - Fraxinus - Carpinus betulus woodland on eutrophic and mesotrophic soils
G1.A4 Ravine and slope woodland
G1.A7 Mixed deciduous woodland of the Black and Caspian Seas
G1.B3 Boreal and boreonemoral Alnus woods
G2 Broadleaved evergreen woodland
G3.134 Holy Cross fir forests
G3.15 Southern Apennine Abies alba forests
G3.16 Moesian Abies alba forests
G3.17 Balkano-Pontic Abies forests
G3.19 Abies pinsapo forests
G3.1B Alpine and Carpathian subalpine Picea forests
G3.1C Inner range montane Picea forests
G3.1D Hercynian subalpine Picea forests
G3.1E Southern European Picea abies forests
G3.1F Enclave Picea abies forests
G3.1G Picea omorika forests
G3.1H Picea orientalis forests
G3.21 Eastern Alpine siliceous Larix and Pinus cembra forests
G3.22 Eastern Alpine calcicolous Larix and Pinus cembra forests
G3.25 Carpathian Larix and Pinus cembra forests
G3.26 Larix polonica forests
G3.31 Pinus uncinata forests with Rhododendron ferrugineum
G3.32 Xerocline Pinus uncinata forests
G3.41 Caledonian forest
G3.4232 Sarmatic steppe Pinus sylvestris forests
G3.4233 Carpathian steppe Pinus sylvestris woods
G3.4234 Pannonic steppe Pinus sylvestris woods
G3.43 Inner-Alpine Ononis steppe forests
G3.44 Spring heath Pinus sylvestris forests
G3.4C Southeastern European Pinus sylvestris forests
G3.4E Ponto-Caucasian Pinus sylvestris forests
G3.4G Pinus sylvestris forest on chalk in the steppe zone
G3.5 Pinus nigra woodland
G3.6 Subalpine mediterranean Pinus woodland
G3.7 Lowland to montane mediterranean Pinus woodland (excluding Pinus nigra)
G3.8 Canary Island Pinus canariensis woodland
G3.9 Coniferous woodland dominated by Cupressaceae or Taxaceae
G3.A Picea taiga woodland
G3.B Pinus taiga woodland
G3.D Boreal bog conifer woodland
G3.E Nemoral bog conifer woodland
H1 Terrestrial underground caves, cave systems, passages and waterbodies
H2.1 Cold siliceous screes
H2.2 Cold limestone screes
H2.3 Temperate-montane acid siliceous screes
H2.4 Temperate-montane calcareous and ultra-basic screes
H2.5 Acid siliceous screes of warm exposures
H2.6 Calcareous and ultra-basic screes of warm exposures
H3.1 Acid siliceous inland cliffs
H3.2 Basic and ultra-basic inland cliffs
H3.511 Limestone pavements
H4.2 Ice caps and true glaciers
H4.3 Rock glaciers and unvegetated ice-dominated moraines
H6 Recent volcanic features
X01 Estuaries
X02 Saline coastal lagoons
X03 Brackish coastal lagoons
X04 Raised bog complexes
X09 Pasture woods (with a tree layer overlying pasture)
X18 Wooded steppe
X29 Salt lake islands
X35 Inland Sand Dunes
X36 Depressions (pody) of the Steppe zone
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