N13 - Acidofrequent coniferous forests - Mészkerülő lombelegyes fenyvesek (HU)

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N13 – Acidofrequent coniferous forests:
Forests developed on the acidic, gravel, often pseudogley soils. Pinus sylvestris and Picea abies dominate the tree layer, with variable mixture ratio of deciduous trees. The herb layer is rich in acidofrequent species and the moss layer is dense. The former land-use is crucial in the evolution of these forests (traditional small-scale forest management, where forests and arable lands were rotated). Covering altogether 1100 ha in Hungary, this habitat occurs exclusively in the westernmost part of the country (Vendvidék, Őrség, as well as the western part of Kemeneshát and along Kerka River). It can be found in wet regions with balanced climate, where the bedrock is gravel, clay/argillaceous adobe/loam, the soil is always non-calcareous, and leached.




Molnár, Zs., M. Biró, J. Bölöni & F. Horváth (2008): Distribution of the (semi-)natural habitats in Hungary I.: Marshes and grasslands, Acta Botanica Hungarica 50 (Suppl): 59-105. >>> letöltés (5,4 MB, PDF)



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