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The vegetation of the corconte region spain burgos and santander provinces


, : The vegetation of the corconte region spain burgos and santander provinces. Anales de la Real Academia de Farmacia 43(2): 319-328

The vegetation of the [Corconte, Spain] area was represented by: heaths of Calluno-Ulicetalia, characterized mainly by the alliance Ulicion nanae; forests of Quercion pyrenaicae; the alliance Alnion glutinosae along banks of streams and rivers; and reed fields of the class Phragmitetea eurosibirica in the south. Also found in the south were therophytic communities of the class Isoeto-Nanojuncetea. Other groupings included: the class Sedo-Scleranthetea in clearings of expanses of heath; the order Androsacetalia vandellii in rocky areas; the class Molinio-Arrhenatheretea in meadows and pastures; and, in farm zones, the class of weeds Stellarietea mediae.


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