Forest and Scrub Communities with Green Alder (Alnus Viridis) in Slovenia. Dakskobler1, I.; Rozman, A.; and Seliškar, A. 12:95–105.
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This paper provides phytosociological tables that describe scrub and forest communities with Alnus viridis in the Slovenian Alps. We described three new associations: Rhododendro hirsuti-Alnetum viridis (a green alder community on calcareous bedrock in the Eastern and Southeastern Alps), Huperzio selagi-Alnetum viridis (a green alder community in the silicate rocks under Mt. Komen in the eastern Savinja Alps) and Alno viridis- Sorbetum aucupariae (a successional stage of mountain ash and green alder on potential beech sites in the foot- hills of the southern Julian Alps; similar stages are known also elsewhere in the Alps), and presented additional three associations (Polysticho lonchitis-Fagetum, Rhodothamno-Laricetum and Rhododendro hirsuti-Pinetum mugo) whose stands comprise green alder. Key words: phytosociology, synsystematics, Alnetum viridis, Rhododendro hirsuti-Alnetum viridis, Huperzio selagi- Alnetum viridis, Alno viridis-Sorbetum aucupariae, the Julian Alps, the Karavanke Mountains, the Smrekovec Mountains
@article{dakskobler1ForestScrubCommunities2013,
  title = {Forest and Scrub Communities with Green Alder ({{Alnus}} Viridis) in {{Slovenia}}},
  author = {Dakskobler1, Igor and Rozman, Andrej and Seliškar, Andrej},
  date = {2013-01},
  journaltitle = {Hacquetia},
  volume = {12},
  pages = {95--105},
  doi = {10.2478/HACQ-2013-0012},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.2478/HACQ-2013-0012},
  abstract = {This paper provides phytosociological tables that describe scrub and forest communities with Alnus viridis in the Slovenian Alps. We described three new associations: Rhododendro hirsuti-Alnetum viridis (a green alder community on calcareous bedrock in the Eastern and Southeastern Alps), Huperzio selagi-Alnetum viridis (a green alder community in the silicate rocks under Mt. Komen in the eastern Savinja Alps) and Alno viridis- Sorbetum aucupariae (a successional stage of mountain ash and green alder on potential beech sites in the foot- hills of the southern Julian Alps; similar stages are known also elsewhere in the Alps), and presented additional three associations (Polysticho lonchitis-Fagetum, Rhodothamno-Laricetum and Rhododendro hirsuti-Pinetum mugo) whose stands comprise green alder. Key words: phytosociology, synsystematics, Alnetum viridis, Rhododendro hirsuti-Alnetum viridis, Huperzio selagi- Alnetum viridis, Alno viridis-Sorbetum aucupariae, the Julian Alps, the Karavanke Mountains, the Smrekovec Mountains},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13496489,alnus-viridis,forestcommunities,green-alder,scrub,slovenian-alps}
}
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