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Vegetation of tall rush saltmarshes (Juncetea maritimae) and saltmarsh scrubs (Arthrocnemetea fruticosae) on the Slovenian seacoast
Mitja Kaligarič, Sonja Škornik, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: Halophyte vegetation of Slovenian sedimentary seacoast was studied according to Braun-Blanquet method. 140 collected relevés were analysed by cluster analysis and five main clusters were separated. Relevés from the first, fourth and fifth clusters were further elaborated in this study. The Juncus maritimus-dominated tall rush saltmarshes of the class Juncetea maritimi were classified within two associations: Limonio-Puccinellietum represented hygrophilous stands, exposed to tide, while the association Juncetum maritimi-acuti was represented with more closed stands with higher species richness, thriving on rather drier sites. With in the saltmarsh scrubs of the class Arthrocnemetea fruticosi, 3 associations, following the declining moisture/salinity gradient were recognized: Puccinellio-Arthrocnemetum, Puccinellio-Halimionetum and Limonio-Artemisietum.
Keywords: botanika, vegetacija, fitosociologija, halofitna vegetacija, klasifikacija, severni Jadran, botany, biogeography, vegetation, phytosociology, halophyte vegetation, classifcation, North Adriatic
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 641; Downloads: 25
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Halophile vegetation of the Slovenian seacoast
Mitja Kaligarič, Sonja Škornik, 2006, original scientific article

Abstract: Halophile vegetation of the Slovenian sedimentary seacoast have been sampled with the standard Braun-Blanquet procedure. All the 140 collected relevés have been classified using the SYN-TAX 2000 software. The resulting dendrogram separated 5 well-defined clusters, characterized by different dominant species. Two well separated clusters have been further elaborated in this study. The floristically-poor association Suaedo maritimae-Salicornietum patulae Brullo et Funari ex Géhu et Géhu Franck 1984 tend to form monodominate stands with Salicornia europaea s.l. on mudflat hypersaline stands. The association Suaedo maritimae-Bassietum hirsutae Br.-Bl. 1928, with high abundance of Suaeda maritima occupy smaller surfaces on drier stands. Both were classified within halophile annual swards of the class Thero-Salicornietea. Spartina maritima-dominated perennial halophyte salt marshes are represented with association Limonio-Spartinetum maritimae (Pignatti 1966) Beeft. et Géhu 1973 (class Spartinetea maritimae), which colonizes muddy islets, perturbed by high tide and sea turbulence and supports brackish water, which should be rich in nutrients.
Keywords: botanika, fitocenologija, halofitna vegetacija, klasifikacija, severni Jadran, Thero-Salicornietea, Spartinetea maritimae
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 564; Downloads: 20
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