Das Heracleo-Sambucetum Ebuli in West- und Mitteleuropa

Brandes, Dietmar GND

The Heracleo-Sambucetum ebuli is a perennual plant Community, growing on calcareous and loamy soils of road sides and edges of forests which are rich in nitro-gen and simultaneously fresh. The characteristic species is Sambucus ebulus, differential species is Heracleum sphondylium. The Heracleo-Sambucetum ebuli replaces the subcontinental-submediterraneen Sambucetum ebuli in the north of France, in the southern Netherlands, in Germany and in the Alps. While the Sambucetum ebuli belongs to Arction, the Heracleo-Sambucetum is a Community of the Aegopodion alliance.

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Brandes, Dietmar: Das Heracleo-Sambucetum Ebuli in West- und Mitteleuropa. Braunschweig 1983.

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