ALLIANCE IN THE AREA OF KALINA-LISINIEC SPECIALITY PROTECTED HABITATS IN THE MIECHOWSKA UPLAND

key words: xerothermic swards, habitat conditions, Natura 2000

Summary:

The Malopolska Upland, with its beneficial geo-morphological, soil and climatic conditions is a place where xerothermic plant communities are quite numerous. Natural hazards to which these communities are exposed cause that in a vast majority they have been covered by various forms of protection. Vascular flora of Inuletum ensifoliae alliance in the Kalina-Lisiniec Special Habitat Protection Area, which reveals a considerable biodiversity, unique character and occurrence of protected and endangered species, plays a crucial role in the natural environment of the Miechowska Upland. The habitat covered by Inuletum ensifoliae alliance are mainly sandy loams and silt deposits. These are usually moderately poor (mesotrophic) soils, in vast majority alkaline, dry or ranging from dry to alkaline. Habitat conditions are characterized by a full or moderate insolation.

Citation:

Misztal A., Bedla D. 2013. ALLIANCE IN THE AREA OF KALINA-LISINIEC SPECIALITY PROTECTED HABITATS IN THE MIECHOWSKA UPLAND. Infrastruktura i Ekologia Terenów Wiejskich. Nr 2013/ 04 (1 (Dec 2013))