Distribution maps of habitat types

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  • EUHYDROPHYTE HABITATS - A1-A5
  • MARSHES - B1a-BA
  • FLUSHES, MIRES & BOGS - C1-C23
  • FENS, MEADOWS & TALL HERB COMMUNITIES - D1-D6
  • HAY MEADOWS, GRASSLANDS & HEATHS COLLINE... - E1-E5
  • HALOPHYTIC HABITATS - F1a-F5
  • DRY OPEN GRASSLANDS - G1-G3
  • DRY/SEMI-DRY GRASSLANDS - H1-H5b
  • NON-RUDERAL PIONEER HABITATS - I1-I4
EUHYDROPHYTE HABITATS
A1 Standing water communities with Trapa, Lemna, Salvinia and Ceratophyllum
A23 Euhydrophyte communities with Nymphaea, Nuphar, Utricularia and Stratiotes
A3a Communities of slowly running waters with Potamogeton and Nymphoides
A4 Euhydrophyte communities of fens
A5 Athalassal saline euhydrophyte communities
MARSHES
B1a Eu- and mesotrophic reed and Typha beds
B1b Oligotrophic reed and Typha beds of fens, floating fens
B2 Glyceria, Sparganium and Schoenoplectus beds
B3 Water-fringing helophyte beds with Butomus, Eleocharis and Alisma
B4 Tussock sedge communities
B5 Non-tussock beds of large sedges
B6 Salt marshes
BA Fine-scale mosaic or zonation of marsh communities of channels, ditches and artificial lakes
FLUSHES, TRANSITION MIRES & RAISED BOGS
C1 Soft and hard water flushes
C23 Transition mires and raised bogs
RICH FENS, EU- & MESOTROPHIC MEADOWS & TALL HERB COOMUNITIES
D1 Rich fens (Caricion davallianae)
D2 Molinia meadows
D34 Mesotrophic wet meadows
D5 Tall herb communities of creeks and fens
D6 Tall herb communities of floodplains and marshes
COLLINE AND MONTAINE HAY MEADOWS, ACID GRASSLANDS AND HEATHS
E1 Arrhenatherum hay meadows
E2 Festuca rubra hay meadows
E34 Cynosurion grasslands and Nardus swards
E5 Calluna heaths
HALOPHYTIC HABITATS
F1a Artemisia salt steppes
F1b Achillea steppes on meadow solonetz
F2 Salt meadows
F3 Tall herb salt meadows and salt meadow steppes
F4 Dense and tall Puccinellia swards
F5 Annual salt pioneer swards of steppes and lakes
DRY OPEN GRASSLANDS
G1 Open sand steppes
G2 Calcareous open rocky grasslands
G3 Siliceous open rocky grasslands
DRY AND SEMI-DRY CLOSED GRASSLANDS
H1 Closed rocky grasslands, species rich Bromus pannonicus grasslands
H2 Calcareous rocky steppes
H3a Slope steppes on stony ground
H4 Bromus erectus-Brachypodium pinnatum xero-mesic grasslands, dry tall herb communities and forest steppe meadows
and other semi-dry grasslands
H5a Closed steppes on loess, clay, tufa
H5b Closed sand steppes
NON-RUDERAL PIONEER HABITATS
I1 Amphibious communities on river gravel and sand banks
I2 Semi-desert vegetation on loess
cliffs
I4 Open vegetation of shadowed rocks
OTHER NON-WOODY HABITATS
OA Uncharacteristic wetlands
OB Uncharacteristic mesic meadows and tall herb communities
OC Uncharacteristic dry/semi-dry grasslands and tall herb communities
SHRUBLANDS
J1a Willow mire shrubs
J3 Riverine willow shrub
M6 Continental deciduous steppe thickets
M7 Continental deciduous rocky thickets
M8 Thermophilous woodland fringes
P2a Mesic shrub vegetation
P2b Dry shrub vegetation with Crataegus monogyna, Prunus spinosa and Juniperus communis
RIVERINE AND SWAMP WOODLANDS
J1b Birch mire woodlands
J2 Alder and ash swamp woodlands
J4 Riverine willow-poplar woodlands
J5 Riverine ash-alder woodlands
J6 Riverine oak-elm-ash woodlands
MESIC DECIDUOUS WOODLANDS
K1a Lowland pedunculate oak - hornbeam woodlands
K2 Sessile oak - hornbeam woodlands
K5 Beech woodlands
K7a Acidofrequent beech woodlands
K7b Acidofrequent oak-hornbeam woodlands
CLOSED AND OPEN DRY DECIDUOUS WOODLANDS
L1 Closed termophilous downy oak woodlands
L2a Turkey oak - sessile oak woodlands
L2b Turkey oak - pedunculate oak woodlands
L2x Closed and mixed steppe oak woodlands on foothills
L4a Closed acidofrequent oak woodlands
L4b Open acidofrequent oak woodlands
L5 Closed lowland steppe oak woodlands
M1 Downy oak scrub woodlands
M2 Open loess steppe oak woodlands with openings
M3 Open salt steppe oak woodlands with openings
M4 Open sand steppe oak woodlands with openings
M5 Poplar-juniper steppe woodlands
ROCKY WOODLANDS
LY1 Forests of ravines (mesic rocky forests rich in Acer pseudoplatanus)
LY2 Mixed forests of slopes and screes
LY3 Limestone beech forests
LY4 Mixed relic oak forests on rocks
CONIFEROUS MIXED WOODLANDS
N13 Acidofrequent coniferous forests
N2 Calcareous Scots pine forests
OTHER WOODLANDS AND WOODY HABITATS
P45 Wooded pastures and sweet chestnut forests
P7 Extensive orchards with ancient cultivars (often invaded by shrubs and trees)
RA Scattered native trees or narrow tree lines
RB Uncharacteristic (often pioneer) softwood forests and plantations
RC Uncharacteristic hardwood forests and plantations
RDb Uncharacteristic forests and plantations mixed with non-native tree species