Potential distribution of natural habitats

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Marshes

B1a - Eu- and mesotrophic reed and Typha beds
B1b - Oligotrophic reed and Typha beds of fens, floating fens
B4 - Tussock sedge communities
B6 - Salt marshes

Halophytic habitats

F1a - Artemisia salt steppes
F2 - Salt meadows
F4 - Dense and tall Puccinellia swards (alkaline vegetation)
F5 - Annual salt pioneer swards of steppes and lakes

Open dry grasslands

G1 - Open sand steppes
G2 - Calcareous open rocky grasslands
G3 - Siliceous open rocky grasslands

Dry and semi-dry closed grasslangs

H1 - Closed rocky grasslands, species rich Bromus pannonicus grasslands
H2 - Calcareous rocky steppes
H3a - Slope steppes on stony ground
H4 - Forest steppe meadows
H5a - Closed steppes on loess, clay, tufa
H5b - Closed sand steppes

Riverine and swamp woodlands

J1a - Willow mire shrubs
J2 - Alder and ash swamp woodlands
J3_J4 - Riverine willow shrubs and willow-poplar woodlands
J5 - Riverine ash-alder woodlands
J6 - Riverine oak-elm-ash woodlands

Mesic deciduous woodlands

K1a_K2_K7b - Oak - hornbeam woodlands
K5_K7a - Beech woodlands

Dry deciduous woodlands

L1_M1 - Downy oak woodlands
L2a_L2b - Turkey oak woodlands
L2x_M2 - Closed mixed steppe oak woodlands on foothills and open steppe oak forests on loess
L4a_L4b - Acidofrequent oak woodlands
L5 - Closed lowland steppe oak woodlands

Rocky forests

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

Dry deciduous steppe woodlands and thickets

M3 - Open salt steppe oak woodlands with openings
M4 - Open sand steppe oak woodlands with openings
M5 - Poplar-juniper steppe woodlands
M6 - Continental deciduous steppe thickets
M7 - Continental deciduous rocky thickets

Coniferous forests

N13 - Acidofrequent coniferous forests