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Monte Cimone - Libro Aperto - Lago Pratignano

Habitat
The habitats of community interest, protected by Natura 2000 Network, cover about 65% of the surface in the site Mount Cimone - Libro Aperto - Lake Pratignano and are 23, of which 6 priorities.

  • Semi-natural dry grass formations and facies (i.e. rocks or sedimentary formations) covered with bushes on limestone substrate (Festuco-Brometalia) with flowering of orchids
  • Grass formations with Nardus rich in species on silica substrate of mountain areas
  • Active high peat bogs, lake or marsh environment where peat accumulates, plant-based material that form at the bottom of lakes as a result of the slow decomposition of plants that fall and die in the little water that characterizes this habitat
  • Central European limestone
  • Limestone floors; Black Ontan (Alnus glutinosa) flood forests, tree plant found throughout Europe, North Africa, Asia Minor, Siberia and East Asia
  • Major or common ash forests (Fraxinus excelsior), a tree that could reach 40 mt. in height
  • Natural eutrophic lakes, that is, rich in nutrients, with vegetation of Magnopotamion o Hydrocharition
  • European dry and northern alpine moors
  • Joint (Juniperus communis) formations on moors or meadows
  • Grass formations, alpine and subalpine calcicole
  • Grasslands with Bermuda grass (Molinia) on limestone, turf or clay-lemonism (Molinion caeruleae)
  • Plain, mountain and alpine borders of igrofile megaphobes
  • Lean grasslands from low-altitude hay with the presence of the common mouse tail (Alopecurus pratensis) and the Anis (Sanguisorba officinalis) perennial herbaceous plant wih anti-inflammatory properties
  • Mountain grasslands from hay
  • Transition and unstable peat bogs
  • Silica ghionions of the mountain floor to the limit of perennial snows (Androsacetalia alpinae e Galeopsietalia ladani)
  • Western Mediterranean gravels that have tolerance to high temperature (thermophiles)
  • Limestone rock walls and silica walls with casmofitic vegetation, that is, typical vegetation that colonizes very rocky environments
  • Pioneering meadows on rocky peaks
  • Chestnut forests (Castanea sativa)
  • Willow forests of White Willows (Salix alba) and White Poplars (Populus alba).
Location: Fanano, Fiumalbo, Montecreto, Riolunato, Sestola   (MO) | Region: Emilia-Romagna
Libro Aperto Climb
Libro Aperto Climb
(photo by Archivio Ente Parchi Emilia Centrale)
 
 
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