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Diantho lumnitzeri-Seslerion (Soó 1971) Chytrý et Mucina in Mucina et al. 1993

Sesleria caerulea grasslands

This is grassland vegetation dominated by Sesleria caerulea, occurring on north-facing cliffs and rocky slopes in warm and dry areas of Central Europe. It contains a mixture of thermophilous species of dry grasslands and dealpine species, which were probably widespread on base-rich substrata of the lowlands during the last Ice Age, but have largely retreated to higher altitudes of the Alps and Carpathians in the Holocene.

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