Authors report some results about a phytosociological study concerning the wetlands to the south of Olbia (Gallura, north-eastern Sardinia). Vegetation analysis allowed to detect 21 associations, among them two are new and denominatedHalimionio portulacoidis-Limoniastretum monopetaliass. nova andEphedro fragilis-Pistacietum lentisciass. nova. Among them, the associationHalimiono portulacoidis-Limoniastretum monopetalishows a particular phytogeographical interest, because it sets theLimoniastrum monopetalumvegetation in the only Sardinian station of this shrubby Plumbaginacea.From a syntaxonomic point of view, described syntaxa are included in 9 vegetation classes.Plant landscape of the area was reconstructed by the study of chain contacts among different communities, placed in space according to humidity and salinity gradients, determined by substratum texture and micromorphology. On the basis of phytocoenotic diversity stressed by this research, this study area is believed to be deserving of protection aiming at conserving and managing its populations and plant communities.

Halophilous vegetation of Olbia pond system (NE-Sardinia) / Farris, Emmanuele; Filigheddu, Rossella Speranza. - In: FITOSOCIOLOGIA. - ISSN 1125-9078. - 41:1 - Suppl. 1(2004), pp. 125-141.

Halophilous vegetation of Olbia pond system (NE-Sardinia)

Farris, Emmanuele;Filigheddu, Rossella Speranza;
2004

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Authors report some results about a phytosociological study concerning the wetlands to the south of Olbia (Gallura, north-eastern Sardinia). Vegetation analysis allowed to detect 21 associations, among them two are new and denominatedHalimionio portulacoidis-Limoniastretum monopetaliass. nova andEphedro fragilis-Pistacietum lentisciass. nova. Among them, the associationHalimiono portulacoidis-Limoniastretum monopetalishows a particular phytogeographical interest, because it sets theLimoniastrum monopetalumvegetation in the only Sardinian station of this shrubby Plumbaginacea.From a syntaxonomic point of view, described syntaxa are included in 9 vegetation classes.Plant landscape of the area was reconstructed by the study of chain contacts among different communities, placed in space according to humidity and salinity gradients, determined by substratum texture and micromorphology. On the basis of phytocoenotic diversity stressed by this research, this study area is believed to be deserving of protection aiming at conserving and managing its populations and plant communities.
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