Vegetation of the Czech Republic
Arnoseridion minimae Malato-Beliz et al. 1960
This alliance includes weed communities of cereal fields, developing on soils which are more acidic and nutrient-poorer than soils associated with any other alliance of the class Stellarietea mediae. It occurs both on sandy soils and wet podzols. The geographic range of this alliance includes north-western Europe; the Czech occurrences are on the south-eastern edge of its range and some diagnostic species occurring in this alliance in north-western Europe are absent here.
Orig. (Malato-Beliz et al. 1960): Arnoserion minimae Malato-Beliz, J. et R. Tx. 1960
Syn.: Agrostienion spicae-venti Oberdorfer 1949 p. p. (suballiance), Aperion spicae-venti Tüxen ex Oberdorfer 1957 p. p.
Diagnostic and constant species: see association Sclerantho annui-Arnoseridetum minimae
Source: Otýpková Z. (2009): XBD Arnoseridion minimae Malato-Beliz et al. 1960. In: Chytrý M. (ed.), Vegetace České republiky. 2. Ruderální, plevelová, skalní a su»ová vegetace [Vegetation of the Czech Republic 2. Ruderal, weed, rock and scree vegetation]. Academia, Praha, pp. 119-120.