Vegetation of the Czech Republic
Verbenion supinae Slavnić 1951
- MAC01 Veronico anagalloidis-Lythretum hyssopifoliae
- MAC02 Cerastio dubii-Ranunculetum sardoi
- MAC03 Pulicario vulgaris-Menthetum pulegii
This alliance includes low-growing vegetation of summer or winter annual, or short-lived perenial species, which are weak competitors. It occurs in warm areas, where succession of tall-growing competitors is fast, which means that this vegetation type is most often found in frequently disturbed habitats, such as wet places in arable fields and pastures, sand or loam pits, bottoms of summer-dried fishponds, desiccating oxbows and river banks. Soils are rich in calcium, and on some sites slightly saline. This alliance occurs in warm parts of Europe, being most diverse in the Pannonian region.
Orig. (Slavnić 1951): Verbenion supinae foed. nov.
Syn.: Nano-Cyperion flavescentis Koch 1926 p. p. (§ 2b, nomen nudum), Nano-Cyperion Libbert 1932 p. p. (§ 3f)
Diagnostic and constant species: see association Veronico anagalloidis-Lythretum hyssopifoliae
Source: Šumberová K. (2011): MAC Verbenion supinae Slavnić 1951. In: Chytrý M. (ed.), Vegetace České republiky. 3. Vodní a mokřadní vegetace [Vegetation of the Czech Republic 3. Aquatic and wetland vegetation]. Academia, Praha, pp. 336-338.