Vegetation of the Czech Republic
Puccinellion limosae Soó 1933
This alliance includes species-poor, saline grasslands dominated by short grasses of the genus Puccinellia, occurring on drier soils than the other vegetation types of saline habitats. It is distributed in dry lowlands of south-eastern-central and south-eastern Europe, where it is often found in contact with steppe vegetation. In southern Moravia it reaches its north-western distribution limits.
Orig. (Soó 1933): Puccinellion distantis („Puccinellia distans *limosa” ~ P. limosa)
Syn.: Puccinellion distantis Soó 1933 (§ 10), Puccinellion limosae Klika et Vlach 1937
Source: Šumberová K., Novák J. & Sádlo J. (2007): TCA Puccinellion limosae Soó 1933. In: Chytrý M. (ed.), Vegetace České republiky. 1. Travinná a keříčková vegetace [Vegetation of the Czech Republic. 1. Grassland and Heathland Vegetation]. Academia, Praha, pp. 152-153.