Vegetation of the Czech Republic
Nardo strictae-Agrostion tenuis Sillinger 1933
The alliance Nardo-Agrostion includes grasslands of Nardus stricta which develop at deforested sites of the montane belt in the high mountain ranges which possess a well-defined alpine belt. The stands of the Nardo-Agrostion contain a mixture of species from different altitudinal belts, including both the alpine and submontane grassland species pools. This alliance is distributed in the Carpathians and probably also in the Alps. In the Czech Republic, well developed stands occur only in the Krkonoše Mountains.
Orig. (Sillinger 1933): Nardeto-Agrostidion tenuis (Nardus stricta)
Diagnostic and constant species: see association Sileno vulgaris-Nardetum strictae
Source: Krahulec F. (2007): TEB Nardo strictae-Agrostion tenuis Sillinger 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, p. 295.