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La Vegetación del Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido

Flora / Fauna Monograph
By: José Luis Benito Alonso(Author)
350 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
La Vegetación del Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido
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  • La Vegetación del Parque Nacional de Ordesa y Monte Perdido ISBN: 9788493781149 Edition: 2 Paperback Apr 2012 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: Spanish

This the revised second edition of the first edition published in 2006 and describes the vegetation of Ordesa and Monte Perdido National Park, situated in the Pyrenees of Huesca province, Aragon, Spain.

Summary in Spanish:
Segunda edición corregida de esta obra que se publicó por primera vez en 2006.

La vegetación del Parque consta de 113 comunidades vegetales repartidas. Dominan las que presentan un mayor número de especies eurosiberianas (45%), seguidas de las alpinas (25%). Los tipos de vegetación más diversificados son los pastos y prados con 34 comunidades (18 asociaciones más 16 subasociaciones), seguidos de los roquedos y las gleras con 33 (23+10) y de los bosques con 27 (16+11).

Hemos contabilizado 28 hábitats de importancia comunitaria de los que cuatro son prioritarios para su conservación en el ámbito de la Unión Europea. Dichos hábitats engloban al 75% de las comunidades vegetales del Parque (84), repartidas en 56 asociaciones más 28 subasociaciones.

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Flora / Fauna Monograph
By: José Luis Benito Alonso(Author)
350 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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