Wetland vegetation of the class Phragmito-Magno-Caricetea in centralItaly

  title={Wetland vegetation of the class Phragmito-Magno-Caricetea in centralItaly},
  author={Flavia Landucci and Czech Republic and Daniela Gigante and Roberto Venanzoni and Milan Chytr{\'y}},
A survey and a formalized phytosociological classification of the marsh vegetation of the class Phragmito-Magno-Caricetea in central Italy is presented. Formal definitions of the majority of wetland associations recorded from the Italian territory were defined using the Cocktail method and applied to a large data set of vegetation plots extracted from the database VegItaly (hosted by the web database system "anArchive"). A total of 43 associations belonging to seven alliances and four orders… 

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