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Z. Cerovečki: ŠUME BUKVE S TRSTOLIKOM MILAVOM–As. Calamagrosti arundinaceae-Fagetum ... Šumarski list br. 7–8, CXXXIII (2009), 417-423

SUMMARY: In the border area between the continental and littoral beech
forests, according to I. Horvat (1962) the beech forests with the reed grass
described as.Calamagrosti arundinaceae-Fagetum(Ht. 1950)Cerovečki ass.
novaare developed. The association is divided into two subassociations, the
more thermophilous one (caricetosum albae) and the more mesophilous one
(abietetosum albae). The subassociation with the white reed comprises the
pure beech forests, which on Obruč from the physiognomic point of view are
found as two different types. One type includes the normally developed high-
value economic forests coverig considerable areas of that region, and the forests
of the stunted looking beech, limited to the extended plateau under the
cliff to the northeast from the highest peak of Obruč. The latter type has developed
under the influence of the specific climatic conditins and the characteristic
massif orography. Generally, the area of Obruč, Pakleno, Crni vrh and
Sljeme is specific with respect to the climatic phenomena and phytogeographical
belonging. The beech and reed grass forests grow in the said area on the
moderately inclined slopes and plateaus above rendzinas or moderately deep
and soils between the blocks of rock.

The forests of the as. Calamagrosti arundinaceae-Fagetumhave been classified
into the allianceAremonio-Fagion, the order Fagetalia sylvaticae and
the classQuerco-Fagetea.