L2.2A - Riverine and typical flood plains


(Visualisation of selected environmental variables for habitats: PDF, 28 kB)

elevation [m]

average precipitation [mm]

average temperature [°C]

relation to the potential natural vegetation
  code cummulated vegetation unit%
 1Alluvial woodland6,82
 2Oak-hornbeam and lime oak woodland23,74
 3Ravine and scree woodland0,05
 4Herb rich beech woodland24,45
 5Calcicolous beech woodland0,03
 6Herb rich silver fir forest0,1
 7Acidophilous beech and silver fir woodland24,71
 8Perialpidic basiphilous thermophilous oak woodland0,05
 9Subcontinental thermophilous oak woodland0,45
 10Subacidophilous central European thermophilous oak woodland0,25
 11Acidophilous woodrush-, silver fir-, birch- and pine-oak woodland18,54
 13Acidophilous pine forests0,04
 14Climatic and waterlogged spruce forests0,67
 17Bogs and mires0,07
 18Vegetation on sites strongly influenced by human activity0,03
 19Water bodies0

distribution in phytogeographical regions
 Bohemian thermophyticum
 Pannonian thermophyticum
 Bohemian mesophyticum
 Carpathian thermophyticum
 Bohemian oreophyticum
 Carpathian oreophyticum
area [ha] % ČR segment count avg. segm. area [ha] var. coef. segm. area min. area [ha] max. area [ha]

Threatened species

Bryophytes (PDF, 58 kB)

Vascular plants (PDF, 56 kB)

Fungi (PDF, 98 kB)

Beetles - Carabidae (PDF, 52 kB)

Beetles - Staphylinidae (PDF, 79 kB)

Daily butterflies (PDF, 58 kB)

Spiders (PDF, 57 kB)

Molluscs (PDF, 65 kB)

Fish (PDF, 58 kB)

Amphibians (PDF, 58 kB)

Reptiles (PDF, 58 kB)

Birds (PDF, 58 kB)

Mammals (PDF, 58 kB)

Diagnostic, constant and dominant species

(Species not analysed for this level)

Syntaxons and their status

(based on Moravec a kol., 1995)

(syntaxons not elaborated for this level)


(No photos available for this level)
Kučera, T. [ed.] 2005: Red book on Habitats of the Czech Republic. URL: http://www.usbe.cas.cz/cervenakniha/eng.