The inland-heath communities of the Netherlands
Wentia , Volume 15 - Issue 1 p. 142- 162
The inland heath vegetations of the Netherlands consist of three main types: the dry heath complex, Calluna vulgaris dominant; the humid heath complex, Calluna and Erica tetralix co-dominant; and the wet heath complex, Erica tetralix dominant. Each of those complexes shows some variation in its floristic composition caused by ecological and geographical factors. The water and mineral nutrient content of the soil are the two ecological master factors.
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