Zespół Urtico-Aegopodietum podagrariae i zbiorowisko z Veronica chamaedrys występujące na terenie byłej Akademii Rolniczej w Szczecinie przy ulicach J. Słowckiego i Papieża Pawła VI
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In the area of the former University of Agriculture situated in Słowackiego and Papieża Pawła VI streets there is a nitrophilous seminatural community of fringe type Urtico- Aegopodietum podagrariae, internally differentiated into a typical variant and a forest variant. The typical variant of community is constituted by patches situated on surfaces shadowed by the forest stand and shrubs occurring along Słowackiego Street. A series of species of forest communities can be found in them, but most often and most numerous, frequently in a facial form, Ficaria verna and Corydalis solida are found, more rarely – Adoxa moschatellina, Anemone nemorosa and Gagea lutea. Both in the typical variant and in the forest one, the characteristic species Aegopodium podagraria is dominating (S=V and in both variants it reaches D=2514 and 1895, respectively) and it is accompanied by Urtica dioica (S respectively=V and II and D=2168 and 466). The typical variant occurs most frequently in narrow streets in the neighbourhood of buildings and also along the paths and inner roads of the area. Similar habitats are settled by Veronica chamaedrys, which most often is found on surfaces exposed to the sun, on slopes, along paths and on lawns. It is a prevailing species in these patches (S=V, D=1025).
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