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Ten natural habitats listed in the Habitats Directive are listed, five of which are freshwater (2 still waters and 3 flowing waters), one is herbaceous formations, and three are forests (two of which are associated with riparian vegetation). One of the still water habitats is considered a priority and is marked with an asterisk.


These habitats are as follows:


  • 3 Freshwater Habitats

    • 31 Standing water

      • 3150 Natural eutrophic lakes with Magnopotamion or Hydrocharition vegetation.

      • 3170 Temporary Mediterranean ponds.

    • 32 Flowing water - stretches of watercourses with natural and semi-natural dynamics (small, medium and large beds), where the water quality does not undergo significant changes

      • 3260 Basal to montane floor watercourses with Ranunculion fluantis and Callitricho-Batrachion vegetation.

      • 3280 Permanent Mediterranean watercourses of Paspalo-Agrostidion with riverside tree curtains of Salix and Populus alba.

      • 3290 Intermittent Mediterranean watercourses of Paspalo-Agrostidion.


  • 6 Natural and semi-natural herbaceous formations

    • 63 Sclerophyllous forests subject to grazing (montados)

      • 6310 Montados de Quercus spp. evergreen


  • 9 Forests

    • 91 Forests of temperate Europe

      • 91B0 Thermophilic freixials of Fraxinus angustifolia.

    • 92 Mediterranean deciduous forests

      • 92A0 Salix alba and Populus alba gallery forests.

    • 93 Mediterranean sclerophyllous forests

      • 9330 Forests of Quercus suber.


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