6520 – Mountain meadows – they are the most widespread types of meadows in the Carpathians and they are characterized by a high biodiversity, mainly with numerous law protected plant species and invertebrates.

9110 – Luzulo-Fagetum beech forests – they are acidophilic beech forests, acidophilic beech and spruce forests, acidophilic beech and fir forests and acidophilic beech, spruce and fir mixed forests. The tree layer of the phytocenosis is dominated by beech, also occurring spruce and fir in the mountain region (in various proportions: 10-60%) or holm, Turkey oak and even common oak in the hilly region.

91V0 – Dacian beech forests (Symphyto-Fagion) – they are mixed forests of beech (Fagus sylvatica), fir (Abies alba) and spruce (Picea abies), which develop on a neutral, basic or slightly acidic substrate. The floral composition of these forests consists of species such as: black burdock, crested lark, liverleaf, lungwort, Persian buttercup, cypress spurge, mouse-ear hawkweed and festuca.

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