Maciej Filipiak, Piotr Kosiński
Forest communities with European silver-fir (Abies alba Mill.) in the Sudety Mts.Dendrobiology 2002, vol. 48: 15-22 Full text (pdf)
Abstract: The available phytosociological literature were reviewed and compared with 12 original relevés made on representative of habitats of fir trees in the study area. Only in the eastern part of the Sudety Mts. silver-fir is still important forest tree. It is found most frequently in potential sites of acidophilic beech forest, which vegetation is now strongly transformed because of planting them with spruce. Typical, mainly acidophilic beech forest takes second place (in respect of frequent occurrence). Oak-hornbeam forest take third position.
Additional key words:phytosociology, ecology.