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-Mirkowa, Mirek, 2006 ; Żukowski, Jackowiak, 1995 , Snowarski, 2007 ]. Photography 6 Broomrape - parasitic herbaceous plants ( Orobanche sp ) A characteristic feature of xerothermic plant communities is their diversity depending on the origin and enrichment in species from other habitats. Introduction of other species distinctly increases the biodiversity of these communities [ Kostuch, Misztal, 2007 ]. 4 THREATS The last decades have brought diminishing of areas covered by thermophilic pavements. Disappearance of pavement vegetation is caused by changes in soil use