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Igor Dakskobler and Livio Poldini

similarity. Vegetatio 39 (2): 97–114. Martinčič, A. 2003: Seznam listnatih mahov ( Bryopsida ) Slovenije. Hacquetia 2 (1): 91–166. Martinčič, A., Wraber, T. & Dakskobler, I. 2019: Snowbed communities with dominant Salix herbaceae in the Julian Alps. Hacquetia 18 (1): 47–73. Martinčič, A., Wraber, T., Jogan, N., Podobnik, A., Turk, B., Vreš, B., Ravnik, V., Frajman, B., Strgulc Krajšek, S., Trčak, B., Bačič, T., Fischer, M. A., Eler, K. & Surina, B. 2007: Mala flora Slovenije. Ključ za določanje praprotnic in semenk. Četrta, dopolnjena in spremenjena

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Igor Dakskobler and Boštjan Surina

. Veber, I. & Zupan, B., 2008: Localities and sites of Pulsatilla vernalis in the Julian Alps. Hacquetia 7 (1): 47–69. Dirnböck, T., Dullinger, S., Gottfried, M. & Grabherr, G. 1999: Die Vegetation des Hochschwab (Steiermark) – Alpine und Subalpine Stufe. Mitt. naturwiss. Ver. Steiermark 129: 111–251. Dirnböck, T, Dullinger, S. & Grabherr, G. 2001: A new grassland community in the Eastern Alps (Austria): Evidence of environmental distribution limits of endemic plant communities. Phytocoenologia 31 (4): 521–536. Eggensberger, P. 1994: Die

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Andrej Martinčič, Tone Wraber and Igor Dakskobler

Julian and Carnic Alps (NW Slovenia, NE Italy). Hacquetia – in review. Eggensberger, P. 1994: Die Pflanzengesellschaften der subalpinen umd alpinen Stufe der Ammergauer Alpen und ihre Stellung in den Ostalpen. Ber. Bayer. Bot. Ges., Beihefte 8: 3–239. Englisch, T. 1993: Salicetea herbaceae . In: Mucina, L., Grabherr, G. & Ellmauer, T. (eds.): Die Pflanzengesellschaften Österreichs. Teil II. Gustav Fischer Verlag, Jena. pp. 389–399. Englisch, T. 1999: Multivariate Analysen zur Synsystematik und Standortsökologie der Schneebodenvegetation

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Igor Dakskobler, Iztok Sinjur, Ivan Veber and Branko Zupan

. 2007: Na poti k mrazu. Gea 17 (1): 28-31. Skoberne, P. 2007: Narava na dlani. Zavarovane rastline Slovenije. Žepni vodnik. Mladinska knjiga, Ljubljana, 116 pp. Stefanović, V. 1986: Fitocenologija sa pregledom šumskih fitocenoza Jugoslavije. 2. izdanje. Svijetlost, Sarajevo, 269 pp. Surina, B. 2004: The association Gentiano terglouensis-Caricetum firmae T. Wraber 1970 in the Krn Mountains (The Julian Alps). Annales, Series Historia Naturalis 14 (1): 99-112. Surina

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Igor Dakskobler and Boštjan Surina

-101. Čušin, B., Babij, V., Bačič, T., Dakskobler, I., Frajman, B., Jogan, N., Kaligarič, M., Praprotnik, N., Seliškar, A., Skoberne, P., Surina, B., Škornik, S. & Vreš, B. 2004: Natura 2000 v Sloveniji, Rastline. Založba ZRC, ZRC SAZU, Ljubljana. 172 pp. Dakskobler, I. 2016: Two new pioneer communities of Sorbus aucuparia and Sorbus aria in the southern Julian Alps. Hacquetia 15 (1): 67-91. Dakskobler, I., Rozman, A. & Seliškar, A. 2013a: Forest and scrub communities with green alder (Alnus viridis) in Slovenia. Hacquetia 12 (2): 95

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Igor Dakskobler, Andrej Seliškar and Franc Batič

References Batič, F., Primožič, K., Surina, B., Trošt, T. & Mayrhofer, H. 2003: Contribution to the lichen flora of Slovenia. X. Lichens from the Slovenian Julian Alps. Herzogia 16: 143-154. Berger, F., Priemetzhofer, F. & Türk, R. 2010: Atlas der Verbreitung der Flechten in Oberösterreich. Stapfia 90 (2009): 1-320. Bilovitz, P. O., Knežević, B., Stešević, D., Vitikainen, O., Dragićević, S., Mayrhofer, H. 2008: New or otherwise interesting lichenized and lichenicolous fungi from

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Igor Dakskobler

.): Geografski atlas Slovenije. Država v prostoru in času. Državna založba Slovenije, Ljubljana, pp. 100-101. Dakskobler, I. 2004: Združbe črnega gabra (Ostrya carpinifolia) v Srednjem Posočju (zahodna Slovenija). Razprave 4. razreda SAZU 45-2: 37-146. Dakskobler, I. 2007: Pioneer community with the dominant Aurinia petraea on the rockfall screes in the southern Julian Alps (western Slovenia). Wulfenia 14: 105-131. Dakskobler, I., Vončina, A. & Gantar, T. 2011: Rastišča in združbene razmere vrste Daphne blagayana

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Igor Dakskobler

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In the southern Julian Alps we described two communities whose tree layer is dominated by species from the genus Sorbus and noted two successional stages in the overgrowing of abandoned agricultural land (pastures, hay meadows). In the secondary succession on former subalpine pastures above the alp Planina Razor und under the Breginjski Stol ridge, where potential natural vegetation consists of subalpine beech forest, dwarf pine has been overgrown with mountain ash (Sorbus aucuparia) whose stands are classified into the new association Rhododendro hirsuti-Sorbetum aucupariae. Whitebeam (Sorbus aria) has established itself on steep former hay meadows in the belt of altimontane beech forests under Mts. Jalovnik and Krikov Vrh, on gullied slopes on mixed geological bedrock dominated by chert, and these stands are classified into the association Calamagrostio arundinaceae-Sorbetum ariae. While occupying only small areas these two pioneer stages, as the sites of some rare or protected species, are nevertheless important biotopes and play a vital role in protection against avalanches.

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Igor Dakskobler, Andrej Martinčič and Daniel Rojšek

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We conducted a phytosociological study of the communities hosting the rare and endangered fern Adiantum capillus-veneris in the foothills of the Julian Alps, in Karst and in Istria. Based on a comparison with similar communities elsewhere in the southern Alps (northern Italy) we classified most of the recorded stands into the syntaxa Eucladio-Adiantetum eucladietosum and -cratoneuretosum commutati. Releves from the southern Julian Alps, located in comparatively slightly colder and moister local climate and the dolomite bedrock are classified into the new subassociation -hymenostylietosum recurvirostri subass. nova. Stands with the abundant occurrence of the liverwort Conocephalum conicum, are classified in to the new subassociation -conocephaletosum conici subass. nova. Stands in conglomerate rock shelters along the Soča at Solkan are classified into the new association Phyteumato columnae-Adiantetum ass. nova, a community of transitional character between the classes Adiantetea capilli-veneris and Asplenietea trichomanis.

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Luka Gale, Bogomir Celarc, Marcello Caggiati, Tea Kolar-Jurkovšek, Bogdan Jurkovšek and Piero Gianolla

early Eocene transfer zone. Tectonophysics 414, 203–223. Celarc B. & Kolar-Jurkovšek T. 2008: The Carnian–Norian basin-platform system of the Martuljek Mountain Group (Julian Alps, Slovenia): progradation of the Dachstein carbonate platform. Geol. Carpathica 59, 211–224. Celarc B., Vrabec M., Rožič B., Kralj P., Jamšek Rupnik P., Kolar-Jurkovšek T., Gale L. & Šmuc A. 2013: Field trip A1: Southern Alps of Slovenia in a nutshell: paleogeography, tectonics, and active deformation. In: Schuster R. (Ed.): 11 th Workshop on Alpine Geological Studies & 7 th