Fill in the table “Plant communities” Edificator species

Name Edificator species Associated plant species
Spruce forest Norway or European spruce, sometimes fir or pine Blueberries, lingonberries, oxalis, common European, double-leaved mine, round-leaved wintergreen, club-shaped sycamore, etc.
Pine forest Scots pine, sometimes European larch Blueberries, lingonberries, drooping lumbago, bearberry, common heather, dioecious cat’s paw, hairy hawk, etc.
Broadleaf forest English oak, small-leaved linden, Norway maple, common ash Buckthorn brittle, warty euonymus, forest honeysuckle, common lily of the valley, yellow zelenchuk, European hoof, unclear lungwort, etc.
Meadow Cereals and legumes (awnless bonfire, creeping wheatgrass, timothy grass, meadow clover) Creeping clover, hybrid clover, mouse peas, sickle-shaped alfalfa, meadow rank, white sweet clover, medicinal sweet clover, sycamore, snake mountaineer, caustic buttercup, yarrow, meadow cornflower
Bottom swamp Sedges (bubbly, soddy, etc.), broadleaf cattail, common reed, meadowsweet Marsh cinquefoil, river gravilat, umbrella susak
Riding swamp Sphagnum mosses (sphagnum magellan, oak sphagnum, protruding sphagnum), green moss cuckoo flax Scots pine (oppressed), cottongrass vaginalis, round-leaved sundew, cloudberries, sedges, small-fruited cranberries, blueberries, marsh wild rosemary, common pod, marsh myrtle, etc.
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