silicicolous

silicicolous

(ˌsɪlɪˈsɪkələs)
adj
(Botany) thriving in siliceous soil
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Lainz) Leon: San Emiliano, Riolago de Babia, Alto de Terreiros, 29TQH354551, silicicolous rupicolous community (Saxifragion willkommianae) in quarzytes, 2020 m asl, 28-VI-2016, E.
Silicicolous lichens and their lichenicolous fungi of Serra d'Espada (Castello).
2011: 258-259) interpreted the Origanion virentis (Origanetalia vulgaris, Trifolio-Geranietea) as an alliance uniting both silicicolous and basicolous fringe communities.
Being preferentially silicicolous and supporting permanent waterlogging, it occupies mostly temporihygrophilous situations, placing itself between edaphohygrophilous and climatophilous vegetation series, almost entirely related to phreatic conditions.
Thus facies can be shrubby, frutescent, herbaceous, crop field, pastoral, horticultural, grazed, forested, sabulicolous, pyrophilous, silicicolous, urban, rocky, xeric, ombrophilous, etc.
Minuartio valentinae-Quercetum pyrenaicae corresponds to silicicolous subhumid forests of Quercus pyrenaica, appearing over rodenos in the upper mesomediterranean to lower supramediterranean belts of the Sierra de Espadan (Castellon).
In the scrub clearings, silicicolous terophytes of Tuberarietalia become frequent: Aira caryophyllea, Evax carpetana, Rumex acetosella subsp.
The Sierra de Guadarrama is characterized by a granite and gneiss lithology, and has a typical Mediterranean, silicicolous flora.
This alliance occurs throughout the silicicolous thermo- to supramediterranean dry to lower subhumid territories.