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| occurrence ecology typo=Molinion, Molinio-Pinion, Quercion robori-petraeae
 
| occurrence ecology typo=Molinion, Molinio-Pinion, Quercion robori-petraeae
 
| floristic zones=Europe, Caucase
 
| floristic zones=Europe, Caucase
| image a=File:MoliArun1.jpg
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| image a=file:MoliArun_Infl.tif
 
| result=https://www.infoflora.ch/fr/flore/molinia-arundinacea.html#map
 
| result=https://www.infoflora.ch/fr/flore/molinia-arundinacea.html#map
 
| flowering period formula min-from-to-max=NA/7/9/NA
 
| flowering period formula min-from-to-max=NA/7/9/NA

Latest revision as of 15:58, 7 November 2019

(Genre)

Molinia (Molinia)
By: Stefan Eggenberg
Info Flora, Flora Helvetica
Geographic Scope: Suisse — Source: Flora Helvetica — Collaboration limited to: Team Flora Helvetica — Status: 22.04.2019Contributors: Anne-Laure Maire
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Plante haute de 10–100 cm. Epillets atteignant 6 mm de long. Glumelle inférieure longue de 3–4 mm, ovale, arrondie. Feuilles larges de 3–8(–10) mm 
Molinia caerulea (L.) Moench – Molinie bleue
H; 30–100 cm — collinéen–subalpin (–alpin);
pelouses maigres à humidité variable, marais, forêts marécageuses, brousses d'arbustes nains
; Molinion, Calluno-Genistion, Sphagnion magellanici; Eurosibérie
MoliCaer Spkl 2 ste.tif
Plante dépassant généralement 100 cm de haut. Epillets longs de 6–9 mm. Glumelle inférieure longue de 4,5–7 mm, oblongue, acuminée. Feuilles larges de 8–10(–20) mm 
Molinia arundinacea Schrank – Molinie littorale
H; 1.2–2.5 m — collinéen–montagnard;
pelouses maigres à humidité variable, hautes herbes, ourlets, forêts
; Molinion, Molinio-Pinion, Quercion robori-petraeae; Europe, Caucase
MoliArun Infl.tif