Nomenclatural notes on saline vegetation of Ukraine, southern Russia and Kazakhstan
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In this syntaxonomic nomenclature note we introduce the Plantagini salsae-Artemision santonici (Artemisia santonicae-Limonietalia gmelinii, Festuco-Puccinellietea), a new name for the syntaxon carrying an illegitimate name 'Artemis ionsantonici Shelyag-Sosonko & Solomakha 1987'. This vegetation comprises Artemisia santonicum dominated salt-steppevegetation on solonetz-like soils of slightly elevated habitats of alluvial plains and of the slopes of shallow depressions inthe steppe zone of Ukraine and forest-steppe and steppe zones of Russia. We also suggest a nomenclatural adjustment(nomen inversum) for the 'Artemisio pauciflorae-Camphorosmion monspeliacae' (Artemisietalia pauciflorae, FestucoPuccinellietea).The steppe vegetation classified within this latter syntaxon occurs in southern Russia and northern Kazakhstan.
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