crepido

crepido

A raised base on which other things are built or supported, as an ancient Roman temple or altar.
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Crepido neglectaeAegilopetum neglectae grows along the edge of minor roads and paths and in olive groves, generally located between 300 and 650 m.
neglecta, scarcely represented in the spanish releves, and the occurrence, on the other side, of eastern entities Crepis neglecta, we such propose a new association called Crepido neglectae-Aegilopetum neglectae, whose holotypus is releve 11 in Table 2.
This new association is widely distributed in hilly areas of western Umbria; although Lonicero xylostei-Querco cerridis sigmetum is known from the Marche region we have no data so far on the presence of Crepido neglectae-Aegilopetum neglectae in such area.
The Crepido neglectae-Aegilopetum neglectae association is here described for the first time, as a biogeographic and bioclimatic vicariant of Medicagini rigidulae-Aegilopetum geniculatae association for the Italian territory.
1982-- Crepido lacerae-Phleion ambigui nouvelle alliance pour les paturages arides a Bromus erectus de l'Apennin calcaire central et meridional -- Doc.