* Pannonic woods with Quercus petraea and Carpinus betulus
Subcontinental to pannonic oak-hornbeam forest (in some cases taking the form of Tilio-Carpinenion forest) on clay/loam-dominated and usually dry soil, usually in situations with favourable temperatures, with the emphasis on subcontinental regions (thermophile oak-hornbeam forest).
Mostly outside the beech forest range.
Notes on habitat mapping
The various types of oak-hornbeam forest are classified and delineated by reference to distinguishing species, with Stellario-Carpinetum (9160) and Galio-Carpinetum (9170) species on the one hand and subcontinental Tilio-Carpinetum species on the other. Alluvial locations are generally Stellario-Carpinetum.