Choose a habitat to find the corresponding plant communities

Alpine and subalpine calcareous grassland
Altantic hazel wood
Atlantic oak wood
Beech wood
Blanket bog
Bracken scrub
Calaminarian grassland
Caledonian forest
Chalk river and stream
Coastal floodplain grazing marsh
Coastal vegetated shingle
Crevice scree and spoil
Damp fertile disturbed
Disturbed nutrient rich
Dune slack
Fast flowing river and stream
Gateways and tracks
Hard cliff and cliff slope
Hedgerow scrub
High montane heath and snow bed
Limestone pavement
Lizard peninsula
Lowland calcareous grassland
Lowland dry acid grassland
Lowland dry heath
Lowland dry oak and birch wood
Lowland fen
Lowland heath
Lowland meadow and pasture
Lowland mixed oak and ash wood
Lowland wet heath
Machair sand dune
Marginal and inundation
Maritime cliff
Mesotrophic grassland
Mixed scrub
Moist damp verges and banks
Montane dwarf shrub heath
Montane scrub
Mountain ledge
Northern hay meadow
Nutrient rich eutrophic lake
Nutrient rich around buildings
Only East Anglia
Open habitat arable weed fertile loam and clay
Open habitat arable weed less fertile acid
Open habitat arable weed light lime rich
Peat stained (dystrophic) water
Pond ditch and canal
Purple moor grass and rush pasture
Raised bog
Rocky slope
Saline lagoon
Salt marsh
Sand dune
Sluggish river and stream
Traditional orchard
Turlough and fluctuation mere
Upland acid grassland
Upland acid rush pasture
Upland birch wood
Upland calcareous grassland
Upland dry heath
Upland lake loch and tarn
Upland mixed ash wood
Upland rush pasture
Upland spring flush
Upland wet heath
Valley mire
Wet woodland
Wood pasture
Yew wood

Britain's Habitats. A guide to the wildlife habitats of Britain and Ireland. Lake, Liley, Still and Swash. WildGuides 2015.