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Day Rendering description photo open biotopesOpen swamp - Waterlogged soil, in places with ponds. Usually not forested and more open than. reeds is a community of reeds and other plants that form a thicket on shallow banks of stagnant or slowly flowing water. Salt marshes are stocks of herbaceous plants (salt plant vegetation) that are periodically or irregularly flooded by the sea. They form the natural transition and the biological boundary between land and sea on tidal alluvial soft substrate soils. Wet meadows are wood-free, semi-natural biotopes characterized by grasses, rushes, sedges and other herbaceous plants, whose soils in the upper horizons are influenced by groundwater or are temporarily flooded. They are located in the area of ​​river valleys, lakes or depressions. wooded biotopesWaterlogged forests, with dense vegetation, such as alluvial forests or swamp forests The ecosystem mangrove is formed by forests of salt-tolerant mangrove trees in the tidal area of ​​tropical coasts with water temperatures above 20 ° C. moorRaised bogs or Rain bogs are nutrient-poor, acidic wetlands. In contrast to fens, raised bogs are predominantly supplied by precipitation and minerals brought in from the air. The most important peat producer is the peat moss (Sphagnum spec.). Due to better growth conditions in the middle of the bog, the bog can acquire a clock-glass-shaped bulge over time. Fens derive their moisture requirements mainly from (nutrient-rich) surface waters or from groundwater and only to a minor extent from precipitation. Peat forms from the dead plant parts in the absence of air. A fen does not grow significantly above the water table. are also called Strand bogs designated. At the northern limit of the rain bogs in the subpolar zone (north of the 66th parallel of the northern hemisphere), raised bogs can only develop like islands within bogs supplied by mineral soil water. Saltwater biotopesAs watt these are areas in the intertidal zone of the coasts that dry out at low tide. This can be sand, mixed, silt or rock mud flats. Saltworks for salt production