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traits within the group: Hemeroby

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Hemeroby Hemeroby is a measure of departure from naturalness. Habitats and vegetation types are classified along the hemeroby scale from ahemerob (natural) to polyhemerobic (non-natural). Sites without plant life are metahemerobic. BIOLFLOR indicates the amplitudes of hermeroby, so that all levels of hemeroby are indicated in which a plant species can occur.
Number of hemerobic levels The "number of hemerobic levels" is a measure of the amplitude of a species regarding hemeroby as it counts the hemerobic levels that a species inhabits.
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