"Bühler Moos" nature reserve
|location||Öhningen , Constance district , Baden-Württemberg , Germany|
|Sea level||from 500 m to 550 m ( ø 525 m)|
|Setup date||October 23, 1997|
|administration||Regional council Freiburg|
The Bühler Moos is a nature reserve (NSG number 3.238) in the northeast of the municipality of Öhningen in the Baden-Württemberg district of Constance in Germany, designated by ordinance of October 23, 1997 by the Freiburg Regional Council .
The approximately 24 hectare large nature reserve Buhler Moss is one natural area to Hegau . It is at an average altitude of on south-facing slope area of Schienerberg mountain and is located between the forest area "Aspen wood" in the north and the Klinger Bach in the south, ranging from bathes "Fohlenwaid" and "Steinetenweg" in the West for "Buhler Moos" in the east.
The following habitats described in accordance with Directive 92/43 / EEC (Fauna-Flora-Habitat Directive) are included in the protected area:
- Natural and semi-natural river sections
- Trespen-fescue-lime-dry lawn; special stocks of remarkable orchids
- Pipe grass meadows on lime-rich soil and clay soil (Eu-Molinion)
- Moist tall herbaceous vegetation
- Lean, lowland hay meadows
- Tufa springs
- Lime-rich fens
The main protection purpose of the nature reserve is the preservation, care and development of a slope section representative of the southern slope of the Schiener Berg with moor and grassland communities, bushes and small forest areas that are worthy of protection as a habitat for numerous rare, sometimes highly endangered animal and plant species as well as a diverse natural and Cultural area of special character and beauty.
Another protection purpose is the maintenance and development of extensive meadow and pasture use, especially in connection with the Hangried Schrännen nature reserve to the west .
Contiguous protected areas
With the Bühler Moos nature reserve , the NSG Hangried Schrännen (3.181), the landscape protection area Schienerberg (3.35.006) and the FFH area “ Schiener Berg and western Untersee ” (8319341) are designated as contiguous protected areas.
Flora and fauna
- Trident family (Juncaginaceae)
- Gentian Family (Gentianaceae)
- Bellflower family (Campanulaceae)
- Buttercup Family (Ranunculaceae)
- Legumes (Fabaceae)
- Daisy family (Asteraceae)
- Mint family (Lamiaceae)
- Adder tongue family (Ophioglossaceae)
- Carnation family (Caryophyllaceae)
- Bee Orchid , fire orchid , Dactylorhiza incarnata , fly orchid , spotted orchid , twayblade , Greenish butterfly orchid , Military Orchid , Hummel Orchid , Green-winged Orchid , Male orchid , mosquito Händelwurz , pyramid Hundswurz , dactylorhiza traunsteineri , Fragrant Händelwurz , two-leaved forest hyacinth
- Primrose Family (Primulaceae)
- Sandalwood family (Santalaceae)
- Spindle trees (Celastraceae)
- Violet family (Violaceae)
- Water hose family (Lentibulariaceae)
- Bindweed family (Convolvulaceae)
- Yam family (Dioscoreaceae)
The great diversity of species, the large number of sometimes rare flowering plants, especially in the semi-arid grasslands, and the diverse, often heat-favored location conditions are the basis for the great importance of the area for flower-visiting insects , especially butterfly and hymenoptera species such as valerian pied butterflies and horseshoe clover - Ram .
The seepage corridors and spring drains are the habitat of numerous dragonfly species . Some endangered and endangered species have been identified here, including the little blue arrow and the two-striped spring damsel .
- Ordinance, data evaluation sheet and map in the profile of the nature reserve in the protected area directory of the LUBW