Rare species:O.U.G. 57/2007 with 2011 additions: ANNEX 5 A -Cladonia pyxidata, Leucobryum glaucum
ANNEX 3-Iris aphylla ssp. hungarica also in ANNEX II TO COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 92/43/CEE
ANEX 2-9150 Cephalanthero-Fagion Medio-european forests;
Annex 1 of Habitat Directive 92/43/EEC - 91EO * Alluvial forests with Alnus glutinosa and Fraxinus excelsior
Declin species:None of the key species mentioned before are in decline
Thriving species:All the selected key species are in a good state of preservation.
Following the three factors category proposed by NatureServe applied on the selected key species we can issue the following conclusions:
1.The rare species are located along the N-NE, E and S-SE rocky walls of the quarry.The priority habitat is located at the base of the N-NE and E rocky wall of the quarry
2.There are two type of threats which could affect the flora key species integrity:quarry’s specific activities and other anthropic activities such as:garbage disposal in the natural areas
3.Following the legislation and the environmental reports suggestions the quarry’s specific activities will not affect the integrity of the flora key species or the habitats in which are included.For the other threats ecological education is needed
Therefore, the local conservation status for the selected flora key species in present is favorable. In long term, only if the environmental reports suggestions will be followed and the local communities will benefit of ecological education.