The Khroumirie / Mogods and high Tell

Khroumirie / Mogods

El Feidja, vast forest covering more than 20,000 hectares that includes the most beautiful forests of oaks zeen the country and even the Maghreb, as well as the largest population of deer barberry; nearly 3,000 ha of the massif is made a national park;

Ain Draham, vast forest based zeen oak forests and cork oak, with significant reconstructions enresinement (maritime pine, stone pine) ;

Tabarka, whole in which in addition to the cork forests and Pinophyta rather confined to the dunes, there has to be mentioned in the pine forests of maritime pine in pure stands or mixed with cork oak and reconstructions, especially on the dunes;

Nefza, assembly which is an earlier one to follow to the junction with the Mogods. In this ecosystem, the majority of valleys and lower slopes were cultured;

Sejenane, where cork oak is replaced by the Kermes oak and scrub, largely reconstituted with conifers (maritime pine, stone pine) and eucalyptus or converted into artificial grasslands.

These sets include, in addition to riparian alder, ash and poplar sometimes.
Whole with a series of five forest ecosystems that extend from west to east, these are:


The High Tell:

From Ghardimaou to Kef,

Whole with training in oil-mastic, low altitude, relayed from 400 to 500 by the Aleppo pine formations and above, from 700 to 800 m by those with Aleppo pine and green oak or training which are derived by degradation which essentially rosemary scrub and sometimes scrub.

From Kef to Dorsale,

Whole where most of the land is cultivation, the rest mountainous and hilly, overgrazed, with more arid vegetation associations than those described above Aleppo pine, where the Aleppo pine is is associated with juniper Phoenicia and when degradation is pushed, he sold the place to rosemary scrub.

This is a set of mountains and high plateaus between the Dorsal and Khroumirie. There are two main types ecosystems corresponding to areas between Ghardimaou-Kef Kef and between-the Ridge: