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Buczyna - Nature Reserve #1
Poland

Nature reserve "in Buczyna w Cyrance na Plaskowyzu Kolbuszowskim" protects the forest community transitional type between the poor form of Carpathian beech forest and oak-harnbeam.

Copyright: Robert pipala
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Uploaded: 10/11/2011
Updated: 04/09/2014
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Tags: nature. tree; trees; oak; mielec; polska; poland; forest; harnbeam; nature reserve. reserve
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