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 Морошка произрастает в северном полушарии от 78°N до примерно 55°N на болоте. В очень редких случаях встречается вплоть до 44°N, в основном в горных районах. В полярно-арктической тундре растёт до 52° с.ш. Встречается на торфяных болотах, заболоченных лесах, моховых и кустарниковых тундрах в арктической и северной лесной полосе северного полушария, в средней полосе европейской части России, Сибири, на Дальнем Востоке, в Белоруссии.Ягодники морошки соседствуют с брусникой, рядом часто растет багульник, много сфагнового мха. Такие места — излюбленные пастбища белых куропаток и токующих глухарей...

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Tags: cloudberry; ягода; морошка; лес; forest; болото; swamp; Вологодская область; berry
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