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Rezerwat przyrody Sine Wiry – rezerwat przyrody położony na terenie gmin Cisna i Solina w województwie podkarpackim, utworzony w 1987 roku.Rezerwat obejmuje 7-kilometrowy fragment przełomowej doliny Wetlinki i Solinki z układem siedlisk roślinnych o zróżnicowanych gradientach wilgotności i żyzności. W rezerwacie znajdują się liczne stanowiska roślin i ostoi zwierząt, będące efektem specyficznego położenia i urozmaiconej rzeźby terenu. Pośród wielu występujących w obrębie rezerwatu gatunków roślin, na szczególną uwagę zasługują: tojad wschodniokarpacki (Aconitum lasiocarpum), buławnik mieczolistny (Cephalanthera longifolia) oraz buławnik wielkokwiatowy (Cephalanthera damasonium), zamieszczone w Polskiej Czerwonej Księdze Roślin. We wrześniu 1980 roku osunęło się zbocze Połomy tarasując rzekę Wetlinę, w wyniku czego powstało jeziorko, zwane Szmaragdowym, mające w 1987 roku 280 metrów długości i 20-45 metrów szerokości.

Źródło:http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rezerwat przyrody SineWiry

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