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Wood anemone
Netherlands
Flowering Wood anemones on forest ground during early spring at forest de Byvanck, which is part of Montferland
Copyright: Michel geven
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 9898x4472
Uploaded: 23/04/2013
Updated: 24/04/2013
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Tags: nm; natuurmonumenten; byvanck; de byvanck; montferland; spring; spring feeling; voorjaarsgevoel; forest; bos; beech; beuk; beukenbos
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