By Vít Bojnanský, Agáta Fargasová
The Atlas of Seeds and culmination of significant and East-European plant life provides approximately 4,800 seed illustrations, supplemented with targeted seed descriptions, short plant descriptions, and knowledge at the locality and the local resource of crops. The Carpathian vegetation coated the following happens not just within the Carpathian Mountains, but in addition in huge lowlands extending in the direction of the south, north and east and consists of brought and invading vegetation of greater than 7,500 species. This ebook is exclusive on counts. Its scope extends to an remarkable variety of diverse plant seeds from a wide-ranging area. additionally, it provides descriptions in strange element.
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Hu, Mo, Ro, Sk, Uk. 7. Abies cilicica Carr. − Tree, up to 20-30 m high, young twigs reddish-brown, needles c. 5 mm, with a flat margin, mostly in 2 rows, cones 15-25 x 4-5 cm in diam. Seeds obtriangular, lateral flattish, c. 8 mm, wings 13-16 x 7-9 mm. Native to the southern part of the Asia Minor; in the Carpathians rarely cultivated in parks and gardens in the southern Ukraine. Uk. 3. TAXACEAE 3. Taxus baccata L. − Middle, dioecious coniferous shrub or tree, up to 20 m high. Seeds broad elliptic with one or no seam, apex pointed, 6-8 x 4-5 mm.
2n = 22. Native to and common throughout 79. , J. arborescens Moench − Shrub or tree, up to 15-25 m high, corona conical to broadly conical. Seeds hardshelled, obovoid, apex rounded, whitish-grey, lower part reddish-brown with numerous pitch 15 CUPRESSACEAE CUPRESSACEAE 70 72 71 73 76 74 79 77 75 78 EPHEDRACEAE MAGNOLIACEAE 84. Magnolia kobus DC. − Shrub or tree, up to 10 m high, corona pyramidal, dense, flowers white, pinkish at base. Seeds broad ellipsoid, lateral compressed, base truncate, apex slight rounded, 8-10 x 11-14 mm.
Pinus rigida Mill. − Tree, up to 20 m high, corona broadly ovoid, airy, trunks often crooked, cones are pendent, oval. 4-3 mm, wings 15-20 x 5-6 mm. Surface dull, faint foveolate, nigrescent, spotted black. 2n = 24. Originally growing along the Atlantic Ocean coast in North America, unpretending, adaptable, a lightloving species; occasionally planted as a decorative in parks. Br, Hu, Pl. 47. Pinus uncinata Mill. , P. uliginosa Neumann − Tree, up to 10 m high, trunk erect, corona aerial, broadly ovoid.
Atlas of Seeds and Fruits of Central and East-European Flora: The Carpathian Mountains Region by Vít Bojnanský, Agáta Fargasová