Noun(1) all the plant life in a particular region or period(2) (botany
(1) The first was the incumbent wetland flora with origins in the early Carboniferous.(2) If we think of flora of the fells at all it is often to appreciate their beauty.(3) the desert flora give way to oak woodlands(4) Guidelines on how climbers can help protect flora and fauna have been published.(5) Britain's native flora(6) Planting your garden with the flora of the region can also link it to the vista.(7) Taking up water conservation works will make a fundamental contribution to protecting the flora and fauna in the forest areas.(8) Admire the postcard views of city skyscrapers and the native Western Australian flora in the botanic gardens.(9) And how are these books documenting the flora actually used by people?(10) Bombs, mines, and other war material also contaminated land and water and damaged flora and fauna.(11) One key aspect of the project was a rapid ecological evaluation of the park's flora and fauna.(12) Lichens thus dominate the Antarctic flora both in terms of species diversity and in terms of total biomass.(13) Further evidence of its interest and national importance comes from its role as a refuge for wetland flora .(14) Also, some plant species may be over-represented in the fossil flora , because they grew on the lake margin.(15) He is particularly interested in studying the flora and fauna of the regions they plan to pass through.(16) The park's current flora is analyzed by habitat and four plant communities are described and discussed.
1. plant life ::
2. plant ::
Different Formsflora, floras
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