Frankenwald


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Frankenwald

(fräng`kənvält), Eng. Franconian Forest, wooded plateau, in central Germany, between the Fichtelgebirge and the Thuringian Forest. Döbraberg is the highest (2,608 ft/795 m) point. Barley growing and cattle raising are important there. The region's major city is Hof.
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This species has been found in the Pyrenees and Cantabrian Mountains in Spain (Garcia-Lopez et al., 2002); in the Armorican Massif in France (Bultynck, 1989); in Frankenwald in Germany (Al-Rawi, 1977); in the Peloritani Mountains in Sicily (Italy) (Navas-Parejo pers.
(1977): Biostratigraphische gliederung der tentaculiten-schichten des Frankenwaldes mit conodonten und tentaculiten (Unter-und Mittle-Devon; Bayern, Deutschland).
Huffine indicated that PI 290894 was from the Pretoria Horticultural Research Station turf plots and PI 289922 was from the Frankenwald Research Station turf plots.
Selected accessions include PIs 289922 (Howick), 290905 (Frankenwald Fine), 290874 (Uganda), 290894 (Sekaapploss Fine), and 291591 (Florida).