laurisilva


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laurisilva

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Discover Madeira's mountainous eastern coast, taking in the A-framed houses of Santana and the ancient Laurisilva forest of the UNESCO-listed Ribeiro Frio National Park
On the Portuguese island of Madeira I visit the world's largest laurisilva forest.
In the smaller island of La Palma, we walked through the enchanting Laurisilva Forest with imposing cliffs and ablaze with vegetation, and sampled local olives, cheese and wine to end a perfect day.
Zaeem's winning photo was one of 259 nominations from 26 countries submitted to the 9-person international organising team after selection by the national juries of participating countries.The second prize was won by Jorge Nelson Alves for his photograph of the Laurisilva (Laurel Forest) in Portugal's island of Madeira, while a photograph of the Alpine ibex in Nationalpark Hohe Tauern in Austria took third place.
No obstante, la suma de estas constituye un porcentaje bajo frente al empleo mayoritario de pino (Pinus canariensis), que es una especie escasa en La Gomera y esta ausente de las formaciones de fayal-brezal y laurisilva que cubren el Alto de Garajonay y su entorno.
Canopy insect herbivores in the Azorean Laurisilva forests: key host plant species in a highly generalist insect community.
Cet ecosysteme, connu sous le nom de "laurisilva", profite habituellement, pour se developper, d'un taux d'humidite eleve sur l'Ele.
Tambien se han empleado tecnicas del momento de segundo orden para analizar el patron espacial en la Laurisilva canaria (Arevalo & Fernandez-Palacios 2003); en el estudio de la dependencia entre los huecos que aparecen en la masa y la riqueza de especies en un bosque montano en Argentina (Grau 2002) y en los trabajos de patron espacial y dinamica forestal en la Guayana Francesa (Picard et al.