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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Adjective- Of, relating to, or inhabiting a wood or grove.

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  • The latter forest type has a rich grass layer with many nemoral species.
  • Some original dark coniferous-linden and linden forests with a complex of relict nemoral flora are still preserved in the ecoregion.
  • For the grass layer, characteristic nemoral floristic elements include: Aegopodium podagraria, Pulmonaria dacica and Actaea erythrocarpa.
  • Flora is represented here by south taiga species, nemoral species including some relict species, forested steppe species and even some steppe species. for more
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