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Cedro del Atlas, cedro plateado o cedro atlántico

Cedrus atlantica


Es un árbol de tamaño mediano a grande, de 30 a 35 m (raramente llegan a 40m) de alto, con un diámetro del tronco de 1.5 a 2 m. Tiene la corona cónica. Las piñas se desintegran cuando maduran para lanzar las semillas aladas.


Forma bosques en las laderas de las montañas entre 1.370 a 2.200 m, a menudo en bosques puros, o mezclado con abeto argelino, enebro, encinas y arces.


Palatino. Roma

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lori.tas 10 years ago

I haven't posted the turtle yet. I post it now.

eulalia rubio
eulalia rubio 10 years ago

Sorry, but can not find the turtle spotting in your gallery. Can you tell me what number is?
I think Yasser tell that the photos may have a number.

lori.tas 10 years ago

I'm glad I could help.

Now, if only I could determine the species of Turtle I photographed in Queensland a few months ago. I've been researching half-the-day already.

eulalia rubio
eulalia rubio 10 years ago

Well, I'm quiet for completing my spotting. Thank you very much.

eulalia rubio
eulalia rubio 10 years ago

traducción del español al inglés
Thank you very much, the scheme is very good, but I've searched a lot online and I have not really found.
I uploaded three more pictures (after erase) for if you can help me. Thanks again.

lori.tas 10 years ago

I can't get enough detail from the photos. See if this chart helps:

eulalia rubio
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eulalia rubio

Roma, Lazio, Italy

Spotted on Nov 7, 2010
Submitted on Nov 15, 2010

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