Val Visdende - Monte Peralba - Quaterna

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Val Visdende - Monte Peralba - Quaterna

Post by I'm the 1 on Mon Feb 06, 2012 1:42 pm

Val Visdende - Monte Peralba - Quaterna, Italy is given as a habitat of S. wulfenii and J. arenaria.

Reference:
ftp://ftp.dpn.minambiente.it/Cartografie/Natura2000/schede_e_mappe/Veneto/SIC_schede/IT3230006.pdf

About the habitat:
http://eunis.eea.europa.eu/sites/IT3230006

This is in Beluno Province, Veneto region, Italy.

Unfortunately "Val Visdende - Monte Peralba - Quaterna" are actually three different places, the exact location is not given.

Val Visdende - Visdende valley is an alpine valley

Monte Perlaba - is a 2.694 m high mountain in Carnic Alp

Quaterna - well, this can be:

Col Quaterną - a stratigraphically dated Lower Permian volcanic complex in the Carnic Alps, 2.503 m above sea level (German name is Knieberg)
Sella del Quaterną = saddle of Quaterną
Monte Quaterną - 2.329m above sea level



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