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Szarvaskő

Post by I'm the 1 on Wed Jul 11, 2012 7:25 am

There are supossed to be at least 4 different clones of J. hirta from this habitat in cultivation nowadays.


species
J. globifera subsp. hirta
locality
Szarvaskő
elevation
350 m
nearest settlement
Szarvaskő - N 47° 59' 18'' E 20° 19' 42'' - village
valley

mountain

exposure
western
mountain range
Bükk
comune /municipality

province

region
Eger
country
Hungary
field collected plants in cultivation


reference

photos

notes
Szarvaskő and Szarvaskő-vár - are those two different localities or just one?

"vár" is Hungarian for "catle, fortress" - actually the castle is in ruins - there is a catle ruins near the village.
about the name

wrong name
Szarvasko, Szarvasko-var


species
J. hirta
locality
Szarvaskő
elevation

nearest settlement
Szarvaskő - N 47° 59' 18'' E 20° 19' 42'' - village
valley

mountain

exposure

mountain range
Bükk
comune /municipality

province

region
Eger
country
Hungary
field collected plants in cultivation


reference
André Smits collection
photos

notes
Szarvaskő and Szarvaskő-vár - are those two different localities or just one?

"vár" is Hungarian for "catle, fortress" - actually the castle is in ruins - there is a catle ruins near the village.
about the name

wrong name
Szarvasko, Szarvasko-var

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Re: Szarvaskő

Post by I'm the 1 on Wed Jul 11, 2012 7:39 am

species
S. marmoreum subsp. matricum
locality
Szarvaskő
elevation
300 m
nearest settlement
Szarvaskő - N 47° 59' 18'' E 20° 19' 42'' - village
valley

mountain

exposure

mountain range
Bükk
comune /municipality

province

region
Eger
country
Hungary
field collected plants in cultivation
GDJ.01B.09 = Gérard Dumont, France
reference

photos

notes
Szarvaskő and Szarvaskő-vár - are those two different localities or just one?

"vár" is Hungarian for "catle, fortress" - actually the castle is in ruins - there is a catle ruins near the village.
about the name


wrong name
Szarvasko, Szarvasko-var

species
S. marmoreum subsp. matricum
locality
Szarvaskő
elevation
350 m
nearest settlement
Szarvaskő - N 47° 59' 18'' E 20° 19' 42'' - village
valley

mountain

exposure
western
mountain range
Bükk
comune /municipality

province

region
Eger
country
Hungary
field collected plants in cultivation


reference

photos

notes
Szarvaskő and Szarvaskő-vár - are those two different localities or just one?

"vár" is Hungarian for "catle, fortress" - actually the castle is in ruins - there is a catle ruins near the village.
about the name

wrong name
Szarvasko, Szarvasko-var

I'm the 1
Admin

Number of plants : 2.000 Posts : 5336
Join date : 2008-06-14
Location : Ljubljana, Slovenia, European Union

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