Turška jama

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Turška jama

Post by I'm the 1 on Thu Oct 09, 2008 6:30 am

Hill Turška jama near Kum in Slovenia is reported to be a habitat of Sempervivum species. Which one?

Once I figure out what is this all about I wil tell you.


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Re: Turška jama

Post by illustrator on Sun Oct 24, 2010 5:48 pm

OK, my Slovenian is only rudimentary ... but when a place is called "jama" I would expect a cave rather than a hill, or at least a hill with a cave in it ...

But apart from that, I could find a "Turška jama" near the Austrian border in the atlas, but nothing with that name near Kum. Perhaps the place has other names as well?

Of course not all 9000+ caves are in the atlas, so it is quite possible that there actually is a Turška jama near Kum. My problem is just that I can't find it with the atlas as main source.
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