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Vegetation


The largest part of this territory belongs to the Central European forest flora. Initially, themain vegetation cover were the forests, which were gradually replaced by cultural forests.The most commonly grown tree species is pine, oak (winter and summer), spruce, beech, etc. The exotic species are represented by red oak, black pine and Eastern White Pine.
But there can also find a few areas of protected and rare plants and in the Large andRadouň Hubenov. Protected areas in Radouň has two parts, which is the main subject ofthe protection of species-rich communities of steppe plants, the most obvious of which aremilitary orchid, gentian cross, wood anemone, yellow flax and pasqueflower. Orchid on the Big Hubenov hillsides are an important location steppe flora in the Usti region. The most precious are the orchid ustulata that the blossoms in late April with pasque meadow andwood anemone.

Fauna

Of the larger mammals are the most impressive fishing and harmful animals. After World War II was introduced in several places mouflon. The vermin are found scattered fox, oftenpursued as a carrier of rabies. Very rarely occurs badger, pine marten or even rock. Thewater can be seen and Muskrat. The hunting game birds is not only abundant pheasant, often grown artificially in hatcheries. In addition to common species of songbirds can be found here nightingale, turtledove, and a general garden.
Created 31.1.2011 12:46:22 - updated 20.2.2012 15:08:22 | read 4848x | Jiří Třísko

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