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Kent Ormanları

Türkiye'deki kent ormanlarını tanıtan ve interaktif harita kullanıcı arabirimiyle erişilen bir web sitesi

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Makilik

Maki, Akdeniz ikliminin egemen olduğu bölgelere özgü, ortalama 1-2 metre boyundaki küçük ağaç ya da çalıların oluşturduğu bitki örtüsü. Bu bitki örtüsüyle kaplı alanlara makilik denir. Makilikler, eskiden ormanlık olan alanların yangın ya da insanlar tarafından yok edilmesi sonucu da oluşmuş olabili...

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Scleroderma citrinum

Scleroderma citrinum (known as the "pigskin poison puffball", "common earthball" or "common earth ball") is the most common species of earth balls. It occurs widely in woods, heathland and in short grass from Autumn to Winter. Scleroderma citrinum has two synonyms, Scleroderma aurantium Vaill. and S...

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Common Earthball (Scleroderma citrinum)

Scleroderma citrinum zehirli bir mantar türüdür. "Scleroderma" "sertleşmiş deri" ya da "kalın deri"; "citrin" ise "limon sarısı" anlamında olduğundan bu mantar "limon renkli sert derili" mantar olarak adlandırılmıştır. Türkiye'de yerel olarak birçok farklı adla anılmasına karşın yaygın kullanılan bi...

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Sabır ağacı çiçekleri

Sabır ağacı (Agave americana)Orta Amerika'nın kurak kısımları ile Akdeniz ülkelerinde yetişen bir bitkidir. Çok yavaş geliştiklerinden olsa gerek "sabır" adını almışlardır. Ömürleri boyunca bir kez çiçek açarlar. Çiçekleri taşıyan ve yaprakların ortasından çıkan çiçek sapı direk görünümündedir ve 8-...

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Birch Forest

The overview of birch forest located near Asarcık village of Şebinkarahisar town, Giresun. Common birch (Betula pendula) is a birch species from Betulaceae family in the form of tree or shrub that can grow up to 30 m. Body is white in color. Young branches are thin, long and pendulous. The leaves ar...

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Fragrant acacia flowers (Acacia farnesiana L.)

General view of scented acacia (Acacia Farnesiana L.) flowers. This bush form plant known as sweet acacia in English, grows in many places in the world with a temperate climate. This is a v-shaped and small tree and it grows up to 3 meters and makes crown up to 2.5 to 5 m. Although this plant is eve...

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The World of Leaves

At this site prepared by the General Directorate of Forestry, varieties of tree leaves are introduced; interesting stories related to leaves are illustrated.

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Aleppo pine cone (Pinus halepensis)

The close view of young cone of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis) .

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Red pine trees

The view of the young red pine trees (Pinus brutia) also known as “Turkish pine” due to the prevalence in Mediterranean and Aegean region of Anatolia.

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Kermes oak (Quercus coccifera L.)

A close up view of nuts of Kermes oak (Quercus coccifera. Kermes oak is one of the main shrubs of machies in Mediterranean Region of Turkey. It occupies the surface area of the land and functions as protector against erosion, edaphogenesis, regeneration after fires, fodder and shelter for wild and ...

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Cone of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis L.)

A close up view of a one year old cone of Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis L.). "Silviculture at the Balcali Campus of Çukurova University, Adana, Turkey."

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Young trees of stone pine (Pinus pinea)

A general view of young trees of stone pine species (Pinus pinea). It is also called as "umbrella pine" because its foliage looks lie an umbrella in older stages.

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Black pine tree (Pinus nigra)

An overall appearance of a black pine tree (Pinus nigra). (Çukurova University Campus, Adana)

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Fruit of osage orange (Maclura pomifera)

Osage orange (Maclura pomifera) is native to the midwestern and southeastern United States. This species is also known as the hedge apple because it was planted in thicket-like hedge rows before the advent of barbed wire fences. The fruit is neither an orange nor an apple, although it approaches the...

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Fruit of osage orange (Maclura pomifera)

"Osage Orange" (Maclura pomifera) is a tree species from Moraceae family with wide crested and native to North America. It can grow up to 20 m. The fruit of the tree is pistachio green in color and 10 cm in diameter. The fruits form with a combination of a large number of juicy and seedy fruits. Mi...

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Flowers of queen of the night (Cestrum nocturnum)

Cestrum nocturnum is a species of Cestrum, native to Mexico, Central America, India and Cuba. Common names include night-blooming cestrum, lady of the night, queen of the night, night-blooming jessamine, and night-blooming jasmine. Also known as Raat ki Rani (Queen of the night), in Urdu and Hindi.

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Night jasmine (Cestrum nocturnum)

It is an evergreen bush plant that can grow up to 4 m. It has simple leaves, narrow and 6-20 cm long and 2-4.5 cm wide and it is a plant with a flat and shiny surface. It has greenish white flowers (it has a sub variety with yellow flowers). Flowers are 2-2.5 cm in long, tube-shaped with 5 acute sec...

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Eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus sp.)

The native land of Eucalyptus tree is Australia and from Myrtaceae family having more than 700 species mostly in tree form except a few bush forms. They are grown in the provinces of West and South Anatolia and it was introduced as an ornamental tree by Egyptian Khedive Abbas Hilmi Pasha establishin...

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Grizzly juniper tree (Juniperus excelsa)

An overall appearance of a "grizzly juniper" (Juniperus excelsa) tree. While grizzly juniper seem like a big bush when they are young, they are evolved form of tree (Juniperus excelsa),. They are also known as "tall juniper" or "high juniper" because the trees can grow up to 6-20 m in length (and ...

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