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Frits Bink & Rosita Moenen 2015

Based on: Dagvlinders in de Benelux 2013
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Edited by Sylvain Cuvelier & Peter Russell

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10. Broad-leaved woods
In the climate of North-west Europe the broad leaved tree species beech, oak, birch, willow, are the dominant trees in the natural forest.
In most cases men planted trees of foreign origin to obtain a better yield.

Mixed oak wood, old plantation, Ede, 2 June 2010.
Photograph: Frits Bink ©.

Woodland of beech and oak, Kautenbach, 19 September 2011.
Photograph: Frits Bink ©.

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