Rubus: Rubus Nivalis, Rubus Geoides, Rubus Setchuenensis, Rubus Loxensis, Rubus Gunnianus, Rubus Phoenicolasius, Rubus Ulmifo

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Kapitel: Rubus Nivalis, Rubus Geoides, Rubus Setchuenensis, Rubus Loxensis, Rubus Gunnianus, Rubus Phoenicolasius, Rubus Ulmifolius, Rubus Illecebrosus, Rubus Leucodermis, Rubus Spectabilis, Rubus Arcticus, Rubus Odoratus, Rubus Chamaemorus, Rubus Caesius, Rubus Loganobaccus, Rubus Saxatilis, Rubus Subgenus Rubus, Rubus Idaeus. Aus Wikipedia. Nicht dargestellt. Auszug: Rubus chamaemorus (cloudberry, bakeapple in Atlantic Canada; Greek chamai "on the ground", moros "mulberry") is a rhizomatous herb native to ...
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Kapitel: Rubus Nivalis, Rubus Geoides, Rubus Setchuenensis, Rubus Loxensis, Rubus Gunnianus, Rubus Phoenicolasius, Rubus Ulmifolius, Rubus Illecebrosus, Rubus Leucodermis, Rubus Spectabilis, Rubus Arcticus, Rubus Odoratus, Rubus Chamaemorus, Rubus Caesius, Rubus Loganobaccus, Rubus Saxatilis, Rubus Subgenus Rubus, Rubus Idaeus. Aus Wikipedia. Nicht dargestellt. Auszug: Rubus chamaemorus (cloudberry, bakeapple in Atlantic Canada; Greek chamai "on the ground", moros "mulberry") is a rhizomatous herb native to alpine and arctic tundra and boreal forest, producing amber-colored edible fruit similar to the raspberry or blackberry. The cloudberry grows to 10-25 cm high. The leaves alternate between having 5 and 7 soft, handlike lobes on straight, branchless stalks. After pollination, the white (sometimes reddish-tipped) flowers form raspberry-sized berries. Encapsulating between 5 and 25 drupelets, each fruit is initially pale red, ripening into an amber color in early autumn. Cloudberries occur naturally throughout the Northern Hemisphere from 78°N, south to about 55°N, and very scattered south to 44°N mainly in mountainous areas. In Europe and Asia, they grow in the Nordic countries, especially in Finland and much in the Baltic states; sometimes in the moorlands of Britain and Ireland, and across northern Russia east to the Pacific Ocean. Small populations are also found further south, as a botanical vestige of the Ice Ages; it is found in Germany's Weser and Elbe valleys, where it is under legal protection. In North America, cloudberries grow wild across most of northern Canada / Alaska, and in the lower 48 states of the United States in northern Minnesota, New Hampshire, Maine, and a small population on Long Island, New York. The cloudberry can withstand cold temperatures down to well below -40°C, but is sensitive to salt and to dry conditions. It grows in bogs, marshes and wet meadows and requires sunny exposures in acidic grou...http://booksllc.net/?l=de
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  • ISBN-13: 9781159302474
  • Publisher: Books LLC
  • Publication date: 7/28/2010
  • Pages: 72
  • Product dimensions: 9.02 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.17 (d)

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