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  • adj. Alternative spelling of broad-leaved.

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Examples

  • CP staff have been reintroducing a number of different broadleaved trees over the last few years and as these become established more species have returned.

    All Things Girl » All Things Girl » Blog Archive » The Other Side of Center Parcs

  • The angiospersms or broadleaved trees owe their existence to pollinators -- like bees, moths, bats and birds.

    Dr. Reese Halter: Saving the Remaining Old Growth Redwood Forests

  • Palm forest is intermixed with broadleaved endemic species such as Northea hornei, Pandanus hornei, Drypetes riseleyi and Dillenia ferruginea.

    Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve, Seychelles

  • One of the major effects of climate warming on boreal forests is to increase tree death from fire and insects, and conifer stands are more flammable and often more susceptible to insect-caused tree death than broadleaved forests.

    Arctic boreal forest environments

  • Edaphic grassland and communities of Acacia and broadleaved trees identified by White have also been largely excluded.

    East Sudanian savanna

  • In the north, between 2,300 and 2,700 m in the Simien Mountains, there is an evergreen broadleaved montane forest dominated by Syzygium guineense, Juniperus procera, and Olea africana.

    Ethiopian montane grasslands and woodlands

  • In wetter regions the broadleaved snow tussock (C. flavescens) is initially prevalent along with C. pallens on younger, better-drained soil, while C. rigida is more common on the eastern side of the Alps. With increasing altitude the smaller curled snow tussock (C. crassiuscula) takes over.

    Southland montane grasslands

  • From these (on Mt. Rausu) the vegetation ranges through cool temperate broadleaved forest of Japanese oak Quercus mongolica grosseserrata, Japanese linden Tilia japonica and painted maple Acer mono to 750 m; mixed forest of species found below and above this level; then sub-alpine coniferous forest of Sakhalin fir Abies sachalensis, Yeso spruce Picea yesoensis and Sakhalin spruce P. glehnii with birch Betula ermanii forests up to 1,100 m.

    Shiretoko, Japan

  • As elevation increases, evergreen broadleaved forests are gradually replaced by deciduous hardwoods and conifers.

    Taiwan subtropical evergreen forests

  • Warm coniferous forests: warm-hot, warm temperate, coniferous-broadleaved mixed;

    Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan Protected Areas, China

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