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Group 5 Flora and Folk Architecture of Borkovická Blata Our topic: FLORA Gabriella Takacs Fruzsina Pitko Vojtěch Búda Manuel Scheiblberger Tereza Kohoutová
Muddy place water Dry place The structure of marshes
In water: -Sphagnum -Elodea canadensis Sphagnum Elodea canadensis
Muddy places: -Ledum palustre -Oxycoccus palustris -Eriophorum angustifolium -Drosera rotundifolia -Lysimachia thyrsiflora Drosera rotundifolia Eriophorum angustifolium Lysimachia thyrsiflora Oxycoccus palustris Ledum palustre
Dry places: -Betula pubescens -Salix aurita -Melica nutans -Polygonatum verticillatum -Vaccinium vitis-idaea Vaccinium vitis-idaea Polygonatum verticillatum Melica nutans Betula pubescens Salix aurita
People dig out peat -T-The muddy places get dry -T-The vegetation is being destroyed
Drosera rotundifolia Eriophorum angustifolium Lysimachia thyrsifloraOxycoccus palustrisLedum palustre
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