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Trees and brushes in the burying cemeteries in the chelm district poland


Biuletyn Lubelskiego Towarzystwa Naukowego Biologia 24(2): 125-134
Trees and brushes in the burying cemeteries in the chelm district poland
Dendrological investigations were made in 66 Catholic, 56 Orthodox, 44 Protestant and 24 millitary cemetaries. The occurrence of 13,114 mature trees was stated, as well as 1396 are of thicket of dendrific species and 1770 ares of bushes. The trees are represented by 47 spp. and the bushes by 62 spp. The most common trees in the cemetaries are: Robinia pseudoacacia (2100 scrubby trees), Pinus sylvestris (2064), Fraxinus excelsior (1265), Quercus robur (1248) and Tilia cordata (997).


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