Hornbeam (European)

Scientific name : Carpinus betulus
Other names: Български: Обикновен габър , Česky: Habr obecný , Dansk: Almindelig Avnbøg , Deutsch: Hainbuche , Esperanto: Eŭropa karpeno , Español: Carpe blanco , Eesti: Harilik valgepöök , Suomi: Euroopanvalkopyökki, valkopyökki , Français: Charme commun , Hrvatski: Obični grab , Magyar: Közönséges gyertyán , Italiano: Càrpino bianco , Lëtzebuergesch: Hobich , Lietuviškai: Paprastasis skroblas , Latviešu: Parastais skābardis , Nederlands: Haagbeuk , Norsk (nynorsk): Agnbøk , Norsk: Agnbøk , Polski: Grab pospolity , Português: Choupo-branco , Română: Carpen , Русский: Граб обыкновенный , Slovenský: Hrab obyčajný , Svenska: Avenbok , Türkçe: Adi gürgen

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Deciduous, up to 25 m high tree with widely branched, initially pyramidal, at a later age roundish crown; Stem often oval in cross-section and twisted or strikingly bulging with older specimens, bark glabrous, dark grey, fielded with flat brighter network; ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Hornbeam (European)
Hornbeam (European)


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