Hyrcanian


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Hyrcanian

(hɜːˈkeɪnɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Hyrcania
References in classic literature ?
In mail their horses clad, yet fleet and strong, Prauncing their riders bore, the flower and choice Of many provinces from bound to bound-- From Arachosia, from Candaor east, And Margiana, to the Hyrcanian cliffs Of Caucasus, and dark Iberian dales; From Atropatia, and the neighbouring plains Of Adiabene, Media, and the south Of Susiana, to Balsara's haven.
Arouse the tiger of Hyrcanian deserts, Strive with the half-starved lion for his prey; Lesser the risk, than rouse the slumbering fire Of wild Fanaticism.
They also said the pipeline would run through the Hyrcanian forests, necessitating the felling of trees in the ecologically-rich woodlands, which Iran hopes to inscribe on the World Heritage List in 2019.
Our results also show that the ancient refugium for the European snow vole in the Kopet Dagh was detached from the Hyrcanian refugium in the mesic mountains to the south of the Caspian Sea.
4) Ocana's name is an oblique reference to the fierce Hyrcanian tiger of Virgil's Aeneid, or perhaps to the hero of Melchor de Ortegas chivalric romance Felixmane de Hircania (1556).
Project details : The project will conserve biodiversity in key landscapes within the Caspian Hyrcanian broadleaf deciduous forest ecoregion, which cover an area of approximately 1.
The Turanian tiger also is known as the Caspian tiger, Hyrcanian tiger, Turan tiger, and Persian tiger.
Hyrcanian (Caspian) forest in northern Iran has a richness of biological diversity, with endemic and endangered species, and a diverse range of economic and social conditions.
In Hyrcanian beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) forests, smallscale disturbances due to canopy gap formation seem to be the prevailing natural disturbance regime [24].
The vegetation of the park can be divided into two zones: the Hyrcanian forest in east Alborz (the western section of the park with a high humidity) and the Iran-Turanian vegetation (the eastern section of the park where it is dry; Javanshir 1976).
Persian ironwood tree) is a biological treasure of the forest ecosystems of Northern Iran, where it is considered as one of the endemic trees to the Hyrcanian forest region.