alder buckthorn

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alder buckthorn

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(Plants) a Eurasian rhamnaceous shrub, Frangula alnus, with small greenish flowers and black berry-like fruits
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buckthorn - a shrub or shrubby tree of the genus Rhamnus; fruits are source of yellow dyes or pigments
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In this area a mixed forest is developed, which contains rowan trees (Sorbus aucuparia L.), whitebeam (Sorbus aria (L.) Crantz), alder buckthorn (Frangula alnus Mill, subsp.
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caerulea grasslands leads to the pre-forest phase with an expansion of several tree and shrub species, most commonly Frangula alnus, Betula pubescens, and B.
Shrub-scrub was dominated by Viburnum recognitum (14%), Frangula alnus (14%), and Cornus amomum (13%) in the shrub layer, and by Solidago altissima (5%) in the herb layer.
En las riberas normalmente aparecen las alisedas y fresnedas y, ademas, son relativamente frecuentes las formaciones mixtas en las que participan, junto con el aliso (Alnus glutinosa) y el fresno (Fraxinus angustifolia), otros arbolillos como los arraclanes (Frangula alnus), sauces (Salix sp.