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.
He went on to say that in the recent Baku summit, the twenty-fourth sites of Iran, the Hyrcanian
forests of 300 hectares, in five provinces of the country were globally registered and the forests after the Lut desert were the second most natural work of the country that were registered.
Soleimani A, Hosseini SM, Bavani ARM, Jafari M, Francaviglia R (2018) Simulating soil organic carbon stock as affected by land cover change and climate change Hyrcanian
forests (northern Iran).
UNESCO this month added Iran's Hyrcanian
forests, which stretch across the northern slopes of the Alborz Mountains, to its list of World Heritage Sites.
This is a type of fungus that can be found growing on living trees in specialized Hyrcanian
Absheron National Park is a national park in the Caspian Hyrcanian
mixed forests' ecoregion, established in 2005.
Most of fires occurring in Hyrcanian
forests of Iran are anthropogenic fire (Pouvghascmi et al 2016).
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).
The Turanian tiger also is known as the Caspian tiger, Hyrcanian
tiger, Turan tiger, and Persian tiger.