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Breeds of dogs: Great Dane German

Breeds of dogs: Great Dane German

Origin, classification and historical background Origin: Germany FCI classification: Group 2 - pinscher, schnauzer, molossoid and Swiss cattle dogs. German Great Dane (simply called Great Dane) is also known as "Great Danish", although in fact it has nothing to do with Denmark.

Cherry laurel with rameal cancers

Cherry laurel with rameal cancers

Question: What disease attacked my cherry laurel? Hi, I have a problem with a cherry laurel hedge. The leaves are all scorched (dry) at the edges. Furthermore, some plants have dried the branches from the lower part to the top, branches that I already have & 39; potato. Thanks for the vs. answer: cherry laurel with branch cancers: Answer: branch cancers Dear Gianpietro, the cherry laurel is unfortunately one of the species of plants very easily attacked by branch cancer; it is a fungus, which penetrates through the wounds of the bark, caused by accidental breaking of the branches, or by pruning.

Cycas

Cycas

Question: cycasbellissimo site, thanks. I have a cycas for 1 year and a half always at home it has two turns of leaves, May June have grown in the center of the trunk of the high branches 2 times the existing ones. What should I do? Cut them? in the meantime I have tied them. Excuse my ignorance help me! Answer: cycas Dear Alberto, cycas are very ancient plants, already present on earth at the time of the dinosaurs; they are reminiscent of palm trees or ferns, although they do not actually belong to these types of plants, and in many ways they resemble conifers much more.

Wildlife in Italy: Canapino Hippolais polyglotta Vieillot, 1817

Wildlife in Italy: Canapino Hippolais polyglotta Vieillot, 1817

Systematic classification and distribution Class: Birds Order: Passerines Family: Acrocephalidae Genus: Hippolais Species: H. polyglotta Vieillot, 1817 Canapino can be observed in Europe and West Africa; this bird nests throughout Italy with the exception of the main islands, Sardinia and Sicily.

Tillandsia

Tillandsia

Tillandsia: Small bromeliad native to South America; it develops long stiff and thick leaves, gathered in very dense and compact rosettes. A large inflorescence, typically bright pink in color, rises between the leaves, consisting of bracts of papyrus consistency, among which numerous small pink or purple flowers bloom within a few weeks.

Metato course: Seventh Stage Location Fonte Acqua Panna

Metato course: Seventh Stage Location Fonte Acqua Panna

Mushrooms and the Vallombrosa Forest The Mushroom Kingdom Mushrooms are heterotrophic organisms, that is, they derive nourishment from other plants or animals, both living and dead. They are not animals, because they do not have locomotor systems or even food intake organs; the level of organization and differentiation of tissues is much lower and more similar to that of plants.