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. This category includes the endemic and native plants of Portugal.
The vegetation patterns in Portugal reflect the climate. In northern Portugal are
forests of beech and pine. In the vast undulating lowlands of south central ...
Morganheira-bética (Euphorbia boetica), Rabo-de-lebre // Harestail Grass (
Lagurus ovatus), Pé-de-ganso // Nettle-leaved Goosefoot (Chenopodium murale)
Portugal. Birds unique to Portugal include the Madeira Laurel Pigeon (Madeira
Wind Birds) and, as breeding species, Zino's Petrel (Madeira Wind Birds), the ...
The vegetation of Portugal is a mixture of Atlantic, European, Mediterranean and
some African species. North of the Mondego valley, 57 percent of the plants are ...
Portugal is the westernmost point of Europe and lies on the west coast of the ...
still common, many plants are foreign species and were introduced by humans.
The wildlife of Portugal is a mixture of European and North African types. As in
Spain, the wild goat, wild pig, and deer can be found in the countryside. The wolf
Three types of vegetation can be distinguished in Portugal: the green forests of
eucalyptus, pine, and chestnut in the north; the open dry grasslands, interrupted ...
... cent of the planet's plant species and the Algarve simply underlines the point -
the ... Several types of acacia trees, with their bright yellow frothy flowers, flourish
... Tree the fruits of which are used by the Portuguese to make a powerful spirit.
General information about Portugal, history, languages, climate, flora and fauna
... The type of soil, climate and the height have a big influence on the vegetation.