Sternbergia colchiciflora

We have another success in our work: we have found Sternbergia colchiciflora in Peszér-forest! 
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Eresus kollari

We had another succes in Peszér-forest! We have found a few pieces of the protected Eresus kollari.
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Carabus hungaricus

As a result of our work we have confirmed the occurrence of another species in Kunpeszér!
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The reintroduction of silvipastoral systems to Peszér-adacs Meadows

Grazing in forests is legally banned in Hungary, due to its possible seriously negative effects on the wood-producing capacity of forests. Grazing of steppic woods is hypothesised to have positive effect on biological diversity, despite there are opposite opinions, as well.
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Children filled out our forest questionnaire in the Kunpeszéri Falunap

On August 11, 2018, the OAKEYLIFE project was presented among the great programs of the Kunpeszéri Falunap, so that we have learnt about the forestry, hiking habits and nature conservation knowledge of children.
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Ephedra distachya

Ephedra distachya is a shrub in the family Ephedraceae, about 25 cm to 50 cm high, that grows in southern and central Europe and parts of western and central Asia from Portugal to Kazakhstan. Its local names include somlatha.
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Great capricorn beetle (Cerambyx cerdo)

We got great news from our colleague at the beginning of July 2018: we found 3 great capricorn beetles (Cerambyx cerdo) in the Peszér-forest.
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Bolbelasmus unicornis

Bolbelasmus unicornis is a bug species of those representatives of the sand forest steppe habitat complex which has remained in best condition in the Great Hungarian Plain.
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Early marsh-orchid (Dactylorhiza incarnata)

The early marsh-orchid (Dactylorhiza incarnata) is a perennial, temperate-climate species of orchid generally found growing in wet meadows, and generally on base-rich soils.
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Fly orchid (Ophrys insectifera)

The fly orchid (Ophrys insectifera), is a species of orchid and the type species of the genus Ophrys.
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