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BIOLOGIST

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ROUTE 2: ILLORA, FUENTEVAQUEROS,CHAUCHINA AND SANTA FE


you should know

This part of the route has a characteristic flora and fauna of this place.This place is characterized by shrubs and trees have a lot of many years.The majority of animals that live here are mammals



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SOME OF THE ANIMALS THAT CAN GO TO SEE ON THIS ROUTE ARE:

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-La Curruca cabecinegra:(SYLVIA MELANOCEPHALA) is a tiny species of passerine bird in the family Sylviidae. It measures about 13 cm.
-Thick shrublands, often present in thorns, cork, mastic, palm, juniper, evergreen oak, or pine forestsundergrowth



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- EL SAPO CORREDOR:[BUFO CALAMITA]Experience over 12 years and feeds on insects and other small animals. At night it moves, over open terrain with vegetation. The toad covers considerable distances each night, allowing the species to colonize new habitats very quickly.

-The placing in the pond, you need to have a slight slope with sparse vegetation on the banks and water.




SOME OF THE OTHER PART OF THE PLANT THAT CAN FIND IMPORTANT IN THIS AREA IS



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-EL TORVISCO O TORRISCO[DAPHNE GINIDIUM: It is a leafy shrub with a sword-shaped tip. The leaves point upward and have red berries.
Leaves lanceolate, narrow.


-The plant is distributed by the Mediterranean region, in almost all the Iberian Peninsula, Balearic and Canary Islands and North Africa, where it grows in thickets, pine forests and uncultivated land from sea level to 1000 meters.external image cleardot.gifWE CAN ALSO FIND OTHER important SPECIES such as: Paeonia, Diplura external image cleardot.gifconclusion
we recommend this area as a natural area is very nice to see and visit